Friday, April 3, 2009

EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for April 2nd


Keith Morreale (pictured above) pitched a 7 inning 2-hiiter with 9K's to lead North Quincy to a (4-2) win over Pembroke.

St. John's Prep's Mike Yastrzemski belted a homerun to go along with 3 RBI's to lead the Eagles to a (17-1) drubbing of Methuen.

Catcher Steve McCluskey drove home 4 runs to help lead King Philip to a (5-4) nailbiter over HOCK member Franklin.

Mike Marchionda picked up the win on the hill while also helping with the bat (2-3, 3RBI) as Trinity Catholic beat Maimonides (7-2).

Whitman-Hanson's John Bilunas hit a 3 run dinger while also striking out nine Lakers as the Panthers defeated Silver Lake (7-1).

Tim Stuart had quite a day at the plate (3-4, 2 runs, 2 RBI) to pace Ashland to a (9-6) Tri-Valley League victory over Norton.

Weston's Sahil Bloom and Chris Conlon both went (2-3, 3 RBI) to lead the Wildcats to a (15-2) annihilation of Cathedral.

Andrew Permutter went (3-4) to lead to way as Dover-Sherborn doubles up Bellingham (10-5).


EMASS Softball Players of the Day for April 2nd



Nicole D'Argento (pictured above) allowed only one hit while piling up 21 strikeouts to pace Ashland to a (15-1) pasting of Norton.

West Bridgewater's Adria Kotsiopoulos struck out 10 in 5 innings while also going (3-4, 3 RBI) in the Wildcats (13-0) whitewashing of Diman.

Gianna DeSisto went (4-6, triple, 3 RBI) to propel Whitman-Hanson to a (20-12) victory over Silver Lake.

Stoneham's Danielle Fusconi had 2 hits to pace the Spartans to a (5-2) victory over Chelmsford.

Morgan Lindberg (3-4) lead the way as Bishop Feehan knocked off Brockton (5-3) in non league action.

Greater Lowell's Kristen Gunn pitched a complete game, 10 strikeout masterpiece in the circle as the Gryphons defeated Tyngsboro (12-6).

Cara Daly banfed a monstrous 2-run homer to lead King Philip over Franklin (7-2) in Hockomock League action.

Revere's Christina Gravellese had (2 hits, run, 2 RBI) to help the Patriots to a (7-2) non league win over Waltham.

Kara Lewis did it all for Wesport, (10K's in 5 innings, 2 hits, RBI), to lead the Wildcats to a (13-0) shellacking of Diman.

Amesbury's Michelle Ring had 5K's in her complete game victory (9-3) over Andover.

Catie Cawley went 5 innings amassing 7 strikeouts to propel Fontbonne to a (15-0) drubbing of Mt. Alvernia.

Sacred Heart's Marissa Melchionda pitched a complete game 2-hitter to go along with 5K's to lead the Fighting Saints to a (8-0) shutout of Blue Hills.


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for April 2nd


This is a feature done daily to make sure that all EMASS girls scores are tabulated in their entirety. I did this for EMASS basketball in the winter because so many scores were missing.


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Boston English--12
Madison Park--11

Snowden--24
Boston International--12


CATHOLIC CONFERENCE

Fontbonne--15
Mt. Alvernia--0


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

King Philip--7
Franklin--2


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Cape Cod Tech--3
Old Colony--2

Sacred Heart--8
Blue Hills--0

Westport--16
Tri-County--0

West Bridgewater--13
Diman--0


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Whitman-Hanson--20
Silver Lake--12


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Ashland--15
Norton--1

Bellingham--11
Dover-Sherborn--1


NON-LEAGUE

Bishop Feehan--5
Brockton--3

Revere--7
Waltham--2

Amesbury--9
Andover--3

Greater Lowell--12
Tyngsboro--6

Shawsheen--19
Presentation of Mary--4

Stoneham--5
Chelmsford--2


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for April 2nd


This is a feature done daily to make sure that all EMASS Boys scores are tabulated in their entirety. I did this for EMASS basketball in the winter because so many scores were missing.


