Saturday, May 2, 2009

EMASS Softball Players of the Day for May 1st



Players of the Day for Friday, May 1, 2009.


Rae Coppan (shutout, 10 K's, 2-3) propelled Newton North to a (7-0) Bay State League whitewashing of Needham.


Dighton-Rehoboth's Jen Lundstrom (pictured above) spun a complete game, 2-hit, 9 strikeout gem in the circle as the Falcons shutout Seekonk (7-0) in South Coast Conference play.


Kiki Saveriano (3-hitter, 10 K's) made her comeback successful as Lexington beat Middlesex League rival Woburn (3-1).


Ashland's Nicole D'Argento (perfect game, 11 K's, 2 HR's) provided the arm and bat in leading the Clockers to a (15-0) pasting of Norton in a Tri-Valley League mismatch.


Candace Wallace (4-5, 2 runs, 4 RBI's) had the big stick as North Andover pounded Newburyport (12-2) in a Cape Ann League mismatch.


Concord-Carlisle's Shannon Daulton twirled a one-hit, 12 strikeout masterpiec as the Patriots shut out Weston (4-0) in a Dual County League battle.


Sam Barone (4 hits, 8 RBI's) provided part of the offense as Blue Hills demolished Norfolk Aggie (20-5) in a Mayflower League hitathon.


North Attleboro's Sarah Brown (4-5, 2 HR's, 6 RBI's) was all the offense the Red Rocketeers needed as they thumped Hockomock League foe Oliver Ames (17-1).


Julie Plante allowed only 2 hits while striking out 12 to pace Case to a (4-2) victory over Old Rochester in a South Coast Conference pitcher's duel.


Bellingham's Kearia Perry (3-5, 2 HR's, 4 RBI's) pounded the ball in leading the Blackhawks to a (16-2) win over Tri-Valley League foe Dover-Sherborn.


Erin McAndrews (3-4, 2 HR's, 4 RBI's) got the offense rolling as St. Mary's destroyed fellow Catholic Central combatant Bishop Fenwick (15-0).


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for May 1st



Players of the Day for Friday, May 1, 2009.


Rich Upson pitched a 3-hit shutout while going (3-3) to lead Marshfield to a (6-0) upset of Plymouth North in an Atlantic Coast Conference shocker.


Brighton's Jonathan Mateo had two triples and 4 RBI's to propel the Bengals to a (10-7) Boston City League win over Fenway.


Jake Cintolo (pictured above) was the offensive force (4-4, 2 RBI's) behind King Philip's (10-1) Hockomock League shellacking of Franklin.


Weston's Reed Chapman (double, HR, 3 RBI's) supplied the pop as the Wildcats defeated Concord-Carlisle (7-2) in Dual County League action.


Jose Sandoval (4-5, 3 runs, 5 RBI's, hit for the cycle) powered Lawrence to a (16-3) pasting of Dracut in a Merrimack Valley Conference tilt.


Lynn English's Dani Vincente (2-run triple, Grand Slam, 6 RBI's) contributed to the Bulldogs offensive explosion as they defeated Swampscott (15-8) in a Northeastern Conference tilt.


Karney Boff pitched a 4-hit, 9 strikeot gem as Dighton-Rehoboth turned back Seekonk (8-1) in South Coast Conference action.


Mansfield's Jimmy Gilmore (5 singles, 5 RBI's) was immense at the dish as the Hornets outlasted Canton (17-11) in a Hockomock League slugfest.


Jeff Blout (shutout, 3-hitter, 14 K's) spun a masterpiece as Duxbury gets by North Quincy (4-0) in Patriot League action.


Saugus' John Moore (got the "W", 3-4, HR, 6 RBI's) was a dual weapon as the Sachems pounded Revere (10-4) in a NEC battle.


Lukas McDonough pitched a 2-hit, 12 strikeout Picasso to lead Quincy to a (4-1) victory over Patriot League foe Randolph.


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for May 1st



For games played on Friday, May 1, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST

Plymouth North--12
Marshfield--11

Dennis-Yarmouth--10
Falmouth--8

Plymouth South--8
Nauset--2


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Milton--17
Natick--9

Norwood--13
Dedham--3

Framingham--18
Brookline--3

Newton North--7
Needham--0


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Burke--10
Boston International--5

Latin Academy--8
Charlestown--3

South Boston--15
Madison Park--13


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Lynnfield--15
Manchester-Essex--5

North Reading--13
Rockport--4

North Andover--12
Newburyport--2

Pentucket--8
Masconomet--4


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Presentation of Mary--13
Notre Dame--9

Marian--1
Arlington Catholic--0

St. Mary's--15
Bishop Fenwick--0


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Bedford--6
Arlington--3

Concord-Carlisle--4
Weston--0

Wayland--8
Tyngsboro--7

Boston Latin--16
Waltham--1

Newton South--6
Westford Academy--3


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Medford--12
Cambridge--1


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

King Philip--11
Franklin--6

Mansfield--2
Canton--0

North Attleboro--17
Oliver Ames--1

Stoughton--14
Foxboro--9


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Blue Hills--20
Norfolk Aggie--5

