Saturday, April 11, 2009

EMASS Softball Player of the Day for April 10th



Players of the Day for Friday, April 10, 2009.


Abby Belcher (pictured above in catcher's gear) provided the power (3-3, HR, 3 RBI's) as Winthrop crushed Everett (10-1).


Cheyenne Howard spun a 6 strikeout no-hitter to lead New Bedford past Dartmouth (4-0).


Wilmington's
Tori Lord (shutout, 3 hitter, 2 K's) was tremendous in the circle as the Wildcats beat Tewksbury (4-0).


Lindsey Fry (5 hits, HR, 2B) was part of a huge offensive explosion as Nantucket demolished Chatham (29-4).


Amesbury's Michelle Ring (CG, 5K's and 2 hits at the dish) was instrumental in the Indians (6-5) Cape Ann League win over Triton.


Alicia Briggs (shutout, 2-4, 2 RBI's) did it all as Haverhill whitewashed Pentucket (12-0).


Lynn Classical's Katie Fitzgerald (3-3, 4 runs, 2 RBI's) lead the attack as the Rams defeated Revere (16-6).


EMASS Baseball Player of the Day for April 10th



Players of the Day for Friday, April 10, 2009.


Tom Morris (pictured above, sitting) hurled a complete game 3-hitter with 13 strikeouts to lead Newburyport to a (9-1) drubbing of Triton.


Tewksbury's Rob McVey (CG, 3-hitter, 10 K's plus 2 hits, double, run scored) provided all the firepower as the Redmen beat Salem (8-1).


Kevin Singer (2-3, 2 runs, 5 RBI's) powered North Reading to a (14-6) pasting of North Andover.


Bourne's Charlie Small (3 RBI's), including the game winning RBI as he paced the Canalmen to their first victory of the season over Martha's Vineyard (4-3).


Wilson Mercado (3-5, 3 runs, HR, 5 RBI's) provided the bulk of the offense as Lynn Classical thwacked Revere (14-6) in NEC action.


Old Colony's Jon Dean (5-5, 3 runs, RBI and got the "W") paced the Cougars to a (12-3) pummeling of Avon.


Jimmy Cadogan (1B, 2B, 3B, 3 runs) was the offensive sparkplug in leading Ipswich to a (9-5) win over Lynnfield.


Haverhill's Ronnie Rosario (2-4, 2 runs) lead the Hillies to a (6-5) non-league win over Whittier.


Jake Pugh (2 hits, 2B, 2 runs, 2 RBI's) powered Tyngsboro past Greater Lowell (9-4).

Beverly's Mark Theriault (2 hits, HR, 3 RBI's) provided a majority of the Panthers offense as they defeated Wakefield (11-5).


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for April 10th



For games played on Friday, April 10, 2009.


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Amesbury--6
Triton--5


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Lynn Classical--16
Revere--6


NON-LEAGUE

Haverhill--12
Pentucket--0

Malden--10
Melrose--9

New Bedford--4
Dartmouth--0

Winthrop--10
Everett--1

Wilmington--4
Tewksbury--0

Nantucket--29
Chatham--4


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for April 10th



For games played on Friday, April 10, 2009.


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

North Reading--14
North Andover--6

Ipswich--9
Lynnfield--5

Newburyport--9
Triton--1


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Old Colony--12
Avon--3


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Lynn Classical--14
Revere--9


NON-LEAGUE

Beverly--11
Wakefield--5

Haverhill--6
Whittier--5

Tewksbury--8
Salem--1

Bourne--4
Martha's Vineyard--3

Lawrence--14
Greater Lawrence--1

Tyngsboro--9
Greater Lowell--4


Friday, April 10, 2009

EMASS Softball Player of the Day for April 9th



Players of the Day for Thursday, April 9, 2009.


Rae Copan (pictured above) pitched a 3 hit, 12 strikeout complete game as Newton North upended Saugus (5-2).


Ashland's Nicole D'Argento (I know, I know, but look at the numbers) (shutout, 9 K's, 5-5, 3 HR's, 2 doubles, 8 RBI's) has got to be from another planet as she single handedly beat Millis (15-0).


Sara Elwell (CG, 4 hitter, 16 K's) was immense in the circle as Shawsheen dispatched Mystic Valley (7-1).


