Saturday, May 9, 2009

EMASS Softball Players of the Day for May 8th

photo by Lisa Bul/Patriot Ledger


Players of the Day for Friday, May 8, 2009.


Liz DiMascio (pictured above) spun a one-hit, 13 strikeout gem in the circle as Braintree snuck by fellow Bay Stater Newton North (1-0).


Georgetown's Sarah Erlandson (4-hitter, 12 K's, 2-4) supplied the arm and bat to lead the Royals to a (6-5) squeaker over Cape Ann League foe, Wilmington.


Lauren Murphy (3-hitter, 14 K's) propelled Acton-Boxboro to a (7-3) Dual County League win over Weston.


Avon's Maggie Hoffman fired a no-hitter as the Panthers defeated Southeastern (7-0) in game 2 of a Mayflower League battle.


Alicia Briggs (WP, 4-hitter, 1-3, 2 RBI's) was the catalyst in leading Haverhill to a (3-2) Merrimack Valley Conference win over Lawrence.


Silver Lake's Kelly Heath hurled a 5 inning, six strikeout no-hitter to lead the Lakers to a (17-0) Patriot League drubbing of Hingham.


Nicole Eisenmann (5-hit shutout, 2-run HR) provided the spark as East Bridgewater whitewashed Cohasset (5-0) in a South Shore League tilt.


Wellesley's Rebecca DiBiase struck out 12 Marauders as the Raiders bested Dedham (6-3) in Bay State League action.


Michelle St. Cyr and Diana Sutherland were both (4-5, 3 runs, 2 RBI's) and the tandem powered Waltham to a (14-5) shellacking of Dual County League foe, Arlington.


Middleboro's Amber White spun a one-hit shutout as the Sachems stomped on fellow Patriot Leaguer Randoplh (11-0).


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for May 8th

photo by the Brockton Enterprise


Players of the Day for Friday, May 8, 2009.


Steve Perakslis (pictured above) fired a one-hitter to go along with 15 strikeouts to lead Abington to a (11-0) whitewashing of Rockland.


Nantuckets's Andrew Benson threw a no-hitter in game 2 of the Whalers twin bill sweep (1-0, 2-0) of New Testament.


Gordy Thomas (7 IP, 8 K's, 3-5, GW RBI) supplied the arm and stick in Wellesley's (4-3) Bay State League win over Dedham.


Marshfield's Jeff Kilday (3-4, double, HR, 2 runs, 3 RBI's) was the offensive force in the Rams Atlantic Coast Conference win over Falmouth.


Greg Gerry (6-6, 3 runs, 3 RBI's) powered Cardinal Spellman to a (23-5) pounding of Catholic Central foe, Austin Prep.


Bishop Feehan's Billy Karalis (2-2, two 2-run doubles, 5 RBI's) propelled the Shamrocks to a (14-5) drubbing of Coyle-Cassidy in an Eastern Athletic Conference mismatch.


Anthony Lamattina (3-4, 5 RBI's) was the offensive catalyst in Wakefield's (7-3) Middlesex League win over Woburn.


Saugus' Craig Cole (3 hits, 3 RBI's) jump started the Sachems to a (11-0) shutout of Northeastern Conference foe, Salem.


Nick Filloramo fired a 3-hit, 13 strikeout gem as Old Rochester defeats (5-2) South Coast Conference opponent Wareham.


Provincetown's Cody Silva pitched 2 complete games (3-2, 1-2) while giving up a combined 6 hits and striking out 15 in the Fisherman's doubleheader split with South Shore Christian.


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for May 8th



For games played on Friday, May 8, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE

Dennis-Yarmouth--9
Sandwich--6

Nauset--4
Plymouth north--1

Marshfield--17
Falmouth--2


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Braintree--1
Newton North--0

Framingham--9
Weymouth--4

Wellesley--6
Dedham--3

Natick--6
Walpole--4


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Georgetown--6
Wilmington--5

North Reading--5
North Andover--4


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Cardinal Spellman--5
Austin Prep--4


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Whittier--15
Lynn Tech--0


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Acton-Boxboro--7
Weston--3

Boston Latin--6
Tyngsboro--4

Waltham--14
Arlington--5


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Mansfield--6
Foxboro--3

North Attleboro--5
Sharon--2


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Cape Cod Tech--13
Upper Cape--12