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Brighton--5
East Boston--2

South Boston--9
West Roxbury--7


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

King Philip--5
Franklin--4


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Norfolk Aggie--15
Tri-County--14


PATRIOT LEAGUE

North Quincy--4
Pembroke--2

Whitman-Hanson--7
Silver Lake--1


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Ashland--9
Norton--6

Dover-Sherborn--10
Bellingham--5


NON-LEAGUE

Apponequet--4
Coyle-Cassidy--3

Arlington--3
Belmont--1

Boston Latin--8
Latin Academy--5

Somerville--5
Northeast--4

Trinity Catholic--7
Maimonides--2

Weston--15
Cathedral--2

St. John's Prep--17
Methuen--1


Thursday, April 2, 2009

EMASS Softball Players of the Day for April 1st


This is a feature I did for boys and girls basketball in the winter and am going to continue for baseball and softball for the spring. Obviously when more games are played there will be more players of the game.

Courtney Parker (pictured above) of Bellingham had quite a day. She pitched a no-hitter, had 18K's, went (2-4) at the plate, of course including a homerun, as the Blackhawks belted Millis (13-0).

Mikaela Carney
went (3-3, 2 doubles, 5 RBI) in North Reading's (17-2) drubbing of Pentucket.

Bishop Feehan's Lexy Sturdy (3 hits, 4 RBI) paced the Shamrocks past Seekonk (8-4).

Nancy Henry had a complete game 4 strikeout shutout in the circle as Sandwich defeated Martha's Vineyard (3-0).

Sharon's Brittany Whiting allowed only 2 hits to go along with her 9K's as the Hockomock League Eagles defeated Brookline (13-0).

Natalie Matta (4 hits, 4 runs) lead the Norwood Mustangs to a (15-8) no-league win over the Brockton Boxers.

Bourne's Chelsea Bouloise (5 hits) lead a potent Canalmen attack as they pasted Falmouth (14-4).

Vanessa Alvarez (3 hits, 2 singles, triple) paced Attleboro to a (9-5) non-league (not for long) win over Mansfield.

Westwood's Katie Loftus spun a complete game, 5 strikeout, shutout as the Wolverines defeated Needham (5-0).

Danielle McMahon and Brianna Huard combined on a 5 inning no-hitter as Mashpee crushed Provincetown (15-0).

Cardinal Spellman's Jess DeRenzo (4 hits) paced the Cardinals to a (10-3) drubbing of Marian.

Alex Alicea (4 hits, 3 doubles, 5 RBI) lead a potent Hanover attack as they demolished Abington (20-4).

Silver Lake's Katie Stanley (8K's in the circle, 2 hits, 2 RBI) was all the Lakers needed to defeat Notre Dame (Hingham) (14-6).

Amber White pitched a 7 strikeout complete game to propel Middleboro over Wareham (5-4).

Duxbury's Laura Wolter (4-4, 3 RBI) lead the Dragons to a (9-5) win over Plymouth North.

Julia Hasenfus (3-3, 3 RBI) was the offensive force in Dedham's (9-1) pasting of Ursuline.

South Shore Voc's Alicia Monahan (4-4, 4 RBI) was part of an offensive explosion as the Vikings crushed Upper Cape (20-1) in Mayflower League action.


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for April 1st


This is a feature I did for boys and girls basketball in the winter and am going to continue for baseball and softball for the spring. Obviously when more games are played there will be more players of the game.

Bridgewater-Raynham's Eddie Campbell hurled 5 no-hit innings striking out 14 as the Trojans nipped Whitman-Hanson (1-0).

Joe Flynn (pictured above) pitched 6 1/3 innings with 13K's to lead Plymouth North to a (7-2) win over Duxbury.

Zach Littman went (3-4, 2 runs, 2 RBI) in Abington's (9-4) victory over Canton.

Cory Laliberte pitched a complete game 3-hitter as Durfee snuck by Falmouth (3-2).

Dover-Sherborn's Chris Law pitched a 6 inning one hitter in the Raiders (23-0) drubbing of Marian.

Lucas Bomback had 2 homeruns in Case's (5-4) victory over West Bridgewater.

Silver Lake's Matt Burgess pitched 2 1/3 innings earning the save while also belting a homerun to lead Lakers to a (14-6) win over Marshfield.