Bristol-Plymouth's Samantha Doyle had a Nolan Ryan type line (no-hitter, 18 K's, 8 BB's) and the Craftsmen doubled up Blue Hills (4-2).


Kylie Kozlowski (4-4, 3 RBI's) lead Quincy to a (11-6) Patriot League win over Whitman-Hanson.


Bellingham's CC Rogers (shutout, 10 K's, 2-4, HR, double, RBI) was tremendous as the Blackhawks defeated Medfield (5-0) in Tri-Valley League action.


Hillary Tarr had a five inning no-hitter to go along with three strikeouts as Cardinal Spellman devoured Archbishop Williams (15-0).


Nichole Eisenmann (CG, 2-hit shutout, 13 K's) was intense in the circle as East Bridgewater beat Hull (3-0).


Hopkinton's Michelle Cooprider (shutout, 10 K's, HR, triple, 2 RBI's, 2 runs) paced the Hillers to a (6-0) win over Medway.


Julie Plante pitched a 5-hit, 14 strikout gem in the circle as Case doubled up on Old Rochester (4-2).


Mansfield's Bri Chiusano (5-5, double) powered the Hornets to a (3-2) non-league win over Natick.


Gina Sicuso (2-4, grand slam) had a spectacular day in leading Stoneham to a (5-3) Middlesex League win over Wakefield.


EMASS Baseball Player of the Day for April 9th



Players of the Day for Thursday, April 9, 2009.


Memphis bound Dan Langfield (pictured above) had a complete game, 2-hit, 17 strikeout effort in leading Somerset to a (6-0) win over Dartmouth.


Lynn English's Jonathan Surette had 11 strikeouts as the Bulldogs pounded Saugus (11-4).


Eddie Campbell fired a two-hit shutout and knocked in two runs to lead Bridgewater-Raynham to a (12-1) thumping of Brockton.


Bishop Fenwick's Pat Barrett (3-3, 3 RBI's) powered the Crusaders past St. Mary's (8-7).


Justin MacCutcheon (3-5, grand slam) provided the offensive support needed to propel Woburn over Lexington (11-6) in Middlesex League action.


North Attleboro's Mike Ferguson (2-hitter, 11K's) lead the Red Rocketeers to an (8-1) victory over Oliver Ames in a Hockomock League battle.


Phil Scivetta (3-hit shutout, 2 doubles, 3 RBI's) was the entire story as Duxbury pounded Silver Lake (9-0).


Tewskbury's Ronnie Wallace (2-hit shutout) was magnificent on the hill as the Redmen defeated Wilmington (5-0).


Nick Hyman (3 hits, 2 RBI's) powered Millis to a Tri-Valley League victory over Ashland (10-7).


North Andover's Alex Jilson (3 hits, 3 RBI's) lead the way as the Scarlet Knights upset Andover (10-7).


Tom Fitzpatrick (CG, 10 K's, 3-run HR) had all the right stuff as Archbishop Williams crunched Cardinal Spellman (8-4).


Abington's Steve Perakslis (3-5, HR, 6 RBI's) provided the muscle as the Green Wave pasted Cohasset (16-2).


Medfield's Korey Kuzmich (4-4, 6 RBI's) lead the way as the Warriors belted Bellingham (14-3).


Middleboro's Tony Maranda (3-5, grand slam, 5 RBI's) powered the Sachems to a (15-12) Patriot League win.


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for April 9th



For games played on Thursday, April 9, 2009.


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Boston English--24
South Boston--14


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

North Reading--4
Triton--2

North Andover--7
Wilmington--4


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Austin Prep--8
Matignon--2

Cardinal Spellman--15
Archbishop Williams--0

St. Mary's--4
Bishop Fenwick--1

Marian--6
Cathedral--0


COMMONWEALTH CONFERENCE

North Shore--11
Greater Lowell--7

Shawsheen--7
Mystic Valley--1

Whittier--13
Minuteman--7

Greater Lawrence--19
Presentation of Mary--9

Northeast--18
Lynn Tech--3


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Canton--4
Stoughton--3

King Philip--14
North Attleboro--2


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Cape Cod Tech--3
South Shore Voc.--2

