Saturday, May 16, 2009

EMASS Softball Players of the Day for May 15th



Players of the Day for Friday, May 15, 2009.


Michelle Cooprider (pictured above) was the offensive catalyst (3-4, 4 RBI's) in Hopkinton's (8-6) victory over Tri-Valley League foe Dover-Sherborn.


Braintree Liz DiMascio (shutout, 18 K's) overpowered the circle in the Wamps (7-0) Bay State League win over Natick.


Noelle Christmas (CG, 8 IP, 11 K's, 2 hits, scored winning run) was all over the pay sheet as Plymouth South defeated Atlantic Coast League rival Sandwich (2-1).


Wilmington's Chelsie Babcock (2-hitter, 3 hits, 2 runs scored) was Miss Everthing in the Wildcats (8-1) Cape Ann League decision over North Andover.


Michaela Criscione (3-5, 5 RBI's) provided the pop as Franklin thumped Foxboro (14-8) in a Hockomock League battle.


Chelmsford's Sam Peterson (3-4, 2 doubles, 4 RBI's) provided the offense as the Lions slipped by Merrimack Valley League opponent Billerica (7-6).


Jennie Lacolla fired a 3-hit, 9 K shutout in the circle as Stoneham shut down Belmont (4-0) in Middlesex League action.


Marblehead's Katherine DiGammarino (4-5, double, 4 runs, 2 RBI's) powered the Magicians to a (16-5) demolition of Northeastern Conference foe Gloucester.


Katie Lowry (3-3, 2 RBI's) and Julia Yee (3-4, 3 RBI's) were the offensive stars as Quincy smoked Hingham (15-5) in Patriot League action.


Walpole's Micheala Cosby (4-4, 5 RBI's) supplied the power as the Rebels dispatched Framingham (9-8) in a Bay State League nail biter.


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for May 15th

photo by Tim Jean/Andovertownsman


Players of the Day for Friday, May 15, 2009.


John Farrell (pictured above) tossed a 3-hit, 12 K shutout to lead Andover to a (17-0) Merrimack Valley Conference win over Methuen.


Whittier's Tyler Baker (2-hit shutout, 2-4, 2 runs, 2 RBI's) supplied the offense and the arm in leading the Wildcats to a (17-0) Commonwealth League victory over Greater Lawrence.


George Lehner (4-4, 2 runs, 2 RBI's) powered Tewksbury to a (8-2) decision over Billerica in Merrimack Valley Conference action.


Reading's Ben Olsen threw a 3-hit, 11 strikeout shutout to pace the Rockets to a (3-0) Middlesex League win over Woburn.


Rob Swanson hurled a 5-hit, 10K shutout to lead Winthrop to a (2-0) Northeastern Conference whitewashing of Danvers.


Pembroke's Adam Simpson spun a one hit shutout as the Titans took care of business in the Patriot League with a (7-0) win over Randolph.


Hopkinton's Peter Carbone (4-4, double, HR, 4 RBI's) was the offensive catalyst in the Hillies (13-10) Tri-Valley League slugfest over Dover-Sherborn.


Eric Lowell threw a 4-hit, 10 strikeout gem to lead Nantucket to a (4-1) decision over Bishop Connolly in a non-league tilt.


Hingham's KC Murphy hit a homerun and added 5 ribbies in the Harbormen's (14-1) Patriot League win over Quincy.


Sean Ryan continued his torrid hitting with 4 hits and 5 runs scored to propel Norton to a (21-1) win over Medfield in a Tri-Valley League mismatch.


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for May 15th



For games played on Friday, May 15, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE

Plymouth South--2
Sandwich--1

Nauset--6
Falmouth--3


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Madison Park--21
Dorchester--15


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Braintree--7
Natick--0

Milton--3
Weymouth--2

Walpole--9
Framingham--8


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Wilmington--8
North Andover--1

Newburyport--6
Pentucket--1


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

North Shore--12
Northeast--1

Presentation of Mary--17
Lynn Tech--2


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Everett--5
Cambridge--4

Malden--4
Somerville--2


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Franklin--14
Foxboro--8

Mansfield--11
Sharon--7

Stoughton--5
North Attleboro--4


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Tri-County--3
Old Colony--1

Upper Cape--22
Chatham--15


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Tewksbury--15
Lowell--0

Chelmsford--7
Billerica--6

Dracut--16
Andover--2


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Stoneham--4
Belmont--0

Reading--2
Woburn--1


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Peabody--5
Lynn English--4

Danvers--5
Winthrop--3

Marblehead--16
Gloucester--5


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Middleboro--2
North Quincy--0

