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WOBURN — In a close battle that had three lead changes, some big hits, and aggressive base running by both teams, the Woburn High softball team ultimately rallied back to win, 8-7, over Reading at Library Park on Tuesday.

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WOBURN — A surprise home game may have been the ticket as the Woburn High baseball team handed Reading its first loss of the season with a 6-0 shutout, Tuesday, at Carroll Field.

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ARLINGTON — After getting off to a slow start offensively in its first game before, the Woburn High softball team didn’t waste much time building a huge early lead in game two, which helped the Tanners coast the rest of the way to a very convincing win.

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READING — With a competitive squad the Reading High boys outdoor track team finished in third place in the Liberty Division in 2019 with a 3-2 record. At that time the feeling was that better days were ahead for the Rockets in 2020.

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WOBURN — Led by an experienced group of seniors, the Woburn High boys outdoor track team competed for the Liberty Division title in 2019, and while falling short of the top spot still finished with a very respectable 3-2 record.

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WOBURN — Like every other team in Middlesex League, the Woburn High baseball team will emerge from one-year absence completely different from its 2019 squad, due to the graduation of its seniors and juniors.

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WOBURN — With a very experience and talented group the Woburn High girls outdoor track team finished a perfect 5-0 in dual meets two years ago to win its fourth straight Liberty Division title, and extend its winning streak in dual meets to 23 straight.

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WOBURN — After finishing with a 14-8 overall two years ago that included a win over Everett in the Div. 1 North tournament, the Woburn High softball team was expecting to achieve better things last year before the season was cancelled by the coronavirus.

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READING — After a two-year hiatus, the Reading High baseball team is poised to hit the ground running in 2021 with a deep squad that has kept in good baseball shape and has enjoyed excellent success with Senior Babe Ruth tournament teams in both of the past two summers.

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READING — As the Reading High boys’ tennis team returns to the court for the first time in two years, they’ll also be a new face guiding the program for the first time in over a half century.

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WILMINGTON — The season came to an end, Friday night and while Wilmington would have liked to have seen it go on for a few more weeks, the Winchester High football team is ready to focus on the possibilities coming this fall.

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WOBURN — After the first two games of this strange, Fall II season, the Woburn High football team stood 0-2 and had just one garbage-time touchdown to show for the effort. Now four weeks later the Tanners have finished the season by ripping off four straight wins to conclude a winning 4-2 year.

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WINCHESTER — There were plenty of thrills along the way to the MIAA Div. 1 State finals for the Winchester High girls' volleyball team in the fall of 2019. There was not a state tournament to compete in, this year, but if you are able to win your final game of the season, and win a champions…

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BURLINGTON — After scoring just 25 points on four touchdowns in its first four games combined, the Burlington High football team exceeded that total by scoring 28 points on four touchdowns in its fifth and final game — by halftime.

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READING — This might not be a playoff game, a Super Bowl, or anything other than a “non-league” competition. But no matter what you call it or how it’s technically classified, Reading-Lincoln-Sudbury could be the best football game in the state tonight.

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WINCHESTER — The Woburn High football team used its powerful ground game and outstanding defense to fend off a hard-hitting and enthusiastic Winchester squad in a 14-0 triumph, Saturday morning at Knowlton Stadium.

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READING — Reading High Athletic Director Tom Zaya announced yesterday that Reading and Lincoln-Sudbury will meet in the last football game of the Fall II 2021 season on Friday, April 23. This culminating game will be hosted by Reading and will be played at 5 p.m.

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The Woburn High boys track indoor team won four of the first 10 events, including a sweep and two one-two finishes, then won the 4 x 200 relay, to emerge with a 55-45 victory over Belmont, in a virtual meet on Friday.

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WOBURN — Not many high school football teams had to start this Fall II spring football season like Woburn by playing the caliber of talent that Melrose and Reading has. No surprise that both those schools are a combined 8-0 through four weeks.

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After a hard fought battle that took them to five sets last game, the Woburn High girls volleyball team fell in three this time around to Lexington.

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READING — There is good defense, and excellent defense … and then there is the kind of defense the Reading High football team has been playing. A brand that invites high school comparisons to the likes of The Steel Curtain or the Monsters of the Midway.

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WINCHESTER — The offense truly came to life for the Winchester High on Saturday, and it was a key component in a successful home opener, along with a defense that has not been scored on in two consecutive games.

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WOBURN — Another outstanding performance by the defense of the Burl-ington High football team, combined with two first-half scores, was good enough this time to translate into its first winning effort of the season.

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WOBURN — The Woburn High girls indoor track team totally dominated the three field events to easily take a convincing victory over Reading in an indoor dual meet held outdoors at the Woburn High track last Thursday.

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WOBURN — The Woburn High boys indoor track meet got its season off to a dominating start, as the Tanners won nine events, including three sweeps, and three one-two finishes, to cruise to a convincing 78-22 victory over Arlington, in a virtual meet held outdoors on Monday at the Woburn High t…