Old Colony--24
Norfolk Aggie--17

West Bridgewater--14
Sacred Heart--2

Avon--7 (Game 1)
Southeastern--4

Avon--7 (Game 2)
Southeastern--0


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Haverhill--3
Lawrence--2

Tewksbury--4
Chelmsford--3


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Revere--5
Gloucester--2

Salem--6
Saugus--5


OLD COLONY LEAGUE

Attleboro--15
Barnstable--2


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Middleboro--11
Randolph--0

Silver Lake--17
Hingham--0


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Seekonk--3
Greater New Bedford--1


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

East Bridgewater--5
Cohasset--0


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Hopkinton--3
Medway--1

Norton--8
Westwood--7


NON-LEAGUE

Hanover--14
Abington--3

Lowell Catholic--16
Cathedral--2

Taunton--2
Durfee--1

Bishop Connolly--5
Blue Hills--3

Lynn English--8
Everett--7

Provincetown--12 (Game 1)
South Shore Christian--8

South Shore Christian--20
Provincetown--16

Somerset--7
Martha's Vineyard--1

EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for May 8th



For games played on Friday, May 8, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE

Marshfield--8
Falmouth--7

Sandwich--3
Dennis-Yarmouth--1

Plymouth North--6
Nauset--1


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Braintree--4
Newton North--3

Framingham--4
Weymouth--1

Natick--3
Walpole--2

Wellesley--4
Dedham--3


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Georgetown--9
Wilmington--5

North Andover--1
Pentucket--0


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Archbishop Williams--10
Cathedral--0

Cardinal Spellman--23
Austin Prep--5


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Westford Academy--11
Bedford--3

Arlington--7
Waltham--1

Newton South--5
Concord-Carlisle--3


EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Bishop Feehan--14
Coyle-Cassidy--5


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Mansfield--11
Foxboro--2

North Attleboro--4
Sharon--3


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Westport--4
Old Colony--2

Cape Cod Tech--10
Bishop Connolly--5

Upper Cape--6
Chatham--5


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Chelmsford--6
Methuen--4


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Wakefield--7
Woburn--3

Lexington--7
Watertown--4


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Gloucester--13
Revere--2

Saugus--11
Salem--0


OLD COLONY LEAGUE

Dartmouth--12
Bridgewater-Raynham--4

Attleboro--7
Barnstable--4


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Middleboro--14
Randolph--1

Silver Lake--5
Hingham--3


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Seekonk--5
Greater New Bedford--4

Old Rochester--5
Wareham--2


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Norwell--17
Mashpee--12

East Bridgewater--9
Cohasset--2


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Norton--12
Westwood--11

Hopkinton--5
Medway--3


NON-LEAGUE

Catholic Memorial--9
Brockton--1

Case--10
West Bridgewater--0

Dracut--11
Malden--2

Greater Lowell--8
Lowell Catholic--7

Taunton--2
Durfee--0

Trinity Catholic--5
Maimonides--4

Whittier--14
O'Bryant--3

Abington--11
Rockland--0

Lincoln-Sudbury--6
Holy Name--3

Nantucket--1 (Game 1)
New Testament--0

Nantucket--2 (Game 2)
New Testament--0

Provincetown--3 (Game 1)
South Shore Christian--2

South Shore Christian--2 (Game 2)
Provincetown--1

Somerset--7
Martha's Vineyard--3


Friday, May 8, 2009

EMASS Softball Players of the Day for May 7th

photo by Heaslip/Cape Cod Times


Players of the Day for Thursday, May 7, 2009.


Nell O'Connor (pictured above) fired a 14 strikeout one-hitter to lead Harwich to a (4-0) whitewashing of Mashpee in a South Shore League battle.


Ipswich's Krista MacKenzie (4-4, 4 runs, HR, 5 RBI's) powered the Tigers to a (7-2) victory over Cape Ann League foe, Amesbury.


Sara Mohlin (2-2, 3 RBI's) powered Lincoln-Sudbury to a (13-5) pasting of Wayland in a Dual County League mismatch.


Coyle-Cassidy's Taylor Cournoyer (4 hits, 2 HR, 7 RBI's) was part of the Warriors offensive explosion in their (20-7) drubbing of Eastern Athletic Conference foe, Bishop Feehan.


Kiara Amos (4-hitter, 11 K's) was immense in the circle as Malden defeats Medford (4-1) in a Greater Boston League tussle.


King Philip's Maggie Quealy and Meghan Carnase combined to throw a perfect game as the Warriors pasted Canton (19-0) in a Hockomock League mismatch.


Sam Norman (2-run HR, 4 RBI's) supplied the pop as Marblehead was victorious over Lynn Classical (7-2) in a NEC battle royale.