Quincy--15
Hingham--5

Randolph--6
Pembroke--3

Whitman-Hanson--1
Duxbury--0


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Seekonk--3
Apponequet--1

Dighton-Rehoboth--8
Bourne--0

Case--15
Wareham--4


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Norton--6
Medfield--5

Hopkinton--8
Dover-Sherborn--6


NON-LEAGUE

Matignon--9
Mt. St. Joseph--8

Mt. Alvernia--11
Trinity Catholic--4

Masconomet--11
Winchester--4

Nantucket--8
Diman--4

Sacred Heart--10
Plymouth North--4

Dennis-Yarmouth--14
Martha's Vineyard--4

Bishop Stang--15
Westport--0


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for May 14th



For games played on Friday, May 15, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE

Sandwich--6
Plymouth South--4

Falmouth--5
Nauset--3


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Weymouth--6
Milton--2

Needham--12
Newton North--4


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Austin Prep--15
Lowell Catholic--1


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Whittier--17
Greater Lawrence--0


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Westford Academy--5
Acton-Boxboro--0


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Cambridge--6
Everett--5

Malden--6
Somerville--2


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Franklin--5
Foxboro--2

King Philip--7
Oliver Ames--2

North Attleboro--7
Stoughton--6

Mansfield--7
Sharon--6


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Upper Case--8
Holbrook--4

Southeastern--10
Tri-County--2

Bristol-Plymouth--5
Old Colony--0


MERRIMACK VALLEY

Central Catholic--3
Lowell--2

Tewksbury--8
Billerica--2

Andover--17
Methuen--0

Lawrence--9
Dracut--8


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Belmont--5
Stoneham--3

Lexington--5
Melrose--4

Reading--3
Woburn--0

Winchester--6
Watertown--5


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Beverly--9
Revere--4

Gloucester--7
Marblehead--2

Lynn Classical--4
Salem--2

Winthrop--2
Danvers--0

Peabody--5
Lynn English--4


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Duxbury--7
Whitman-Hanson--0

Pembroke--7
Randolph--0

Middleboro--11
North Quincy--3

Hingham--14
Quincy--1


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Dighton-Rehoboth--14
Bourne--1

Case--5
Wareham--2

Seekonk--13
Apponequet--1


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Carver--3
Harwich--1


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Hopkinton--13
Dover-Sherborn--10

Norton--21
Medfield--1


NON-LEAGUE

Bishop Stang--13
Cardinal Spellman--5

Medford--7
Boston English--1

North Reading--16
Lynn Tech--2

Wayland--4
Canton--0

BC High--8
St. Peter-Marian--1

Nantucket--4
Bishop Connolly--1

Archbishop Williams--6
South Shore Christian--0

Friday, May 15, 2009

EMASS Softball Players of the Day for May 14th

photo by David W. Oliviera


Players of the Day for Thursday, May 14, 2009.


Kacie Sturgeon (pictured above sliding) had 4 hits and 7 ribbies to lead Dartmouth to a (17-13) victory over Brockton in a non-league slugfest.


Norwood's Lauren Duggan (shutout, one hit, 12 K's) was the master of the circle as the Mustangs defeated Bay State League opponent Needham (10-0).


Trudy Getches (3 hits, 3 runs, 4 RBI's) was the offensive leader in Greater Lawrence's (11-10) Commonwealth League win over Northeast.


Acton-Boxboro's Lauren Murphy (7 IP, 1 hit, 11 K's, shutout, 3-5, 2 HR, 5 RBI's) controlled all aspects of the game as the Colonials thrashed Westford Academy (13-0) in a Dual County League tilt.


King Philip's Maggie Quealy (WP, 2-hitter, Grand Slam, 3-run HR) provided all the tools in the Warriors (19-2) walkover of Oliver Ames in Hockomock League action.


Luz Brenz (2-3, HR, 3 runs, 3 RBI's) propelled Lawrence to a (10-3) decison over Notre Dame of Tyngsboro in a Merrimack Valley League show of power.


Beverly's Sarah Pezzulo spun a 4-hit, 10 K gem to lead the Panthers to a (5-2) Northeastern Conference victory over Revere.


Ericka Stearns (4-4, 2 doubles, HR, 3 RBI's) ignited the Hanover offense in a (7-4) victory over Patriot League contestant Rockland.