Avon--16
Old Colony--1


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Billerica--10
Andover--5

Tewksbury--7
Haverhill--1


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Lexington--3
Woburn--1

Stoneham--3
Wakefield--1


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Marblehead--2
Peabody--0

Danvers--2
Beverly--1

Salem--14
Gloucester--0

Saugus--14
Revere--7

Lynn English--5
Swampscott--4


OLD COLONY LEAGUE

Attleboro--1
Dartmouth--0


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Duxbury--6
North Quincy--1

Whitman-Hanson--2
Middleboro--0

Hanover--13
Silver Lake--9

Scituate--7
Rockland--2


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Case--4
Old Rochester--2

Dighton-Rehoboth--7
Seekonk--0

Fairhaven--4
Apponequet--2


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Ashland--15
Norton--0

Bellingham--16
Dover-Sherborn--2

Holliston--3
Hopkinton--0

Medway--11
Medfield--0

Westwood--9
Millis--5


NON-LEAGUE

Mt. St. Joseph--23
Pope John--8

Martha's Vineyard--24
Mashpee--6

Burlington--7
Malden--0


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for May 1st




For games played on Friday, May 1, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE

Falmouth--5
Dennis-Yarmouth--4

Marshfield--6
Plymouth North--0

Nauset--7
Plymouth South--4


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Norwood--14
Dedham--8

Natick--11
Milton--1

Walpole--3
Wellesley--1

Needham--2
Newton North--1

Framingham--7
Brookline--2


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Brighton--10
Fenway--7


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Greater Lowell--11
Chelsea--0

Minuteman--4
Greater Lawrence--0


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Arlington--6
Bedford--1

Waltham--21
Boston Latin--10

Wayland--10
Tyngsboro--7

Westford Academy--7
Newton South--1

Weston--7
Concord-Carlisle--2


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Medford--18
Malden--8


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

King Philip--10
Franklin--1

Mansfield--17
Canton--11

Oliver Ames--3
North Attleboro--1

Foxboro--10
Stoughton--3


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Old Colony--10
Bristol-Plymouth--5

West Bridgewater--2
South Shore Voc. Tech--1


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Andover--7
Methuen--1

Chelmsford--14
Haverhill--1

Tewksbury--4
Billerica--3

Lawrence--16
Dracut--3


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Woburn--5
Lexington--4

Burlington--7
Watertown--0

Stoneham--13
Wakefield--7


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Beverly--14
Danvers--10

Lynn English--15
Swampscott--8

Peabody--12
Marblehead--0

Saugus--10
Revere--4


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Duxbury--4
North Quincy--0

Rockland--10
Scituate--7

Whitman-Hanson--8
Middleboro--6

Quincy--4
Randolph--1

Hanover--7
Silver Lake--2


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Dighton-Rehoboth--8
Seekonk--1

Fairhaven--20
Apponequet--4

Case--3
Old Rochester--0


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Bellingham--3
Dover-Sherborn--1

Hopkinton--9
Holliston--6

Norton--9
Ashland--2

Medfield--4
Medway--1

Westwood--9
Millis--0


NON-LEAGUE

St. Clement--8
Dorchester--1

St. John's Prep--9
St. John's (Shrewsbury)--2

Trinity Catholic--13
South Shore Christian--12


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Friday, May 1, 2009

EMASS Softball Players of the Day for April 30th



Players of the Day for Thursday, April 30, 2009.


Kelly Naegelin (pictured above) spun a five inning perfect game in the circle to go along with 12 strikeouts to lead Cohasset to a (15-0) whitewashing of South Shore League opponent Norwell.


Taunton's Brittney Furtado (grand slam, 8 RBI's) powered the Tigers over Barnstable (17-1) in an Old Colony League mismatch.


Amber White (9 K's, unbeaten on the year) spun a gem as Middleboro smashed Patriot League foe Randolph (16-1).


Wesport's Kara Lewis (shutout, 2-hitter, 12 K's) was unhittable in the Wildcats (2-0) nail biter over Tri-County in a Mayflower League tilt.


Freshman Sarah Ropiak (7 IP, shutout, 13 K's) is sending notice in the Dual County League as Acton-Boxboro shuts out rival Lincoln-Sudbury (4-0).


Winthrop's Abby Belcher (3 hits, 3 RBI's, threw out 5-6 base stealers) supplied the offense and the defense in the Vikings (14-7) non-league win over Mt. St. Joseph.


Theresa Franey (no-hitter, 3-4, grand slam, 3 runs) did it all in leading Abington to a (10-2) pounding of Carver in a South Shore League tilt.


