Lawrence Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Lawrence, MA

  • 13 hrs ago | via Lowell Sun 

    Billerica blanked by unbeaten Central

    Unbeaten Central Catholic topped Billerica, 4-0, in a Merrimack Valley Conference girls soccer game to improve its record to 5-0-2. Ashley Raphael, Elayna Grillakis, Alli Wiggins and Daria Bakhtiari scored 1 goal each while helping to pace the Raiders' balanced attack.

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  • Friday Sep 26 | via Boston Herald 

    High School Football: Friday night roundup

    Lucas Harris threw for 291 yards and three touchdowns, while rushing for 121 yards and two more scores as Lynn English defeated Saugus , 41-33, in a nonleague contest. Derek Khnaizir rushed for 126 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries as Archbishop Williams beat Medford , 18-7.

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  • Friday Sep 26 | via Lowell Sun 

    Lowell gets goals from 4; Billerica, G-D also prevail

    Daniel Rios and Kyle Alves scored a goal and assist apiece as Lowell beat Lawrence, 4-1, in a Merrimack Valley Conference cross-over boys soccer game. Tim Hilbrunner, Eric Niemoller, Tyler Belanger and Matt Straw played well for Groton-Dunstable .

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  • Tuesday Sep 23 | via Boston Herald 

    High School Football: Boston Herald EMass Top 25 poll

    Here is the weekly Boston Herald Top 25 EMass football poll. Colleague Jim Clark has gone above and beyond the call of duty with power rankings.

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  • Sunday Sep 21 | via Boston Herald 

    High School Football: No. 3 St. John's Prep snaps Ce...

    St. John's Prep coach Brian St. Pierre admits that he may not have the flashiest looking football team in the Commonwealth but as long as they keep playing as hard as they have through the first three weeks of the season, that's more than fine by him. The third-ranked Eagles defense dominated in the second half, forcing turnovers on five consecutive possessions while the offense used those extra turns to pull away for a 27-12 victory over No.

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  • Sunday Sep 21 | via Boston Herald 

    High School Football: No. 3 St. John's Prep gets def...

    No. 3 St. John's Prep has been rallying around the underdog label throughout the first two weeks of the season despite going a perfect two-for-two with wins over Bridgewater-Raynham and Brockton . And yesterday, the Eagles took to the field in their home opener against No.

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  • Saturday Sep 20 | via Boston Herald 

    No. 2 Central fails against Eagles

    Brian St. Pierre admits that he may not have the flashiest football team in the state, but as long as St. John's Prep keeps playing as hard as it has through the first three weeks of the season, that's more than fine by the first-year coach. The third-ranked Eagles dominated on defense in the second half, forcing turnovers on five consecutive possessions to set up the offense in good position to pull away for a 27-12 win against No.

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  • Friday Sep 19 | via Lowell Sun 

    These clashes will fire up high school football fans

    Three local teams will face major non-league tests Friday or Saturday. It's only Week 3 -- or Week 2 for some schools -- but these are Super Bowl-caliber matchups.

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  • Thursday Sep 18 | via Barnstable Patriot 

    Barnstable bests B-R

    THE THREES Barnstable's Olivia Brodt and Megan Dombrowski leap to block a shot against Bridgewater-Raynham Sept. 17. The Red Raiders won 3-0.

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