Apponequet's Courtney Coelho (CG, 12 K's) pitched the Lakers to a (6-0) whitewashing of Bourne in a South Coast Conference game.


Kelly Naeglin (CG, 10 K's) lead Cohasset to a (10-1) drubbing of South Shore League foe, Abington.


Bellingham's Courtney Parker (shutout, 10 K's, HR) had the arm and the bat to power the Blackhawks to a (7-0) Tri-Valley League win over Medfield.


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for May 7th

photo by Mike Cohea/wickedlocalLakeville


Players of the Day for Thursday, May 7, 2009.


Joe Kaminski (photo above) hurled a complete game, 3-hit, 8 strikeout gem as Apponequet whacked Bourne (10-2) in a South Coast Conference mismatch.


Wellesley's Dean Petzing and Chris Mele (both 3-4, 3 RBI's) powered the Raiders to a (10-5) Bay State League win over Brookline.


Mike Emerson went (4-4, grand slam) was the difference as Masconomet defeats Triton (5-1) in Cape Ann League action.


St. Mary's Nick Day (2-4, grand slam, 5 RBI's) was the offensive force as the Spartans pounded Marian (16-2) in a Catholic Central pasting.


Justin Chenevert (6 IP, 14 K's) propelled Shawsheen to a (17-5) drubbing of Commonwealth League for, Chelsea.


Cambridge's Mike Owens (3-4, 2 HR's, 5 RBI's) was the catalyst in leading the Falcons to a (6-1) victory of Medford in a Greater Boston League tilt.


Pat McWilliams (2-2, 4 RBI's) lead the offensive onslaught as Duxbury cruised to a (14-1) demolition of Patriot League opponent Quincy.


Bellingham's Adam Taylor (2-3, grand slam, 5 RBI's) powered the Blackhawks to a (9-8) win over Medfield in Tri-Valley League action.


Andrew Rainville pitched a perfect game to lead North Shore to a (10-) whitewashing of Pope John in a non-league tilt.


Nantucket sophomore Mike Molta (CG, 2-hitter, 15 K's) spun a masterpiece as the Whalers defeated Sturgis (7-1).


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for May 7th



For games played on Thursday, May 7, 2009.


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Wellesley--22
Brookline--1


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Latin Academy--12
Brighton--4


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Ipswich--7
Amesbury--2

Lynnfield--4
Masconomet--3

Pentucket--10
Rockport--0


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Lincoln-Sudbury--13
Wayland--5

EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Coyle-Cassidy--20
Bishop Feehan--7


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Malden--4
Medford--1


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

King Philip--19
Canton--0

Oliver Ames--5
Franklin--4


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Diman--13
Bristol-Plymouth--2

Southeastern--14
Holbrook--10

Sacred Heart--6
Wetsport--0


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Reading--16
Melrose--1


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Marblehead--7
Lynn Classical--2

Peabody--5
Winthrop--4


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Hanover--6
North Quincy--3

Rockland--14
Pembroke--3


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Apponequet--6
Bourne--0


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Harwich--4
Mashpee--0

Cohasset--10
Abington--1

Hull--6
East Bridgewater--0

Norwell--9
Carver--0


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Bellingham--7
Medfield--0

Holliston--16
Dover-Sherborn--0


NON-LEAGUE

Brockton--5
Fontbonne--3

Hopedale--7
Marian--5

Medway--15
Mt. Alvernia--0

Needham--12
Waltham--1


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for May 7th



For games played on Thursday, May 7, 2009.


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Needham--10
Dedham--0

Welllesley--10
Brookline--5


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Georgetown--16
Hamilton-Wenham--5

Ipswich--8
Manchester-Essex--4

Masconomet--5
Triton--1

Rockport--14
Lynnfield--6


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

St. Mary's--16
Marian--2


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Shawsheen--17
Chelsea--5


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Weston--6
Acton-Boxboro--1


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Cambridge--6
Medford--1


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Franklin--7
Oliver Ames--2


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

West Bridgewater--6
Blue Hills--4

Diman--19
Bristol-Plymouth--3

Holbrook--5
South Shore Voc. Tech--3


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Melrose--5
Reading--2


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Lynn English--7
Danvers--5

Peabody--14
Winthrop--5

Marblehead--5
Lynn Classical--2


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Duxbury--14
Quincy--1

Pembroke--9
Rockland--1


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Apponequet--10
Bourne--2


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Mashpee--5
Harwich--4


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Bellingham--9
Medfield--8

Holliston--4
Dover-Sherborn--4


NON-LEAGUE

Brockton--5
Xaverian--3

Malden Catholic--9
Lowell--4

North Shore--10
Pope John--0

Nantucket--7
Sturgis--1


Thursday, May 7, 2009

MIAA accepts Mansfield offer to settle football issues


MIAA press release;


