In our weekly look at media outlets' Top 25 lists, there are several teams in the region making an appearance.
Editor's Note: The following story is published in Burlington, Woburn, Reading, North Reading, Wilmington, Tewksbury, Westford and Chelmsford as they are the towns currently included in Patch's region of sports coverage. It's one of the most wonderful times of the year. It's playoff time for high school teams across the region. While track, swimming, wrestling and cheerleading teams have already found success in their postseason competitions, area basketball and hockey teams are just about to begin their own playoffs this week. But before the brackets get underway, we look back at the most recent rankings that were compiled by various media outlets in the area. Boys Basketball In our last version of the rankings roundup, Division 3 North …
Photos from matmen's recent matches at Wayland High School.
- On Sports
Monday, February 4
A look at all the local sports action from the past week.
Schools may have been on vacation last week, but that doesn’t mean there wasn’t a full slate of sports action as local teams took part in holiday tournaments throughout the area. Reading Memorial High School sent delegations to the George Bossi Lowell Holiday Wrestling Tournament, the Chelsea Holiday Basketball Tournament and hosted the Ed Burns Classic Hockey Tournament at Burbank Ice Arena, while the Austin Prep Cougars boys hockey team took part in the Kasabuski Christmas Classic Tournament in Saugus. HOCKEY RMHS Boys: The Rockets (3-2-1, 1-0 ML) hosted the four-team Ed Burns Classic tournament last week, and began play with a hard-won, 3-2, victory over Middlesex League Large School newcomers Arlington on Dec. 27 to open the tourney. …