Devin Askew had a 5 inning, 1-hit pitching outing to lead Norton past Foxboro (3-1).

Seekonk's Matt Quinn threw a 6 inning one-hitter to propel the Warriors past Wheeler (RI) (8-0).

John Ainsley had 3 hits and scored 3 runs to pace North Quincy past Brockton (14-3).

Mansfield's Joey Swindells pitched a 3-hit, 6-strikeout complete game to catapault the Hornets past Attleboro (10-2).

Dave Floro went (3-3, Walk, run, 3 RBI) to lead Stoughton past Taunton (7-6).

East Bridgewater's Dave Pierce pitched 6 2/3 innings garnering 5k's in the Vikings (4-3) win over Plymouth South.


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for April 1st

This is a feature done daily to make sure that all EMASS Boys scores are tabulated in their entirety. I did this for EMASS basketball in the winter because so many scores were missing.

BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Burke--13
Boston International--12

Latin Academy--12
Dorchester--2


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Bellingham--10
Millis--4

Medfield--10
Medway--5


NON-LEAGUE

Abington--9
Canton--4

Bridgewater-Raynham--1
Whitman-Hanson--0

Cohasset--9
Cardinal Spellman--6

Dover-Sherborn--23
Marian--0

Durfee--3
Falmouth--2

East Bridgewater--4
Plymouth South--3

Hanover--8
Norwell--7

Mansfield--10
Attleboro--2

Middleboro--6
Wareham--5

North Quincy--14
Brockton--3

Plymouth North--7
Duxbury--2

Silver Lake--14
Marshfield--6

Stoughton--7
Taunton--6

Case--5
West Bridgewater--4

Harwich--4
Chatham--2

Bishop Stang--6
Diman--3

Norton--3
Foxboro--1

Sturgis--10
Provincetown--5

west Roxbury--7
Dedham--6

Fairhaven--4
Westport--2

Seekonk--8
Wheeler (RI)--0


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for April 1st

This is a feature done daily to make sure that all EMASS girls scores are tabulated in their entirety. I did this for EMASS basketball in the winter because so many scores were missing.

BOSTON CITY

Hype Park--7
New Mission--0


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

North Reading--17
Pentucket--2


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

South Shore Voc--20
Upper Cape--1


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Bellingham--13
Millis--0


NON-LEAGUE

Bishop Feehan--8
Seekonk--4

Cohasset--6
Nantucket--4

Dedham--9
Ursuline--1

Duxbury--9
Plymouth North--5

Hanover--20
Abington--4

Malden--7
Boston Latin--0

Matignon--8
Somerville--7

Middleboro--5
Wareham--4

Norton--12
Foxboro--11

Norwood--15
Brockton--8

Sandwich--3
Martha's Vineyard--0

Sharon--13
Brookline--0

Silver Lake--14
Notre Dame (Hingham)--6

Stoughton--4
Quincy--2

Weymouth--5
Oliver Ames--4

Attleboro--9
Mansfield--5

Case--6
New Bedford--5

Harwich--23
Chatham--1

Bourne--14
Falmouth--4

Holliston--2
Hopedale--1

Lawrence--22
Presentation of Mary--2

Westwood--5
Needham--0

Mashpee--15
Provincetown--0


Wednesday, April 1, 2009

EMASS Football--Marblehead Head Coaching job

The Marblehead Magician's head football coaching position opening has been removed from the miaa.net website.

According to the athletic office, they have narrowed the choices down to about 10 select applicants and expect to name the coach in the next couple of weeks.




EMASS Softball Player of the Day for March 31st

This is a feature I did for boys and girls basketball in the winter and am going to continue for baseball and softball for the spring. Obviously when more games are played there will be more players of the game.

Freshman Kelly Norton had 10 K's in 6 innings as Abington shutout Rockland (4-0).

Westport's Kara Lewis had 13 strikeouts in 7 innings as the Wildcats defeated Bristol-Plymouth (3-2).

Amber White pitched 6 no-hit innings while striking out 4 in Middleboro's (16-0) shellacking of Carver.

