MIAA ALL-STATE BOYS’ INDOOR TRACK

Aiden Felty sets meet record in shot put at All-States

02/23/2019 Boston MA. - Ryan Oosting (cq) #555 left, passes other runners as he heads to the finish line , in the Boy's 2 mile run, at the MIAA All State Boy's and Girl's Indoor Track and Field event. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe StaffReporter:Topic:

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Lowell claims the team title, followed by Wellesley and Acton-Boxborough.

MIAA ALL-STATE GIRLS’ TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP

Tewksbury’s Makayla Paige stars in record-setting 600; Wellesley girls’ repeat as team champions

Paige set a meet, state, and New England record in the 600 (1:29.71) to rank as second-fastest in country in her event; Red Raiders (55) dominate to capture title again.

MIAA BOYS’ HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

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The Eagles are looking to defend their title.

Austin Prep's head coach Stephanie Wood speaks to her players during morning practice, at Stoneham Arena. Mark Lorenz for the Boston Globe.

MIAA GIRLS’ HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

Austin Prep girls headline strong Division 1 field

Coming off the best season in program history, Walpole is the top seed in Division 2.

MIAA BOYS’ BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2019/01/19/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/19schrdp_03-001.jpg This year’s Division 1 North field is wide open

Third seed Central Catholic won 10 consecutive games and a Merrimack Valley Conference Large title, but rival Lowell lurks at No. 2.

MIAA GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/03/10/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/Cetrino(11schsouhoop)010.jpg Coyle & Cassidy, Cathedral pose a threat in Division 4 South

Unbeaten West Bridgewater is seeded No. 1 but Coyle & Cassidy and Cathedral, ranked second and third this week, are lined up for a potential sectional semifinal showdown.

FRIDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Luke Garrity saves St. Sebastian’s

The goaltender turned aside 33 shots in a 3-2 victory over Thayer

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING NOTES

Girls getting their chance at inaugural MIAA state wrestling tournament

A field of 72 female wrestlers representing 42 schools will take part in the first girls’ wrestling tournament Saturday at St. John’s Prep.

BOSTON CITY LEAGUE BOYS’ BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP | TECHBOSTON 86, NEW MISSION 59

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The Bears successfully defended their City League title with a victory over New Mission.

BOSTON CITY LEAGUE GIRLS’ BASKETBALL FINAL | FENWAY 85, LATIN ACADEMY 53

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Behind a combined 41 points from guards Dasiah Thornton and Colby Upchurch, the Panthers put away the Dragons with ease.

Brighton MA 2/19/19 Catholic Memorial junior defenseman Paul Guiney (No. 17) in front of LaSalle Academy bench during third period action at Warrior Ice Arena (photo by Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff) topic: 22bhocnotes reporter: Matthew Doherty

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ HOCKEY NOTES

Catholic Memorial inspired by its comeback kid, Paul Guiney

After suffering a concussion from a hard hit his freshman year, junior Guiney underwent grueling rehabilation to get back on the ice.

THURSDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

BC High boys capture fourth straight Buddy Ferreira Classic hockey title

The Eagles became just the second team to shut out Hingham (3-0) all season.

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“There’s always that clear communication that’s going to happen, because it’s our language, it’s our league. Everyone is really able to enjoy that, and it’s 100 percent accessible through [American Sign Language].” — Marie Philip School AD David Del Pizzo

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ BASKETBALL I SPARTAN CLASSIC

Springfield Central pushed to the limit by St. Mary’s

Hason Ward had 16 points, including two key late free throws, to help lift the Division 1 school to a 59-55 win over the D3 Spartans.

First-year coach Jeff Powers has guided the Middleborough girls’ basketball team to an 11-8 record entering Thursday’s regular-season finale against Case.

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ BASKETBALL NOTES

Middleborough girls’ basketball following power of positivity

Under direction of first-year coach Jeff Powers, the Sachems have netted their first 10-win season since 2001.

2-19-19 Newburyport, MA: Methuen-Tewksbury senior forward Julia Masotta (center,19) is pictured in action. Methuen-Tewksbury took on Newburyport in a girl's high school hockey game as part of the Newburyport Bank Classic tournament held at the Graf Rink. (Jim Davis /Globe Staff)

GIRLS’ HOCKEY NOTES

Julia Masotta has Methuen/Tewksbury on a roll

Skating for the Red Rangers (17-1-1) for the first time as a senior, she leads the state in scoring with 62 points.

TUESDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Xaverian makes quick work of Melrose in boys’ hockey

The 13th-ranked Hawks scored early in each period en route to a 4-0 victory on Tuesday night.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | BRAINTREE 73, CATHEDRAL 68 (OT)

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2019/02/19/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/Boghosian_19schrdp1_SPTS.jpg Braintree finds a star in the lineup

Braintree’s Lily Adams scored 21 points in a 73-68 overtime victory over Cathedral in the Division 1 final of the Comcast Classic at Woburn High School Monday.

Buddy Ferreira Classic boys’ hockey tournament

BC High and Hingham to square off in Buddy Ferreira Classic finals

Austin Prep goalie Robbie Farrell made 45 saves but BC High prevailed in the semis; Jacob Clark scored all three goals in Hingham’s win over Duxbury.

Latin Academy captains pose with the Boston City League championship plaque after their 10-1 win over O'Bryant Wednesday morning at Matthews Arena. (Alex Bensley for the Boston Globe) 21schrdp

Alex Bensley for the Boston Globe

BOSTON CITY LEAGUE HOCKEY FINAL | LATIN ACADEMY 10, O’BRYANT 1

Latin Academy skates to fourth straight Boston City League title

Senior captain Joe Loewen and sophomore Brendan Butler (4 goals, 3 assists) powered the Dragons past O’Bryant.

HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASTICS

Algonquin’s Lizzy Debroczy claims all-around glory

The freshman posted her score early, then watched Masco’s Katelyn Aylwyn come up just shy of swiping the title.

HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2012/12/05/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/jeffjohnson.jpg Longtime Acton-Boxborough swimming coach Jeff Johnson dies at 74

Johnson amassed more than 500 wins between the two programs.

TEAM OF THE WEEK

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The Arrows believe they have the talent and determination to end the school’s 16-year championship drought.

BOSTON UNIVERSITY, 2/17/19, St. John's Prep swimmers celebrate their fourth straight Division 1 championship.

THOMAS HERRON FOR THE GLOBE

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.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL NOTEbook

Wareham’s Taylor Carlson is driven to succeed

Taylor Carlson’s love for basketball, always fierce, only grew stronger when tragedy struck early in his high school career.

Lowell's Aaron Diaz tries to fight off Brookline's Daniel Solomon, during the MIAA Division 1 state wrestling championships at Methuen High. Mark Lorenz for the Boston Globe.

Mark Lorenz for the Globe

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.

The Wayland girls’ swim team jumped into the pool to celebrate its Division 2 championship at Boston University.

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

Walpole boys, Hingham girls capture state titles

The Rebels ended a championship drought dating back to 1988 while the Harborwomen won their first crown since 2013.

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL | HOCKEY

On court and ice, vacation week stacked with high school tourneys

Boston City League championships, Comcast Tourney, and Buddy Ferreira Classic highlight a busy schedule.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | wellesley 57, NATICK 52

Annie Ward propels Wellesley past Natick

The senior forward collected a 3-pointer and two free throws in the final seconds to clinch the victory in overtime.

FRIDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Central Catholic turns back Lowell

Four players scored in double figures as the Raiders won the Merrimack Valley Conference Large.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | WAREHAM 69, OLD ROCHESTER 66

Destine Haywood pushes Wareham past Old Rochester

Off the bench, he provided crucial points with consecutive 3-pointers.

MIAA DIVISION 2 INDOOR TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP

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Both teams won the Division 2 state title and for the girls, it was their third straight.

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING NOTES

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Even without a team champion, the Wildcats claimed the Division 2 Metro sectional title.

Woburn celebrates after defeating Tewksbury/Methuen in Division 1 MIAA hockey finals at TD Garden. Sunday, March 18, 2018. Mark Lorenz for the Boston Globe.

FILE/MARK LORENZ/FOR THE GLOBE

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS

Here are the key dates for high school winter season championships

The divisional indoor track & field meets kick off Wednesday, with basketball, hockey, and more to follow.