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From youth sports to adult leagues; from the playoff-bound to those reminiscent of the Bad News Bears, Lexington Patch wants to see athletes of all ages in action this spring!
There are already close to 600 Lexington Kindergarten to 6th-grade players registered with Lexington United Soccer Club's spring in-town soccer program.
Lexington’s fifth-grade boys team claimed the 2013 Middlesex League Championship – Silver Division title last weekend.
You can register online for Lexington-Bedford Youth Hockey's 2013-2014 travel season.
A 1997 Lexington High graduate, McDuffee was killed while breaking up a fight in 2002, just two months shy of his graduation from Bates College, where he captained the lacrosse team.
The No. 6 seed Lexington High team hosts No. 11 Boston Latin at 7 p.m. this Wednesday, Feb. 27 in the MIAA North Division 1 Tournament.
A Change(.org) gonna come?
The goal of the game is to increase awareness and help support the Susan G. Komen organization to raise money to fight against breast cancer disease.
The Bruins could be primed for a championship run in a lockout-shortened NHL season. So in honor of the hockey's anticipated return, let's rewind to September 2011, when Claude and the Cup visited LPD.
Sports, Holiday Guide
Lexington High hosts Burlington at 10:15 a.m. this morning for their annual Thanksgiving football game.
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