The Duxbury boys’ lacrosse team beat the defending Connecticut state champsionship Fairfield Prep Jesuits over the weekend 9-6, in a battle that solidified a winning streak typical of the former state championship team. 

Read more: Big win for boys’ lacrosse

DateOpponent Site Time Result

 

Sat. 3/29    Wayland-Scrimmage   Away

 

Wed. 4/2    Barnstable                Home        4:00pmLoss 3-2

Thu. 4/3    Marshfield                 Away         4:00pmWin 5-0

Mon. 4/7    *Pembroke               Home         4:00pm

Wed. 4/9    *Middleboro             Away         4:00pm

Fri. 4/11    *Silver Lake               Home        4:00pm

Mon. 4/14  *Hingham                Away         4:00pm

Wed. 4/16  *Quincy                  Away         4:00pm

Mon. 4/28  *North Quincy          Away         4:00pm

Tue. 4/29   Barnstable               Away         4:00pm

Wed. 4/30  *Whitman-Hanson    Home        4:00pm

Fri. 5/2      *Hanover                Away         4:00pm

Mon. 5/5    *Scituate                Home        4:00pm

Wed. 5/7    *Silver Lake            Away         4:00pm

Fri. 5/9      *Whitman-Hanson    Away         4:00pm

Tue. 5/13   *Quincy                 Home        4:00pm

Thu. 5/15   *Hingham              Home        4:00pm

Fri. 5/16   Plymouth North       Home         4:00pm

Mon. 5/19   Marshfield             Home        4:00pm

 

*Patriot League Match

Head Coach – John Bunar

 

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Duxbury High School baseball coach Gordon Cushing hasn’t had much of a chance to see his team in action during their preseason thanks to Mother Nature, but what he has seen has him optimistic that the Dragons are going to pick up right where they left off in 2013.

Read more: Power to the pitching

spoDUXgb1-The old sports cliché says that offense wins games but defense wins championships. The Duxbury girls basketball team brought their trademark defense that won them the South Sectional Championship with them to the TD Garden to play the North champion Arlington Catholic Cougars on March 11, but they couldn’t muster enough offense to keep their season alive.

The Dragons could never overcome a two-point first quarter and suffered their first and only defeat of the season, 40-27, to bow out of the Division II state championship tournament.

Read more: No Garden party for girls' basketball