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TEWKSBURY – Heading into the MIAA football playoffs, the consensus with the Division 3 North Sectional bracket was it was completely anyone's for the taking. Save probably for last seed Belmont, the first seven seeds were all extremely talented and for the mort part battle tested.

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TEWKSBURY — A bizarre game ended perfectly for the Tewksbury High School football team Saturday at Doucette Stadium. The Redmen held on to defeat a very good Concord-Carlisle team 27-26 and are now in position to win a third straight Division 3 North title with a win over Winchester on this …

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WRENTHAM – When Meghan Ostertag was a freshman, she immediately burst onto the cross-country scene. She finished third at the Merrimack Valley Conference Championship Meet, trailing her teammates Rachel and Emily Sessa – who are now Division 1 college runners – by just 18 seconds with a time…

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WRENTHAM – Before last week's State Coaches Invitational Meet, Makayla Paige told the Boston Herald that if her ongoing body cramps issue didn't go away, her cross-country season would come to an abrupt end.

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WRENTHAM – The Tewksbury Memorial High School boys’ cross-country team's season came to a close on Saturday morning as the Redmen competed in the Eastern Mass Division 3 Championship Meet held at the Wrentham Development Course.

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Norwich University freshman forward Julia Masotta scored the first goal of her collegiate career last Wednesday in a 3-1 Cadets loss to Plattsburgh State. Masotta followed up that effort by posting a +2 plus/minus rating in a 5-1 win over UMass Boston last Friday.

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READING – At the start of the season, there no way of knowing just how good of a competition team the Shawsheen Tech Cheerleading team would be. After all, only five members of the team had ever competed the varsity level. They were also under the direction of a new coach as Samantha Cacciol…

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BILLERICA – With the current divisional alignment set up by the MIAA for football, it is very difficult for vocational schools such as Shawsheen Tech to compete for a sectional title.

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BILLERICA – Despite being the higher seed and holding home field advantage, the Shawsheen Tech Boys Soccer team entered their Division 2 North first round matchup as decided underdogs against Wakefield High last Wednesday at the Charles H. Lyons Athletic Complex.

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BILLERICA — For the third year in a row, the Tewksbury Memorial High School girls soccer team was eliminated in the first round of the Division 2 North Sectional tournament.

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TEWKSBURY — You can call him ‘Jack-of-all-Trades’ or a ‘Swiss Army Knife’ or just ‘Mr. Versatility’, and no matter which one you choose, Tyler Keough has proven just how valuable he is to the Redmen football team.

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TEWKSBURY – Although the system is flawed, like anything else in sports, if you have two great teams going head-to-head, the flaws are outweighed by the what you witness between the white lines.

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TEWKSBURY — Over the past 20-something years, the Tewksbury Memorial High School football team has had a long line of very good running backs, and so many of them had the reputation of ‘going all out on every single carry’.

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BILLERICA – Clinging to a slim 14-8 halftime lead over Northeast Metro Tech in last Friday night’s Division 6 North quarterfinal playoff game, the undefeated Shawsheen Tech Football team was looking for some kind of spark to start the second half. They had already fought back from an early 8…

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BILLERICA – In a season filled with great moments and big victories, the Shawsheen Tech Football team got their biggest win to date last Friday night at the Charles H. Lyons Athletic Complex, earning a 29-16 win over Northeast Metro Tech in the quarterfinals of the MIAA Division 6 playoffs.

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BILLERICA – After a three-year absence, the Shawsheen Tech Girls Soccer team made their return to the post season on Sunday afternoon when they hosted Pentucket in the preliminary round of the Division 3 North Sectional Tournament.

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WRENTHAM – A week earlier, both Makayla Paige and Meghan Ostertag had to pull out during the middle of the Merrimack Valley Conference Championship Meet held at Shedd Park in Lowell due to injuries. For Paige, she had been dealing with stomach cramps, not just that mean, but throughout the m…

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TEWKSBURY — The tournament experience for the Tewksbury High girls’ volleyball team began with a 3-0 victory over nine-seed Greater Lawrence, in the first round, last Thursday at Tony Romano Court.

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TEWKSBURY - While the Tewksbury High volleyball team continues to come to terms with Tuesday night’s heartbreaking loss to Lynnfield, not to mention the end of the line for two-thirds of the roster, there is hope for the future, and her name is Carinna Barron.

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The Shawsheen Tech Football team has responded to every challenge put in front of them this season on their way to a perfect 7-0 record to this point, including in last Friday night's 29-16 win over Northeast in their Division 6 North quarterfinal matchup.