Harwich's Nell O'Connor threw a twelve strikeout shutout to lead the Rough Riders to a (5-0) verdict over South Shore League rival Norwell.


CC Rogers fanned 15 and Courtney Parker hit two homeruns, 3 RBI's in Bellingham's (8-1) Tri-Valley League win over Millis.


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for May 14th

photo by Martin Gavin/Sun Chronicle


Players of the Day for Thursday, May 14, 2009.


Dan Gelinas (pictured above) went 4-5 with 4 RBI's in Attleboro's (14-1) drubbing of Old Colony League rival Taunton.


Dennis-Yarmouth's Mike Sweeney (4-4, 3 doubles, 2 runs, 3 RBI's) powered the Dolphins to an (11-1) Atlantic Coast win over Marshfield.


Chris Funnell (CG, 9 IP, 9K's) tossed a gem as Natick doubled up Bay State League opponent Braintree (6-3).


North Reading's Kevin Singer hurled a complete game, 2 hit shutout to pace the Fighting Hornets to a (2-0) whitewashing of Cape Ann League foe Hamilton-Wenham.


Will Allen (2 HR's, 7 RBI's) was the offensive catalyst in Newton South's (17-10) win over Boston Latin in a Dual County League slugfest.


Everett's Al Saia went six innings racking up seven strikeouts to lead the Crimson Tide to a (3-0) shutout of Malden in the Greater Boston League.


Zack Smith and Matt Burgess each hit two homeruns in Silver Lake's (7-5) victory over Scituate in a Patriot League tilt.


Cohasset's Jeff Cavanaro (2 IP, W, 4-5, 4 RBI's) provided the bulk of the offense in the Skippers (18-15) decision over Hull in a South Shore League scrum.


Cory Allison(3 hits, 4 RBI's) and Andy Lalli (3 hits, 4 RBI's) jumpstarted the offense in Coyle-Cassidy's (18-5) drubbing of Martha's Vineyard in a non-league tilt.


Amesbury's John Tassanari (3-3, 2 HR, 4 RBI's) propelled the Indians to a (16-2) shellacking of Pentucket in a Cape Ann League battle.


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for May 14th



For games played on Thursday, May 14, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE

Dennis-Yarmouth--5
Marshfield--3


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Norwood--10
Needham--0

Wellesley--3
Newton North--1

Dedham--17
Brookline--2


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Burke--29
New Mission--2

East Boston--19
Madison Park--10

Latin Academy--10
West Roxbury--3

Snowden--16
Brighton--7

South Boston--32
Charlestown--29


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Triton--5
Amesbury--3


CATHOLIC CONFERENCE

Mt. Alvernia--10
Nazareth--7

Mt. St. Joseph--8
Ursuline--7


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

North Shore--10
Whittier--7

Shawsheen--7
Presentation of Mary--3

Greater Lowell--15
Lynn Tech--0

Greater Lawrence--11
Northeast--10


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Acton-Boxboro--13
Westford Academy--0

Arlington--17
Wayland--4

Boston Latin--4
Newton South--1

Concord-Carlisle--8
Tyngsboro--1

Lincoln-Sudbury--6
Waltham--3

Weston--4
Bedford--1


EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Bishop Stang--10
Somerset--7


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Malden--4
Everett--1


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

King Philip--19
Oliver Ames--2


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

South Shore Voc.--7
Holbrook--1

Avon--1
Cape Cod Tech--0

Chatham--13
Upper Cape--12


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Haverhill--8
Dracut--4

Lawrence--10
Notre Dame (Tyngsboro)--3


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Lynn Classical--19
Salem--7

Saugus--3
Swampscott--2

Beverly--5
Revere--2


OLD COLONY LEAGUE

Bridgewater-Raynham--16
Barnstable--1

Taunton--19
Attleboro--4


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Hanover--7
Rockland--4

Scituate--8
Silver Lake--5


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Cohasset--4
Hull--3

East Bridgewater--2
Abington--0

Carver--12
Mashpee--3

Harwich--5
Norwell--0


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Ashland--16
Holliston--1

Bellingham--8
Millis--1

Medway--15
Westwood--4


NON-LEAGUE

Bishop Fenwick--10
Wakefield--4

Dartmouth--17
Brockton--13

Burlington--8
Austin Prep--6

Nantucket--8
Marta's Vineyard--3


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for May 14th



For games played on Thursday, May 14, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE

