Andrew Bolze lost six weeks of the indoor track season to a stress fracture in his right foot, but the injury didn’t keep him from winning the Division 3 and All-State 300-meter titles, but on Saturday he added to his indoor resume with a New England Championship.
St. John’s Prep fell at home to eighth seed-Andover, 62-59, in overtime Friday night. The Eagles ended their season at 19-3, while Andover (16-6) moved on to the semifinals.
The seniors on the Fontbonne hockey team won the girls’ Division 2 state title as freshmen, and after not making it to the tournament last year, Tuesday’s 3-1 win over Milton in the preliminary round granted them a chance to repeat.
The undefeated Tanners posted their 16th victory of the season, rolling past No. 3 Arlington Catholic, 4-1, on the first day of play at Pilgrim Arena in Hingham.
With their coach acting as meet director, the girls from Notre Dame of Hingham wound up clinching their first MIAA Division 2 indoor track title Sunday at Reggie Lewis Center.
Going into the girls’ 4 x 400, 5 points separated the top five teams. Third-place Cambridge, fourth-place Andover, and fifth-place Acton-Boxboro all had teams seeded in the final heat, hoping to grab 10 points and the meet title.
Going into that relay, the Harbormen had a 35-point lead. Roughly an hour later, the boys from Hingham made it official and raised the wooden Massachusetts-shaped trophy as the MIAA Division 3 indoor champions. The Harbormen finished with 75 points, far ahead of Marblehead (30) and Westwood (28).
Latin Academy coach Brian Leussler’s pre-meet rituals include number- crunching to figure out what exactly he needs from the boys’ and girls’ indoor track teams to win.
Amy Piccolo feared the 29 minutes separating her two races in Sunday’s MSTCA Elite 24 Invitational at Reggie Lewis Center wouldn’t give her enough time to recharge.