Sandwich's Nancy Henry pitched a 4 strikeout complete game masterpiece in the circle as the Blue Knight's defeated Barnstable (6-2).

West Bridgewater's Taylor Miller and Lauren Baker had RBI doubles to pace the Wildcats to a (9-3) victory over Bishop Connolly.

Izzy Velez had a complete game 8 strikeout performance as Avon bested Sacred Heart (7-4).

Cohasset's Kerry Naegelin pitched a 2 hitter along with 10 K's as the Skippers thwacked Hingham (17-1).

Lauren Tarpy pitched seven shutout innings, allowing only 3 hits along the way to pace Notre Dame (Hingham) over Nazareth (7-0).








EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for March 31st

This is a feature I did for boys and girls basketball in the winter and am going to continue for baseball and softball for the spring. Obviously when more games are played there will be more players of the game.

West Bridgewater's Andrew Drass had a complete game shutout along with 9 strikeouts in the Wildcats (11-0) win over Chatham.

Dan O'Day and Zach Sullivan had 3 RBI's apiece in Barnstable's (10-6) win over Sandwich.

Hanover's Matt Gerish went 2-4 in the Indian's (6-1) win over Norwell.

Ryan Lewis went (2-4, 5 rbi) plus pitched 6 innings with 7 K's in North Quincy's (8-0) win over Brockton.

Middleboro's Evan Anderson threw a complete game 2-hitter as the Sachem's defeated Carver (2-1).

Chad Snow went (2-4, 3 rbi) to lead Old Rochester to a (4-3) out of state victory over Barrington RI.

Wesport's Nick Friar tossed a one-hitter with 14 K's as the Wildcats defeated Holbrook (6-1).

Greg Downs (4-4, 2 runs-2 rbi) paced the Marshfield Rams to a (9-1) pasting of Rockland.




EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for March 31st

This is a feature done daily to make sure that all EMASS girls scores are tabulated in their entirety. I did this for EMASS basketball in the winter because so many scores were missing.

MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Diman--12
Blue Hills--2

Old Colony--20
Chatham--5

Avon--7
South Shore Voc--4

Tri-County--5
Sacred Heart--4

Wesport--3
Bristol-Plymouth--2

West Bridgewater--9
Bishop Connolly--3

NON-LEAGUE

Abington
--4
Rockland--0

Middleboro--16
Carver--0

Sandwich--6
Barnstable--2

Notre Dame (Hingham)--7
Nazareth--0

Cohasset--17
Hingham--1


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for March 31st

This is a feature done daily to make sure that all EMASS boys scores are tabulated in their entirety. I did this for EMASS basketball in the winter because so many scores were missing.

MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

West Bridgewater--11
Chatham--0

Wesport--6
Holbrook--0

NON-LEAGUE

Barnstable--10
Sandwich--6

Hanover--6
Norwell--1

North Quincy--8
Brockton--0

Middleboro--2
Carver--1

Old Rochester--4
Barrington (RI)--3

Marshfield--9
Rockland--1

Quincy--6
Brighton--4

Scituate--7
Cohasset--0




Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Umpires should follow rules, too


I was looking for a baseball rule and how I should interpret it and came across this piece about a "Code of Conduct" for umpires and thought it was spot on.

Professionalism

"What do you mean professionalism, I'm only a high school umpire?"

Attend any collegiate or national umpiring conference, and one of the first words you hear out the keynote speakers mouth is professionalism. One and all think to them selves, "I've got that covered, where is the SEC assignor?" You generally here this "conference professionalism" described as, look the part of an umpire, be groomed neatly, have a tailored uniform, always polish your shoes, etc., etc. We have all heard it, and everybody is going to hear it again. Don't get me wrong, these are important keys to becoming the best umpire you can, but if all it took was polished shoes, and shaving every morning to become an NL umpire, we'd have 1000 times as many umpires as players.

When I'm talking about professionalism, I'm talking about an attitude or better described as a confidence and knowledge that should be carried by all umpires. From the 14 year old umpires working their first year of little league, to 30 year veterans working the NCAA Div. 1, College World Series. This confidence ISN'T arrogance, it is a confidence in knowing that when you walk onto that field, you are there to do a job as defined by your rule book and to enforce your rules as defined by common sense, the spirit of those rules, and interpretation of those rules by your case book. As a umpire you have one of the least forgiving, least understood, and most under-appreciated jobs in the world. You must be prepared, before you walk onto that field, for anything to happen, and expect that anything to happen on every pitch. Being a true professional prepares you for that.