Dennis-Yarmouth--11
Marshfield--1


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Brookline--7
Dedham--1

Natick--6
Braintree--3

Walpole--6
Framingham--4

Wellesley--9
Newton North--4


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Brighton--9
Snowden--6

Latin Academy--12
Hyde Park--5


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Georgetown--8
Rockport--4

Ipswich--6
Lynnfield--5

Masconomet--9
Wilmington--0

North Reading--2
Hamilton-Wenham--0

Amesbury--16
Pentucket--2

Newburyport--18
Triton--5


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Lowell Catholic--12
North Cambridge Catholic--2


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Greater Lowell--7
Lynn Tech--1

Greater Lawrence--2
Northeast--0

Minuteman--9
Shawsheen--7

Mystic Valley--15
Chelsea--7

Whittier--3
North Shore--2


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Arlington--9
Wayland--2

Newton South--17
Boston Latin--10

Weston--9
Bedford--3

Tyngsboro--5
Concord-Carlisle--3


EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Bishop Stang--11
Somerset--10


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Everett--3
Malden--0


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Oliver Ames--8
Sharon--2


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Avon--5
Blue Hills--3

Diman--15
Cape Cod Tech--10

South Shore Voc.--4
Norfolk Aggie--3

West Bridgewater--7
Chatham--5


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Central Catholic--2
Andover--1


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Burlington--6
Wakefield--2


OLD COLONY LEAGUE

Attleboro--14
Taunton--1

Bridgewater-Raynham--7
Barnstable--3


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Rockland--12
Hanover--2

Silver Lake--7
Scituate--5


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Abington--8
East Bridgewater--4

Cohasset--18
Hull--15

Mashpee--4
Carver--1

Norwell--7
Harwich--2


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Bellingham--7
Millis--2

Westwood--11
Medway--7


NON-LEAGUE

Coyle-Cassidy--18
Martha's Vineyard--5

Dartmouth--7
Brockton--3

Maimonides--9
Provincetown--3


Thursday, May 14, 2009

EMASS Softball Players of the Day for May 13th

photo by Chris Bernstein/wickedlocalScituate


Players of the Day for Wednesday, May 13, 2009.


Rachel Gaughan (pictured above) had a no-hitter with 3 strikeouts to lead Scituate to a (8-1) Patriot League win over Hingham.


Ashland's Nicole D'Argento (no-hitter, shutout, 13 K's, 3-5, double, 3 RBI's) continued her domination of the Tri-Valley League in the Clockers (15-0) shutout of Hopkinton.


Freshman Abby Lucas hurled a no-hit shutout in the circle as Braintree shuts down Bay State League rival Brookline (10-0).


Lowell Catholic's Nicole Boisvert (W, 13 K's, double, triple, HR, 6 RBI's) was Miss Everything in the Crusaders (13-8) Catholic Central win over Trinity Catholic.


Adria Kotsiopoulos (7 IP, 9 K's, 2-5, double, run, 5 RBI's) propelled West Bridgewater to a (10-0) whitewashing of Mayflower League opponent Bristol-Plymouth.


Wellesley's Rebecca DiBiase threw a 11 strikeout shutout to pace the Raiders to a (8-0) Bay State League win over Natick.


Madison Martines (4-5, grand slam, 2 HR, 9 RBI's) had a career year in one day to lead Marian to a (15-0) Catholic Central victory over St. Clement.


Andover's Alex Stock (5-5, grand slam, 5 RBI's) supplied the pop to lead the Golden Warriors to (15-3) win over Notre Dame (Tyngsboro) in Merrimack Valley League action.


Kathleen Lynch had 5 hits and 5 RBI's in North Quincy's (15-4) Patriot League win over Rockland.


Westwood's Samantha Sestito (5-5, 5 RBI's) powered the Wolverines to a (17-9) Tri-Valley League victory over Dover-Sherborn.


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for May 13th



Players of the Day for Wednesday, May 13, 2009.


Kevin Plant (pictured above) and Sam Nagle went a combined (10-10, 16 RBI's) in Pembroke's (24-9) Patriot League win over Middleboro.


Newton North's Eric Howard fired a 2-hit shutout to lead the Tigers to a (10-0) whitewashing of Bay State foe Weymouth.


Jim Perron (W, 12 K's, 2-4, 3 RBI's) was the straw that stirred the drink in Archbishop Williams (8-2) Catholic Central victory over Austin Prep.


Concord-Carlisle's Dylan Katz-Wicks and Brodie Stone (6 hits, 6 RBI's) were the offensive weapons in the Patriots (12-10) victory in a Dual County League slugfest.


