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SPRINGFIELD — After losing late leads in the 2021 and 2022 tournaments to higher-seeded opponents, only to lose in walk-off fashion, this year the Reading High baseball team, the No. 26 seed, flipped the script by scoring two late runs to upset seventh-seeded Pope Francis, 2-1, on Monday aft…

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BOXFORD — It was a long wait for too brief a stay for the Woburn High baseball team in the MIAA Div. 2 state tournament. The 11th-seeded Chieftans of Masconomet got a two-hit shutout from Jake Shirley in a 2-0 victory over the 22nd-seeded Tanners, in the Round of 32, Monday at the baseball f…

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LEXINGTON — After nearly wilting in the 92-degree heat in the second half, the Woburn High girls' lacrosse team scored six times in the final 10 minutes to pull away to a 16-9 triumph over Mansfield, in the preliminary round of the MIAA Div. 1 state tournament, Thursday at Lincoln Park Field 2.

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READING — Guided by a pair of solid victories at No. 1 and No. 2 singles, the No. 16 seeded Reading High girls’ tennis team battled to a 3-2 win over No. 17 Burlington in Wednesday’s Round of 32 action in the Division 2 state tournament at the Birch Meadow Courts.

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READING — On Sunday afternoon the two division leaders (Liberty and Freedom) in the Middlesex League matched up in a game that has been postponed on two prior occasions.

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WOBURN — The Woburn High baseball team ended any drama of whether it would qualify for the Division 2 state tournament with an 11-2 victory over Medford, in a non-league game, Saturday morning at Carroll Field.

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WOBURN — It is a hotly-contested race for first place in Middlesex League Liberty Division, and the Reading High baseball team turned in league-best kind of performance in a 3-0 whitewashing of Woburn, Friday afternoon at Carroll Field.

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READING — On Monday afternoon two teams sitting atop of the Middlesex League Liberty Division met up and it was Winchester that was able to make a case as the team to beat as it handled Reading, 5-1, in a game that felt closer than the final score.

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READING — On Wednesday morning Reading won its fourth straight game defeating Liberty Division foe Lexington, 7-1, behind another strong pitching performance, a double-digit hitting attack, and its best all-around played game of the season.

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READING — In a key early season Liberty Division match-up Reading took advantage of a few late Woburn misplays for a come-from-behind 4-3 win on Wednesday at Morton Field at Moscariello Ballpark.

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WOBURN — The Woburn High softball team may be young again, but don’t count it out as the Tanners will be right in the mix as always in the Middlesex League.

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READING — The Rockets enter the 2023 baseball season with their most experienced team in head coach Dave Blanchard’s 10-year tenure (the 2020 season was cancelled).

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NEWTON — Woburn High girls' basketball coach Steve Sullivan had it right when he said of the Final 4, following Friday night's win over Winchester: "At this point in the season, every team is good, it's just a matter of who plays better."

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WOBURN — The Woburn High girls' basketball team outscored Lincoln-Sudbury, 15-2, in the fourth quarter, turning a concerning six-point lead into a cozy, 47-28 victory, in the Round of 16 of the MIAA Division 1 state tournament, Tuesday night at Torrice Gymnasium.

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WOBURN — The state tournament got off to a smooth start for the Woburn High girls' basketball team, as the third seed took down 30th seed Peabody, 75-62, in the Round of 32 of the MIAA Division 1 state tourney, Friday night at Torrice Gymnasium.

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LEXINGTON — In a game that won't soon be forgotten by those in attendance, the Reading High girls' basketball team was able to get its revenge on Lexington, while also advancing to the next round of the Div. 1 state tournament after a 65-63, overtime victory Thursday night at Lord Gym.

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READING —The definition of a successful season in high school sports is to go to the tournament, and win at least one game. The Reading High girls' basketball team, the 24th seed in the MIAA Div. 1 state tournament, reached that goal, Monday night, with a 61-13 victory over 41st seed Malden,…