Avon--16
Upper Cape--1

Bristol-Plymouth--4
Blue Hills--2

Harwich--9
Mashpee--3

Chatham--26
Southeastern--21

Diman--12
Tri-County--3

Old Colony--21
Holbrook--2

West Bridgewater--4
Sacred Heart--2


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Lexington--1
Woburn--0

Reading--19
Winchester--3

Stoneham--5
Wakefield--3


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Beverly--3
Peabody--2


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Duxbury--6
Silver Lake--5

Hanover--14
Randolph--3

Middleboro--21
Pembroke--1

North Quincy--4
Rockland--2

Quincy--11
Whitman-Hanson--6


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Apponequet--7
Fairhaven--4

Dighton-Rehoboth--11
Seekonk--1

Greater New Bedford Voc.--10
Bourne--1

Case--4
Old Rochester--2


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Cohasset--6
Abington--2

East Bridgewater--3
Hull--0

Norwell--7
Carver--5


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Bellingham--5
Medfield--0

Hopkinton--6
Medway--0

Holliston--18
Dover-Sherborn--3

Ashland--15
Millis--0

Westwood--7
Norton--6


NON-LEAGUE

Arlington Catholic--14
Medford--2

Brockton--5
Bridgewater-Raynham--3

Burlington--5
Malden--1

Dedham--5
Foxboro--1

Framingham--6
Lincoln-Sudbury--4

Lynn English--8
Everett--1

Lynnfield--7
Revere--3

Mansfield--3
Natick--2

New Bedford--7
Taunton--4

Newton North--5
Saugus--2

Oliver Ames--15
Needham--0

Andover--10
Amesbury--5

Barnstable--18
Falmouth--3

Westport--10
Bishop Connolly--4

Somerset--5
Dartmouth--3

Martha's Vineyard--8
Dennis-Yarmouth--7

Newburyport--15
Gloucester--0

Salem--6
Georgetown--2

Chelmsford--18
Westford Academy--6

Lynn English--8
Everett--1

Tyngsboro--14
Notre Dame Academy--7


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for April 9th



For games played on Thursday, April 9, 2009.


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Braintree--3
Needham--2


Weymouth--9

Brookline--2



BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Brighton--5
South Boston--3


Hyde Park--12

Boston International--8



CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Rockport--14
Manchester Essex--7



CATHOLIC CENTRAL

Archbishop Williams--8
Cardinal Spellman--4


Austin Prep--14

Matignon--4


Bishop Fenwick--8

St. Mary's--7


Trinity Catholic--9

Cathedral--3


COMMONWEALTH CONFERENCE

North Shore--8
Greater Lowell--4


Northeast--16

Chelsea--5


Greater Lawrence--9

Lynn Tech--8


Shawsheen--16

Mystic Valley--5


Whittier--10

Minuteman--2



DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Bedford--4
Tyngsboro--3



HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

North Attleboro--8
Oliver Ames--1



MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Holbrook--9
South Shore Voc.--1


Westport--17

Tri-County--3


Upper Cape--10
Chatham--7


West Bridgewater--11

Blue Hills--3


Old Colony--18

Avon--1



MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Methuen--5
Dracut--4



MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Burlington--11
Watertown--2