The two items that compose this professionalism are knowledge and confidence. A basic knowledge is required to umpire baseball period, but a true knowledge of umpiring lies a complete understanding of the rules, correct positioning, and proper mechanics.

1. An understanding of the rules, is probably the easiest cornerstone of umpiring to grasp. Begin with a basic knowledge and expand it. Read 10 pages of your rule book a day during baseball season. It takes ten minutes, and will expand your comprehension of the rules enormously.

2. Correct positioning is in the simplest terms, angle and distance. Understand that having a proper angle is more important that being five feet from the play. Most umpires use two-man mechanics and it isn't possible to be standing directly behind the bag to make each call. Know where you need to be, get a good angle, see the play, and make the call.

3. Proper mechanics allow you as an umpire to correctly communicate with your partner, and to allow your self as an umpire to be in the best possible position to see the play. Proper two-man mechanics get you in correct position, and lets the rest fall into place.

The confidence portion of professionalism, is really the part of umpiring that you won't find in the rule book. This confidence allows you to deal with situations that don't normally occur, and to best handle outlying factors during a game. Utilizing these six keys will make the greatest difference in your ability to umpire effectively.

1. Get the call right!

If you have to sell the call, then you probably didn't get the call right. I don't like hearing from association presidents "if all else fails, sell the call." It is better to stop and discuss the situation with your partner, and even get the rule book out if necessary, and ultimately get the call right, then to decide something on the fly and have it come back to bite you in the end. Our job as umpires is to be the final authority during a baseball game, and that requires for you to get the call correct at all costs. Use your keys of understanding the rules, correct positioning and proper mechanics to put you in the best frame of mind and best position to make the call and to get it right.

2. Competitiveness

Accept the fact the every player is giving their maximum effort, you should too. Being lazy will let the game slip away from you. As an umpire you have to be willing to call the first pitch of the game the same way you call the last pitch of the game. If you don't your going to be in trouble. Realize that every pitch means something to someone on that field, and it should be important to you also. That 0-2 pitch, in the bottom of the fifth inning, that is low and outside may mean you get to go home if you call it a strike, but it may be the only at bat this player gets all month long. If you call a strike because you want to go home, you have done yourself and those players a disservice, you should have found somebody else to do the game for you. That pitch is important to that player, and it should be important to you.

3. Every blue shirt doesn't come with a license for respect

Just because you wear an umpire uniform doesn't mean you deserve respect. You don't deserve anything until you earn it. If you walk onto the field with the attitude that no matter what you call you are always right, then you do deserve something. You deserve to have that manager stapled to back riding you the entire game. Earn your respect with confidence, your knowledge of the rule, correct positioning, and proper mechanics.

4. Don't be afraid to answer questions

Answer all reasonable questions with reasonable answers. If a manager has a reasonable question, then tell him why you made the call the way you did. Don't allow a manager to use this chew on you, but use it as a tool to diffuse a situation and regain the confidence of players and managers. Remember, if you don't give a reasonable answer your not going to get a reasonable response.

5. Don't be the judge, jury and executioner

Your job is to umpire the game, not to pass judgment on individuals. Some players may not be the most outstanding of individuals, but don't let that distract you from what your job is. Accept the players for what they are, baseball players, and do your job, umpire the game. Control the game as necessary, and never pass judgment on players.

6. Most importantly, leave the game on the field!

Once the last strike is called, leave the baseball game on the field. Use the situations that happened during the game to make you a better umpire by going back and reading your rule book or asking another umpire, but that is as far as it goes. Managers that ate you up during that game are just regular people outside the diamond, as are you. Don't let a situation that occurred during the game relive itself somewhere else. Decide how the situation could have been handled better, learn from it, and let it go.

