Hollis Brookline prepares for the Division II tournament as it wraps up the regular season.
The Hollis Brookline High School wrestling team had 12 of its 13 wrestlers place at Saturday’s Division II championship to win its third title in the last four years, and fourth overall.
The Londonderry High School wrestling team got points from all of its 12 wrestlers Saturday to win the Division I team championship and end Timberlane’s 15-year title streak.
The Plymouth High School wrestling team won its 10th team championship Saturday at the Division III championship meet, held at Campbell.
The line between the top teams in Division I, and everyone else, continued to get clearer last week. While no team has anything locked up just yet, it’s going to be tough for anyone outside of the top four to move up in the final two weeks.
The top four teams in Division II remain the same, but the door was opened slightly for a team from the next four to jump on into one of those top spots.
It’s the last week of the regular season for Division I girls basketball, and the top seed for the tournament could come down to the final night of games.
The final week of the regular season is here for Division II girls basketball, and there’s still quite a bit up for grabs as far as seeding is concerned.
The Pinkerton Academy boys track team picked up its fourth Division I indoor title in a row Saturday, finishing ahead of Londonderry and Merrimack.
The Bedford High School girls indoor track team made history Saturday, winning its first Division I title and ending Bishop Guertin’s 12-year run as champions.