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Harrington, Westwood lacrosse remain optimistic

By Mike Flanagan,
Hometown Weekly Sports Editor -

It’s normally the time of year in Westwood when spring sports are getting into full swing. The COVID-19 pandemic has prevented sports, such as boys and girls lacrosse, baseball and softball, from starting their respective 2020 seasons. The MIAA is currently...

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Donohue, Wolverines out to prove themselves

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Westwood High boys lacrosse finds itself in an interesting position. A year after coming one overtime goal short of a Division II Central/East sectional title, the Wolverines have found their rhythm and are rounding into form at the perfect time. The Wolverines finished the regular season at 12-6...
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McCusker, Wolverines getting hot at right time

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Last season, Westwood High boys lacrosse entered the state tournament as one of the favorites to come out of Division II Central/East and take home the state championship. One year later, the Wolverines (12-6, 9-4) head into the postseason with a chip on their shoulder for a number...
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Donohue, Westwood lacrosse ready for next step

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Coming off the best season in program history, which featured a 14-4 regular season record, their first-ever wins against Medfield and Dover-Sherborn, as well as a share of the TVL title, expectations heading into this spring are extremely high for the Westwood High School boys varsity lacrosse team. Despite...
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Loughnane, Wolverines grind past Mustangs

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor It was a defensive struggle, but the Westwood High football team got it done on Friday night during their annual Westwood Night contest against TVL newcomer Norwood at Flahive Field, grinding out a hard-fought 7-6 victory to climb back to .500 at 2-2 on the season. Norwood jumped...
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Deehan’s overtime heroics best Foley, Rebels

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Despite being without one of their senior leaders and top goal-scorers in Darragh Fahey (broken thumb), the No. 3 Walpole Rebels put together one of their best efforts of the season last Wednesday night against the No. 2 and Connor Deehan-led Westwood Wolverines in the Division II Central/East...
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Deehan’s overtime heroics best Foley, Rebels

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Despite being without one of their senior leaders and top goal-scorers in Darragh Fahey (broken thumb), the No. 3 Walpole Rebels put together one of their best efforts of the season last Wednesday night against the No. 2 and Connor Deehan-led Westwood Wolverines in the Division II Central/East...
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Tyer, Warriors fight off Donohue, Wolverines

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Two of the TVL’s elite met last Wednesday evening with first place in the conference on the line as the Westwood Wolverines (8-2, 5-1), coming off of consecutive road victories over Dover-Sherborn and Hopkinton, traveled to face rival and the defending Division II Central/East champion Medfield Warriors (6-5,...
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Tyer, Warriors fight off Donohue, Wolverines

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Two of the TVL’s elite met last Wednesday evening with first place in the conference on the line as the Westwood Wolverines (8-2, 5-1), coming off of consecutive road victories over Dover-Sherborn and Hopkinton, traveled to face rival and the defending Division II Central/East champion Medfield Warriors (6-5,...
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