Boys tennis, boys lacrosse and baseball all wrapped up their regular seasons, and all three have spots in the postseason tournament.

         Tournament seeds were picked on Wednesday, the Raiders drew a seventh seed. They will open the postseason Thursday, May 31, with a home game against Walpole; the winner will play the winner of the Quincy-North Attleboro match.

         Now, as Wellesley prepares for the tournament they realize that “there will be a lot of good teams. Most of them we can beat,” said Sabin.

         The top two singles players, Mitchell Henry and Andrew Neville, were named BSC all-stars last week. And although “from last year to this year Andrew Neville has improved the most,” Sabin identified two freshmen, Jeremy Neville and Gordon Peters, as the most improved this season.

  Boys Lacrosse

Wellesley dropped its regular-season finale 9-6 to Walpole to end at 16-4.

Chris Patten scored four goals, with Peter Jennings adding two, but the Raiders never led after the first quarter, despite outshooting the Rebels, 37-23.

The fifth-seeded Raiders will play Arlington, an 11-10 winner over Hopkinton, in the first round of the Division 2 South tournament on Friday, June 1, at 5 p.m.


Wellesley dropped its final two games of the season, 7-3 to Walpole and 12-1 to Braintree, ending its regular season at 8-12.

The Raiders, who earned the 25th and final seed in the bracket, will open the Division 2 South tournament Thursday, May 31, at Plymouth South. Should they win that game, Wellesley will play the winner of Apponequet and Duxbury.