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WILMINGTON — While there’s still plenty of work to be done in the weeks ahead, the Wilmington Girls Hockey team moved yet another step closer to a goal the players set for themselves prior to the start of the season.

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WILMINGTON – On many nights, the Wilmington High Boys basketball team knows they will have to be nearly perfect if they hope to come away with wins over their Middlesex League rivals. Unfortunately for the Wildcats, last Friday night’s contest against league rival Watertown was one of those …

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WILMINGTON — It is not perfect and there is still some work to be done for the Wilmington High Girls Basketball team, but with every game the Wildcats play, they are looking more and more like the team they were expected to be heading into the season.

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BOSTON — Back on January 7th, the Wilmington High School girls indoor track-and-field team took carer of business with an 81-19 victory over Watertown held at Boston University. The win pushed the 'Cats to a 4-0 start, and will face Melrose a week from Friday to determine the Middlesex Leagu…

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BILLERICA — The good times continued to roll for the Shawsheen Tech Boys Basketball team this past week as the Rams picked up two more wins over CAC rivals to improve to 6-2 (5-1 in the CAC) on the season, defeating Whittier Tech last Friday night by a score 57-47 before downing Northeast by…

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WILMINGTON – Through the first month of the season, the Wilmington High School boys' hockey team had yet to put a two-game win streak together. At home for the first time on Saturday, the 'Cats had a golden opportunity to do just that, while pick up some ground in both their quest for anothe…

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COHASSET – The Cohasset Invitational Tournament has traditionally been a very successful tournament for the Wilmington High Wrestling team, and the 2020 edition of the tournament, held this past Saturday at Cohasset High School was no exception, as the Wildcats had two champions and one fina…

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WILMINGTON – Several weeks ago at the last Wilmington School Committee Meeting, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Glenn Brand announced an update on the search for the new Athletic Director at WHS.

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WILMINGTON – In a game they absolutely had to win if they hope to potentially qualify for the post season later next month, the Wilmington High Basketball team stepped up in a big way last Friday night, picking up their first win of the season with a 60-51 win over Middlesex League rival Sto…

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WILMINGTON – It has been a rough start to the season for the Wilmington High Girls Basketball team, who entered las Friday night’s game with Stoneham with an 0-3 record, while still looking to meet the high expectations they had heading into the season.

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BILLERICA – Through the first three quarters, there were nine lead changes between Shawsheen and Malden Catholic, and in that third quarter, the Rams shooters started to get hot, draining a couple of three-pointers and trailed by two points going to the fourth.

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BILLERICA – Back in May of 2013, then Wilmington High School girls' basketball coach Jay Keane resigned after eight tremendous seasons, saying that his promotion to captain of the Somerville Fire Department would take away his commitment to the team.

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Bryant University freshman Emma Garrity had a sensational collegiate indoor track debut for the Bulldogs back on December 7, when she finished first overall in the 500 meters at the Brown University Alden Invitational with a time of 1:18.92. The first-place performance ranks Garrity third in…

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BOSTON – Last Friday, the Wilmington High School girls track-and-field team captured its second straight win to open the season, a convincing 65-35 victory over Wakefield.

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WILMINGTON — As the year comes to a close and the season begins to gain momentum, the Wilmington Wildcats girl’s hockey team continues to compile losses, now four straight.

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HAVERHILL – Coming off its thrilling win over defending Division 1 state champion Winchester, the Wilmington High School boys hockey team was hoping to carry that momentum into the annual Haverhill Christmas Tournament played last Thursday and Saturday night.

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MALDEN – On Sunday, Malden Catholic Athletic Director William Raycroft issued a press release stating that former Wilmington High School longtime boys' basketball coach Jim McCune has resigned as the Lancers' head coach after eight years, effective immediately in order "to tend to a family m…

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LOWELL – With several outstanding individual performances, the Shawsheen Tech wrestling team had a very good weekend at the George Bossi Holiday Tournament this past Friday and Saturday, with a pair of wrestlers finishing in the top six of their weight class and several others wining multipl…

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WILMINGTON – A funny thing happens when you ask coaches about Emily Hill. Hill, a 2019 Wilmington High graduate and former star player for the Wildcats Girls Tennis team who has since moved on to stardom at the college level at Johnson & Wales University, is obviously a coach’s favorite.

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WOBURN – In their last two games, the Wilmington High School boys' hockey team has combined to give up between 75-82 (depending whose stats you take) shots, yet came out of those two games giving up just two goals and splitting the contests with a 1-0 loss to Reading and a 2-1 win over the d…

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WOBURN – Over the years, there's been some really good wins for the Wilmington High School Boys Hockey team, but on Saturday night, the Wildcats won arguably its biggest regular season game since the state championship years back in 2012 and '13.

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WILMINGTON — In the midst of a losing streak, it’s the small victories that stoke the flames of ambition and spur the participants to continue the quest for better results.

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WAKEFIELD – Facing a barrage of three-pointers by Wakefield High, the Wilmington High Boys Basketball team gave a great effort, but never really had chance last Friday night, suffering a 79-44 loss on the road to their Middlesex League rivals, dropping to 0-3 on the young season.

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WILMINGTON – This season is going to be a work in progress in many ways for the Wilmington High Wrestling team, at least in the early going as the Wildcats and their largely inexperienced roster looks to keep improving as the season goes on. With that in mind, the Wildcats performance at Sat…

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The North Reading Wilmington co-op swim team finished their second meet of the season, with the girls team winning 88-82, and the boys team losing a close meet with a final score of 68-67 to Triton Regional on Friday.

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BOSTON – Several years ago, the Wilmington Girls Indoor Track team had its undefeated season and first ever league championship title come down to the final event of the back-and-forth thrilling meet against Burlington.

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WILMINGTON – When considering the remarkable job that Wilmington High Boys Tennis coach Rob Mailey did this past season, you have to look beyond just the win/loss record. If you look solely at the Wildcats 6-12 record you might not be that impressed at first glance. But when you consider the…

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ROXBURY – The Wilmington High School boys and girls track-and-field teams were slated to open their dual meet seasons on Tuesday against Middlesex League Freedom Division rival Burlington, but the snowstorm and cancellation of school pushed the meet back two days to this Thursday.

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BELMONT – The Wilmington High School boys' hockey team opened the 2019-'20 season on Saturday with a 4-2 victory over Belmont, in a cross-over contest with the club from the Middlesex League Liberty Division. While the win was nice, there were certainly a lot of peaks and valleys to get the …

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BURLINGTON – With a schedule that includes difficult Middlesex League matchups almost every night, including some where his team is simply going to be overmatched, Wilmington High Boys Basketball coach Dennis Ingram know there will be some nights where a victory just isn’t in the cards. Not …

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BILLERICA — The North Reading Wilmington Wild Hornets co-op swim program had a strong start to the season, beating the Shawsheen Tech Rams 158-111 last Thursday in a non-league meet to start the season.

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DANVERS — There are big expectations as always for the Shawsheen Tech Wrestling team this season, as they enter the season after going 23-5 in dual meets and winning their 12th consecutive Commonwealth Athletic Conference championship as well as the Massachusetts State Vocational Championshi…