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WINCHESTER — Three Reading teams made the Bay State Baseball Tournament of Champions finals on Saturday, and when the first two lost on Sunday, it appeared it may be a dark day for the Rockets, as the last team on the docket was the biggest underdog.

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MIDDLEBORO — The amazing journey of the Woburn 12-year-old All-Stars came to an end, Saturday evening, with an 8-6 loss to Holden in the Massachusetts Little League state tournament which was held at the Field of Dreams Complex in Middleboro.

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ANDOVER — The Woburn 12-year-old Little League All-Stars did it, rallying from a 2-0 deficit to defeat North Andover, 3-2, to capture the Section 4 title, last night at Deyermond Field.

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WOBURN — The amazing rise of 17-year-old Woburn junior Brooklyn Manna from a novice competing in outdoor track just two years ago, to now competing, not just at the state, but at the national level, took her to new heights even she couldn’t have imagined before.

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LYNN — The most successful season in 41 years for the Woburn High baseball team came to an end, Saturday afternoon, as St. Mary’s of Lynn handed the Tanners their first shutout of the season, 5-0, in the MIAA Div. 2 North final, at Fraser Field.

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WOBURN — The Woburn High baseball team did not need extra innings to gain a tournament victory, this time, but the Tanners did need all seven to gain a 4-3 walk-off quarterfinal victory over Marblehead, in the MIAA Div. 2 North tournament, yesterday at Carroll Field.

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MEDFORD — While it was a winnable game despite going up against a three-seed, the Woburn High softball team just made a few too many mistakes and handed over too many runs, which put a sudden and disappointing end to both its tournament run and its season as well.

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READING — The year 1978 marked the last time Woburn had achieved at least a share of a Middlesex League baseball title and also the last year that Reading finished with a regular-season record of below .500.

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When Woburn native Emily Arredondo moved on from pitching for the Woburn High softball team to continue her softball career at Westfield State, she noticed a big difference in the levels of intensity and aggressiveness among the players and coaches at the college level compared to what she e…

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WOBURN — Led by an experienced group of seniors, the Woburn High softball team won a third straight Liberty Division title last year with a 12-3 league record (14-4 overall).

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READING — Failing to qualify for the Division 2 North tournament for just the second time in 17 seasons, the Reading High girls’ tennis team is aiming for the postseason.

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READING — With a large group of experienced athletes led by a dozen seniors, the Reading High girls outdoor track team made a strong bid for the Liberty Division title last year. However, the Lady Rockets couldn’t defeat defending champion Woburn, and had to settle for a second-place finish …

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WOBURN — After finishing the season with a 3-13 regular season mark, the Woburn High girls’ tennis team aims to strive for an improved campaign. With several solid seniors returning from last year’s squad, coach Steve Sullivan is optimistic regarding his team’s chances.

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Here are the Daily Times Chronicle's annual Winter Sports All-Stars. Only the sports that the sports department comprehensively covers for our four towns are eligible.

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LOWELL — The Winchester High boys’ ice hockey team did not have to come from behind in the MIAA Div. 1 North final, last night at Tsongas Center, but its 4-1 victory over St. John’s Prep may have been the Sachems’ most impressive thus far in the tournament.

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BELMONT — While the final result was as expected between the top seed and the ninth seed, the Woburn High girls’ basketball team gave Belmont all it could handle through three quarters before a lack of shot making caught up to them.

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WATERTOWN — The two-time MIAA Div. 1 state champion Woburn High girls’ hockey team has been dethroned, but coach Bob MacCurtain can live with that considering how far the Tanners came along this year after losing almost all of their offense to graduation.

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STONEHAM — With a relatively small field, the rewards are high for winning in this year’s MIAA Div. 1 North boys’ hockey tourney. Win one game and your team is in the semifinals at Tsongas Center.

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WOBURN — Based on its first two meetings with Arlington, the Woburn High girls’ hockey team figured it would have to generate a lot of shots to score on Spy Ponder goalie Jordan Toomey, thus making a victory a difficult challenge.

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WAKEFIELD — In a game of runs that could have swung the outcome either way, the Reading boys basketball team made one last run in the final minute, which proved to be decisive and lifted the Rockets to a big tournament win.

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With turnout for the local high school wrestling teams being a little low for this particular winter, the dual meet season was rather lackluster, with duals often being decided on forfeits, not necessarily on the mat.

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The year before Haley Lightbody joined the Reading High girls’ basketball team as a freshman, the Lady Rockets went 2-20. Since then they have won five games her freshman year, 15 her sophomore year, 12 her junior year, and now Reading is 13-4 heading into Thursday night’s game with Arlington.

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With the league schedules reaching the halfway point in the next week, it is time for something of a progress report on our local teams. Graduation hit pretty hard for some teams and for the Woburn and Winchester boys, plus the Woburn girls, the effects have been felt.