MIAA ACCEPTS MANSFIELD HIGH SCHOOL OFFER

TO SETTLE FOOTBALL ISSUE

Franklin, MA, May 7, 2009 - - The appeal by Mansfield High School before the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Council (MIAC) scheduled for today has been postponed after the two parties reached a tentative agreement.

The Mansfield School Department approached the MIAA with an offer of a four game disqualification of its football coach and to reimburse the Association $9,700 in legal fees.

Mansfield H.S. was appealing a decision by the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association’s (MIAA) Board of Directors to suspend Football Coach Michael Redding for five games as a result of his failure to report in a timely manner the use of an ineligible player last season. The school was also appealing the MIAA decision to assess them legal fees incurred in the matter.

The Association has accepted this offer as being a reasonable way to conclude this unfortunate situation. Conditioned upon the parties finalization of a written agreement, the MIAA’s The Board of Directors will take final action on this offer at its June 4th meeting.



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EMASS Softball Players of the Day for May 6th

photo by Robin Chan/wickedlocalHalifax



Players of the Day for Wednesday, May 6, 2009.


Katie Stanley (pictured above) was a monster in the circle and the at the dish (CG, 7 K's, 3-3, HR, 3 RBI's) as Silver Lake snuck by Whitman-Hanson (6-3) in Patriot League action.


Braintree's Liz DiMascio pitched a one-hitter to go along with 11 strikeouts to lead the Wamps to a (2-0) victory over Dedham in a Bay State League pitcher's duel.


Freshman Amanda Lucey (CG, one-hitter, 10 K's) was incredible in the circle as North Shore pounded Presentation of Mary (15-0) in a Commonwealth League mismatch.


Duxbury's Laura Walter (4-hitter, 14 K's) pitched the Dragons to a (17-0) Patriot League whitewashing of Hingham.


Frosh Tori Jensen (two 2-run HR's, 4 RBI's) powered Holliston past Norton (8-5) in a Tri-Valley League battle royale.


Taunton's Jess Furtado (3-4, 6 RBI's) pounded the ball as the Tigers creamed Barnstable (15-0) in an Old Colony League blowout.


Amanda Davis (5-6, grand slam, 5 RBI's) propelled Apponequet to a (28-4) pasting of South Coast Conference foe, Wareham.


Lincoln-Sudbury's Anna Balser hurled a 3-hit, 11 strikeout masterpiece to lead the Warriors to a (12-2) drubbing of Dual County League opponent Arlington.


Amber White hurled another no-hitter in the circle as Middleboro starts a new winning streak with a (6-0) Patriot League win over Hanover.


Harwich's Nell O'Connor fired a one-hit, 13 K gem as the Rough Riders disposed of South Shore League combatant Carver (2-1).


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for May 6th

photo from the Patriot Ledger



Players of the Day for Wednesday, May 6, 2009.


Joe Flynn (pictured above) struck out 16 to help put Plymouth North back in the win column in a (3-2) victory over Atlantic Coast nemesis Sandwich.


Trinity Catholic's Mike Marchionda fired an eight strikeout no-hitter to lead the Falcons to a (7-0) win over Parker Charter.


Ryan Wood (CG, 2 hits, 7 K's) propelled Lincoln-Sudbury to a (2-0) Dual County League shutout of Arlington.


Cambridge's Kevin Luciano fired a 6 strikeout, one hitter to pace the Falcons to a (3-0) Greater Boston League win over Somerville.


Mike Martell pitched a 10 strikeout complete game as Chelmsford pasted Lowell (9-1) in a Merrimack Valley League mismatch.


Marblehead's Brandon Lee (4-4, HR, 3 runs, 3 RBI's) powered the Magicians to a (10-1) drubbing of Northeastern Conference foe, Salem.


K.C. Murphy (3-4, 4 RBI's) was the offensive catalyst in Hingham's pounding of Duxbury (11-2) in a Patriot League battle for first place.


Norton's Ricky Travers (3-3, 5 RBI's) was part of the offensive explosion as the Lancers outslugged Holliston (18-10) for Tri-Valley League bragging rights.


