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  1. Recap: No. 1 Duxbury 5, No. 7 Medfield 4

    Bruce Lerch

    MEDFIELD, Mass. -- While his teammates searched for the necessary adjustments on defense and any sort of continuity on offense, Duxbury goalie Nick Marrocco produced a second consecutive game-winning performance in the cage. The junior Georgetown ...

    Blog | May 03, 2013
  2. Recap: No. 2 Lincoln-Sudbury 19, No. 5 A-B 8

    Bruce Lerch

    SUDBURY, Mass. - For a moment in the early minutes of the second quarter, Lincoln-Sudbury lacrosse fans would have been excused if they suddenly experienced flashbacks to the team's previous meeting against Acton-Boxborough. On April 4, the Coloni...

    Blog | April 28, 2013
  3. No. 1 Duxbury 13, No. 13 Billerica 5

    Bruce Lerch

    DUXBURY, Mass. -- Despite enormous turnover on the roster that left coach Chris Sweet with mostly first-year starters, the on-field product seems to indicate that members of the Duxbury lacrosse team must be acing their chemistry tests. Both offen...

    Blog | April 25, 2013
  4. Coaches Cup: Painter carries load for C-C

    Bruce Lerch

    CONCORD, Mass. -- Charlie Painter is an attack player by trade, but with teammate and top midfielder Will Blumenberg still recovering from a football injury, Painter proved pretty adept as a middie in his own right despite next to no practice time at...

    Blog | April 18, 2013
  5. Recap: No. 12 Acton-Boxborough 18, No. 4 Westford 13

    Bruce Lerch

    WESTFORD, Mass. -- With so many league matchups taking place early in the season, Acton-Boxborough knew it had to make a statement against Westford Academy to avoid losing pace in the Dual County League Large race. The Colonials did exactly that, ...

    Blog | April 10, 2013
  6. D1 boys' lax final: How Sweet it is for Duxbury

    Bruce Lerch

    ALLSTON, Mass. -- One of the great things about high school sports is that you often find a situation in which a parent and a child get to go through a four-year experience together as player and coach. To able to share in a state championship tog...

    Blog | June 14, 2012
  7. D1 boys' lax: All in the draw for L-S

    Bruce Lerch

    SUDBURY, Mass. -- One of the worst-kept secrets throughout the regular season has been Lincoln-Sudbury's struggles at the faceoff X. Game after game, the Warriors would have to rely on its athletic defense to hold the fort in order to get possessions...

    Blog | June 07, 2012
  8. D3 boys' lax: Hanover 14, Cohasset 12

    Bruce Lerch

    HANOVER, Mass. -- The Hanover boys lacrosse team can string together goals in a hurry. On a rainy, windy and cold Monday evening, the Indians proved that they were capable of surviving similar spurts from their opponents. Sophomore Drexel-commit D...

    Blog | June 05, 2012
  9. D3 boys' lax: North Reading 8, Austin Prep 4

    Bruce Lerch

    NORTH READING, Mass. -- Mike O'Brien has been a do-it-all type of player for North Reading all season long. He takes faceoffs, he plays offense, he plays defense and he plays on special teams. Without him, the Hornets might not be as successful as th...

    Blog | June 01, 2012
  10. Recap: St. John's Prep 9, Lexington 5

    Bruce Lerch

    DANVERS, Mass. -- St. John's Prep has been searching for a complete game performance all season long, and if Wednesday's postseason opener is any indication, the Eagles are getting there and may be rounding into form at exactly the right time. Dre...

    Blog | May 30, 2012
  11. Recap: Medfield 12, Walpole 4

    Bruce Lerch

    MEDFIELD, Mass. - It took a little while for the Medfield boys lacrosse team to get going but once they did, there was no stopping them. In an atypical preliminary round MIAA tournament matchup, the winners of the last Division 2 state championshi...

    Blog | May 30, 2012
  12. Recap: No. 1 Duxbury 6, Bp. Guertin (N.H.) 5

    Bruce Lerch

    WELLESLEY, Mass. -- Over the past six years, Duxbury has found itself a great opponent for the final game of the regular season in perennial New Hampshire power Bishop Guertin. All but one of the six meetings have been highly competitive, and Tues...

    Blog | May 23, 2012
  13. Recap: No. 11 Lincoln-Sudbury 17, No. 9 Billerica 9

    Bruce Lerch

    BILLERICA, Mass. -- Brian Vona has been around long enough to know that if his Lincoln-Sudbury lacrosse squad is going to make a deep run in this year's postseason, the Warriors defense is going to come up with big stops in key spots. Led by sopho...

    Blog | May 22, 2012
  14. Recap: No. 10 Medfield 12, No. 25 Longmeadow 7

    Bruce Lerch

    MEDFIELD, Mass. -- The noticeable glare emanating from the Medfield sideline during the second half of Sunday's nonleague matchup with Western Mass. power Longmeadow wasn't so much from the sun as it was from the smiles on the faces of Warriors coach...

    Blog | May 06, 2012
  15. Recap: No. 2 Wellesley 10, No. 7 Needham 9 (OT)

    Bruce Lerch

    NEEDHAM, Mass. -- Wellesley attackman Peter Crane hadn't been doing much dodging at all during Wednesday's Bay State Conference rivalry showdown with Needham. But when the right moment came, the move was there and the shot was true. Crane took a f...

    Blog | April 26, 2012
  16. Coaches Cup recap: Wellesley, C-C final set

    Bruce Lerch

    DOVER, Mass. -- A pair of teams led by stout defenses and outstanding goalies set the stage for what should be nailbiter of a final as Wellesley and Concord-Carlisle each made their way through the stacked field of the Coaches Challenge Cup. WELLE...

    Blog | April 19, 2012