Reading--3

Winchester--1


Wakefield--14

Stoneham--1


Woburn--11

Lexington--6


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Gloucester--8
Winthrop--3


Lynn English--11

Saugus--4



PATRIOT LEAGUE

Duxbury--9
Silver Lake--0


Hanover--17

Randolph--2


Hingham--13

Scituate--7


Middleboro--15

Pembroke--12


North Quincy--6

Rockland--4


Quincy--6

Whitman-Hanson--2



SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Old Rochester--13
Case--0


Seekonk--10

Dighton-Rehoboth--8


Apponequet--7

Fairhaven--4


Greater New Bedford Voc.--11

Bourne--1



SOUTH SHORE

Abington--16
Cohasset--2


East Bridgewater--15

Hull--3


Norwell--7

Carver--2


Harwich--8

Mashpee--0



TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Hopkinton--12
Medway--5


Medfield--14

Bellingham--3


Dover-Sherborn--6

Holliston--1


Millis--10

Ashland--7


Westwood--7

Norton--3


NON-LEAGUE

Arlington--4
Malden Catholic--3


Barnstable--13

Falmouth--9


BC High--12

Lowell--5


Bridgewater-Raynham--12

Brockton--1


Catholic Memorial--9

Central Catholic--6


Franklin--9

Westborough--8


Malden--13

Revere--3


Martha's Vineyard--16

Dennis-Yarmouth--5


Somerville--10

St. Clement--0


St. John's Prep--3

St. John's (Shrewsbury)--2


Tewksbury--5

Wilmington--0


Wayland--6

Wellesley--1


Westford Academy--5

Chelmsford--2


Xaverian--14

Waltham--0


Diman--13

Bishop Connolly--1


Billerica--3
Concord-Carlisle--2


New Bedford--5

Taunton--2


North Andover--10

Andover--7


Somerset--6

Dartmouth--0


Provincetown--8

New Testament--2



Thursday, April 9, 2009

EMASS Softball--Games that are be excluded

I know during basketball season there is confusion as to what a team's record is come tournament time because some teams elect to exclude games. It really comes in to play as the season is winding down. Many coaches try to determine whom they might be playing in the tournament so they can go scout teams that are record-wise on their radar.


The problem arises when some teams, based on MIAA rules, elect to exclude games played against defined "EXCLUSION SCHOOLS". Here is the link to the "MIAA's Exclusion Schools". This ultimately changes the team's record for the tournament draw. Though this process has to be completed and submitted to the MIAA by the team excluding the game before the first game of the season, it seems that coaches and teams are in the dark as to who is or isn't excluding. Hopefully this will help eliminate the coaches end of the year scrambling. So without further ado here are the games being excluded by the teams under the heading of "School", the opponent being excluded in their won-lost total and game date that they are NOT counting.


Example: If you look below you will see that North Attleboro elected not to count their game against Bishop Feehan that was already played. So even though North Attleboro lost (0-1) against Bishop Feehan, for tournament purposes they would be (0-0). Bishop Feehan's record still stays at (1-0) regardless.

Softball Game Exclusions




SchoolOpponentGame Date
Avon Middle/High SchoolUrsuline4/8/09
Avon Middle/High SchoolUrsuline4/20/09
Beverly High SchoolMedford4/16/09
Beverly High SchoolSomerville5/2/09
Blue Hills Regional HSNantucket4/3/09
Blue Hills Regional HSNantucket5/12/09
Boston Latin AcademyMalden4/1/09
Boston Latin AcademyMalden4/6/09
Fairhaven High SchoolNew Bedford4/4/09
Fairhaven High SchoolNew Bedford5/13/09
Mashpee High SchoolMartha's Vineyard4/27/09
Mashpee High SchoolNantucket5/9/09
Mount Alvernia High SchoolFontbonne4/2/09
Mount Alvernia High SchoolFontbonne5/12/09
Mount Alvernia High SchoolNotre Dame (H)4/7/09
Mount Alvernia High SchoolNotre Dame (H)4/28/09
Mount Saint Joseph AcademyFontbonne4/28/09
Mount Saint Joseph AcademyFontbonne4/7/09
Mount Saint Joseph AcademyNotre Dame (H)5/5/09
Mount Saint Joseph AcademyNotre Dame (H)5/5/09
North AttleboroBishop Feehan4/8/09
North AttleboroBishop Feehan5/6/09
Oliver Ames High SchoolNew Bedford5/22/09
Our Lady of Nazareth AcademyFontbonne4/15/09
Our Lady of Nazareth AcademyFontbonne5/5/09
Our Lady of Nazareth AcademyNotre Dame (H)3/31/09
Our Lady of Nazareth AcademyNotre Dame (H)4/29/09
Our Lady of Nazareth AcademyUrsuline4/7/09
Our Lady of Nazareth AcademyUrsuline4/27/09
Plymouth South High SchoolNotre Dame (H)3/27/09
Plymouth South High SchoolNotre Dame (H)5/8/09
Sandwich High SchoolBarnstable3/30/09
Sandwich High SchoolBarnstable5/18/09
Westport High SchoolBishop Stang4/8/09
Westport High SchoolBishop Stang5/18/09


EMASS Baseball--Games that being excluded

I know during basketball season there is confusion as to what a team's record is come tournament time because some teams elect to exclude games. It really comes in to play as the season is winding down. Many coaches try to determine whom they might be playing in the tournament so they can go scout teams that are record-wise on their radar.