Burlington's Sam Cummings pitched a complete game, 18 strikeout shutout as Burlington creamed Middlesex League rival Woburn (14-0).


Lynn English's Brain Maynard (2 HR, 6 RBI"s) powered the Bulldogs to a shockingly easy (16-2) Northeastern Conference win over Revere.


Matt Quinn (6 IP, 6 K's, 3-5, 4 RBI's) was Mr. Everything in Seekonk's (14-0) CSouth Coastonference defeat of Bourne.


Carver's Billy Sullivan pitched a one-hit, 7 strikeout shutout to propel the Crusaders to a (7-0) South Shore League win over Hull.


Sahil Bloom (CG, shutout, 3-hitter, 6 K's) was again magnificent as he lead Weston to a (8-0) Dual County League win over Wayland.


Walpole's Tom Ryan hurled a 7-strikeout complete game shutout in the Rebels (3-0) Bay State League victory over Norwood.


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for May 13th



For games played on Wednesday, May 13, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE

Dennis-Yarmouth--8
Nauset--0

Plymouth South--17
Plymouth North--2

Sandwich--17
Falmouth--0


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Braintree--10
Brookline--0

Framingham--14
Needham--1

Milton--13
Dedham--0

Newton North--4
Weymouth--0

Norwood--6
Walpole--0

Wellesley--8
Natick--0


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Boston English--13
Madison Park--12

Burke--25
Charlestown--21

East Boston--13
O'Bryant--5


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Amesbury--9
Masconomet--2

Ipswich--10
Rockport--6

Lynnfield--10
Manchester Essex--4

North Reading--6
Georgetown--1

Triton--8
North Andover--0

Wilmington--9
Pentucket--0


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Cardinal Spellman--14
St. Mary's--3

Lowell Catholic--13
Trinity Catholic--8

Marian--15
St. Clement--0

Matignon--13
Pope John--1

Austin Prep--23
Archbishop Williams--2


CATHOLIC CONFERENCE

Mt. St. Joseph--7
Nazareth--1


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Mystic Valley--5
Greater Lawrence--2

North Shore--4
Shawsheen--3

Greater Lowell--8
Presentation of Mary--3

Minuteman--16
Lynn Tech--1


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Boston Latin--8
Westford Academy--0

Concord-Carlisle--8
Bedford--3

Weston--19
Wayland--4

Tyngsboro--3
Arlington--2


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Medford--12
Somerville--4


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Canton--6
Sharon--3

King Philip--15
Stoughton--0

North Attleboro--12
Franklin--11

Oliver Ames--11
Foxboro--2


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Blue Hills--6
Westport--2

Norfolk Aggie--13
South Shore Voc-5

Avon--27
Chatham--7

Sacred Heart--12
Diman--6

Old Colony--12
Southeastern--8

West Bridgewater--10
Bristol-Plymouth--0


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Andover--15
Notre Dame (Tyngsboro)--3

Chelmsford--4
Central Catholic--3

Tewksbury--3
Billerica--0

Dracut--3
Haverhill--0

Lowell--6
Methuen--1


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Melrose--14
Winchester--4

Reading--6
Belmont--4

Stoneham--1
Lexington--0

Woburn--2
Burlington--1


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Lynn Classical--1
Beverly--0

Peabody--5
Salem--4

Revere--7
Lynn English--4

Danvers--7
Marblehead--1

Saugus--3
Gloucester--1

Swampscott--3
Winthrop--2


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Hanover--15
Randolph--2

Middleboro--10
Pembroke--0

North Quincy--15
Rockland--4

Silver Lake--4
Duxbury--0

Whitman-Hanson--3
Quincy--0

Scituate--8
Hingham--1


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Case--2
Greater New Bedford--1

Apponequet--3
Old Rochester--2

Seekonk--12
Bourne--4


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Ashland--15
Hopkinton--0

Bellingham--8
Holliston--0

Medway--8
Norton--6

Westwood--17
Dover-Sherborn--9

Medfield--8
Millis-4


NON-LEAGUE

Bishop Feehan--9
Durfee--0

Coyle-Cassidy--18
Martha's Vineyard--0

Fontbonne--7
Marshfield--1

Fairhaven--6
New Bedford--4

Tri-County--4
Bishop Connolly--3


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for May 13th



For games played on Wednesday, May 13, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE

Plymouth North--7
Plymouth South--4

Dennis-Yarmouth--10
Nauset--1

Falmouth--12
Sandwich--7


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Brookline--5
Braintree--2

Milton--5
Dedham--4

Needham--7
Framingham--5

Newton North--10
Weymouth--0

Walpole--3
Norwood--0

Wellesley--6
Natick--1


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Archbishop Williams--8
Austin Prep--2

Arlington Catholic--10
Matignon--5

Bishop Fenwick--12
Marian--2

Lowell Catholic--10
Trinity Catholic--3

St. Mary's--15
Cardinal Spellman--8


CATHOLIC CONFERENCE

BC High--4
St. John's Prep--1

Xaverian--10
Catholic Memorial--3


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Greater Lowell--9
Northeast--8

Mystic Valley--18
Greater Lawrence--9


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Acton-Boxboro--6
Waltham--1

Arlington--7
Tyngsboro--2

Concord-Carlisle--12
Bedford--10

Lincoln-Sudbury--14
Newton South--2

Westford Academy--24
Boston Latin--6

Weston--8
Wayland--0


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Medford--4
Somerville--2


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Franklin--8
North Attleboro--6

Sharon--14
Canton--1

Foxboro--9
Oliver Ames--8

King Philip--9
Stoughton--3


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Old Colony--11
Bishop Connolly--6

Chatham--7
Avon--6

Holbrook--12
West Bridgewater--5

Sacred Heart--3
South Shore Voc.--1

Diman--13
Southeastern--3

Tri-County--12
Bristol-Plymouth--9


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Central Catholic--5
Lawrence--3

Dracut--6
Methuen--5

Haverhill--6
Andover--4

Tewksbury--15
Chelmsford--3


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Burlington--14
Woburn--0

Lexington--11
Stoneham--1

Melrose--14
Winchester--8

Reading--5
Belmont--4

Watertown--6
Wakefield--3


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Beverly--9
Lynn Classical--1

Danvers--3
Marblehead--2

Lynn English--16
Revere--2

Peabody--9
Salem--4

Swampscott--6
Winthrop--2

Gloucester--12
Saugus--4


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Hingham--13
Scituate--0

North Quincy--3
Rockland--1

Pembroke--24
Middleboro--9

Silver Lake--10
Duxbury--6


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Dighton-Rehoboth--13
Wareham--3

Old Rochester--15
Apponequet--2

Seekonk--14
Bourne--0

Greater New Bedford--2
Case--0


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Abington--5
Cohasset--4

Carver--7
Hull--0


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Bellingham--11
Holliston--6

Dover-Sherborn--3
Westwood--1

Norton--9
Medway--2

Hopkinton--6
Ashland--4

Medfield--11
Millis--1


NON-LEAGUE

Attleboro--9
Somerset--7

Barnstable--3
New Bedford--1

Durfee--10
Bishop Feehan--3


Wednesday, May 13, 2009

EMASS Football-What Division 2 might look like?

With the talk of the realignment for EMASS football I figured I would try and give you, what potentially could be the look of the new Division 2 for the North and South. These numbers are based on enrollment numbers plus the multipliers or dividers that were proposed and that there would be 16 teams in the Division. The numbers in () are what the schools actual enrollment is. This also assumes that these teams still will be competing in the same quadrant (North/South) that they currently are.

This is for discussion purposes only.

SOUTH

Braintree------------------754
North Quincy-------------742
Bridgewater-Raynham--709
Needham-----------------700
Marshfield----------------666
Natick---------------------666
North Attleboro----------649
Silver Lake----------------642
Dartmouth----------------632
Quincy---------------------621
Whitman-Hanson--------610
King Philip----------------605
Stoughton-----------------605
Wellesley------------------591
Bishop Feehan------------564 (434)
Dighton-Rehoboth--------559

In case you are wondering the next two are Falmouth (555) and Walpole (551)


NORTH

Waltham--------------816
Westford Academy---807
Lincoln-Sudbury-----805
Cambridge------------795
Lynn English----------772
Billerica---------------757
Medford---------------753
Woburn---------------721
Somerville------------715
Boston Latin----------697
Masconomet----------693
Salem------------------674
North Andover--------664
Reading----------------628
Gloucester-------------616
Dracut-----------------611

In case you were wondering the next two are Belmont (602) and Lynn Classical (602).


EMASS Football-What Division 1 might look like?

