EMASS DIVISION 1 TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP

Lowell boys win first title and Andover girls claim third straight

Thomas Lingered (773) of Lexington High, paces himself during the 1 miler. Lingard took first place, at the MIAA Division 1 track & field championship at Cawley Stadium. Mark Lorenz for the Boston Globe.

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The Red Raiders dominated the running events.

EMASS DIVISION 2 TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP

Natick’s Grace Connolly sets meet record in 2-mile

With her time of 10:41.79, she qualified for the New Balance Outdoor Nationals.

SATURDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Dexter baseball caps 18-0 season with NEPSAC Small title

Senior Ryan Hernandez (Hyde Park) smashed two homers and Anthony LoRicco tossed six shutout innings for Dan Donato’s club.

Haverhill, MA - 5/26/2017 - Acton Boxboro vs Haverhill boys high school volleyball first round MIAA tournament. Acton Boxboro #14 Andrew Yang spikes the ball past #23 Mike Whitcomb and #15 Josh Wojtas of Haverhill(John Cetrino for The Boston Globe) SPORTS Reporter Dan McLoone

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FRIDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP.

Acton-Boxborough upsets Haverhill in boys’ volleyball

Andrew Yang led the way for the 11th-seeded Colonials with 16 kills, 14 digs, and 2 blocks.

MIAA BOYS’ LACROSSE TOURNAMENT

Lincoln-Sudbury boys’ lacrosse headlines tourney field

Two-time defending champion Warriors the top seed in D1 North and BC edges Needham and Duxbury in South.

MIAA GIRLS’ LACROSSE TOURNAMENT

Needham girls’ lacrosse earns top seed in D1 East

The Rockets (18-3) headline a challenging bracket with Westwood, NDA-Hingham; Franklin is No. 1 in South.

Thursday’s School Roundup

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/05/25/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/26schrdp03.jpg Mystic Valley’s Jack Ryan caps lacrosse career in style

Senior tallies three goals in 10-5 loss to Revere Thursday, tying state record with 362 career goals.

HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL NOTEBOOK

Dighton-Rehoboth on fast track to a top seed in tournament

At 19-1, the Falcons are soaring into the Division 2 South tourney.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/05/25/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/16weglax201.jpg Waltham’s Taylor Pinzone scores school-record 17 goals

The senior also shattered her school record of 141 goals in a season she set last year.

Franklin, MA -- 5/15/2017 - Franklin's Annie Walsh charges towards the goal during the first quarter of their game at Franklin High School. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff) Topic: 16schrdp Reporter:

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ LACROSSE NOTEBOOK

Franklin girls’ lacrosse prepped for a title run

Kristin Igoe and her 19-1 Panthers have a team-first approach, focusing on the next game on the schedule.

BOYS’ LACROSSE | DOVER-SHERBORN 18, HOPKINTON 8

Dover-Sherborn gets a share of Tri-Valley title in boys’ lacrosse

Brothers Joe and Matt Paolatto combined to win 24 of 28 draws at the faceoff X.

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ LACROSSE NOTEBOOK

Wakefield boys’ lacrosse riding a wave of scoring

Senior attack Austin Collard (76 goals) fueled potent offense in an 18-0 regular-season run.

MONDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Lincoln-Sudbury baseball grinds out win over Boston Latin

The Warriors (13-6) pulled out the nine-inning victory after nearly four hours of play.

Apponequet junior Leanne Kendall won the South sectional girls’ singles title on Sunday.

Brian Mozey for the Globe

SUNDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Apponequet’s Leanne Kendall wins South sectional tennis title

The junior defeated Hingham freshman Lexi Dewire, 7-5, 6-2, in Sunday’s final.

Boys’ baseball | Milton Academy 4, BB&N 0

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/05/20/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/miltonacadbball1.jpg Matt Tabor twirls three-hit shutout for Milton Academy

In front of several MLB scouts, the senior righthander had 11 strikeouts, one walk and three hits in a 4-0 win Saturday.

SATURDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Hingham boys’ lacrosse scores dominant win at Needham

Jack Hennessey and William Kenney score four goals apiece to lead No. 6 Harbormen (16-3) to a 15-7 win at No. 5 Rockets (15-3).

Boston, MA- May 16, 2017: (left to right) Boston Latin Academy Steven Mei (3) spikes the ball into O'Bryant Brendan Yong (91) and Elbert Carmona (92) during the boys' volleyball Boston League title match in Boston, MA on May 19, 2017. Latin Academy won the match in three sets. (Globe staff photo / Craig F. Walker) section: sports reporter: mcloone

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FRIDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Latin Academy boys’ volleyball repeats as Boston City League champs

For the second year in a row, the Dragons (7-10) swept O’Bryant for the BCL title.

BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL | NEEDHAM 3, FRAMINGHAM 0

Needham caps unbeaten regular season vs. Framingham

The top-ranked Rockets (21-0) defeated No. 10 Framingham in straight sets, 25-18, 25-17, 25-19, on Friday night.

GIRLS’ SOFTBALL | NEWTON NORTH 4, KING PHILIP 3

Newton North softball surges past King Philip

Senior Maddie Schaefer scatters five hits, fans eight as top-ranked Tigers (14-2) top No. 6 KP.

Newton, MA: 05-17-2017: Braintree's Rebecca Gozzo (no. 44) is all smiles as she approaches home plate after the first of her two home runs during softball game between Braintree High School and Newton North HS in Newton, Mass. May 17, 2017. Photo/John Blanding, Boston Globe staff story/Brandon Blom, Sports ( 18schrdp )

GIRLS’ SOFTBALL NOTEBOOK

Erin Barry a commanding presence in the circle for Braintree softball

Junior righthanded pitcher has amassed 160 strikeouts with 1.24 for 12-1 Wamps.

Hadley, Ma-April, 19, 2017-Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff- Thea Hansom, 14, a freshman, girl playing with the Hopkins Academy Golden Hawks varsity baseball team. The school had to receive a special exemption to allow her to play. Her she pops out pinch hitting against Easthampton.

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This teen really is in a league of her own

14-year-old Thea Hanscom is believed to be the only girl playing varsity baseball in Massachusetts.

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