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2019 D3 State Semifinal: Grafton 11, Dracut 6

By Nate Weitzer @nweitzer7 CONCORD — Dracut came into Monday's Division 3 state semifinal on a magical run, but Grafton had a run of its own planned. The Indians controlled the action in transition and capitalized on several Dracut penalties to...

2019 D3 State Semifinal: Dover-Sherborn 14, Cohasset 6

By Eamon Convey @EJConvey  HANOVER -- Dover-Sherborn advanced to the 2019 MIAA D3 State Championship on Tuesday night, as they defeated 2018 D3 State Champion Cohasset 14-6, in a rematch of last year's state championship game. Timmy Polk and Pierce Gregory...

2019 D2 State Semifinals: Medfield 21, Sandwich 5

By Jake Levin @JakeLevin09  HANOVER— "All gas, no brakes." That is how Medfield attackman Jack McCordic described his team’s offense in Monday night’s Division 2 state semifinal – at least after the first two minutes of a 21-5 victory over Sandwich...

2019 D2 State Semifinal: Winchester 10, St. John’s Shrewsbury 3

By Mike Flanagan @fLAno0  CONCORD -- Winchester punched their ticket back to the Division 2 state championship game for the first time since 2000 on Monday night with a 10-3 win over Central/West champ St. John’s (Shrewsbury) at Concord-Carlisle High...

BostonLax Ep 12: Feat Boston Cannons President Ian Frenette

Chris Gelinas sits down with Boston Cannons president Ian Frenette to talk all things MLL. BostonLax Ep 12, Feat Boston Cannons President Ian Frenette

2019 D1 S Final: No. 1 Hingham 8, No. 6 Duxbury 7 – OT

By Mike Flanagan @fLAno0  HINGHAM -- Duxbury, coming from multiple goals down in the final quarter of play, stuns No. 1 Hingham on their home field, as Michael McCutcheon nets the game-winner. Sound familiar? It appeared as if history was going...

2019 D1 N Final: No. 3 Lincoln-Sudbury 10, No. 1 St. John’s Prep 6

By Nate Weitzer @nweitzer7  cover photo by @Warriors978 DANVERS -- Lincoln-Sudbury might not have the most talented defense in the state. The Warriors might not have the most skilled offense, an All-American taking faceoffs, or an experienced stud in net. So how...

2019 D2 C/W Final: No. 2 St. John’s Shrewsbury 15, No. 5 Longmeadow 6

By Mike Flanagan @fLAno0  Five goals apiece from the three-headed monster of Owen Boss, Luke DeFlumeri and Timmy LaCroix helped St. John’s Shrewsbury to a season-sweep of rival Longmeadow on Friday night, as the No. 2 Pioneers won the Division...

2019 D3 N Final: No. 4 Dracut 17, No. 2 Austin Prep 10

By Ryan Kilian @masspreps  READING – No. 4 Dracut entered Friday night’s Division 3 North sectional final at No. 2 Austin Prep having defeated their first three playoff opponents by a total of 49-16. The impressive goal scoring output would...

2019 D2 N Final: No. 1 Winchester 14, No. 6 Billerica 6

By Kevin J. Stone @kstone06  WINCHESTER - Winchester coach John Pirani has seen it all during his 53 years commanding high school lacrosse sidelines. So, when the Sachems won their first Division 2 North sectional title since 2016 with an impressive...

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2019 D3 State Semifinal: Grafton 11, Dracut 6

By Nate Weitzer @nweitzer7 CONCORD — Dracut came into Monday's Division 3 state semifinal on a magical run, but Grafton had a run of its...

2019 D3 State Semifinal: Dover-Sherborn 14, Cohasset 6

By Eamon Convey @EJConvey  HANOVER -- Dover-Sherborn advanced to the 2019 MIAA D3 State Championship on Tuesday night, as they defeated 2018 D3 State Champion...

2019 D2 State Semifinals: Medfield 21, Sandwich 5

By Jake Levin @JakeLevin09  HANOVER— "All gas, no brakes." That is how Medfield attackman Jack McCordic described his team’s offense in Monday night’s Division 2 state...

2019 D2 State Semifinal: Winchester 10, St. John’s Shrewsbury 3

By Mike Flanagan @fLAno0  CONCORD -- Winchester punched their ticket back to the Division 2 state championship game for the first time since 2000 on...

BostonLax Ep 12: Feat Boston Cannons President Ian Frenette

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