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BOSTON (AP) — After losing a goal to an offside call midway through the first period, David Pastrnak got it right back with a pass to himself between his own legs.

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BOXFORD — After narrowly missing out on a Middlesex League Liberty title, the Winchester High golf team assured itself of at least one championship trophy this season and put itself in position to earn some more hardware.

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WINCHESTER — Despite coming in as the undefeated team, the Winchester High football team knew it was going up against a bigger and stronger opponent, so the Sachems felt they had to be the more aggressive team.

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WOBURN — Lexington made just one more play than Woburn did. Or more to the point, Lexington had Mason Hatfield and Woburn’s didn’t.

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READING — Visiting Arlington gave Reading a battle for a half, but in the end the Rockets had too much muscle on both sides of the line of scrimmage, and too many playmakers all over the field.

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WAKEFIELD — It was the toughest test, thus far, for the offense, yet it was the defense that stood out for the Winchester High football team in its 21-7 triumph over Wakefield, Friday night at Landrigan Field.

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Woburn finally plays a home game while Reading gets a visit from a former coach with his new team. Can the Sachems continue their unbeaten run with history? And can Burlington rebound from a “where-did-that-come-from loss?” last week against Wakefield.

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READING — On a night when the cold autumn winds were picking up and freshman sensation James Murphy was not quite as sharp throwing the football as fans were used to seeing through three games of the season, the Reading High football team turned to its running game and its defense.

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LANDOVER, Md. (AP) — Playing before an appreciative audience in a place far from home, Tom Brady helped the New England Patriots stay unbeaten by picking apart the lowly Washington Redskins.

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LANDOVER, Md. (AP) — One of these NFL franchises is not like the other. At all. On one side, there’s the New England Patriots: Led by Bill Belichick’s defense and Tom Brady at quarterback, they’re the reigning Super Bowl champs and just so happen to be 4-0 this season.

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BELMONT — Prior to last Friday the Reading High football team had experienced near perfection in one contest and suffered near disaster in the other, resulting in a 1-1 start to the season.

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LEXINGTON — For the second year in a row, the Winchester High football team is starting the season with a 3-0 record. Sachems’ coach Wally Dembowski is equally pleased that it was the third time in his tenure they had beaten Lexington, a team that scored 42 points in each of their last two m…

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ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Mike Minor finally got the 200th strikeout he wanted so badly, on a borderline pitch right after the Texas Rangers purposely let a foul pop drop in the ninth inning.

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BURLINGTON — The annual Battle of Winn Street seemed destined for the last team to have the ball to win the game as the offenses marched up and down the field with ease in the first half.

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WOBURN — With both teams coming off losses on Wednesday in which the combined score was 10-0, the Reading and Woburn High girls’ soccer teams were seeking an uplifting experience, Friday evening at Woburn High.

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — When the New York Jets called New England earlier this month to inquire about trading for wide receiver Demaryius Thomas, it was a long shot considering Bill Belichick hadn't once traded during his Patriots coaching tenure with the team he infamously resigned from af…

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BOSTON (AP) — It took until six days into training camp, but the Boston Bruins took care of their last bit of offseason business on Tuesday and can now focus on attempting to build off their run to Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final last season.

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BOSTON (AP) — Mike Yastrzemski rounded the bases to the cheers of the Fenway Park fans after hitting a solo homer for San Francisco — like his grandfather heard numerous times during his illustrious career with the Red Sox.

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WILMINGTON — By establishing a solid running game along with good defensive play and taking advantage of breaks, the Woburn High football team was able to overcome a tough opposing passing attack, and still come out on top, to get its season off to a good start.

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NEWTON — Winchester High football coach Wally Dembowski is pleased to see his squad 2-0 after two games, but he was not happy with the way the Sachems played in their 23-6 victory over Newton South, Saturday afternoon at Winkler Stadium.

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LAWRENCE — The Burlington football team had been waiting through a long preseason to play a game for real, and when it did, the Devils delivered a balanced and disciplined performance leaving Veterans Memorial Stadium with a 30-22 win over Lawrence.