South Shore Voc.'s Nicolette Hutchinson (3-4, 4 RBI's) propelled the Vikings to a (12-1) Mayflower League drubbing of Chatham.


Rachel Allen recorded 15 strikeouts as Hull stormed past Mashpee (8-3) in South Shore League action.


Bishop Stang's Julie Mills (3-4, 5 runs) was part of an offensive explosion as the Spartans cruised past Martha's Vineyard in a non-league tilt.


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for April 30th

photo by Mike Cohea/wickedlocal/East Bridgewater


Players of the Day for Thursday, April 30, 2009.


Justin (pictured above) and Casey Deandrade supplied the punch (Justin-4 hits, 2 triples, 5 RBI's, Casey-double, triple, 5 RBI's) as East Bridgewater smothered Harwich (13-2) in a South Shore League mismatch.


Bishop Stang's Mike Pratt hit three 2-run HR's including a walk-off to lead the Spartans to a (15-13) thriller over Martha's Vineyard.


Pat Delano pitched a complete game, 8 strikeout shutout to lead Braintree past Weymouth (1-0) in a Bay State League pitcher's duel.


Brockton's Zack Apotheker (3 hits, 2 RBI's) propelled the Boxers to (9-5) victory over Big 3 foe New Bedford.


Sal Russo (4 hits, 2 RBI's) provided part of the offense as Latin Academy crunched Burke (16-4) in Boston City League action.


Masconomet's Evan Bunker (hit for the cycle, 4 runs, 4 RBI's) supplied the punch as the Chieftains smothered Georgetown (18-5) in a Cape Ann League blowout.


Mike Gallo (2-3, 2 triples, 2 runs, 6 RBI's) was the impetus behind Lynn Classical's (10-3) Northeastern Conference win over Winthrop.


Bridgewater-Raynham's Eddie Campbell (13 K's, double, 2 run HR, 4 RBI's) again is named Player of the Day as he leads the Trojans to a (7-2) non-league win over Durfee.


Brendan Kennedy two-out, two-strike, 3 run triple keyed Norwell's come from behind victory over South Shore League opponent Cohasset (6-5).


Hamilton-Wenham's Matt Greek (3-3, 3 RBI's, 6 IP, 2-hitter, 5 K's) was everywhere in the box score as the Generals demolished Cape Ann League for Triton (13-1).


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for April 30th



For games played on Thursday, April 30, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE

Plymouth-South--12
Dennis-Yarmouth--4


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Weymouth--2
Braintree-1


BIG 3

Brockton--5
New Bedford--2


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Ipswich--3
Georgetown--2

Pentucket--6
Newburyport--4

Amesbury--8
Wilmington--2


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Acton-Boxboro--4
Lincoln-Sudbury--0


EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Somerset--5
Bishop Feehan--2


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Bristol-Plymouth--7
Old Colony--2

South Shore Voc.--12
Chatham--1

Westport--2
Tri-County--0


OLD COLONY

Taunton--17
Barnstable--1


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Middleboro--16
Randolph--1


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Abington--10
Carver--2

Cohasset--15
Norwell--0

East Bridgewater--6
Harwich--2

Hull--8
Mashpee--3


NON-LEAGUE

Central Catholic--3
Arlington Catholic--1

Masconomet--14
North Shore--1

Methuen--14
Everett--4

Trinity Catholic--8
Maimonides--6

Wakefield--15
East Boston--3

Winthrop--14
Mt. St. Joseph--7

Durfee--8
Bridgewater-Raynham--3

Bishop Stang--18
Martha's Vineyard--2

Nantucket--15
Blue Hills--7

Nashoba Valley--16
Lynn Tech--1


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for April 30th



For games played on Thursday, April 30, 2009.


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Braintree--1
Weymouth--0


BIG 3

Brockton--9
New Bedford--5


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Latin Academy--16
Burke--4

South Boston--7
O'Bryant--6


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Hamilton-Wenham--13
Triton--1

Masconomet--18
Georgetown--5

North Reading--5
Amesbury--1

Pentucket--8
Ipswich--7

Newburyport--10
Lynnfield--0

North Andover--11
Manchester-Essex--0


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Arlington Catholic--21
Marian--1


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Lincoln-Sudbury--12
Acton-Boxboro--3


EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Somerset--11
Bishop Feehan--1


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Avon--7
Upper Cape--6

Nantucket--5
Blue Hills--3

Southeastern--4
West Bridgewater--0


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Lynn Classical--10
Winthrop--3


OLD COLONY LEAGUE

Taunton--6
Barnstable--5


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Duxbury--18
Quincy--9

Hingham--6
Pembroke--2

Middleboro--10
Randolph--1


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Seekonk--14
Wareham--2


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Abington--3
Carver--2

East Bridgewater--13
Harwich--2

Mashpee--6
Hull--1

Norwell--6
Cohasset--5


NON-LEAGUE

Bridgewater-Raynham--7
Durfee--2

Dartmouth--7
Coyle-Cassidy--4

Malden Catholic--5
Cambridge--1

Pope John--12
Chelsea--3

Whittier--6
Lowell Catholic--3

Xaverian--13
Plymouth South--3

Bishop Stang--15
Martha's Vineyard--13

Bristol-Plymouth--16
New Testament--3


Thursday, April 30, 2009

EMASS Softball Players of the Day for April 29th

photo by Martin Gavin/Sun Chronicle


Players of the Day for Wedesday, April 29, 2009.


