Monday: Boston International at St. Clement, Dilboy Field, 3:30 p.m. – Boston International is on top of the North standings with a 4-0 conference record. The Lions are just 2-2 in out-of-conference action and will face a tough opponent in St. Clements (3-6), which is coming off a rough 17-0 (5 innings) loss against Lowell Catholic on Thursday.
Tuesday: Dorchester at Charlestown, Ryan Field, 3:30 p.m. – This battle of the North and South features teams with identical conference records (3-2).
Wednesday: Boston English at West Roxbury, 3:30 p.m. – Both squads are near the top of their division, with the Raiders in first in the South and the Blue and Blue second in the North. The two teams are both 6-4. A win could catapult English to first in the North.
Friday: Madison Park at O’Bryant, Madison Park, 3 p.m. – Both teams sit in the middle of their respective divisions and are looking to get on a roll as the postseason approaches.
Friday: East Boston at Winthrop, 3:30 p.m. – Eastie is 3-4 and just one slot out of a tournament appearance. The Jets are 0-3 in non-league action, but will look to change that as they take on struggling Winthrop (2-8).
Monday: Everett at Latin Academy, Playstead, 3:30 p.m. – The Dragons have been undefeated in the City League for five years, so they supplement their schedule with tough non-league games for an added challenge. Everett has just one loss on the season.
Monday: Madison Park at O’Bryant, Madison Park, 3 p.m. – The Cardinals (6-3) are primed for a tournament appearance, but O’Bryant is just two spots back in the North standings.
Tuesday: Charlestown at New Mission, Sheehy, 3:30 p.m. – New Mission will look to pick up its first win. Charlestown (1-4) has also struggled. The game is rescheduled from a rainout on April 12.
Thursday: Dorchester at Randolph, Sullivan Complex, 3:30 p.m. – Dorchester boasts a 5-1 record and sits in third place, just out of the tournament, in the South. It hasn't played a non-league game yet, so the road trip will prove a test for the Bears.
Friday: Brookline at East Boston, City Yards, 4 p.m. – The Jets are on top of the North division with a 3-0 lead record, but sit at 0-4 in non-league matchups. Brookline has yet to win a game, and could be Eastie’s first non-conference victory.
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- Craig Larson: A native of West Springfield (Leo Durocher anyone? Tim Daggett?) and Curry College graduate (a proud Colonel!), Larson is the sports editor for the Globe's regional sections: South, West and North, as well as a frequent contributor on the college beat. Abington to Xaverian: it all starts with the schools. Have a compelling story idea? Contact him at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter @GlobeLars.
- Zuri Berry: Berry attended the same high school as sports legends O.J. Simpson and Joe DiMaggio. (Guess which one is his hero.) He's a South Boston resident (formerly of Eastie) and the editor of the High School Sports blog as well as the go-to-guy for everything high school sports on Boston.com. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @GlobeSchools for all of the latest updates.
Then there are our winter correspondents:
- Emily McCarthy | @EmilyMcCahthy | BPS correspondent
- Jake Fischer | @GlobeFischer | Boys basketball
- Michelle Fenelon | @michfenelon | Girls basketball
- Andrew MacDougall | @Andy_MacDougall | Boys hockey
- Liz Torres | @etorres446 | Girls hockey
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