A Cinderella Season for Bedford’s Eighth-Grade Boys Division 2 Travel Basketball Team

Special to The Bedford Citizen

The Bedford 8th Grade Boys Travel Basketball team wrapped up its most memorable season this past Sunday at the Mass Premier Courts in Foxboro, losing in the Division 2 Championship game to Walpole 75-62. Bedford finished the regular season with a respectable 7-5 record in the D2W division of the Metro-West Basketball League, and entered the playoffs as the #7 seed in the highly competitive North bracket. The Bucs got hot at the right time and went on a tear in the playoffs, beating #10 Framingham 49-38, #2 Medford 52-48, #11 Woburn, 65-57, and #3 Mansfield 51-41, before losing to Walpole in the championship game.

BHS Ski Racers Filosa, Carluccio and Schwartz Compete in the Massachusetts Alpine Ski Championships

Submitted on behalf of the BHS  Ski Team

Three members of the Bedford High School Ski Team, seniors Matt Carluccio and Maddie Filosa, along with freshman Jay Schwartz, competed in the MIAA High School Championship at Wachusett Ski Area on February 27th.  They raced in both Giant Slalom and Slalom events against about 250 male and female ski racers from public and private schools throughout Massachusetts; the skiers represented all 10 Massachusetts regional conferences.

BHS Ice Hockey Team Pulls Off Come-From-Behind Win to Move to MIAA Quarter-Finals on Saturday Afternoon

By Jeff JHO Hoyland & Caitlin Pequeno

If you had listened to the chatter that the BHS Boys Ice Hockey team had posted on social media, you would understand that they have been ready for this playoff game since they came out of the womb. There was only one thing on their mind – WIN ON WEDNESDAY

The Bedford Boys Hockey team played a tremendously hard-fought game this past Wednesday the 27th, at the O’Brien Rink in Woburn, ending in a come-from-behind- win after the defeat of Manchester Essex in a nail-biting overtime.

BHS Boys Ice Hockey Need One More Win to Advance to the Playoffs

By Caitlin Pequeno & Jeff Hoyland

Editor’s Note: Twitter tells us, at 6 pm on Thursday, that the team has qualified for the playoffs with today’s 5-3 win over Holliston in their final regular game of the season.

The Bedford Buccaneers boys hockey team had a huge sweep against Minuteman Tech on February 18th. The boys started off strong with a goal from junior Anthony Incerto in the first quarter. They finished the first period tied 1-1.

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