Maggie Quealy (pictured above) had a one-hit, 9 strikeout performance in the circle as King Philip squished Sharon (10-0) in Hockomock League action.


Triton's Marion Dullea (7 IP, 1 hit, 7 K's) propelled the Vikings to a (1-0) shutout of North Reading in a Cape Ann League pitcher's duel.


Colleen Mokler had 5 hits to lead the offensive explosion in South Boston's (32-15) win over Boston City League foe, Charlestown.


Plymouth South's Noelle Christmas (4-hitter, 13 K's) pitched another shutout as the Panthers nipped Sandwich in Atlantic Coast play.


Christine Arennie pitched the first no-hitter in Mystic Valley softball history as they thumped Presentation of Mary (9-0) in a Commonwealth League mismatch.


Marian's Keliann Kirby (CG, 2-hitter, 13 K's) hurled another shutout as the Mustangs throttled Trinity Catholic (13-0) in Catholic Central action.


Nicole Lopilato (4 hits, HR, 4 RBI's) powered Medford past Soomerville (12-1) in Greater
Boston League
action.


Billerica's Sarah Quatieri (one-hitter, 10 K's) held Lowell in check as the Indians defeated their Merrimack Valley League foe (6-1).


Nicole Lowe threw a one-hit, 4 strikeout shutout to propel Saugus to a (5-0) whitewashing of Lynn English in Northeastern Conference action.


Ashland's Nicole D'Argento (walk-off HR, shutout, 17 K's) needed every bit of her talent to help the Clockers fend off Bellingham (1-0) in a Tri-Valley League pitcher's duel.


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for April 29th

photo by Jonathan Wiggs/Boston Globe


Players of the Day for Wednesday, April 29, 2009.


Derek Lowe (pictured above) hurled a one-hit 9 strikeout gem as Lincoln-Sudbury shut out Waltham (4-0) in Dual County League action.


Malden Catholic's Shawn Kelley spun a one-hit, six strikeout masterpiece to lead the Lancers to a (5-0) whitewashing of Catholic Memorial in a Catholic Conference tussle.


Lorenzo Cruz (4 hits, 2 doubles, 6 RBI's) powered Brighton to a (9-3) victory over East Boston in Boston City League action.


Walpole's Tom Ryan pitched a complete game with nine strikeouts to lead the Rebels to a (4-1) Bay State League win over Milton.


Sahil Bloom (11 K's, 2-2, 2 RBI's) provided the punch as Weston defeated Bedford (5-2) in a Dual County League contest.


Franklin's Andrew Finemore (CG, one-hitter, 12 K's) shut down Stoughton as the Panthers bested the Black Knights (5-0) in a Hockomock League tilt.


Steve Amrein spun a 4-hit, 6 strikeout Picasso as Belmont snuck by Lexington (1-0) in a Middlesex League pitcher's duel.


Winthrop's Nick McCarthy hit a walk-off homerun to lead the Vikings to a (6-5) win over Salem in Northeastern Conference action.


Zack Smith pitched a 13-strikeout complete game to propel Silver Lake to a (5-1) win over Patriot League rival Pembroke.


Swampscott's Hunter Gordon (7 IP, 9 K's) lead Big Blue to (2-1) squeaker over Lynn Classical in Northeastern Conference battle royale.


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EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for April 29th



For games played on Wednesday, April 28, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE

Nauset--16
Falmouth--1

Plymouth South--1
Sandwich--0

Marshfield--5
Dennis-Yarmouth--1


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Braintree--6
Framingham--0

Dedham--6
Natick--5

Newton North--28
Brookline--7

Norwood--6
Wellesley--5

Walpole--9
Milton--8

Weymouth--9
Needham--2


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Boston English--32
Charlestown--15

South Boston--32
New Mission--15


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Ipswich--10
North Andover--8

Pentucket--8
Georgetown--4

Triton--1
North Reading--0

Wilmington--13
Lynnfield--3


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Bishop Fenwick--3
Austin Prep--1

Lowell Catholic--16
Pope John--4

Marian--13
Trinity Catholic--0

Matignon--13
St. Clement--3

St. Mary's--16
Archbishop Williams--3


CATHOLIC CONFERENCE

Notre Dame (Hingham)--10
Nazareth--0


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Mystic Valley--9
Presentation of Mary--0

North Shore--10
Northeast--2

Minuteman--7
Whittier--4


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Acton-Boxboro--14
Westford Academy--4

