GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | WESTFORD 53, BELMONT 45

Emily Bramanti, Westford Academy catch Belmont to continue hot streak

Westford Academy chears as they close in on the win against Belmont during the Comcast/Dvinci boys' and girls' basketball tournament at Woburn High. Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe (Sports, levinsky)

Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe

The Grey Ghosts (17-3) have been dominating in the past week, starting wins over No. 2 Newton South and No. 3 Braintree

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ BASKETBALL NOTES

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Seniors Ghared Boyce and Isaiah Likely have the 19-1 Crimson Tide positioned for a long run in Division 1 North.

MONDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Chris Edgehill helps Franklin hand TechBoston first loss of season

The sophomore guard had a season-high 31 points as the Panthers knocked off the No. 1-ranked Bears

From left, Lowell's Carlos Nunez (3) and Needham's Thomas Shaughnessy (21) during the D1 boys' final in the Comcast/Dvinci boys' and girls' basketball tournament at Woburn High. Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe (Sports, levinsky)

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BOYS’ BASKETBALL | NEEDHAM 72, LOWELL 65

Quick start lifts fifth-ranked Needham

Thomas Shaughnessy, Needham’s fiery senior captain, had a game-high 22 points in helping defeat No. 10 Lowell.

SUNDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Everett rolls over St. John’s Prep in boys’ basketball

Senior guard Ghared Boyce scores 31 points to lift the Crimson Tide.

Katherine Fominykh photo February 18, 2018. Boys D1 photos swimming SJP accepting the MIAA award.

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MIAA BOYS’ SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS | BOSTON UNIVERSITY

St. John’s Prep, Wayland take home state swim crowns

St. John’s Prep won its 12th Division 1 title in 13 years and senior captain Sean Devlin led the way for Wayland in Division 2.

MIAA DIVISION 3 INDOOR TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS | REGGIE LEWIS CENTER

Smith Charles, Elise O’Leary outshine field

North Attleborough claimed the boys’ crown with 71 points and Milton took the girls’ title with 60.

2/17/18, NEWTON ... Chelmsford High senior Joe Vecchione celebrates after winning the 170-pound title at the Division 1 state championships at Newton South High School.

DAVID AUSTIN BUMPUS

MIAA WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Joe Vecchione, Chelmsford claim Division 1 state titles

The senior’s 3-2 win over Braintree’s Anders Klass at 170 pounds sparked the Lions to a second championship in three years.

BOYS’ HOCKEY | ANDOVER 2, WALTHAM 0

Chris Kuchar makes triumphant return to Andover hockey bench

With coaching staff reinstated, Golden Warriors blanked Waltham, 2-0, on goals from freshmen Steve Ingram and Sam Murray.

02/17/2018 Boston Ma-Duxbury High School swimmer Mary Buckley during the 200 individual medley race. She finishied in first place in the event at the MIAA Division 2 Girls Swimming and Diving Championship. Jonathan Wiggs /Globe Staff Reporter:Topic.

Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff

MIAA GIRLS’ SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Duxbury and Westford girls dominate to repeat in pool

Duxbury senior class leaves its mark in Division 2. Westford rolls to sixth D1 title in seven years.

SATURDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

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Timmy Kelly and Michael Grant each netter two goals to spark the fourth-ranked Eagles.

Roxbury MA 02/13/18 Davonte Burnett from Needham High winning the boys 55 meter dash with an official time of 6 .36, Joseph O'Brien from Shrewsbury (2nd 6.63) and Harchdy Souffrance from Everett High taking 3rd place with an official time of 6.65 during the MIAA Division 1 indoor track & field championship at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff) topic: reporter:

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MIAA DIVSION 1 TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP | REGGIE LEWIS CENTER

Lowell boys go the distance to track down Division 1 title

Red Raiders placed 1-2-3 in relays to earn crown. Needham’s Devonte Burnett blazed to pair of sprint records

FRIDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/02/17/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/IMG_2391.jpg Beaver Country Day’s Maddie Mullin tops 2,000 points for her career

The Brown commit from Wellesley became the 70th Massachusetts player, boy or girl, to reach the milestone.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | CATHOLIC MEMORIAL 96, BROCKTON 85

Will McDonnell mans up for Catholic Memorial

Battling flu-like symptoms, senior guard (6 points, 12 rebounds, 5 assists, 6 steals) carries Knights past third-ranked Brockton.