With the talk of the realignment for EMASS football I figured I would try and give you, what potentially could be the look of the new Division 1 (Large Schools) for the North and South. These numbers are based on enrollment numbers plus the multipliers or dividers that were proposed and that there would be 16 teams in the Division. The numbers in () are what the schools actual enrollment is. This also assumes that these teams still will be competing in the same quadrant (North/South) that they currently are.

Note: St. John's Prep and Malden Catholic, for discussion purposes, has been designated a North team.

This is for discussion purposes only.

SOUTH

Brockton-----------2375
BC High------------1707 (1313)
New Bedford-------1786
Xaverian-----------1266 (974)
Durfee--------------1217
Weymouth---------1103
Newton North-----1007
Framingham-------961
Taunton------------944
Brookline-----------909
Attleboro-----------892
Barnstable----------866
Plymouth South----816
Catholic Memorial-810 (623)
Franklin-------------782
Mansfield-----------755

In case you are wondering the next two are Braintree (754) and North Quincy (742)


NORTH

Lowell------------1786
St John's Prep---1663 (1279)
Lawrence--------1569
Peabody----------1052
Haverhill---------1024
Lexington--------1015
Acton-Boxboro---1006
Methuen-----------980
Newton South-----906
Andover------------892
Everett-------------892
Central Catholic--877 (675)
Malden-------------873
Revere--------------868
Malden Catholic---867 (667)
Chelmsford---------831

In case you were wondering the next two are Waltham (816) and Westford Academy (807).


EMASS Softball Players of the Day for May 12th



Players of the Day for Tuesday, May 12, 2009.


Sarah Erlandson (pictured above) fired a no-hitter with 15 strikeouts to lead Georgetown to a Cape Ann League shutout (10-0) of Manchester Essex.


Whittier's Taylor Miller had a no-hit, seven strikeout performance as the Wildcats defeated Commonwealth League foe Presentation of Mary (12-2).


McCauley Brooks (CG, 3-4, double, RBI) was Miss Everything as Acton-Boxboro was victorious (11-2) over Bedford in a Dual County League mismatch.


Bishop Feehan's Lexy Sturdy (2 hits, 3 RBI's) provided the "O" as the Shamrocks slipped by Eastern Athletic Conference member Bishop Stang (7-6).


Kara Lewis (shutout, 1-hitter, 14 K's, 3 doubles, 3 RBI's) was the catalyst behind Westport's (22-0) whitewashing of Commonwealth League foe Holbrook.


Everett's Haley Ellsworth (2 HR's) powered the Crimson Tide to a (15-5) Greater Boston League win over Somerville.


Sarra Bergeron fired a 2-hit, 12 strikeout shutout in the circle to lead Methuen to a (2-0) Merrimack Valley League victory over Lawrence.


Danvers' Diana Bean (W, shutout, 6 K's, 3-4, run) was instrumental in the Falcons (7-0) Northeastern Conference battle over Lynn English.


Amanda Daily and Abby Miner (6-8, 2 doubles, 3 RBI's) were the offensive tandem that lead Whitman-Hanson to a (5-2) Patriot League win over Scituate.


East Bridgewater's Nicole Eisenmann retired the last 20 batters she faced and had a single, double and RBI in the Vikings (5-1) South Shore League win over Norwell.


Lauren DiCredico fired a 2-hit shutout in the circle as Tewksbury knocked off Merrimack Valley League opponent Dracut (4-0).


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for May 12th

photo by Matthew Viglianti/Salem News


Players of the Day for Tuesday, May 12, 2009.


Chris Carmain (photo above) lead St. John's Prep to a (8-2) Catholic Conference victory over Malden Catholic with his arm (Win, 5 IP, 3 K's) and his and his bat (2-5).


Lincoln-Sudbury's Derek Lowe (3-3, triple, 4 RBI's) supplied the power as the Warriors started a new winning streak with a (14-2) Dual County League smothering of Wayland.


Al Stanton (win, 6 K's, 3-run HR) was Mr. Everything as Sandwich downed Atlantic Coast rival Nauset (7-3).


Braintree's Shawn Kenney (4-5, 2 RBI's) propelled the Wamps to a (13-3) pasting of Bay State League for Dedham.


Matt Cook fired a 3-hit, 11 strikeout masterpiece to lead Hamilton-Wenham to a (5-1) Cape Ann League win over Lynnfield.


Everett's Mike Russo hit a grand slam in the Crimson Tide's (20-7) Greater Boston League pounding of Medford.


Sophomore Sean McCarthy (5-5, 2 runs, 4 RBI's) paced Tewksbury to a (15-1) Merrimack Valley League defeat of Methuen.