Arlington--6
Wayland--5

Bedford--12
Weston--8

Boston Latin--4
Newton South--2

Concord-Carlisle--10
Tyngsboro--0

Lincoln-Sudbury--9
Waltham--3


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Malden--10
Everett--6

Medford--12
Somerville--1


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Canton--12
Foxboro--0

Franklin--14
Stoughton--2

King Philip--10
Sharon--0

Mansfield--8
North Attleboro--4


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Old Colony--11
South Shore Voc. Tech--10

Diman--4
Blue Hills--0

Chatham--12
Cape Cod Tech--11

Avon--12
Holbrook--5

Sacred Heart--4
Tri-County--2


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Andover--10
Haverhill--3

Billerica--6
Lowell--1

Chelmsford--2
Methuen--1

Tewksbury--4
Central Catholic--2

Dracut--6
Lawrence--3


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Danvers--3
Peabody--2

Marblehead--14
Revere--2

Beverly--12
Gloucester--0

Swampscott--4
Lynn Classical--3

Saugus--5
Lynn English--0

Salem--9
Winthrop--3


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Duxbury--11
Rockland--1

Randolph--23
Hingham--4

Silver Lake--14
Pembroke--0

Whitman-Hanson--2
North Quincy--0


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Dighton-Rehoboth--2
Old Rochester--1

Case--4
Apponequet--3

Fairhaven--11
Bourne--4

Greater New Bedford--7
Wareham--4


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Ashland--1
Bellingham--0

Holliston--3
Westwood--1

Hopkinton--15
Norton--0

Medway--14
Millis--2


NON-LEAGUE

Arlington Catholic--14
Cambridge--0

Bishop Feehan--9
Seekonk--1

Coyle-Cassidy--14
Notre Dame (Worcester)--0

Scituate--13
Archbishop williams--3

West Bridgewater--10
Bishop Connolly--1

South Shore Christian--17
Provincetown--2


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for April 29th



For games played on Wednesday, April 28, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE

Falmouth--7
Nauset--1

Marshfield--5
Dennis-Yarmouth--3

Sandwich--18
Plymouth South--6


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Brookline--3
Newton North--2

Framingham--6
Braintree--5

Natick--7
Dedham--4

Walpole--4
Milton--1

Wellesley--4
Norwood--3

Weymouth--7
Needham--2


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Brighton--9
East Boston--3


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Lowell Catholic--13
Pope John--2

Matignon--8
Marian--1

St. Clement--16
North Cambridge Catholic--1

St.Mary's--9
Archbishop Williams--6

Trinity Catholic--13
Cathedral--3


CATHOLIC CONFERENCE

BC High--8
Xaverian--3

Malden Catholic--5
Catholic Memorial--0


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Mystic Valley--9
Minuteman--0

North Shore--14
Lynn Tech--11

Whittier--4
Greater Lowell--0


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Concord-Carlisle--9
Tyngsboro--5

Lincoln-Sudbury--4
Waltham--0

Newton South--10
Boston Latin--2

Wayland--5
Arlington--1

Westford Academy--3
Acton-Boxboro--0

Weston--5
Bedford--2


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Malden--8
Everett--5

Medford--15
Somerville--2


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Foxboro--7
Canton--6

Franklin--5
Stoughton--0

King Philip--11
Sharon--2

North Attleboro--7
Mansfield--3


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Bishop Connolly--5
Bristol-Plymouth--4

Cape Cod Tech--8
Tri-County--6

Blue Hills--8
Chatham--3

Westport--8
Diman--3

Holbrook--9
Avon--2

Old Colony--6
Southeastern--0

Upper Cape--4
Sacred Heart--3


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Chelmsford--5
Billerica--1

Dracut--3
Lowell--2

Haverhill--3
Methuen--0

Lawrence--1
Andover--0


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Belmont--1
Lexington--0

Melrose--5
Watertown--0

Stoneham--7
Woburn--6

Wakefield--5
Reading--0

Winchester--11
Burlington--10


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Beverly--8
Gloucester--4

Lynn English--3
Saugus--2

Peabody--8
Danvers--6

Swampscott--2
Lynn Classical--1

Winthrop--6
Salem--5

Marblehead--8
Revere--5


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Duxbury--7
Rockland--4

Hingham--23
Randolph--0

North Quincy--2
Whitman-Hanson--1

Scituate--8
Hanover--3

Silver Lake--5
Pembroke--1


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Apponequet--11
Case--6

Dighton-Rehoboth--11
Old Rochester--5

Fairhaven--5
Bourne--4


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Medfield--5
Dover-Sherborn--4

Norton--6
Hopkinton--4

Westwood--10
Holliston--4

Bellingham--7
Ashland--5

Medway--6
Millis--1


NON-LEAGUE

Brighton--3
Hebron (ME)--1

East Bridgewater--13
Coyle-Cassidy--8

Oliver Ames--9
Bishop Stang--5

Nantucket--12
Sturgis--3

South Shore Christian--17
Provincetown--7


Wednesday, April 29, 2009

EMASS Softball Players of the Day for April 28th



Players of the Day for Tuesday, April 28, 2009.