Shawn McFarland

MIAA DIVISION 5 INDOOR TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP

Watertown’s Mange Camara wins rematch with Oakmont’s John Caouette

The Watertown junior set a track record (34.71 seconds) in his 300 meter win over Caouette (35.45) as Ayer Shirley took boys’ title and Littleton won girls’.

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING NOTEbook

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Ninth-grader named a team captain because of his wrestling talent and leadership qualities

CHARlE RUBIN

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ HOCKEY NOTES

St. John’s Prep sophomore is showcasing his puck skills

With speed, vision, and the ability to finish, Brian Carrabes has helped fuel a turnaround for second-ranked Eagles.

THURSDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/02/16/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/Chin021518Andover-HinghamBoysHockey_Spt2.jpg Hingham overpowers Andover in boys’ hockey

It was Senior Day all over again as goalie Robbie Kornack and captain Frankie Higgins led the Harbormen to a shutout in their final home game.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | OLIVER AMES 49, MANSFIELD 42

Kayla Raymond, Oliver Ames rebound in girls’ basketball win over Mansfield

Senior captain had 14 points as Tigers avenged an earlier loss to the Hornets.

15ghoopnotes -- Wellesley High basketball player Sophie Paulsen (Greg Cohen)

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ BASKETBALL NOTES

A Nordic exploration of a brave new world

Sofie Paulsen, an exchange student from Norway, has assimilated to her new surroundings as a 5-foot-10 senior guard on the Wellesley girls’ basketball team.

Pentucket's Will Coppola leads the pack during the Boys' 1000m at the MIAA Division IV indoor track meet at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston on Wednesday, February 14, 2018. (Scott Eisen for The Boston Globe)

Scott Eisen for the Globe

MIAA DIVISION 4 INDOOR TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP

North Reading, Pentucket share girls’ title; Northampton claims boys’ crown

Cape Ann League rivals go down to wire in girls’ meet; Northampton (63 points) holds off reigning champion Burlington (42) in boys’ meet.

MIAA DIVISION 2 INDOOR TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS

Mansfield boys, Wellesley girls repeat as champions in Division 2

Belmont senior Anoush Krafian delivered a dominant performance with wins in the 55-meter hurdles, long jump, and high jump.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | LAWRENCE 75, LOWELL 72

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The Lancers rallied from a 13-point fourth-quarter deficit and Juan Felix Rodriguez capped the comeback with 5 points in overtime.

MONDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/02/13/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/2-12-2018-bb_07.jpg Braintree girls’ basketball outduels No. 2 Cathedral

In matchup of Globe Top 20 teams, Jeniyah Jones (15 points) led the No. 4 Wamps (14-2) in 62-57 victory over host Panthers (15-3).

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | BROOKS 62, BELMONT HILL46

For Brooks boys’ basketball, it’s 66 straight wins in ISL

Brian Wright-Kinsey (25 points) powers John McVeigh’s juggernaut to 20-0 with 62-46 win over Belmont Hill.

Boys’ basketball

St. Mary’s of Lynn objects to MIAA decision on seeding

The Spartans (13-2) were informed they would be seeded last in the Div. 3 bracket of the upcoming state tournament because of ongoing litigation with MIAA.

Girls’ hockey | Austin Prep 4, St. Mary’s 2

Austin Prep girls’ hockey captures Catholic Central League title

Top-ranked Cougars (17-0-1) win 11th straight to secure CCL crown with 4-2 win at No. 4 St. Mary’s (14-3).

WEDNESDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Austin Prep boys’ hockey claims fifth straight Catholic Central title

Backstopped by goalie Robert Farrell (19 saves), the No. 8 Cougars (11-6-1) won their fifth consecutive league title in 6-1 victory at St. Mary’s of Lynn.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | MELROSE 65, WAKEFIELD 55

A banner night for Melrose girls’ basketball

Lily Cunningham (17 points) propelled Red Raiders in the Middlesex Freedom clincher.

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ HOCKEY NOTES

Currier has captaincy covered for No. 1 Austin Prep

The senior defender from Middleton is a terrific two-way threat for 16-0-1 Cougars.

TUESDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Needham knocks off No. 1 Newton North

Michael Klemm’s steal and dunk with 45 seconds left sealed it for the fourth-ranked Rockets.

MIAA FOOTBALL COMMITTEE

Elimination of North/South automatic qualifiers eyed

MIAA’s football committee unanimously voted to consider elimination of automatic qualifiers for conference/league champions in North and South sections.