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WRENTHAM – Both the Boys and Girls Cross Country teams from Shawsheen Tech wrapped up their seasons this past week, competing in the Massachusetts State Vocational Cross Country Championships held at the Wrentham Development Center last Wednesday afternoon.

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WATERTOWN – For many reasons, the Tewksbury Memorial High School Field Hockey team was unfairly matched up against Watertown in the opening round of the Division 2 North Sectional Tournament.

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BOSTON — Rick Piracini could do it all on the ice. The 1989 graduate of Suffolk University was a puck moving defenseman for the Rams Hockey team before the term puck moving defenseman became so popular.

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TEWKSBURY — For the second time in three years, the Tewksbury Memorial High School football team will play Lynn English in the MIAA playoffs. Back in 2017, the Redmen topped the Bulldogs 22-18 at the Manning Bowl, which gave Tewksbury the Division 3 North Sectional Championship title, before…

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LOWELL — On Saturday morning, the Tewksbury Memorial High School girls' cross-country team competed in the annual 25th annual Merrimack Valley Conference Championship Meet held at Shedd Park.

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LOWELL — On a gorgeous Saturday morning and at a tremendous venue, the Tewksbury Memorial High School boys' cross-country team was hoping to keep the positive vibes going when they were about to compete at the 25th annual Merrimack Valley Conference Championship Meet.

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WILMINGTON — Riding a seven-game winless streak, decimated with injuries and having their backs against the wall, the Tewksbury Memorial High School girls' soccer team played three gritty games against three outstanding programs this week and came away with three ties, 1-1 against both Centr…

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TEWKSBURY — When we last spoke with Tewksbury High volleyball star, Alli Wild, which was at about this time, last year, she had completely come into her own on the court, helping the Redmen to their finest season in over a decade. The senior co-captain, who has played basketball much of her …

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DRACUT — Lost between the lopsided score, the fact that the two teams combined for 166 yards in penalties in the first half and what appeared to be an aggressive late hit on Shane Aylward which put him on the sidelines for the remainder of the game, the Tewksbury Memorial High School footbal…

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WILMINGTON — For what's believed to be the sixth time in program history — and first since 2013, the Tewksbury Memorial High School Field Hockey team will be matched up against Watertown in the state tournament.

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TYNGSBORO — After a tremendous regular season that saw them win their second consecutive MVC Division 2 championship, splitting the title with Chelmsford, the Tewksbury High Golf team wrapped up their season last Thursday afternoon when three members of the team traveled to Vesper Country Cl…

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TYNGSBORO — Some outstanding individual efforts and personal bests highlighted a big day of racing for the Shawsheen Tech Boys and Girls Cross Country teams on Saturday, as both teams competed in the Commonwealth Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships at Greater Lowell Technical Hig…

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BILLERICA — With their regular season winding down this past week, the Shawsheen Tech Girls Soccer team experienced both the highs and lows of what has been a very successful regular season.

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BILLERICA — They don’t know yet who their first round opponent will be in the Division 3 North Sectional Tournament, but after another fine week to close out their regular season, the Shawsheen Tech Boys Soccer team seems prepared for whatever lies ahead when tournament pairings are announce…

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DARTMOUTH, MA — There has never been any doubt about Garrett Lane's ability as a golfer. The 2018 graduate of Tewksbury High School was after all a two-time MVC Conference All-Star while earning a pair of varsity letters playing under the direction of head coach Jim Sullivan for the Redmen.

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LOWELL — Tewksbury resident Brian Amaral had a terrific career while running at both Tewksbury High and Fitchburg University. He led both the high school and collegiate teams to all kinds of championship titles, while mostly being both team's No. 1 runner.

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TEWKSBURY — With two matches against MVC rival Dracut on tap for last week, the Tewksbury High Golf team knew what was at stake. Win both matches, and they would be MVC Division 2 co-champions along with Chelmsford. A split or worse, and they would have to settle for second place.

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TEWKSBURY — The week began with a downer of a loss to Haverhill, but it has been pure fun ever since for the Tewksbury High girls’ volleyball team.

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ANDOVER — The winning ways have continued for the Tewksbury/Methuen Co-Op/Co-Ed swim-and-dive team. This past week the Red Rangers knocked off Dracut, 101-77 Friday at their home pool at Greater Lawrence Tech, before going on the road to defeat Stoneham, 97-68, in a non-league meet held on Monday.

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METHUEN — Before the season started and throughout the seven weeks or so of competition, Tewksbury Memorial High School boys cross-country coach Peter Fortunato thought and hoped that his Redmen team could crack the .500 mark or perhaps be even better than that.