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TEWKSBURY – In 2015, Tewksbury and Methuen combined for a co-op/co-ed swim team. There's been a handful of Tewksbury residents who have been a part of the program, having fun and success. When it comes to the All-Decade Team, the Town Crier decided to pick the three Tewksbury residents who h…

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In last week's edition, we published the All-Decade TMHS Golf team and thanks to some new information provided by his coaches at the time, Ron Drouin and Jim Sullivan, that we were unaware of at the time, we made a mistake as Ryan Doherty was listed to the 'Reserve Team' and should have been…

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TEWKSBURY – It was a pretty remarkable decade for the Tewksbury Memorial High School Girls' Cross-Country program, certainly matching the decade from 1990-'99 in terms of team success.

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On Monday night, Bowdoin College decided to cancel its fall athletic season due "to limits on campus attendance, sports in fall semester have been canceled with opportunity for the winter, spring, and possibly fall varsity athletes to participate and compete in some form after January 1."

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TEWKSBURY – Minus three seasons, in terms of wins and losses, this was a tremendous decade for the Tewksbury Memorial High School volleyball team. The Redmen captured the MVC Division 2 Championship title in 2015, made seven state tournament appearances and came away with a 5-7 record in tho…

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TEWKSBURY – Tewksbury High has been blessed with many outstanding sports programs throughout their history. As sports editor Jamie Pote recently pointed out recently during our look back at sports over the past decade, they have been led by a dominant Girls Outdoor Track program, not to ment…

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TEWKSBURY — In terms of wins and losses, it was a tale of halves for the Tewksbury Memorial High School Field Hockey team. In the first four years, the team had records of 13-3-3, 12-5-2, 11-4-4 and 14-5-2, and then the next six years the team never got over the .500 mark with records of 10-…

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TEWKSBURY – Overall, this was an absolutely fantastic decade for the Tewksbury Memorial High School Boys Cross-Country team. The Redmen came away with the Division 3 Eastern Mass Championship title in 2012, and that kick started six straight years of qualifying for the All-State Meet.

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TEWKSBURY – Not just because it was football, not because there's more players involved and not because of the team's success, but this week marks the 15th team that the Town Crier has featured with our picks for the respective "All-Decade Team" and by far this was the hardest team to select.

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TEWKSBURY – Last week we ran the TMHS Girls Outdoor Track-and-Field All-Decade team and I stated that the program was by far ahead of all of the others in terms of success in the decade. And while the girls track team holds that title, on the boys side, certainly football and ice hockey are …

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TEWKSBURY – When legendary — retired after the 2010 season — guiding the Redmen to a strange 7-4-8 record with a league title and a first round state tournament loss to Malden Catholic — and took his 305 career victories with him, it took a year before the next Levine type coach to arrive on…

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TEWKSBURY – There's a handful of close seconds, but really there's no debate here either. The greatest varsity athletic program at Tewksbury Memorial High School over this past decade is hands down, the Girls Outdoor Track-and-Field Team.

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TEWKSBURY — It was certainly a streaky decade for the Tewksbury Memorial High School boys' lacrosse team. From 2010-2019, the program had five coaches and during that time it was two tough years, four successful years and back to four tough seasons, in terms of wins and losses.

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The Town Crier will be occasionally featuring past stories of memorable people, places and events. Bill Bulloch died on August 11, 2008, four days after his 58th birthday. This tribute was published in the Tewksbury edition of the Town Crier the week that Bulloch died. “The Bull” valiantly b…

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TEWKSBURY – Prior to this decade, the Tewksbury Memorial High School girls' tennis team had only made the state tournament a few times, and for the longest time were not competitive in terms of wins and losses.

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Two weeks ago, the Town Crier wrote a story about the possibility of the MIAA passing a new rule in high school volleyball in which boys would be allowed to play on the front line, thus being able to spike the ball, and also block the ball against female players.

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Over the past few weeks, members of the MIAA and its sports committees have been meeting to discuss possible further changes for the 2021-'22 season, which coincides with the new state wide state tournament.

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Over the last week or so, the MIAA held meetings and voted on several changes for the upcoming seasons with a various different sports. It appears as if football will remain to have eight divisions, while both basketball and volleyball will spread out to five divisions, all starting in the 2…

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TEWKSBURY – As our series continues with the All-Decade teams with the TMHS Athletic teams, this week we will feature the wrestling and gymnastics programs.

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With the college spring sports season being canceled throughout the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Town Crier has been unable to provide our readers with our college roundups, highlighting the exploits of our local college athletes performing at schools all over the country.

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TEWKSBURY – The Tewksbury/Methuen co-op girls' hockey team has only been around for seven years of this decade and put together more milestones than other programs have in their 20-plus history.

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Below is a breakdown of the 1974 Wilmington High School Class C Championship boys' track team's magical season. All of the scores, results and information was taken from the Town Crier archive pages.

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TEWKSBURY – I had some extra room in this week's sports pages and decided to double up, so we have the boys and girls hockey All-Decade teams and below are the boys and girls track-and-field teams.

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TEWKSBURY — Back in December, the Town Crier named a Coach of the Decade as well as a Male and Female Athlete of the Decade, the choices made by a panel of 10-people. Now four months later, during the pandemic, I have some extra time to expand on the 2010-'19 decade and name an All-Decade te…

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BILLERICA – Like every school in the state on Tuesday afternoon, Shawsheen Tech students, faculty and staff were hit with the much expected, but still shocking news, that Governor Charlie Baker had made the decision to close all Massachusetts schools for the remainder of the academic year du…

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TEWKSBURY – Luc Surette has always been a self starter. He has always self motivated and ready to give everything he tries his best shot, whether it be school, athletics or work. Just ask his coaches, his teammates, or most recently the young entrepreneur’s business partner and they will tel…