MIAA BOYS’ SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS
St. John’s Prep, Wayland boys’ rule the pool in D1, D2 state meets
Depth fueled Eagles’ fourth consecutive D1 title; Warriors dominated in a runaway D2 victory for their third straight title.
MIAA DIVISION 4 TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Weston boys, North Reading girls claim Div. 4 track titles
Weston clinched boys’ title with second-place effort in 4 x 400 (3:29.20); After tying Pentucket last year, North Reading girls win D4 title outright.
SUNDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP
TechBoston’s Alan Nunez (17 points, 4 assists, 4 steals) and Belmont’s Tim Minicozzi (21 points) stood out.
MIAA WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS
Central Catholic’s Mando Binet turns tragedy into emotional Div. 2 triumph
After death of his friend three years ago, Binet fulfilled a promise to “win a state title for him” with his victory in the 195-pound final.
MIAA GIRLS’ SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS
Wayland holds off Duxbury to capture Division 2 crown
Westford Academy made it four straight Division 1 titles, sweeping the relays to blow past the competition at BU.
MIAA DIVISION 3 INDOOR TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP
The Rebels ended a championship drought dating back to 1988 while the Harborwomen won their first crown since 2013.
SATURDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP
Stewart’s deflection of Jon Campbell’s shot on net led No. 7 Dragons (18-2) to 2-0 decision in Buddy Ferreira Classic in Falmouth.
TEAM OF THE WEEK
The Arrows believe they have the talent and determination to end the school’s 16-year championship drought.
HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING
Johnson amassed more than 500 wins between the two programs.
MIAA DIVISION 2 INDOOR TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP
Both teams won the Division 2 state title and for the girls, it was their third straight.
HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING NOTES
Even without a team champion, the Wildcats claimed the Division 2 Metro sectional title.
GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | wellesley 57, NATICK 52
The senior forward collected a 3-pointer and two free throws in the final seconds to clinch the victory in overtime.
BOYS’ BASKETBALL | WAREHAM 69, OLD ROCHESTER 66
Off the bench, he provided crucial points with consecutive 3-pointers.
FRIDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP
Four players scored in double figures as the Raiders won the Merrimack Valley Conference Large.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
The NFHS, whose rules have been adopted by the MIAA, recommended replay for playoffs only.
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ HOCKEY NOTES
Venerable Buddy Ferreira Classic to unveil exciting new format
The 22nd annual vacation-week tournament in Falmouth between the top four public and Catholic schools will introduce power seeding.
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ HOCKEY
The senior captain scored all six goals in the Skippers’ 6-4 win over Rockland, increasing his season point total to 42.
THURSDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP
Juan Salas (team-high 22 points) helped New Mission (15-3) advance to Boston City League semifinals with thrilling 71-69 win over host Burke.
BOYS’ BASKETBALL | HANOVER 71, SCITUATE 61
The Indians (17-5) withstood Poirier’s game-high 22 points, giving hin 1,000 for his career, to grab a share of Patriot League Fisher Division.
MIAA D5 INDOOR TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP
Seekonk finished 23rd last year, but Henry Jordan and Andrew Cabral helped lead the team to a title.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ BASKETBALL NOTES
At Waltham, Lauren Sampson ‘sets the bar so high’ as a team leader
Providence College-bound senior forward has embraced her leadership role by averaging 23 points and 9.1 rebounds.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ BASKETBALL
The senior shooting guard combined to score 40 points in back-to-back wins over Cambridge and Shepherd Hill.
BOYS’ HOCKEY | BC HIGH 6, ST. MARY’S 2
Top-ranked Eagles broke the game open against No. 8 Spartans with 3 goals in three minutes in second period.
GIRLS’ HOCKEY | ARLINGTON 2, WINCHESTER 0
Sophomores Fiona Johnson-MacDonald and Makayla Doherty netted goals for No. 11 Spy Ponders (12-2-3) in win over Winchester.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
With school vacation and tourney seeding a week away, ADs have a tight window to reschedule games.