Brenden Carter (3-run HR, grand slam) accounted for all of Revere's runs in a Northeastern Conference win over Winthrop (7-3).


Westford Academy's James Marcoillier (double, triple, 5 RBI's) lead the Grey Ghosts to a (11-7) win over Dual County League foe Wayland.


MIAA--Mansfield reach tentative agreement




MIAA-MANSFIELD HIGH SCHOOL REACH TENTATIVE AGREEMENT

APPEAL HEARING POSTPONED


Here is the press release;

Franklin, MA, May 7, 2009 - - The appeal by Mansfield High School before the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Council (MIAC) scheduled for today has been postponed after the two parties reached a tentative agreement.

Mansfield H.S. was appealing a decision by the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association’s (MIAA) Board of Directors to suspend Football Coach Michael Redding for five games as a result of his failure to report in a timely manner the use of an ineligible player last season. The school was also appealing the MIAA decision to assess them legal fees incurred in the matter.

Attorneys reached an agreement that must be reduced to writing, reviewed by the MIAA Board and ratified before it is official. The Board will take up the agreement at its June 4th meeting. Terms of the agreement are not being released until it is finalized.

EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for May 6th



For games played on Wednesday, May 6, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE

Nauset--10
Marshfield--4

Plymouth South--3
Dennis-Yarmouth--2

Sandwich--8
Plymouth North--2


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Braintree--2
Dedham--0

Milton--7
Framingham--6

Newton North--4
Natick--2

Walpole--16
Needham--4


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

North Reading--6
Masconomet--3

Amesbury--10
Lynnfield--1

Newburyport--5
Ipswich--3

Triton--13
Rockport--2


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Arlington Catholic--3
St. Mary's--2

Cardinal Spellman--5
Bishop Fenwick--1

Lowell Catholic--16
St. Clement--1

Matignon--2
Marian--1

Trinity Catholic--13
Pope John--11


CATHOLIC CONFERENCE

Notre Dame (Hingham)--6 (Game 1)
Mt. St. Joseph's--3

Notre Dame (Hingham)--18 (Game 2)
Mt. St. Joseph's--3

Ursuline--5
Nazareth--3


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

North Shore--15
Presentation of Mary--0


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Boston Latin--10
Weston--5

Westford Academy--17
Wayland--1

Lincoln-Sudbury--12
Arlington--2


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Somerville--9
Cambridge--5


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Oliver Ames--4
Canton--3

Sharon--7
Franklin--6

Stoughton--2
Mansfield--1

King Philip--13
Foxboro--3


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Chatham--9 (Game 1)
Norfolk Aggie--8

Norfolk Aggie--10 (Game 2)
Chatham--8

Old Colony--3
Cape Cod Tech--0

Diman--10
Tri-County--3

MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Billerica--4
Dracut--1

Lowell--8
Andover--5

Chelmsford--12
Haverhill--7


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Burlington--3
Reading--2

Woburn--5
Melrose--3


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Marblehead--6
Salem--4

Winthrop--9
Revere--4

Danvers--6
Lynn Classical--3

Gloucester--16
Lynn English--8

Peabody--3
Swampscott--2


OLD COLONY LEAGUE

Taunton--15
Barnstable--0


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Duxbury--17
Hingham--0

Middleboro--6
Hanover--0

North Quincy--5
Pembroke--1

Quincy--9
Scituate--0

Rockland--4
Randolph--3

Silver Lake--6
Whitman-Hanson--3


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Dighton-Rehoboth--3
Case--0

Old Rochester--4
Greater New Bedford--3

Apponequet--28
Wareham--4


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Abington--3
Hull--2

Harwich--2
Carver--1

Mashpee--9
Norwell--5


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Ashland--15
Dover-Sherborn--0

Medway--9
Bellingham--4

Hopkinton--13
Millis--5

Holliston--8
Norton--5

Westwood--4
Medfield--0


NON-LEAGUE

Bishop Feehan--6
North Attleboro--0

New Bedford--5
Dartmouth--3

Shawsheen--3
Stoneham--0

Durfee--13
Attleboro--3

Bourne--12
Falmouth--10

Brockton--6
Coyle-Cassidy--3

Bishop Connolly--9
Westport--4

Nantucket--21
Provincetown--5


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for May 6th



For games played on Wednesday, May 6, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE

Marshfield--13
Nauset--2

Plymouth North--3
Sandwich--2

Dennis-Yarmouth--4
Plymouth South--3


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Framingham--2
Milton--1

Needham--5
Walpole--2

Newton North--8
Natick--7


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Masconomet--9
Lynnfield--2

North Reading--7
North Andover--5

Pentucket--8
Rockport--2


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Lowell Catholic--11
Pope John--1

Austin Prep--7
Marian--4


CATHOLIC CONFERENCE

Catholic Memorial--6
St. John's Prep--4

Xaverian--8
Malden Catholic--3


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Greater Lowell--9
Greater Lawrence--3

North Shore--11
Shawsheen--0


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Lincoln-Sudbury--2
Arlington--0

Newton South--5
Tyngsboro--4

Waltham--2
Concord-Carlisle--0

Westford Academy--11
Wayland--7

Weston--6
Boston Latin--5


EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Bishop Stang--5
Coyle-Cassidy--3


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Cambridge--3
Somerville--0

Medford--3
Malden--1


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Franklin--6
Sharon--3

Mansfield--17
Stoughton--5

Oliver Ames--9
Canton--3


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Chatham--5
Norfolk Aggie--4

Diman--15
Tri-County--5


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Chelmsford--9
Lowell--1

Dracut--5
Billerica--4


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Burlington--3
Reading--2

Wakefield--7
Belmont--3

Woburn--8
Melrose--5


NORTHEASTEN CONFERENCE

Marblehead--10
Salem--1

Peabody--3
Swampscott--2

Revere--7
Winthrop--3

Lynn Classical--2
Danvers--1


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Hingham--11
Duxbury--2

Rockalnd--15
Randolph--3

Scituate--17
Quincy--7

Silver Lake--5
Whitman-Hanson--3


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Dighton-Rehoboth--14
Case--9


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Abington--10
Hull--0


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Medfield--8
Westwood--4

Norton--18
Holliston--10

Ashland--4
Dover-Sherborn--2

Bellingham--9
Medway--0

Hopkinton--8
Millis--2


NON-LEAGUE

Barnstable--2
Falmouth--0

North Attleboro--4
Bishop Feehan--3

Trinity Catholic--7
Parker Charter--0

New Bedford--3
Dartmouth--1

Nantucket--16
Provincetown--7


Wednesday, May 6, 2009

EMASS Softball Players of the Day for May 5th



Players of the Day for Tuesday, May 5, 2009.



NO PLAYERS OF THE DAY DUE TO THE RAIN

EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for May 5th



Players of the Day for Tuesday, May 5, 2009.


NO PLAYERS OF THE DAY DUE TO THE RAIN


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for May 5th



For games played on Tuesday, May 5, 2009.


ALL GAMES POSTPONED DUE TO THE WEATHER


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for May 5th



For games played on Tuesday, May 5, 2009.


ALL GAMES POSTPONED DUE TO THE WEATHER


Tuesday, May 5, 2009

EMASS Softball Players of the Day for May 4th


Players of the Day for Monday, May 4, 2009.



Kiki Saveriano (above left) was immense in the circle and at the plate (shutout, 1-hitter, 15 K's, 2-3, single, HR) as she propelled Lexington to a (8-0) whitewashing of Middlesex League foe Wakefield.


Ashland's Nicole D'Argento was almost perfect (5 IP, 14 out of 15 outs were K's) as the Clockers stomped on Westwood in Tri-Valley League action (17-2).


Meredith Kelly hit for the cycle and had 8 RBI's to lead Cohasset to a (21-1) pasting of South Shore League opponent, Mashpee.


Norwood's Ali Maloof tossed a one-hit, ten strikeout shutout while teammate Lauren Duggan (3-5, 5 RBI's) supplied the pop as the Mustangs bested Natick (11-0) in Bay State League action.


Kelli Jo Deardorff (7 Ip, 4-hitter, 13 K's) shined in the circle as Shawsheen snuck by Greater Lowell in Commonwealth League action.


Concord-Carlisle's Emily Beinecke and Georgia Guttadauro (9-10, 7 runs, 6 RBI's) were all the Patriots needed offensively as they pounded Dual County League foe Wayland (15-0).


Diana Bean (shutout, one-hitter, 6 K's, 4-4, RBI) lead Danvers to a (5-0) shutout of fellow Northeastern Conference member Beverly.


Duxbury's Casey Ducinski (CG, 12 K's) was the impetus behind the Dragons (3-1) win over Pembroke in a Patriot League tilt.


Nicole Eisenmann (shutout, one-hitter, 10 K's, 2 hits, 2 RBI's) did it all as East Bridgewater took care of business in the South Shore League by defeating Carver (3-0).


