Thursday, May 2, 2013
Tewksbury High School fired home the game winner with about 43 seconds remaining to escape with a 12-11 road win over Chelmsford on Wednesday.
The Tewksbury High School boys lacrosse allowed a late-game lead to escape its grasph on Wednesday afternoon. But the Redmen wasted no time in bouncing back as they snagged a dramatic road victory over Chelmsford. In a back-and-forth tilt, Tewksbury took a three-goal lead in the fourth quarter before the Lions came back to tie the score at 11-11 with 1:56 to play. But Colin Quinn sent the team home with the win after he found the back of the net with 43.5 seconds left, sealing a 12-11 decision that improved the locals' record to 8-3 on the year.
Monday, April 29, 2013
Tewksbury teams will be busy in the next week with every squad in action.
With spring weather in full swing, spring sports continue to move along under sunny skies this week. Here's a look at what the upcoming days have in store for Tewksbury High School teams. Monday, April 29 Tuesday, April 30 Wednesday, May 1 Thursday, May 2 Friday, May 3 Saturday, May 4
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Tewksbury baseball loaded the bases in the top of the seventh, but eventually fell to the Wildcats, 3-1, in its opening tilt of the year.
With first pitch at 10 a.m. on Monday, the Wilmington baseball team’s bats woke up early. Unfortunately for Tewksbury High School, their bats didn’t follow suit. Tewksbury batters struck out 15 times in their season opener as the Redmen couldn’t bounce back after the Wildcats took a 3-0 first inning lead. Despite the sluggish start, the Redmen found themselves with the opportunity to escape with a win late in the game. Tewksbury put on two runners in the sixth inning and loaded the bases with two outs in the seventh inning, but couldn’t push home the tying runs. “We left too many guys on base and struck out too many times,” said head coach Ron Drouin. “It wasn’t a train wreck. We’ve played a lot worse baseball games and won, and we’ve …
Monday, April 15, 2013
Tewksbury High School's baseball team plays the Wildcats on Monday to open a week of April vacation games.
It's April vacation week for Massachusetts schools, but Tewksbury High School spring sports teams will still be busy in upcoming days. Below is a list of the games scheduled for the Redmen in the next week. Monday, April 15 Tuesday, April 16 Wednesday, April 17 Thursday, April 18 Friday, April 19 Saturday, April 20
Monday, April 8, 2013
A busy week for Tewksbury High School spring sports teams is ahead with all of the school's teams in action.
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 Tewksbury High School teams, according to HighSchoolSports.net. Monday, April 8 Tuesday, April 9 Wednesday, April 10 Thursday, April 11 Friday, April 12
Monday, April 1, 2013
Here are several ways you can make sure your sports teams are highlighted on Tewksbury Patch this season.
Spring sports at Tewksbury High School are set to begin the first week of April with many teams looking to build on their success in 2012. Around Tewksbury, 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 Tewksbury 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 …
Friday, March 29, 2013
After a surprising run to the Division 2 semifinals in their first varsity season, the team graduates zero seniors.
The Tewksbury-Methuen girls hockey team surprised just about everyone on the high school scene with this year’s run to the Division 2 semifinal round – even themselves. In the team’s first every varsity season, the locals came out of the gates with a 2-0-2 mark to beging the regular season. It was at that point that head coach Kim Bruff said her players realized just what could be to come. “At the beginning of the season we didn’t know what we’d have. We wanted to be a competitive team, but being a first year program we had a lot to catch up on,” said Bruff. “I think initially the girls were like ‘Whoa. I thought we were going to get slaughtered.’ So when that happened, they gained a little confidence that they knew they could compete here…
Friday, March 8, 2013
Scott Duarte is a member of the Cougars, who are in the Super 8 semifinal round.
Austin Prep may be located in Reading. But the Cougars rely on help from all across the region as they skate forward in the Super 8 boys hockey tournament. The Cougars completed a sweep of Reading in the Super 8 quarterfinal series earlier this week, and the Cougars roster includes players with a wide variety of hometowns. According to MassHShockey.com, the team includes Tewksbury resident Scott Duarte, who has not cracked the scorebook this year. He is listed as a sophomore defenseman for the team. Following the 1-0 victory on Wednesday night that capped the 2-0 series sweep, Austin Prep advanced to face either St. John’s Prep of Central Catholic in the semifinal round. There are six seniors on the Austin Prep roster, and 15 skaters who …
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
The Tewksbury High School girls basketball team nearly earned a first round playoff win last week, and they have a strong core eligible to return next season.
He's fiery on the sidelines. And it provides the spark the Tewksbury High School girls basketball team needs. Head coach Mark Bradley led the Lady Redmen to the playoffs this year, and nearly helped them earn a victory over North Andover in the opening round. Despite the loss, Bradley said the future is bright for the team, and he's looking forward to a postseason return next year. Are you a big fan of the Redmen? You'll also want to see:
Monday, March 4, 2013
The Tewksbury-Metheun girls hockey team is the final squad remaining with Tewksbury High School students in the postseason.
And then there was one. The final Tewksbury team remaining in the postseason skates on Monday night, hoping to continue what's been a surprising run deep into the Division 2 bracket. The Methuen-Tewksbury girls hockey team thumped Norwell, 10-3, in the preliminary round, cruised past Canton, 7-3, in the first round, and next faces off against Gardner in the quarterfinals. Gardner opened with a preliminary round bye before it edged Burlington, 2-1, in a shootout. Monday's quarterfinal round is scheduled for 7:15 p.m. inside Watertown's Ryan Rink. The winner will take on either top-seeded Duxbury or No. 8 Archbishop Williams in the Division 2 semifinal round. The Methuen-Tewksbury playoff run has been an impressive one, especially given the …