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Burlington High Teams Continue in the Fall Season

We are hitting the Mid-point of the season and a few Burlington Teams are still undefeated.


On Friday, September 27th the Boys Varsity Golf Team traveled to the Billerica Country Club to take on the Winchester Sachems. The boys lost big in that meet with a final score of 48-24. The Red Devils were supposed to be back in action on Wednesday afternoon against the Wakefield Warriors, but that meet has been postponed to a later date. Burlington will travel to Stoneham to take on the Spartans on Thursday afternoon.

Girls & Boys Soccer:

Girls Varsity Soccer traveled to Melrose to take on the Red Raiders on Friday afternoon. Unfortunately, the Lady Devils lost in a shutout of 4-0. The girls traveled to Wakefield to take on their division rivals, the Warriors on Wednesday afternoon. The girls lost in a close game 2-1, They will be back in action on Friday afternoon as they take on the Lexington Minutemen on the road. The team currently stand at (1-7-1) in their conference.

The Boys Varsity Soccer team headed for a divisional match up in Melrose on Friday afternoon to visit the Red Raiders. The Red  Devils didn’t get the job done, as they were defeated by their rival in a 3-0 shutout.

Girls Volleyball:

It was 8-0 verses 7-1 at the Burlington High School Gymnasium where the Girls Varsity Volleyball team faced the Melrose Red Raiders. The Lady Devils defeated the team in a tough 5 set match. Although the team had home advantage, they were considered the underdog in that game. On Wednesday afternoon the girls hosted a divisional game against the Wakefield Warriors. The Lady Devils won that match 3 to nothing , and 5 kills were made by Sophomore Nicole Pellegrino. With that win the girls are currently (9-1) in their conference. They will take on the Lexington Minutemen on Friday afternoon at BHS.


The Burlington Red Devils Football Team is riding high at (3-0) in their conference. They traveled to visit the Watertown Red Raiders last Friday night who at the time was (2-0). They finished that match up in a very close game 21-20 Burlington. The team will be back at home on Friday at 4:30 pm against the Wakefield Warriors.

Boys and Girls Cross Country:

On Wednesday afternoon the Boys and Girls Cross Country teams traveled up Interstate-95 to take on the Stoneham Spartans. The boys record improves to (3-0), as they defeated the Spartans 42-19. However, the girls lost their match in Stoneham 33-25. The girls stand at (1-2) in their conference. Both teams will be back next Monday afternoon in Wakefield to take on the Warriors.

Girls Field Hockey:

Lady Devils Field Hockey had a very tough match up at home on Wednesday, as they faced the Lexington Minutemen. Burlington managed to only score one goal, while the Minutemen scored 8 goals. The team moves to (3-5-1) on the season, and will be on the road on Friday afternoon to take on the Arlington Spy Ponders.