Millis' Hillary McBride (5-5, 5 runs scored, RBI) powered the Mohawks to a (20-11) demolition of Tri-Valley League for Norton.


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for May 4th

photo by Roger Darrigrand/Eagle Tribune


Players of the Day for Monday, May 4, 2009.


Taylor Robinson (pictured above) supplied the punch (4 hits, 3 runs, 5 RBI's) as Haverhill smothered Merrimack Valley League foe Billerica (17-0).


Braintree's Joe Donovan had 5 hits to lead the Wamps to a (8-3) victory over Bay State League opponent Needham.


Bryan Sweeney (4-4, 2 RBI's) was the catalyst in Dennis-Yarmouth's (7-4) upset of Atlantic Coast Conference leader Plymouth North.


Bishop Fenwick's Tommy Moules pitched a 5-hit, 12 strikeout gem to lead the Crusaders to a Catholic Central win over Archbishop Williams (3-0).


Dionys Quezada (3-1-2-6) propelled Lawrence to a thrashing of Whittier (15-0) in a non-league mismatch.


Lincoln-Sudbury's Derek Lowe (6 IP, shutout, 8 K's) pitched a masterpiece as the Warriors bested Boston Latin (6-0) in Dual County League action.


Pat Urban (6 IP, 11 K's) was immense on the hill as Malden belted Somerville (13-1) in a Greater Boston League tilt.


Belmont sophomore Matt Brown (4-4, 2 doubles, 5 RBI's) was the offensive force behind the Marauders (12-8) Middlesex League win over Woburn.


Dave Gibson (win, 10 K's, 3-4, 2 RBI's) supplied the arm and bat to lead Hanover to a (7-2) Patriot League win over Whitman-Hanson.


Hull's Robert Hill (6 1/3, 14 K's) was unhittable as the Pirates slipped by South Shore League opponent, Norwell (5-2).


Ty Breton fired a 3-hit, 10 strikeout pearl as Greater New Bedford slipped by South Coast Conference foe Apponequet (4-2).


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for May 4th



For games played on Monday, May 4, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE

Dennis-Yarmouth--5
Plymouth North--4

Plymouth South--18
Falmouth--0

Marshfield--8
Sandwich--4


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Braintree--5
Needham--2

Milton--7
Wellesley--2

Newton North--4
Framingham--1

Weymouth--22
Brookline--1

Walpole--11
Dedham--0

Norwood--11
Natick--0


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Boston English--29
Boston International--10

Hyde Park--26
South Boston--19


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Ipswich--11
Pentucket--1

Masconomet--8
Georgetown--7

North Reading--5
Amesbury--1

Wilmington--9
Rockport--2

Newburyport--5
Lynnfield--3

North Andover--12
Manchester Essex--4


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Archbishop Williams--4
Bishop Fenwick--3

Arlington Catholic--3
Austin Prep--1

Marian--18
Lowell Catholic--2

Pope John--16
St. Clement--12


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Mystic Valley--9
North Shore--6

Shawsheen--3
Greater Lowell--2

Whittier--16
Presentation of Mary--8

Northeast--17
Lynn Tech--2


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Arlington--6
Weston--5

Bedford--12
Tyngsboro--7

Concord-Carlisle--15
Wayland--0

Lincoln-Sudbury--2
Boston Latin--1

Westford Academy--17
Waltham--2

Acton-Boxboro--15
Newton South--2


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Everett--15
Cambridge--3

Malden--16
Somerville--1


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Franklin--5
Mansfield--3

King Philip--9
North Attleboro--2

Oliver Ames--12
Sharon--4

Stoughton--7
Canton--4


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Avon--17
South Shore Voc.--2

Cape Cod Tech--10
Southeastern--3

Old Colony--28
Chatham--7

Sacred Heart--12
Bristol-Plymouth--1

Tri-County--5
Blue Hills--4

West Bridgewater--9
Westport--1


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Andover--9
Lawrence--6

Tewksbury--1
Methuen--0

Central Catholic--1
Billerica--0

Chelmsford--10
Lowell--9


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Lexington--8
Wakefield--0

Melrose--5

Burlington--4

Stoneham--16
Winchester--1

Woburn--13
Belmont--0


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Lynn Classical--12
Gloucester--0

