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The Wahconah boys lacrosse team made history on Wednesday night. The third-seeded Warriors held off No. 1 Sandwich to win the first MIAA Division IV state championship in program history.
On Wednesday at Worcester State, the Warriors finished their season by upending No. 1 Sandwich in the state title game.
Wahconah boys lacrosse practiced for the final time on Tuesday in Dalton. The Warriors will suit up once more for Wednesday's State Championship game against Sandwich.
Wahconah scored the final two goals on Saturday, with 7 seconds left in regulation, and then Billy O'Neill's game-winner in OT to beat Cohasset and advance to the title round.
This week in the Designated Hitter column, Howard Herman grades out the first full year of the MIAA's new state tournament format.
MANCHESTER — Ainsley Abel scored a game-high four goals but the Mounties ran out of gas in the MIAA D-IV state tournament, falling to top-seed…
A year later and the Warriors are right back in the state semifinals, with full intentions on finishing the job.
A slow start was overcome with strong ball movement for the Warriors, as they moved on to the Elite Eight with a Saturday win in Dalton.
On Saturday in Dalton, the Warriors advanced through the Sweet 16 and into the MIAA quarterfinals with a runaway win over the Hornets.
Devin Lampron and Billy O'Neill had eight goals a piece as the Warriors rolled into Round 2.