BOYS WIN DIVISION 3 RELAYS ON THE WEEKEND
Both track teams competed in the Massachusetts State Track Coaches Association Division 3 Relays Championship on Jan. 22 in Boston. Burlington won the championship with a final score of 55 points. The Devils were awarded medals for 7 out of 10 events they competed in. Congrats to the team on another exciting championship win! As for the girls, they finished in third place with 32 points. You can check out the results for the girls and boys by clicking here
The girls team are now (3-1 overall) and the boys remain undefeated (4-0 overall) both are back at the Track at New Balance on Jan. 26 against Wilmington.
GIRLS GYMNASTICS WON OVER MIDDLESEX LEAGUE OPPONENT, MELROSE
Lady Devils (3-1 overall) are on a roll with their third win of the season, 138-132, over Melrose on Jan. 20.
Burlington will face Woburn Memorial High School on Jan. 26 at BHS.
BOYS GYMNASTICS UNDEFEATED
Red Devil Gymnastics (3-0 overall) had a meet at home on Jan. 19. against Braintree, Lowell and Newton North. Burlington came in first place with 134 points, Newton North (111.9), Braintree (109) and Lowell (64.1).
The Red Devils meet in Braintree on Jan. 23 has been postponed.
DEVILS WRESTLING OUTSCORED BY WINN ST. RIVAL, COMPETES IN COLTER ABELY TOURNEY IN CT.
The Burlington Wrestling team (6-8 overall) lost against their Middlesex League rival the Woburn Tanners, 54-25, on Jan. 18 with pins by Jaden Alford, Marcus Tucci and Tyler Vadnais. Burlington competed against 16 other schools during the Colter Abely Mid Season Classic in Connecticut on Jan. 21 The Devils came in 16th place out of 19th with 103 points. For a full list of the results click here
Burlington will be back at home on Jan. 25 for a meet against Wakefield Memorial High School.
GIRLS HOCKEY SKATE PAST WAKEFIELD
Burlington (7-4-1 overall) ended up in a tie against Malden Catholic, 0-0, on Jan.18. The Devils bounced back against Wakefield, 5-1, on Jan 21. Goals in the game came from sophomore Mary Kate Hayes (2), senior Abigail Souza (1), sophomore Caitlyn Tremblay (1) and eighth grader Katherine Geswell (1).
The girls will have be at the Ed Burn Arena in Arlington on Jan. 25.
BOYS HOCKEY FALL TO WAKEFIELD AT STONEHAM ARENA
Burlington (2-6-2 overall) drop another game against Wakefield 3-1, on Jan. 21. The lone goal in the game came from junior Jackson Powers.
Burlington will be on the road in Arlington on Jan. 25.
GIRLS B-BALL FALL TO TWO GAMES ON THE ROAD
Burlington (4-7 overall) were defeated by Belmont, 65-39, on Jan. 17 Leading offensively was sophomore Savanna Scali (13 points), seniors Alyvia Pena (10 points) and Cassidy Soohoo (8 points). The girls suffered another loss against Wakefield, 53-25, on Jan. 20. Arlington High School in their home court, 58-37, on Jan. 10. Leading offensively was senior Alyvia Pena (23 points) and sophomore Savanna Scali (16 points).
Burlington will be back at home against Woburn on Jan. 24.
BOYS B-BALL HOT STREAK ENDS IN WAKEFIELD
Red Devils (10-2 overall) winning streak came to an abrupt halt after the Wakefield Warriors defeated them, 56-42, on Jan. 20.
Burlington will be at Woburn Memorial High School on Jan. 24 to face the Tanners.
BOYS SWIMMING WIN AGAINST WINCHESTER
The Red Devils (2-4 overall) fell to Watertown at home,91-71, on Jan. 10. Burlington competed at the Burbank YMCA in Reading on Jan. 14 where they lost 92-73. Burlington came away victorious with an 88-81 win over Winchester on Jan. 17.
Burlington will be on the road in Haverhill on Jan. 24.