Sarah Erlandson (pictured above) supplied the arm and the bat (18 K's, 2-4, 3-run HR) to lead Georgetown to a (10-4) victory over Cape Ann League foe Lynnfield.


Shawsheen's Kelli Jo Deardorff spun a 5-hit 15 strikeout gem in the circle as the Rams crushed Greater Lawrence (9-2) in Commonwealth League action.


Betsy Maysonet (4-5, 3 runs, 3 RBI's) powered Madison Park past Fenway (21-6) in a Boston City League mismatch.


Durfee's Amanda Cordeiro (shutout, 5 K's) was dominating as she lead the Hilltoppers to a (5-0) win over Brockton in a Big 3 tussle.


Kelly Duval (3-5, 2 triples, 4 RBI's) supplied the offense as Hanover dusted Scituate (12-2) in a Patriot League mismatch.


Salem's Ashley White (3-4, 3 runs, 2 RBI's) provided the punch as the Witches crunched Lynn English (12-5) in Northeastern Conference action.


Kelly Naeglin spun a 4-hit, 9 K gem as Cohasset toppled Hull (7-1) in a South Shore League scrap.


Newton North's Rae Copan (shutout, 3-hitter, 8 K's) propelled the Tigers to a (2-0) shutout of Belmont in a non-league tilt.


Katherine Clark pitched a one-hit shutout while striking out seven to lead Coyle-Cassidy to a (12-0) dismantling of future EAC foe Martha's Vineyard.


Carver's Amanda Garnett (4 hits, triple, 4 RBI's) was the offensive hero as the Crusaders outslugged South Shore League foe Mashpee (11-7).


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for April 28th

photo by Dave Neault/wickedlocalRaynham


Players of the Day for Tuesday, April 28, 2009.


Drew Larson (pictured above) had 2 hits and five ribbies to lead Bridgewater-Raynham to a (10-4) drubbing of Old Colony League for Taunton.


Malden Catholic's Nate Witowski spun a 4-hit shutout as the Lancers disposed of St. John's Prep (4-0) in a Catholic Conference tussle.


Ivan Rosado had 6 RBI's to lead Brighton to a (12-2) shellacking of Charlestown in Boston City League action.


Brockton's Craig Stewart belted a grand slam in the bottom of the ninth to propel the Boxers to a (14-11) win over Big 3 rival Durfee.


Steve Surette (Winning pitcher, CG, 5-hitter, 5-6, 3 runs, 6 RBI's) was omnipresent in Whittier's (18-1) demolition of Chelsea in a Commonwealth League mismatch.


North Reading's Kevin Singer spun a 2-hit shutout as the Fighting Hornets slipped by Rockport (6-0) in a Cape Ann League contest.


Josh Neely struck out 12 as he pitched South Boston to a (10-0) shutout of Snowden in Boston City League action.


North Shore's David St. Pierre (CG, 2-hitter, 11 K's, 4 RBI's) powered the Bulldogs to an (18-1) destruction of Commonwealth League opponent Minuteman.


Evan Butters hurled a 4-hit shutout to lead Wilminton to a (2-0) win over Amesbury in a Cape Ann League pitcher's duel.


Bishop Feehan's Andrew McCarty (4 hits, 2 walks, 5 runs scored) lead the Shamrocks to a (21-9) pounding of Attleboro in a non-league tilt.


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for April 28th



For games played on Tuesday, April 27, 2009.


BIG 3

Durfee--5
Brockton--0


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Madison Park--21
Fenway--6


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Georgetown--10
Lynnfield--4


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Cardinal Spellman--3
Arlington Catholic--1


CATHOLIC CONFERENCE

Mt. St. Joseph--7
Fontbonne--6

Notre Dame (Hingham)--6
Mt. Alvernia--2


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Minuteman--4
North Shore--0

Mystic Valley--18
Lynn Tech--10

Greater Lowell--9
Whittier--4

Shawsheen--9
Greater Lawrence--2


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Newton South--8
Weston--7

Acton-Boxboro--16
Waltham--1


EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Somerset--7
Bishop Stang--4


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Diman--14
Sacred Heart--3

Bristol-Plymouth--5
Westport--3

Avon--4
West Bridgewater--2


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Danvers--7
Revere--3

Swampscott--8
Gloucester--3

Salem--12
Lynn English--5


OLD COLONY LEAGUE

Taunton--6
Bridgewater-Raynham--5

Barnstable--5
Dartmouth--2


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Hanover--12
Scituate--2

Middleboro--3
Quincy--2


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Cohasset--7
Hull--1

East Bridgewater--9
Abington--4

Carver--11
Mashpee--7

Harwich--4
Norwell--3


NON-LEAGUE

Bishop Feehan--2
Attleboro--0

Coyle-Cassidy--12
Martha's Vineyard--0

Mansfield--11
Natick--1

Newton North--2
Belmont--0

Plymouth North--11
Bourne--1

Cape Cod Tech--18
Provincetown--4

Blackstone Valley--8
Southeastern--5

Hudson Catholic--18
Lowell Catholic--15


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for April 28th



For games played on Tuesday, April 27, 2009.


