Trio of Warrior Teams Have Big Weekend in MIAA Playoffs

The Lincoln-Sudbury boys and girls lacrosse team and baseball team all earned postseason victories.

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The girls lacrosse, boys lacrosse and baseball teams all had something in common this weekend. They earned postseason wins to keep their title hopes alive.

Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School sports fans were busy over the weekend with multiple games on the docket.

Girls Lacrosse Clips Framingham

The Lady Warriors, the No. 2 seed in the East Division 1 bracket, avoided an upset bid by No. 7 Framingham on Friday night.

Lincoln-Sudbury snagged an 8-5 victory in the quarterfinals following a first round bye.

Thanks to the win, the locals Advanced to take on Franklin in the semifinals. That contest in scheduled for Tuesday, though no location or time have been posted on the MIAA website as of Monday morning.

Franklin enters the game as the No. 3 seed in the bracket with a record of 16-3-0 after a blowout win over Natick.

Boys Lacrosse Into Semifinals

In the North Division 1 boys lacrosse bracket, Lincoln-Sudbury has had little trouble advancing so far.

Following a 17-1 drubbing of Cambridge to start things off, the team moved past North Andover on Saturday by a 14-8 margin.

After that win, the No. 3 Warriors earned a meeting with a difficult opponent in the semifinal round.

LS and No. 2 Westford Academy will go toe to toe on Thursday night at 5 p.m. in Westford. The Grey Ghosts are 17-2 and the second seed after 27-1 and 19-7 wins over Revere and Billerica, respectively.

Super 8 Hopes Still Alive for Lincoln-Sudbury

Though things got off to a rocky start for Lincoln-Sudbury in the first ever Super 8 tournament, the local nine bounced back nicely over the weekend.

The Warriors lost 19-4 to Bridgewater-Raynham in their tournament opener, dropping them into the losers bracket.

But Lincoln-Sudbury recovered with a 4-1 win, which eliminated No. 7 Lowell from the tournament.

As a result, the Warriors will face No. 4 Silver Lake on Monday at 7 p.m. Silver Lake was knocked to the losers bracket by top seed Newton North, which won a second round game, 8-5.

The winner of Monday's game takes on either No. 2 St. John's Prep or No 5 Braintree in the next round of the losers bracket.


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