The problem arises when some teams, based on MIAA rules, elect to exclude games played against defined "EXCLUSION SCHOOLS". Here is the link to the "MIAA's Exclusion Schools". This ultimately changes the team's record for the tournament draw. Though this process has to be completed and submitted to the MIAA by the team excluding the game before the first game of the season, it seems that coaches and teams are in the dark as to who is or isn't excluding. Hopefully this will help eliminate the coaches end of the year scrambling. So without further ado here are the games being excluded by the teams under the heading of "School", the opponent being excluded in their won-lost total and game date that they are NOT counting.


Example: If you look below you will see that North Quincy elected not to count their games against Brockton that were already played. So even though North Quincy was (2-0) against Brockton, for tournament purposes they would be (0-0). Brockton's record still stays at (0-2) regardless.

Baseball Game Exclusions




School Opponent Game Date
Cardinal Spellman Bishop Stang 5/15/09
Cardinal Spellman Bishop Stang 5/18/09
Case Somerset 4/4/09
Case Somerset 5/9/09
Chelmsford BC High 4/8/09
Danvers St. John's Prep 5/23/09
East Boston Malden Catholic 4/6/09
East Boston Malden Catholic 5/19/09
Fairhaven Coyle & Cassidy 4/3/09
Fairhaven Coyle & Cassidy 4/25/09
Gr. New Bedford RVTHS New Bedford 5/23/09
Hopkinton (exluding doubleheader) St. John's Prep 4/22/09
Lowell BC High 4/9/09
Lowell Malden Catholic 5/7/09
Marshfield Bridgewater Raynham 4/27/09
Methuen St. John's Prep 4/2/09
Methuen St. John's Prep 4/17/09
North Quincy Brockton 3/30/09
North Quincy Brockton 4/1/09
Plymouth South Bridgewater Raynham 5/9/09
Sandwich Barnstable 3/30/09
Sandwich Barnstable 5/18/09
South Boston Medford 4/15/09
South Boston Medford 4/22/09
Tewksbury BC High 5/25/09
Wachusett BC High 4/24/09
Wachusett Catholic Memorial 5/23/09
*Weymouth Bishop Feehan 4/22/09
*Weymouth Malden Catholic or 4/24/09

Xaverian



*Weymouth Tournament

Weymouth will be excluding

both games they play in their

own tournament





EMASS Softball Player of the Day for April 8th



Players of the Day for Wednesday, April 8, 2009.


Liz Dimascio twirled a 16K, shutout in the circle as Braintree thwacked Walpole (14-0).


Revere's Paige Licata (4-4, 3B, 4 RBI's) missiled the Patriots past Somerville (9-5).


Keliann Kirby (check this stat sheet out) had a career in one day as she pitched (2-hitter, 14 K's) and hit (4-5, 2 triples, 2 HR's, 5 RBI's) Marian to a (16-2) pounding of Trinity Catholic.


Quincy's Kori Sorensen (pictured above) pitched a 4-hit, 11 strikeout shutout at the Presidents pardoned Silver Lake (3-0).


Newburyport's freshman Molly Rowe (CG, 4K, 3-hitter) looks to a have a bright future in the circle as the Clippers sheared Haverhill (3-1).


Rebecca DiBiase pitched a 2-hit, 8K shutout while driving in the only Wellesley run in a (1-0) victory over Bay State rival Framingham.


Lynn Classical's Katie Fitzgerald (2-2, run scored, 4 RBI's) lead the onslaught as the Rams head butted Cambridge (14-0).


Nicole D'Argento (yup, her again) pitched a 9K, one-hit shutout in the circle as Ashland whitewashed Dover-Sherborn (18-0).


Milton's Brenna Callahan pitched a one-hitter and for good measure posted these numbers at the dish (4-5, triple, 6 RBI's) to lead the Wildcats to (15-0) scratching of Brookline.


Noelle Christmas (4-5, HR, and pick up the win in the circle) propelled Plymouth South to a (14-3) pasting of Dennis-Yarmouth.


Hanover's Ericka Stearns (4-4, 2 HR's, 4 RBI's) was the chief reason the Indians had no reservations about Pembroke (18-1).


Michelle Cooprider (10 K's, 2 hits) was the offensive and pitching star as Hopkinton defeated Millis (10-1).


Durfee's Caitlin Carey (4-5, 2 doubles) helped power the Hilltoppers offensive explosion as they pummeled Dartmouth (17-2).