If you as an umpire can combine all these elements into your job, that is when you are a professional. We all have fell short at one time or another during a baseball game, but use those situations and these keys to continually improve as an umpire, and each time you walk onto the field think of yourself as a professional and your job as an umpire will become one that continually is filled with satisfaction.

source:baseballumpires.com


2009 BOSTON BRUINS ICE HOCKEY SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD WINNERS

For seven years, the MIAA and Boston Bruins have partnered to honor one worthy student-athlete from every boys and girls ice hockey league in the state. These student-athletes were selected by representatives from their league for best exemplifying a commitment to the ideals of sportsmanship throughout the season by meeting the following criteria:


· An exemplary record of complying, both in spirit and letter, with all league and MIAA rules and

regulations during the season.

· A demonstrated record of respectfully accepting the rulings of game officials during the season.

· A record of conduct, on and off the ice that brings honor to self, team, school, and community.

· An exhibited commitment to teamwork by providing all members with recognition of their

talents, an opportunity to contribute them to the team, and a spirit of camaraderie.

· A demonstrated respect for opponents before, during, and after games.



The recipients of the 2009 Boston Bruins Ice Hockey Sportsmanship Awards are listed below. These student-athletes will be honored on Tuesday, March 31 at the TD Banknorth Garden during the second intermission of the Boston Bruins game against the Tampa Bay Lightning.



GIRLS LEAGUES

Bay State League Justine Hasson – Braintree High School

Cape Ann League/Northeastern Conference Rachel Blanchard – Shawsheen Valley Technical High School

Catholic Central League Michelle Golden – St. Mary’s High School (Lynn)

Catholic Conference Jacqueline O’Brien – Mount Saint Joseph Academy

Middlesex League Rebecca Papa – Woburn Memorial High School

SEMGHL – North Kelly White – Canton High School

SEMGHL – South Meg Muncey – Duxbury High School



BOYS LEAGUES

Atlantic Coast League Kevin Johnson – Plymouth South High School

Bay State League Jack Brown – Milton High School

Berry Division Liam Kearney – Minnechaug Regional High School

Big Three Chad Amaral – Durfee High School

Boston City League Anthony Caruso – East Boston High School

Cape Ann League Keaton Cashin – Masconomet Regional High School

Catholic Central League – Division 1 Brian Walsh – Arlington Catholic High School

Catholic Central League – Division 2 Sean Simas – Saint Clement High School

Commonwealth Athletic Conference Brian Viglirolo – Minuteman Regional High School

Coughlin Conference Joe McGillicuddy – Nashoba Regional High School

Coughlin Conference Stephen Amblo – Oakmont Regional High School

Eastern Athletic Conference Andrew Desrosiers – Somerset High School

Greater Boston League Ralph Faia – Everett High School

Hennessey League Taylor DiSantis – Saint Joseph Central High School

Hockomock League Kevin Gilbert – Stoughton High School

Mayflower League Matt Petruzzo – Cape Cod Regional Technical High School

Middlesex League Paul Conceison – Burlington High School

MVC/DCL Division 1 Danny Murphy – Waltham High School

MVC/DCL Division 2 Patrick Hebble – Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School

MVC/DCL Division 3 Andrew Klegman – Newton South High School

Northeastern Conference Tim Wilkinson – Danvers High School

Old Colony Brent Leal – Taunton High School

Quinn Conference Sean O’Keefe – Hudson High School

Roy Conference Justin O’Connell – Algonquin Regional High School

South Coast Conference Logan Cederholm – Wareham High School

South Shore League John Devlin – Chatham High School

Tri-Valley League James Paras – Hopkinton High School

Wright Division Peter Schofield – Chicopee Comprehensive High School

Wright Division Joseph Skawinski – Chicopee High School


Sunday, March 29, 2009

EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for March 28th

This is a feature done daily to make sure that all EMASS girls scores are tabulated in their entirety. I did this for EMASS basketball in the winter because so many scores were missing.


NON-LEAGUE

Cohasset--15
Hingham--3


NO PLAYERS OF THE DAY TODAY

NO GAMES, NO PLAYERS OF THE DAY OR..

GAMES BUT NO GAME STORIES TO PICK A PLAYER OF THE DAY.



NO GAMES SCORES REPORTED TODAY

NO GAMES FOUND FOR TODAY.