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  1. Player Perspective: Xaverian's Sean Sperzel

    Scott Barboza

    With spring sports and lacrosse practices kicking off across the state this week, we're catching up with one of the sports' rising stars. Xaverian freshman Sean Sperzel has yet to suit up for the reigning Division 1 state champion Hawks, but he re...

    Blog | March 19, 2014
  2. Duxbury No. 14 in final FAB 50 lax poll

    Scott Barboza

    ESPNHS released its final Powerade FAB 50 boys' lacrosse poll today and MIAA Division 1 state champion Duxbury closed out the year in the top 20. After starting the season just outside the top 10, the Dragons wound up at No. 14 in the poll, the lo...

    Blog | June 27, 2012
  3. Video: Talking Dux lax with Burke, Naton

    Scott Barboza

    ALLSTON, Mass. -- Duxbury head coach Chris Sweet says every one of his championship teams is different and that those teams are a reflection of their senior leaders. For the past four years, the Dragons have had two of the most dynamic long-stick ...

    Blog | June 14, 2012
  4. D1 boys' lax: Duxbury 18, Lincoln-Sudbury 6

    Scott Barboza

    DUXBURY, Mass. -- Tight-knit. It's a codeword for Duxbury lacrosse members. It's always slipped into conversation during any of the Dragons' postgame interviews, a way of showing no team member is above another. Often a teammate will walk past ano...

    Blog | June 10, 2012
  5. Boys' lacrosse All-Americans announced

    Scott Barboza

    The 2012 boys' lacrosse Eastern Mass. High School All-American team was released Monday morning by the Eastern Mass. Lacrosse Coaches Association. Also included was the list of senior Acacemic All-Americans. Here is the All-Americans list, whic...

    Blog | May 29, 2012
  6. Recap: No. 1 Duxbury 8, Niskayuna (N.Y.) 7

    Scott Barboza

    DUXBURY, Mass. -- Duxbury had a sterling opportunity to notch the game-winning goal in the final minute of their stalemate against New York state power Niskayuna on Saturday. The Dragons went on the man-up inside of a minute remaining, looking for...

    Blog | May 06, 2012
  7. Recap: No. 1 Duxbury 5, No. 12 Billerica 4

    Scott Barboza

    DUXBURY, Mass. - Any time the ball was in the vicinity of Duxbury long-stick midfielder James Burke, it either settled in his stick, or if a Billerica player happened to snatch it first, they were likely to be sent flying. The physical matchup be...

    Blog | April 12, 2012
  8. Another banner day for Duxbury lacrosse

    Scott Barboza

    DUXBURY, Mass. -- In Duxbury High's gymnasium on Wednesday afternoon, the cheerleading squad assembled to go through their Thanksgiving Day routine and Dragons football and basketball standout Khai Perry shot 3-pointers with ease. In the middle of...

    Blog | November 17, 2011
  9. Recap: No. 2 Duxbury 31, No. 4 Xaverian 14

    Scott Barboza

    WESTWOOD, Mass. -- Saturday's 31-14 win by No. 2 Duxbury football over Xaverian proved something to Dragons head coach Dave Maimaron. There's no secret behind Duxbury's prolific offense, or their shut-down defense. Or the plethora of Division 1 re...

    Blog | October 08, 2011
  10. Recap: No. 2 Duxbury 26, No. 8 B-R 0

    Scott Barboza

    DUXBURY, Mass. -- It's been a slow start for the much ballyhooed offense of No. 2 Duxbury. The high powered spread attack was stunted at times during the preseason -- most notably in the Dragons' scrimmage against Catholic Memorial. Likewise, Dux...

    Blog | September 10, 2011
  11. No. 2 Duxbury built from inside out

    Scott Barboza

    DUXBURY, Mass. -- The old baseball adage goes that you build a team through its core; a strong center of the field from the catcher out to center field is the ticket to success. Similarly constructed is the defense of No. 2 Duxbury football. The D...

    Blog | September 03, 2011
  12. Green Dragons are year older, year wiser

    Scott Barboza

    DUXBURY, Mass. - To end Thursday's football practice, Duxbury head coach Dave Maimaron led a coverage drill. It consisted of teams of six players, circling around Maimaron in the center of the field. Then, on the coach's signal, the players would str...

    Blog | August 26, 2010