Wakefield boys’ hockey draws Gloucester in first round...

Feb 21, 2020 by

Tuesday, 6 p.m. at Stoneham Arena Published in the February 21, 2020 edition. The Wakefield High boys’ hockey team earned the No. 10 seed in the Div. 2 North Tournament. The Warriors finished the season at 11-6-3 after their victory over Watertown in the regular season finale yesterday. Wakefield will get ready to play No. 7 Gloucester in the first round. The Fishermen finished the regular season at 12-5-3 and 9-2-1 in the Northeastern League for second place. Gloucester lost a 6-5 first round matchup to Danvers in double overtime last year. Wakefield fell to Wilmington 5-2 in the preliminary round last year. The Warriors and Fishermen will play on Tuesday, 6 p.m. at the Stoneham Ice...

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Warriors take 4th at state meet...

Feb 21, 2020 by

Published in the February 21, 2020 edition. BOSTON — The Wakefield High boys’ indoor track and field finished 4th overall at the Div. 4 indoor track and field Div. 4 State Championship held on Saturday at the Reggie Lewis Center. The Warriors had multiple strong performances to bring home 32 points as a team. Weston was first with 46 followed by Northampton (42) and Canton (39). Wakefield finished ahead of Middlesex League foes including Wilmington (27), Burlington (13) and Melrose (10). Wakefield was especially strong in the relays as the 4×200, 4×400 and 4×800 all finished in the top five. The 4×400 had the best finish, taking 4th with a time of 3:34.37. That team included seniors Trevor Zupan and Andrew Roos as well as junior Tucker Stikeman and sophomore Bradley Diaz. The 4×200 team...

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Councilors have much to do Monday...

Feb 21, 2020 by

Published in the February 21, 2020 edition. WAKEFIELD — The Town Council will dig into another full plate of business when it meets Monday night in the big studio at the WCAT facility behind Wakefield Memorial High. Here are examples of the anticipated discussions: • Town Engineer William Renault is expected to present a strategic plan for comprehensive town-wide road repair and maintenance. • Representatives from the Wakefield Alliance Against Violence are scheduled to explain the White Ribbon Campaign, an annual awareness program in March that addresses male violence. • Student winners of the RESPECTfully Poster Project Contest will be recognized and all entires will be displayed. • Members of the Wakefield Center Neighborhood Association are planning to improve the entryway to the Spaulding Street Playground at the Lower Common. Monday night, they will give councilors all the...

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