For four years, Natick senior quarterback Troy Flutie has produced eye-popping numbers almost on a weekly basis. And Thursday, in his final game, it was no different.
There have been plenty of classic Thanksgiving Day games between Lynn Classical and Lynn English. Thursday marked the 100th contest, and a 13-12 comeback win for the Bulldogs made it one for the ages.
Wellesley (7-4), led by its outstanding senior quarterback John Fadule, defeated Needham, 22-6, at Hunnewell Stadium in Wellesley in the 126th meeting in the oldest public high school rivalry in the country.
With a 39-8 victory wrapped up at Plymouth South High, Plymouth North coach Kevin Cobban waited to shake hands with every Plymouth South player as they walked down the line, saying, “Good luck at Gillette.”
The fall MIAA high school tourney wrapped up for a number of sports this weekend with champs crowned in cross-country, field hockey, soccer, swimming, and volleyball.
Nick Carleo crossed the finish line in Saturday’s MIAA All-State meet at Gardner Golf Course in awe of his first-place finish, shouting “I won! I won!” while his teammates rushed to congratulate the Newburyport sophomore as the new Division 2 state champion.
After a 5-16 record his first year, decorated Barnstable coach Tom Turco had a dream, a dream of one championship. After Saturday, he would have 16.
After a seven-year hiatus, Walpole is back on top. Caroline Feeley’s corner goal was all Walpole needed to defeat Longmeadow in the Division 1 state field hockey championship.
After winning its fifth consecutive Division 2 state championship Saturday, and extending its un-beaten streak to 115 games, the Watertown field hockey team has become one of the best high school field hockey dynasties in the nation.
With a full push into the Medway box, a bounding ball was knocked home by Cameron Messier to give Belchertown a 2-1 victory and the Division 3 state championship, its first in school history.
The Newburyport girls’ soccer team capped an undefeated season Saturday with its first state championship since the Clippers won back- to-back titles in 2007 and 2008.
Sutton got a pair of goals from star forward Eve Goulet to capture the Division 4 state title with a 2-1 win over Austin Prep.
West Springfield defeated Somerville, 4-3, in penalty kicks to win the boys’ Division 1 state soccer championship after the teams went scoreless through regulation and two overtimes.
The Tigers eked out a 1-0 win, ending the deadlock in the sixth round of penalty kicks with a timely shot by junior Katie Nugent, to win the Division 1 girls state soccer championship.
Gabby Kenyon’s shot hit the inside of the right post and ricocheted into the net to give Notre Dame (Hingham) the state title.
By Aaron Leibowitz, Globe Correspondent When first-year Cathedral head coach Britney Papile held tryouts a few weeks ago for the girls' varsity basketball team, she......