Peabody--4
Saugus--1

Swampscott--4
Revere--1

Lynn English--5
Winthrop--3

Danvers--5
Beverly--0


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Duxbury--3
Pembroke--1

Quincy--16
Rockland--0

Silver Lake--9
Middleboro--2

Whitman-Hanson--3
Hanover--2

Scituate--14
Randolph--4


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Fairhaven--10
Old Rochester--0

Case--14
Seekonk--2

Bourne--28
Wareham--2


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Abington--6
Harwich--3

East Bridgewater--3
Carver--0

Hull--7
Norwell--4

Cohasset--21
Mashpee--1


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Ashland--17
Westwood--2

Bellingham--8
Hopkinton--2

Medway--3
Dover-Sherborn--1

Holliston--10
Medfield--4

Millis--20
Norton--11


NON-LEAGUE

Maimonides--20
Parker Charter--8

New Bedford--7
Bridgewater-Raynham--6

St. Mary's--11
Notre Dame (Hingham)--3

Taunton--8
Brockton--1

Barnstable--6
Nauset--3

Durfee--5
Dartmouth--2


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for May 4th



For games played on Monday, May 4, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE

Falmouth--11
Plymouth South--4

Sandwich--11
Marshfield--3


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Braintree--8
Needham--3

Brookline--4
Weymouth--2

Milton--6
Wellesley--3

Natick--2
Norwood--1

Newton North--12
Framingham--2

Walpole--8
Dedham--2


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Boston English--6
Boston International--3

Hype Park--15
Burke--5

Madison Park--3
Latin Academy--2


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Newburyport--5
Masconomet--1


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Arlington Catholic--3
Austin Prep--0

Bishop Fenwick--3
Archbishop Williams--0

Cardinal Spellman--5
Marian--0

St. Clement--16
Pope John--2

St. Mary's--17
Matignon--7


CATHOLIC CONFERENCE

BC High--11
Malden Catholic--9

St. John's Prep--1
Xaverian--0


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Mystic Valley--2
North Shore--1

Northeast--12
Lynn Tech--9

Greater Lowell--4
Shawsheen--2


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Arlington--9
Weston--7

Lincoln-Sudbury--6
Boston Latin--0

Newton South--4
Acton-Boxboro--0

Wayland--8
Concord-Carlisle--4

Westford Academy--7
Waltham--0


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Everett--5
Cambridge--4

Malden--13
Somerville--1


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Canton--8
Stoughton--6

King Philip--4
North Attleboro--3

Mansfield--3
Franklin--1

Sharon--3
Oliver Ames--2


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Upper Cape--12
Avon--5

South Shore Voc.--4
Blue Hills--3

Sacred Heart--9
Chatham--5

Diman--7
Bishop Connolly--2

Holbrook--12
Norfolk Aggie--1

Old Colony--9
Cape Cod Tech--4

Southeastern--6
Bristol-Plymouth--4

Westport--15
Tri-County--13


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Andover--6
Chelmsford--5

Central Catholic--5
Methuen--2

Haverhill--17
Billerica--0

Tewksbury--6
Dracut--5


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Belmont--12
Woburn--8

Burlington--6
Melrose--3

Lexington--4
Wakefield--1

Reading--5
Watertown--0

Winchester--11
Stoneham--4


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Beverly--4
Marblehead--0

Gloucester--4
Lynn Classical--1

Lynn English--13
Winthrop--4

Peabody--6
Saugus--1

Salem--4
Danvers--3

Swampscott--8
Revere--1


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Duxbury--17
Pembroke--0

Hanover--7
Whitman-Hanson--2

Hingham--12
North Quincy--2

Middleboro--4
Silver Lake--2

Quincy--2
Rockland--1

Scituate--12
Randolph--4


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Seekonk--11
Case--7

Fairhaven--5
Old Rochester--1

Greater New Bedford--4
Apponequet--2

Bourne--11
Wareham--10


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Abington--3
Harwich--1

Carver--5
East Bridgewater--4

Mashpee--9
Cohasset--2

Hull--5
Norwell--2


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Holliston--6
Medfield--4

Hopkinton--5
Bellingham--4

Norton--15
Millis--4

Westwood--7
Ashland--2

Medway--6
Dover-Sherborn--4


NON-LEAGUE

Bridgewater-Raynham--4
New Bedford--3

Catholic Memorial--6
West Roxbury--2

Dartmouth--9
Durfee--1

Dighton-Rehoboth--12
Martha's Vineyard--8

Maimonides--7
South Shore Christian--3

Nauset--4
Barnstable--3

Taunton--7
Brockton--0

Provincetown--6
Sturgis--5

Lawrence--15
Whittier--0