Stoneham's Ryan McDonald (CG, 4-hitter, GW RBI) was the catalyst in the Spartans (3-2) Middlesex League win over Watertown.


Shawn Carlson (7 IP, 2 hits, 12 K's) was immense on the hill as Andover defeated Masconomet (7-2) in a non-league tilt.


Bridgewater-Raynham's Mike Connolly (W, 7 K's, 3 hits, 3 runs) was the straw that stirred the drink in leading the Trojans to a (9-3) non-league win over Brockton.


Junior Peter Janiero fired a one-hit shutout as Durfee disposed of Attleboro (10-0) in a non-league battle.


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for May 12th



For games played on Tuesday, May 12, 2009.


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Snowden--21
Burke--2

South Boston--17
Fenway--4


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Arlington Catholic--17
Archbishop Williams--3


CATHOLIC CONFERENCE

Fontbonne--12
Mt. Alvernia--6

Mt. St. Joseph--6
Nazareth--3

Notre Dame (HIngham)--12
Ursuline--1


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Minuteman--23
Northeast--4

North Shore--16 (Game 1)
Lynn Tech--2

North Shore (Game 2)
Lynn Tech--2

Whittier--12
Presentation of Mary--2

Greater Lowell--11
Greater Lawrence--3


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Acton-Boxboro--11
Bedford--2


EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Bishop Feehan--7
Bishop Stang--6

Coyle-Cassidy--13
Somerset--1


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Everett--15
Somerville--5


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Westport--22
Holbrook--0

West Bridgewater--17
Tri-County--2

Upper Cape--11 (Game 1)
Southeastern--6

Southeastern--16 (Game 2)
Upper Cape--3

Sacred Heart--13
Bristol-Plymouth--1


MERRIMACK VALLEY LEAGUE

Haverhill--16
Notre Dame (Tyngsboro)--1

Methuen--2
Lawrence--0

Tewksbury--4
Dracut--0


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Stoneham--7
Burlington--3


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Danvers--7
Lynn English--0


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Duxbury--15
Hingham--3

Whitman-Hanson--5
Scituate--2


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Abington--11
Mashpee--2

Cohasset--4
Harwich--3

East Bridgewater--5
Norwell--1


NON-LEAGUE

Bishop Fenwick--3
Shawsheen--2

Blue Hills--9
Nantucket--1

Brockton--4
Bridgewater-Raynham--3

South Shore Voc.--10
South Shore Christian--5

St. Clement--10 (Game 1)
Cathedral--8

St. Clement--6 (Game 2)
Cathedral--3

St. Mary's--11
Natick--8

Martha's Vineyard--8
Cape Cod Tech--4


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for May 12th



For games played on Tuesday, May 12, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE

Sandwich--7
Nauset--3


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Braintree--10
Dedham--6

Brookline--10
Needham--6


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Hyde Park--10
Dorchester--2

Latin Academy--5
Boston English--2


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Georgetown--11
Manchester-Essex--1

Hamilton-Wenham--5
Lynnfield--1

Newburyport--5
Pentucket--3

North Reading--9
Ipswich--4

North Andover--6
Wilmington--1

Triton--5
Amesbury--3


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Arlington Catholic--7
Archbishop Williams--2

Lowell Catholic--14
St. Clement--2


CATHOLIC CONFERENCE

St. John's Prep--8
Malden Catholic--2


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Greater Lowell--10
Greater Lawrence--3

North Shore--7
Lynn Tech--3

Whittier--17
Chelsea--3


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Lincoln-Sudbury--14
Wayland--2


EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Coyle-Cassidy--7
Somerset--3

Bishop Stang--11
Bishop Feehan--6


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Everett--20
Medford--7


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Upper Cape--17
Norfolk Aggie--2

South Shore Voc--2
Avon--1

Southeastern--11
Bishop Connolly--1


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Tewksbury--15
Methuen--1


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Stoneham--3
Watertown--2

Winchester--8
Lexington--4


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Beverly--13
Saugus--0

Gloucester--10
Lynn English--9


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Abington--13
Mashpee--0

East Bridgewater--13
Norwell--6

Harwich--1
Cohasset--0


NON-LEAGUE

Andover--7
Masconomet--2

Bridgewater-Raynham--9
Brockton--3

Durfee--10
Attleboro--0

Mystic Valley--17
Cathedral--2

Blue Hills--6
Nantucket--1

New Bedford--6
Taunton--4

Chatham--6
Provincetown--2