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Sports Lead: July 8, 2020

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PHOTO: Beating the heat

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Lynnfield baseball returns in Northeast League

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Tie Tyngsboro in season opener Published July 8, 2020 By STEPHEN MARTELLUCCI LYNNFIELD — Lynnfield has had a team in the Middlesex Senior Babe Ruth league the past several seasons. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the league will not be playing this summer. Instead, Lynnfield will field a team in the Northeast Baseball League this season. Lynnfield used to have a team in the league many years ago. The manager is Anthony Martinho who has coached district and Bay State League teams in town for many years. “We...

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Sports Lead: July 1, 2020

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National restarts put fall sports in jeopardy

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Published July 1, 2020 By DAN PAWLOWSKI  LYNNFIELD — High school sports are nostalgic by nature.  So, the prospect of altering or even canceling a fall season is alarming for many across the country even in the midst of a pandemic.  According to an Associated Press article by Jim Vertuno published on June 22, some high schools are welcoming back football players to participate in annual summer workouts. It has become a tradition, especially in states considered to be football hotbeds such as Texas and Florida.  According to Vertuno, football powerhouse...

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Sports Lead: June 24, 2020

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Annual LAA Fourth of July Road Race going virtual

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Published June 24, 2020 By DAN TOMASELLO LYNNFIELD — The Lynnfield Athletic Association’s 53rd annual Fourth of July Road Race will be virtual this year. Lynnfield Athletic Association President Amy Nardone said the nonprofit organization was forced to hold a virtual race due to the ongoing COVID-19 virus pandemic. “Unfortunately because of the pandemic, LAA couldn’t hold the traditional 5K on July 4, so we went 100 percent virtual this year,” said Nardone. “A virtual race can be run or walked anytime and anywhere, even indoors on a treadmill....

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Summer season update from Lynnfield Little League

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Published June 24, 2020 The following is an update from Lynnfield Little League’s Board of Directors about a potential start date for their summer season. Updates can be found on their website: www.lynnfieldlittleleague.com. Like every Little League Board of Directors across Massachusetts, we have been agonizing over whether to hold a summer baseball season, and if we do, how it would function within Governor Baker’s Phase 2 and (hopefully) Phase 3 guidelines for physical distancing, masks, sanitization, and occupancy limits. We are pleased to report that at our board meeting on...

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Sports Lead: June 17, 2020

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Sports trivia

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Published June 17, 2020 By STEPHEN MARTELLUCCI While waiting for most sports to return due to the Coronavirus pandemic, try testing your knowledge with this sports trivia game. There are three sets of questions and each set has seven questions each. The point total is higher in each round but the questions get more difficult. The first round is worth two points each while the second is worth four. The final seven questions are eight points each for a grand total of 98 points. 80-98 points: You really know...

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