Gianna DeSisito (3-4, 3B, 5 RBI's) contributed to the offensive onslaught as Whitman-Hanson blasted Hingham (22-1).


EMASS Baseball Player of the Day for April 8th



Players of the Day for Wednesday, April 8, 2009.


Jeff Blout tossed a 16 strikeout, one hitter to lead Duxbury to a (16-0) pasting of Scituate in Patriot League action.


Swampscott's Hunter Gordon (10K's, 4-hitter) lead Big Blue to a (10-1) thrashing of Danvers.


Wesport's Nick Friar (6 IP, 12K's, one-hitter) propelled the Wildcats to a (10-0) shutout of Bishop Connolly.


Chris Carmain pitched a complete game, 2-hit, 10K shutout to help St. John's Prep defeat Gloucester (6-0).


Eric Fallon (CG, 2-hit shutout) paced the Walpole Rebels to a scintillating (1-0) Bay State League win over Braintree. (my thanks to the reader named savage for reminding me)


Norton's
Eddie Hannon (pictured above) hurled a complete game 3 hit shutout with 10 strikeouts as the Lancers best Holliston (6-0) in Tri-valley League action.


Dylan Carnes (4 hits, Double, RBI) paced Waltham to a drubbing of Medford (21-8).


Plymouth North's Matt Walsh (3-3, HR, 4 RBI's) gave the Eagles all the offense they needed to stay undefeated as they nipped Sandwich (6-5).


Josh Chasse (3-4, 4 RBI's) provided the offensive impetus in Haverhill's (13-3) win over Methuen.


Brockton's Nick Fedor (1B, 2B, 3b, 3 RBI's) helped the Boxers to their first win of the year as they defeat Taunton (10-4).


Anthony Disciscio (4-4, 2B, 2 runs scored) propelled St. Mary's to a (11-5) drubbing of Archbishop Williams.

Coyle-Cassidy's Andy Lalli (2-run HR, 2-run 3B) powered the Warriors to a (9-5) EAC victory over Bishop Stang.

Ryan Mahan had a 3-hit, 12 K, complete game masterpiece as North Shore upended Mystic Valley (4-2).


Silver Lake's Matt Burgess (CG, 9 K's) lead the Lakers to an (8-3) win over Quincy.


Matt Boulter (CG, Win, 3-run HR) was a one man wrecking crew as Bishop Feehan nipped North Attleboro (6-3).


Durfee's Corey Laliberte pitched a 10 strikeout, 3 hitter as the Hilltoppers drubbed Dartmouth (10-1).


Bob Nadell (3-4) helped an explosive Cardinal Spellman offense to a (8-6) victory over Arlington Catholic.


Marshfield's Phil Whitaker (CG, 1-hiiter, 5 K's) hurled the Rams to a (7-0) shutout of Nauset.


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for April 8th



For games played on Wednesday, April 8, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE

Nauset--10
Marshfield--9


Plymouth South--14

Dennis-Yarmouth--3


Sandwich--5

Plymouth North--4



BAY STATE LEAGUE

Braintree--14
Walpole--0


Milton--15

Brookline--0


Natick--3

Weymouth--2


Norwood--10

Newton North--2


Wellesley--1

Framingham--0


Dedham--15

Needham--0



BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Boston English--40
Fenway--14


Burke--12

Hyde Park--9


East Boston--19

Boston International--4


Latin Academy--9

South Boston--2


Madison Park--13

Brighton--12



CAPE ANN LEAGUE

North Reading--6
Amesbury--2



CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE

Lowell Catholic--9
Pope John--8


Marian--16

Trinity Catholic--2


Matignon--18

St. Clement--3



CATHOLIC CONFERENCE

Notre Dame (Hingham)--12
Ursuline--0



EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Coyle-Cassidy--6
Bishop Stang--3



HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Franklin--3
Mansfield--1


Stoughton--15

Foxboro--5



MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE


Dracut--4
Central Catholic--3



MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Woburn--4
Stoneham--0



PATRIOT LEAGUE

Duxbury--10
Scituate--5


Hanover--18

Pembroke--1


Randolph--6

North Quincy--5


Whitman-Hanson--22

Hingham--1


Quincy--3

Silver Lake--0



TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Bellingham--9
Medway--0


Hopkinton--10

Millis--1


Medfield--7

Westwood--2


Ashland--18

Dover-Sherborn--0


Holliston--11

Norton--1


NON-LEAGUE

Beverly--8
North Andover--1


Bishop Feehan--20

North Attleboro--4


Masconomet--17

Gloucester--5


Greater New Bedford Voc.--4

Diman--1


Revere--9

Somerville--5


Rockport--3

North Shore--2


South Shore Christian--18

South Shore Voc.--10


Taunton--6

Brockton--4


Weston--9

Mt. Alvernia--0


Lynn Classical--14

Cambridge--0


Newburyport--3

Haverhill--1


Nantucket--17

Mashpee--7


Sacred Heart--5

Norwell--3


Durfee--17

Dartmouth--2


Chelmsford--9

Westford Academy--5



EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for April 8th



For games played on Wednesday, April 8, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE

Dennis-Yarmouth--16
Plymouth South--10


Marshfield--7

Nauset--0


Plymouth North--6

Sandwich--5



BAY STATE CONFERENCE


Framingham--3
Wellesley--2


Norwood--8

Newton North--2


Walpole--1

Braintree--0


Weymouth--13

Natick--12


Milton--2

Brookline--1



BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Boston English--12
Boston International--0


Hyde Park--14

Burke--4



CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Newburyport--5
Pentucket--2


North Reading--12

Ipswich--0


North Andover--4

Wilmington--2



CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE

Cardinal Spellman--8
Arlington Catholic--6


St. Clement--14

North Cambridge Catholic--0


St. Mary's--11

Archbishop Williams--5



COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

North Shore--4
Mystic Valley--2



EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Coyle-Cassidy--9
Bishop Stang--5



HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Foxboro--4
Oliver Ames--3


Franklin--7

Mansfield--3



MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Chatham--17
Norfolk Aggie--3


Diman--9

Cape Cod Tech--0


Southeastern--2

Tri-County--0


West Bridgewater--15

Upper Cape--3



MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Billerica--4
Lowell--3



MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Burlington--8
Winchester--7


Watertown--13

Melrose--5



NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Swampscott--10
Danvers--1


Peabody--7

Beverly--5



PATRIOT LEAGUE

Duxbury--16
Scituate--0


Middleboro--7

Rockland--1


North Quincy--19

Randolph--3


Pembroke--9

Hanover--7


Silver Lake--8

Quincy--3


Hingham--5

Whitman-Hanson--2



SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Apponequet--6
Case--5


Dighton-Rehoboth--13

Old Rochester--6



TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Hopkinton--4
Millis--3


Bellingham--11

Medway--4


Norton--6

Holliston--0


Westwood--4

Medfield--3



NON-LEAGUE
BC High--2
Chelmsford--1


Bishop Feehan--6

North Attleboro--3


Brockton--10
Taunton--4


Carver--10

Wareham--1


Durfee--10

Dartmouth--1


Everett--4

Marblehead--1


Lynnfield--10

Saugus--7


Malden Catholic--9

East Boston--3


Mashpee--17

Nantucket--5


Somerville--9

South Boston--3


St. John's Prep--6

Gloucester--0


Waltham--21

Medford--8


Lincoln-Sudbury--2

Xaverian--2


Lawrence--8

Malden--0


Westport--10

Bishop Connolly--0


Haverhill--13

Methuen--3


Andover--1
Cambridge--0



Wednesday, April 8, 2009

EMASS Softball Player of the Day for April 7th



Players of the Day for Tuesday, April 7, 2009


Julie Plante fired a no-hitter in the circle to go along with 15 K's to lead Case to a (10-0) shutout of Apponequet.


Notre Dame's (Hingham) Jess Crimaldi fired a 5K, no-hitter as the Cougars dispatched Mt. Alvernia (15-0).


Noel Christmas
(besides being a member of the all-name team) hurled a complete game one-hitter as Plymouth South destroyed Falmouth (12-0).


Kelli Jo Deardorff (15 K's, 4 hits) lead Shawsheen to a (10-3) trouncing of Greater Lowell.


Greater New Bedford Voc.'s Jessica Collins had 13K's in the circle to pace the Bears to a (16-7) trouncing of Wareham.


Nicole Brenza (5-5, double, triple, 3 RBI's) was the offensive star as Bridgewater-Raynham shellacked Stoughton (13-1).


