Resilient Class of 2021 soars into a bright future...

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Published June 9, 2021 By DAN TOMASELLO LYNNFIELD — In the aftermath of an incredibly challenging and daunting senior year, the Lynnfield High School Class of 2021 was able to celebrate its impressive accomplishments during commencement exercises on Friday, June 4. While the COVID-19 pandemic forced Lynnfield High to hold drive-up graduation and socially distant graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2020 last spring and summer respectively, the high school was able to hold a mostly traditional ceremony last Friday. Similar to prior years, the 171 graduates sat on the field of Pioneer Stadium together for one last time. The stands and sidelines were full of proud family members, friends and town officials, who frequently cheered the graduates during the hour-long ceremony. ECSTATIC Lynnfield High School graduates toss their mortarboards in the air at...

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Town Meeting is Saturday at LHS...

Jun 9, 2021 by

Published June 9, 2021 By DAN TOMASELLO LYNNFIELD — With COVID-19 virus regulations now lifted, Lynnfield Recreation will be offering summer trips for children once again. Lynnfield Rec was unable to hold its “Rec-Ventures” trips last summer due to the global pandemic, but the popular trips are back this year for children entering third grade and older. “Kids entering grade 9 and 10 are welcome and will be able to stay in their own group,” Recreation Director Julie Mallett stated in a program booklet. “The bus leaves and returns to Lynnfield Middle School. There will be no refunds or account credits given if parents and guardians cancel anytime within two weeks of a trip unless they have a doctor’s note. If people cancel before the two weeks, a credit will be put on their...

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Lynnfield Rec’s popular trips returning this summer...

Jun 9, 2021 by

Published June 9, 2021 By DAN TOMASELLO LYNNFIELD — With COVID-19 virus regulations now lifted, Lynnfield Recreation will be offering summer trips for children once again. Lynnfield Rec was unable to hold its “Rec-Ventures” trips last summer due to the global pandemic, but the popular trips are back this year for children entering third grade and older. “Kids entering grade 9 and 10 are welcome and will be able to stay in their own group,” Recreation Director Julie Mallett stated in a program booklet. “The bus leaves and returns to Lynnfield Middle School. There will be no refunds or account credits given if parents and guardians cancel anytime within two weeks of a trip unless they have a doctor’s note. If people cancel before the two weeks, a credit will be put on their...

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Pioneers split games against Hornets...

Jun 9, 2021 by

Published June 9, 2021 NORTH READING — The LHS baseball team had to deal with two different Hornets in one week. The Pioneers traveled to North Reading on Thursday before hitting the road again to meet Manchester-Essex on Saturday.  THE PIONEERS have been excited to take the field during a stretch in which they’ve won five of their last seven games. (Courtesy Photo) Lynnfield fell to North Reading 3-2 but beat Manchester-Essex 8-0, bringing their record to 6-7 on the season. The Pioneers have been playing good baseball recently as they have won five of their last seven games.  Mirroring their epic nine-inning battle that ended 2-1 North Reading in the season-opener, the two teams played yet another close game at Carey Park. It was 2-1 Lynnfield after the first inning but the Hornets...

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Girls’ lax continues to improve in challenging season...

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Published on June 9, 2021 By STEPHEN MARTELLUCCI LYNNFIELD — Two years ago, the Lynnfield High girls’ lacrosse team finished at 11-8 as they lost in the first round of the Division 2 North state tournament to Tyngsboro. The roster from that team and this year’s team is almost completely turned over as only three players, the tri-captains, Jen Flynn, Maddy Murphy and Molly Murphy are back. Five seniors graduated from the 2019 team while seven seniors did not get to play last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. With such an inexperienced roster, the team has really struggled this spring. THE GIRLS’ lacrosse seniors are officially graduates of Lynnfield High. Pictured are Jen Flynn, Ella Gaudette, Kyara Glinski, Paige Leuci, Maddy Murphy, Molly Murphy, Ava O’Brien, Erin Sharkey and Caroline Sprince. (LHS Girls’ Lacrosse...

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Girls’ tennis cruises past Ipswich, Triton...

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Published June 9, 2021 By DAN TOMASELLO LYNNFIELD — The girls’ tennis team easily dismantled both of its opponents last week. The Pioneers (7-2) began last week defeating Ipswich 4-1 on June 1. Senior captain Emma Gallucci won her first singles match in three sets. After dropping the first set 4-6, Gallucci secured a 6-4 victory during the second set and a 10-7 win during the third set tiebreaker. THE GIRLS’ TENNIS TEAM celebrated Senior Day with a 5-0 victory over Triton on June 3. Front row, from left, seniors Gabi Mellor, Emily Goguen, Ava Buonfiglio, captain Megan Nevils and captain Emma Gallucci. Back row, from left, Dave Mellor, Michelle Mellor, Jen Goguen, Chris Goguen, Stacey Buonfiglio, Nancy Nevils and Tim Nevils. Missing from photo are parents Paul Buonfiglio, Keri Gallucci and Andrew Gallucci....

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