MIAA ALL-STATE TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP

Milton gets a double victory from Smith Charles

Milton’s Smith Charles matched his personal best of 6 feet 6 inches in the high jump, but it was only good for fourth place.

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The sophomore won the 55-meter dash and long jump, and he placed fourth in the high jump.

MIAA BOYS’ HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

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Four public schools — Arlington, Hingham, Walpole, and Marshfield — made the elite tourney.

MIAA GIRLS’ HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

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Gracie Bruno powers a Rocket attack that boasts a plus-68 goal differential.

MIAA NORTH/SOUTH GIRLS’ GYMNASTICS

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Gymnasts all turned in consistent performances for the Green Hornets.

MIAA ALL-STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP

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The senior was the New England champ at 106 pounds last year.

SATURDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Northeast boys’ hockey tops Southeastern in shootout

Northeast converted the 10th shot in the two-round shootout.

MIAA BOYS’ BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

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The Falcons are favored in Division 1, but they’ll have some competition.

MIAA GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

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The Golden Warriors rattled off 19 straight wins to lock up the top seed in Division 1 North sectional

FRIDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

St. John’s Prep hockey team gets statement victory

The Eagles, with six straight wins to finish the season, hope to be in the Super 8 field.

BOSTON CITY LEAGUE GIRLS’ BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

New Mission completes mission, wins Boston City title

Taneja Jones-Drayton scored 23 points to lead New Mission over Fenway.

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BOYS’ HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY NOTEBOOK

In Falmouth, perseverance and commitment

The Clippers have regrouped after the tragic death of two teammates, thanks to widespread support.

GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL NOTEBOOK

Hanover girls have prepped for a deep run in Division 3

Coach Brian Fisher and the Indians have scheduled up to prepare for the postseason.

NOTRE DAME (HINGHAM) 4, NEEDHAM 4

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In a matchup against No. 2 Needham, the top-ranked Cougars clawed back from a three-goal deficit for a draw.

EVERETT 85, LOWELL 59

Seniors lead Everett boys’ basketball past Lowell

The No. 2 Crimson Tide leaned on Theo Zidor and Jordan McAfee.

DIVISION 2 INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Mansfield boys, Wellesley girls exceed expectations

Woburn was the runner-up in both the boys’ and girls’ competitions.

SUNDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Top-ranked Cambridge blasts past No. 7 New Mission

Seniors Jakigh Dottin and Dimon Carrigan led the Falcons to a 91-52 victory.

STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS

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St. John’s Prep’s Ryan Garlitz worked overtime to take the title at 113 pounds.

GIRLS’ STATE SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

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Duxbury girls finally break through with their first title in D2 swimming.

DIVISION 1 INDOOR TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS

North boys, South girls lead all Newton sweep

Newton North’s Theo Burba set a meet record, winning the 600 meters in 1:19.62.

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