Lawrence's Lucy Francisco (HR, double, 5 RBI's) powered the Lancers to a (12-2) victory over Greater Lawrence.


Casey Ducinski pitched a 5-hit shutout as Duxbury defeated Quincy (4-0).


Holly Robinson (pictured above) (4 hits, HR) lead Martha's Vineyard to a (16-7) win over Nantucket.


Salem's Sarah Chasse fired a complete game 3-hitter to pace the Witches to a (2-0) shutout over Somerville.


Samantha Barone (HR, double, 3 RBI's) powered Blue Hills to a (11-4) win over Tri-County.


Ipswich's Kerry Desmond pitched a 9K, complete game in the circle as the Tigers defeated North Reading (9-3).


Adria Kostiotoulos (CG, 3-hitter, 4K's) lead West Bridgewater to a (7-0) whitewashing of Westport in Mayflower League action.


Silvie Cohen (2 doubles, 5 RBI's) propelled Marblehead to a (24-1) pasting of Manchester-Essex.


Hull's Rachel Allen (5IP, 12 K's) pitched the Pirates to a (22-1) drubbing of South Shore Christian.


Meg Flaherty (4-5, 6 RBI's) was the offensive star as Medway devoured Dover-Sherborn (20-3).


Bishop Fenwick's Alyssa Begin (complete game, 8K's) shut out Austin Prep (7-0).


Diana Bean (3-4, 4 RBI's) powered Danvers past Swampscott (12-4).


Dighton-Rehoboth's Jen Lundstrom struck out 12 as the Falcons defeated Old Rochester (11-1).


Ashleigh Duarte (4-5, HR, 4 RBI's) propelled Fairhaven past Bourne (20-4).


EMASS Baseball Player of the Day for April 7th


Players of the Day for Tueday, April 7, 2009.

Tom Ryan pitched 7 innings amassing 10 strikeouts as Walpole cruised past Dedham (7-2).


Tyngsboro's Dan Ubele pitched a one-hitter through 5 innings while also belting 2 doubles and having 2 RBI as the Tigers slipped by Lowell Catholic (6-4).


Joe Flynn hurled another masterpiece with 13 K's and 0 walks in Plymouth North's (13-0) shellacking of Dennis-Yarmouth.


Greater Lawrence's Angel Rivera (3-4, 2 runs, 2 RBI's) paced the Reggies past Chelsea (7-3).


Brendan Cardona pitched a complete game one-hitter to go along with 10 K's as New Bedford edged Attleboro (2-1).


Tyler Richards (5-5, 4 RBI's) lead Holbrook to a (22-1) pounding of Norfolk Aggie.


Marblehead's Ian McKinley (2-3, 2 runs 2 RBI's) helped pace the Magicians past Saugus (8-6).


Corey Comeau huled a four strikeot complete game as Rockland blanked Pembroke (6-0).


Georgetown's Joe Esposito (3-4, 2 runs, 2 RBI's) lead the Royals to a (15-4) drubbing of Manchester-Essex.


Greg Downs (2-3, 2 RBI) helped the Marshfield Rams escape with a (9-8) win over Sandwich.


North Reading's Bobby Rasano hit a grand slam in the Fighting Hornets (12-0) shutout of Ipswich.


Sam Philbrook (CG, 2 hits, 6 K's) lead Old Colony to a (2-0) pitcher's duel over Cape Cod Tech.


Northeast's Dave Papagni (4-5, 3-run HR) lead the onslaught as the Golden Knights defeated Lynn Tech (13-5).


Keane Costa (3-4, 3 runs, RBI) was the offensive sparkplug as Fairhaven nipped Bourne (6-5).


Westwood's Jason Sementelli (pictured above) (HR, 2 doubles, 4 RBI's) powered the Wolverines to a (16-0) whitewashing of Millis.


Brendan O'Brien (3-4, double, triple) helped East Bridgewater sneak past Coyle-Cassidy (10-7).


Harwich's Mike Hamilton (10 K's, 2 RBI's) lead the Rough Riders to a (9-7) win over Nauset.


Chris Warren (3-4, 2-run HR, 4 runs scored) paced the onslaught as Medfield cruised by Holliston (14-3).

Martha's Vineyard's Cody Pachico (double, triple, HR, 3 RBI's) lead the Vineyarders past fellow island Nantucket (11-2).