BIG 3

Brockton--14
Durfee--11


BOSTON CITY

Brighton--12
Charlestown--2

Burke--9
Boston International--8

South Boston--10
Snowden--0


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Ipswich--8
Georgetown--7

Lynnfield--10
Manchester-Essex--9

Masconomet--6
Pentucket--4

North Reading--6
Rockport--0

Wilmington--2
Amesbury--0

North Andover--6
Newburyport--4


CATHOLIC CENTRAL

Arlington Catholic--3
Cardinal Spellman--1


CATHOLIC CONFERENCE

Malden Catholic--4
St. John's Prep--0


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Whittier--18
Chelsea--1

Mystic Valley--10
Lynn Tech--4

North Shore--18
Minuteman--1

Shawsheen--20
Greater Lawrence--7


EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE


Bishop Stang--10
Somerset--8


HOCKOMOCK

Mansfield--10
Canton--4


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Central Catholic--12
Tewksbury--4


OLD COLONY LEAGUE

Bridgewater-Raynham--10
Taunton--4

Dartmouth--10
Barnstable--6


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Middleboro--7
Quincy--0


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Abington--8
East Bridgewater--7

Cohasset--5
Hull--3

Mashpee--15
Carver--12

Norwell--5
Harwich--2


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Hopkinton--11
Bellingham--10


NON-LEAGUE

Bishop Feehan--21
Attleboro--9

Coyle-Cassidy--13
Martha's Vineyard--2

Lowell--8
Westford Academy--5

Provincetown--7
New Testament--6


Tuesday, April 28, 2009

EMASS Football--MHSFCA Combine for Juniors



On Wednesday, May 13, 2009 the Massachusetts High School Football Coaches Association (MHSFCA) will be holding their annual junior class combine. The event will be held at Gillette Stadium (for the first time) and will run from 4:30-8:30pm. The public is invited and admission is free. This would be a great chance for those who haven't been inside Gillette to go visit and at the same time help out a worthy cause. Only participants will be allowed on the field.


According to Richard Davis the event typically draws 25% of the eligible juniors that would be of interest to college recruiters or approximately 300+ student-athletes. In attendance are usually approximately 15-20 college coaches.


Massachusetts High School Football Prospect Information (MHSFPI) produces a football recruiting manual that is sold to colleges. There are over 1,200 high school junior prospects in the manual. The proceeds are donated (minus the printing and shipping costs) to the Shriners Hospital for Burned and Crippled children. To date that number is a phenomenal $114,000.


The results of the combine are sent free of charge to all colleges that purchased the manual and each individual that participated get a copy of their own results.


Registration forms are available on the MHSFPI website. Walk-ons are accepted.


EMASS Softball Players of the Day for April 27th



Players of the Day for Monday, April 27, 2009.


Nicole D'Argento (no-hitter, shutout, 16 K's, 3-4, 2 HR's, 3 RBI's, 20th lifetime HR, 100th lifetime RBI, 600th career strikeout) had an OK day as Ashland defeated Medway (7-0) in a Tri-Valley League contest.


New Mission's Kia Jelley hurled a perfect game in the circle to go along with (4-5, 3 runs, 2 SB's) in the Titans (11-0) shellacking of Deerfield.


Noelle Christmas spun a 12 strikeout no-hitter to lead Plymouth South to a (4-0) non-league win over Barnstable.


Marian's Keliann Kirby (no-hitter, 7 K's) pitched a shutout as the Mustangs pasted Catholic Central foe St. Clement (15-0).


Caroline Davey pitched a five inning no-hitter to lead Martha's Vineyard to a (15-0) whitewashing of Mashpee.


Framingham's Jess Doucette (5-5, 4 RBI's) powered the Flyers to a (8-4) Bay State League win over Dedham.


Jennie Lacolla and Gina Sicuso (both 3-4, back to back HR's in the 1st and 6th inning) powered Stonham to a (9-3) drubbing of Reading in a Middlesex League battle.


Braintree's Liz DiMascio (2-hitter, 11 K's) threw another gem as the Wamps shut out Norwood (1-0) in Bay State League action.


Kara Lewis (shutout, one-hitter, 17 K's) spun a masterpiece to lead Westport to a (1-0) Mayflower League win over Blue Hills.


Hopkinton's Michelle Cooprider (pictured above) allowed two hits while striking out 14 to lead the Hillers to a (9-1) Tri-Vally League win over Medfield.


