Monday, May 20, 2013
Reading High School teams finish up their schedule in the upcoming days before some players get ready for a postseason trip.
Down the stretch they come. After an exciting regular season, it's nearly playoff time as Reading High School teams begin the final week of contests before the postseason gets underway. Here is a look at the games happening in upcoming days, according to USA Today High School Sports. Monday, May 20 Tuesday, May 21 Wednesday, May 22 Thursday, May 23 Friday, May 24
Sunday, May 19, 2013
On Friday, the Lady Rockets played well but didn't have enough to overcome the Tanners, falling by a 4-1 margin.
Though the Reading High School softball team hung close with visiting Woburn on Friday afternoon, the Rockets didn't have quite enough fire power at the plate to come out with a victory. Woburn took the lead early and held it throughout, going on to a 4-1 victory over the locals. With the setback, Reading is now 11-7 on the year with a 6-4 mark in Middlesex League play. Woburn, meanwhile, improved to 11-8 on the year, one spot behind the Rockets in the standings with a 4-6 league record.
Saturday, May 18, 2013
Reading took a close game and pulled away in the middle innings, cruising to an 8-0 home win on Friday.
Reading High School and Woburn are on opposite ends of the Middlesex League standings. And on Friday, the results showed that. The Rockets took a close game and blew it open during the middle innings, cruising to an 8-0 home win over the visiting Tanners. Thanks to the victory, Reading improved to 10-5 on the year with a 6-3 league mark, good for first place. Woburn, meanwhile, dropped to 2-14 on the year, 1-9 in league play.
Monday, May 13, 2013
Here's a look at what the upcoming days look like for Reading High School sports teams.
It's getting towards crunch time for spring sports teams with the spring season starting to wind down. Here's a look at the Reading High School games on the docket for this week, according to USA Today High School Sports. Monday, May 13 Tuesday, May 14 Wednesday, May 15 Thursday, May 16 Friday, May 17 Saturday, May 18 Sunday, May 19
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
The Reading High School boys lacrosse team proved in the final two quarters Tuesday why it's ranked as one of the best teams in the state, earning a 14-5 win.
Reading High School is ranked among the top boys lacrosse teams in the state. The Rockets showed why during the second half of Tuesday afternoon's game against visiting Woburn. The Reading coaching staff was far from thrilled entering halftime leading the Tanners by only a 5-3 margin. But the staff had to have been more than pleased with the team's effort in the final two periods as the Rockets opened things up and went on to a 14-5 win. During the first half of the contest, the scoring was balanced throughout the roster for the Rockets. Mark Dente notched goals on both of the shots in registered in the opening minutes while Brian Shea, Andrew Bourque and Mike Seibold fired one home as well in the early goings. Conor Frazier had two …
Monday, April 15, 2013
Reading High School teams are in action throughout the week, which is April vacation across the state.
It's April vacation week for Massachusetts schools, but Reading High School spring sports teams will still be busy in upcoming days. Below is a list of the games scheduled for the Rockets in the next week. Monday, April 15 Tuesday, April 16 Wednesday, Apri 17 Thursday, April 18 Friday, April 19
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Reading High School's teams hit the diamond on Tuesday in a pair of road games against Wilmington High School.
Spring season is in full swing, and so are the Reading High School baseball and softball teams. On Tuesday, both teams hit the diamond in Wilmington, taking on the Wildcats in separate locations. At Town Park, the softball team fell behind early in the contest before making a comeback against the home team, and recapturing the lead at 2-1 early on. Reading went on to polish off a 5-1 victory. Meanwhile at Wilmington High School, the Rockets withstood a strong effort from the Wildcats and pulled away late, earning a 7-1 win. Reading, ranked No. 7 in the state by ESPNBoston.com, led just 4-1 until the final frame when it tacked on the insurance.
Monday, April 8, 2013
Reading High School has a busy week of spring sports ahead in upcoming days.
There may be some scattered snow banks still refusing to melt, but spring is officially here. And with that, spring sports season is in full swing with a busy slate of games on the docket this week. Here is a look at games and matches scheduled in the upcoming days for Reading High School teams, according to HighSchoolSports.net. Monday, April 8 Tuesday, April 9 Wednesday, April 10 Thursday, April 11 Friday, April 12
Sunday, March 31, 2013
Here are several ways you can make sure your sports teams are highlighted on Reading Patch this season.
Spring sports at Reading High School are set to begin the first week of April with many teams looking to build on their success in 2012. Around Reading, youth sports are also underway and we want to help share all the great moments and highlights from this spring with the community. We are looking for athletes, coaches, parents, booster club members and fans who are ready, willing and able to show their team spirit on Reading Patch. News about any team -- high school, middle school, rec. teams, etc. – is welcome! Here's how you can share news about your sports team this fall: 1. Start a blog about your sports team: Share stats, recaps, photos and/or videos from the game in your own sports blog. Discuss the team, coaches and players with …
Friday, March 29, 2013
Guard Avery Bradley hosted a clinic in Waltham, and eight YMCA players from Reading were among the participants in the session.
Eight young Reading basketball players got the pro treatment on Thursday as they traveled to Waltham to participate in a clinic hosted by young Boston Celtics guard Avery Bradley and former Celtic Dana Barros. The clinic, sponsored by Dunkin' Donuts, took place at the Celtics' practice facility and focused on defensive skills. Bradley is known for his defensive prowess, establishing himself as one of the top defensive guards in the NBA. Tyler Gonick, Ryland Fiscus, Jeremy Rosh, Yazmine Gnanaratnam, Vithuli Rajadurai, Josh Klages, Keith Richmond, and Ryan Rose Hatch were the members of the Burbank YMCA who were selected to participate in the camp. In addition to the basketball lessons, Barros and Bradley told the children the importance of …