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for April 27th

photo by Lisa Bul/Patriot Ledger


Players of the Day for Monday, April 27, 2009.


Brett Julian (pictured above) pitched (Win, 8 K's) and hit (3 hits, triple) Weymouth to a (7-2) Bay State League win over Wellesley.


Hanover's Dave Gibson hurled a no-hitter with seven strikeouts to lead the Indians to a (2-1) nail biter over Patriot League foe Quincy.


Freshman Jake Malone made it look easy as he not only throws a no-hitter but strikes out 15 in Harwich's (10-0) drubbing of Chatham.


Framingham's Dan Guadagnoli (2-hitter, 12 K's) lead the Flyers to a (6-0) shutout of BSL opponent Dedham.


Bryan Sweeney (2-2, 6 RBI's) powered Falmouth past Sandwich (13-8) in an Atlantic Coast slugfest.


North Shore's Andrew Rainville tossed a nifty one-hitter while striking out 17 in the Bulldogs (8-0) whitewashing of Chelsea in a Commonwealth League tilt.


Connor Buckley (CG, 5 K's, 2-2, 3 RBI's) paced Acton-Boxboro to a (6-1) victory over Dual County nemisis Tyngsboro.


St. Mary's Alex Glover (5-6, 3 RBI's) lead the onslaught as the Spartans croaked Cardinal Spellman (21-2) in a Catholic Central mismatch.


Pat Noone (Win, 3-4, 2 runs, 2 RBI's) used his arm and bat to lead Central Catholic to a (7-5) Merrimack Valley win over Chelmsford.


Reading's Ben O'Shea hurled a 12 strikeout, one-hitter to lead the Rockets to a (7-0) Middlesex League win over Stoneham.


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for April 27th



For games played on Monday, April 26, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE

Dennis-Yarmouth--8
Nauset--7

Sandwich--15
Falmouth--0


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Braintree--1
Norwood--0

Framingham--8
Dedham--4

Newton North--5
Milton--2

Wellesley--1
Weymouth--0

Walpole--16
Brookline--1


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Burke--14
Dorchester--8

Snowden--27
South Boston--24


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Wilmington--6
Triton--4

Newburyport--8
Masconomet--5

Amesbury--8
North Andover--1


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Cardinal Spellman--7
St. Mary's--2

Marian--15
St. Clement--0

Matignon--22
Pope John--4

Trinity Catholic--14
Lowell Catholic--12

Austin Prep--6
Archbishop Williams--1


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Minuteman--21
Greater Lawrence--10

Mystic Valley--3
Greater Lowell--2

Whittier--18
Northeast--0


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Acton-Boxboro--11
Tyngsboro--2

Arlington--6
Newton South--2

Concord-Carlisle--8
Boston Latin--4

Wayland--27
Waltham--12

Westford Academy--6
Weston--1


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Everett--4
Medford--3

Malden--15
Cambridge--0


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Franklin--16
Canton--2

Mansfield--5
Oliver Ames--1

North Attleboro--7
Foxboro--2

Stoughton--4
Sharon--1


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Norfolk Aggie--16
Avon--9

Westport--1
Blue Hills--0

West Bridgewater--10
Bristol-Plymouth--1

Cape Cod Tech--15
Holbrook--7

Southeastern--5
South Shore Voc.--4

Old Colony--13
Upper Cape--9


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Methuen--3
Central Catholic--1

Tewksbury--9
Lowell--3

Dracut--17
Andover--3

Lawrence--10
Notre Dame (Tyngsboro)--0


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Lexington--4
Burlington--2

Stoneham--9
Reading--3

Wakefield--13
Melrose--1

Woburn--6
Winchester--0


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Lynn Classical--10
Saugus--3

Marblehead--7
Lynn English--4

Peabody--15
Gloucester--0

Beverly--2
Winthrop--1

Salem--2
Swampscott--1


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Duxbury--4
Randolph--0

Hanover--6
Quincy--3

Middleboro--8
Scituate--1

Silver Lake--12
North Quincy--5

Whitman-Hanson--10
Pembroke--1


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Dighton-Rehoboth--12
Apponequet--0

Case--15
Bourne--0

Fairhaven--17
Wareham--2

Old Rochester--6
Seekonk--1


SOUTH SHORE

Hull--4
Abington--3


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Ashland--7
Medway--0

Bellingham--5
Westwood--0

Hopkinton--9
Medfield--1

Norton--14
Dover-Sherborn--7

Holliston--11
Milis--0


NON-LEAGUE

Bishop Fenwick--13
East Boston--3

Bridgewater-Raynham--15
Marshfield--0

Haverhill--3
Pentucket--1

New Mission--11
Deerfield--0

Plymouth North--13
Carver--0

Plymouth South--4
Barnstable--0

Bishop Connolly--5
Tri-County--2

Martha's Vineyard--15
Mashpee--0

New Bedford--2
Attleboro--0