Saturday, May 23, 2009

EMASS Softball Players of the Day for May 22nd



Players of the Day for Friday, May 22, 2009.


Noelle Christmas (SO, 2-hitter, 8 K's, 2-4, 2 RBI's) was Miss Everything as Plymouth South dispatched of Plymouth North (4-0) in an Atlantic Coast League rivalry.


Norwood's Lauren Duggan (3-4, 2 HR's, 6 RBI's) powered the Mustangs to a (14-0) thrashing of fellow Bay Stater Weymouth.


Renee Santo (3 triples, 6 RBI) was the Greater Boston League star of the day as Malden crunched Cambridge (15-2).


Methuen's Sarra Bergeron spun a 4-hit nine strikeout gem as the Rangers bested Andover (7-1) in a Merrimack Valley League tilt.


Bridget Landry (3-3, double, HR, 4 RBI's) helped Dighton-Rehobth dispose of Wareham (13-1) in a South Coast Conference mismatch.


Wayland's Lynn Moschella spun a no-hit shutout as the Warriors were all over Madison Park (16-0).


Jamie Tringali (2-3, 3 RBI's) was the "O" as North Reading defeated Ipswich (6-5) to take the Cape Ann League title.


King Philip freshman Olivia Godin (3-4, 3-run HR, Grand Slam, 9 RBI's) had a career in one day as the Warriors crushed Coyle-Cassidy (15-3) in a match-up of the best of the Hockomock League vs the best of the Eastern Athletic Conference.


Candace Wallace (3-4, double, triple, HR, 6 RBI's) powered North Andover to a (12-11) decision over Lawrence in a CAL vs Merrimack Valley upset.


Harwich's Liz Thompson (3-5, 4 RBI's) was instrumental in the Rough Riders (15-0) shutout of Chatham.


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for May 22nd



Players of the Day for Friday, May 22, 2009.


Jake Cintolo (pictured above) had the game winning hit in King Philip's (7-6) Hockomock League victory over Oliver Ames.


Catholic Memorial's Matt Goreham hurled a 15 K, no-hit shutout as the Knights disposed of Needham (16-0) in a CC vs BSL mismatch.


Dan O'Connell (4-5, RBI) propelled Braintree to an (11-2) Bay State League upset over Walpole.


Acton-Boxboro's Trevor Larsen (3 hits, 2 doubles, 2 runs) was the offensive star in the Colonials (7-3) non-league decision over Chelmsford.


John Gavin (4 2/3 no-hit relief, WP, 2-4) supplied the bat and arm to lead Pentucket to a (8-7) victory over Melrose in a Cape Ann League vs Middlesex League tussle.


Newton North's Max Martins (2-3, 5 RBI's) powered the Tigers past crosstown rival Newton South (11-8).


Stu Porter (2-4, 4 RBI's) provided the "O" in Wellesley's (12-8) win over Tri-Valley League representative, Medfield.


Hamilton-Wenham's Andy Duval (single, double, 2 RBI's) was the difference as the Generals surprised Gloucester (6-5) in a CAL vs NEC battle.


Billy Sullivan struck out 7 while only allowing 3 hits in Carver's (6-1) victory over Middleboro in a SSL vs Patriot League tussle.


North Quincy's John Ainsley (4-5, 4 RBI's) was the thump in the thumpimg as the Red Raiders disposed of Weymouth (12-1).


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for May 22nd



For games played on Friday, May 22, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE

Sandwich--4
Dennis-Yarmouth--1

Plymouth South--4
Plymouth North--0


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Norwood--14
Weymouth--0


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

North Reading--6
Ipswich--5


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Malden--15
Cambridge--2


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Methuen--7
Andover--1


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Dighton-Rehoboth--13
Wareham--1

Greater New Bedford--6
Fairhaven--3


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Hull--9
Carver--3


NON-LEAGUE

Milton--7
Brockton--6

Wayland--16
Madison Park--0

Wellesley--3
Sharon--2

Cape Cod Tech--19
Provincetown--1

Apponequet--4
Dartmouth--3

King Philip--15
Coyle-Cassidy--3

Mansfield--2
Attleboro--1

Gloucester--8
Masconomet--7

New Bedford--8
Oliver Ames--0

Danvers--10
Winchester--1

North Andover--12
Lawrence--11

Somerville--6
Matignon--2

Harwich--15
Chatham--0

Bishop Connolly--23
New England Christian Academy--2


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for May 22nd



For games played on Friday, May 22, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE

Falmouth--3
Sandwich--2

Nauset--4
Dennis-Yarmouth--2


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Braintree--11
Walpole--2


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Minuteman--3
Mystic Valley--2


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Cambridge--11
Malden--7


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

King Philip--7
Oliver Ames--6


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Old Colony--7
Upper Cape--5

Westport--13
Diman--2

Southeastern--9
Norfolk Aggie--1


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Lawrence--4
Methuen--3


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Dighton-Rehoboth--11
Fairhaven--1

Greater New Bedford--9
Wareham--0

Apponequet--4
Old Rochester--3


NON-LEAGUE

Acton-Boxboro--7
Chelmsford--3

Canton--6
Wayland--5

Catholic Memorial--16
Needham--0

Greater Lowell--10
Lowell Catholic--3

Lynn Classical--4
Georgetown--2

Pentucket--8
Melrose--7

Mansfield--7
Attleboro--6

Sharon--10
Holliston--9

Bourne--5
Martha's Vineyard--2

Newton North--11
Newton South--8

Wellesley--12
Medfield--8

Lynnfield--11
Austin Prep--8

Hamilton-Wenham--6
Gloucester--5

Carver--6
Middleboro--1

North Quincy--12
Weymouth--1

Friday, May 22, 2009

EMASS Softball Players of the Day for May 21st

photo by Marc Vasconcellos/Brockton Enterprise

Players of the Day for Thursday, May 21, 2009.


Collen Kirby (pictured above) threw a 7 strikeou,t 4-hit shutout to continue Taunton's domination of Old Colony League rival Bridgewater-Raynham (6-0).


Ipswich's Krista MacKenzie (2 HR's, 4 runs, 3 RBI's) powered the Tigers to a (15-3) Cape Ann League win over Georgetown.


Kelly Gouveia (5-5, 3 RBI's) was the offensive impetus in Dartmouth's (7-2) decision over Old Colony League foe Barnstable.


Old Rochester's Lauren Galavotti (3-3, 5 RBI's) provided the "O" to lead the Bulldogs to a (14-0) thumping of South Coast Conference opponent Bourne.


Nell O'Connor was immense in the circle (3-hitter, 11 K's) to lead Harwich to a (10-3) pasting of fellow South Shore Leaguer Carver.


Marian's Madison Martines (3 HR's, triple, 15 TB, 6 RBI's) had the offensive game of the year in the Mustang's (16-1) drubbing of Cathedral in a Catholic Central matchup.


Jen Lundstrom fired a 10 strikeout no-hitter to lead Dighton-Rehoboth to a (15-0) mercy rule shortened game against Fairhaven in South Coast Conference action.


Tewksbury's Katelynn Moore spun a 3-hit shutout in the circle as the Redmen snuck by Wilmington (2-0) in an MVC vs. CAL battle.


Bellingham's C.C. Rogers hit 2 homeruns and had 4 RBI's in Bellingham's (15-8) decision over CMass' Blackstone-Millville.


Billerica's Sarah Quatieri hurled a one hit, 12 strikeout shutout to lead the Indians to a (4-0) victory in a MVC vs Commonwealth League war.


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EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for May 21st



Players of the Day for Thursday, May 21, 2009.


Mike Connolly (pictured above) drove in five runs in Bridgewater-Raynham's (8-3) Old Colony League win over Taunton.


North Andover's Mike Weismann (5 2/3 IP, 2-hitter, 9 K's) helped the Scarlet Knights defeat Masconomet (8-2) in a Cape Ann League tilt.


Eighth grader Ben Riordan (no-hitter Game 2, GW hit Game 1) was Mr. Everything as Holbrook swept Chatham (1-0, 9-3) in a Mayflower League double dip.


Haverhill's Taylor Robinson (2-3, run, 4 RBI's) powered the Hillies to a (9-2) thumping of Merrimack Valley League foe Tewksbury (9-2).


Jordan Jenkins hit two homeruns and drove in five runs to propel Scituate to a (12-8) decison over Whitman-Hanson in a Patriot League offensive display.


Harwich's Bryant Warner (3-hitter, 8 K's, 3 RBI's) was the catalyst in the Rough Riders (13-4) South Shore League victory over Carver.


Jake Northrup (3 hits, 2-run HR, 3 RBI's) was the offensive star as Acton-Boxboro slipped by Lowell (10-8) in a non-league affair.


Plymouth North's Joe Flynn spun a 14 strikeout no-hitter to lead the Eagles to a (4-0) win over non-league foe Duxbury.


Nick McCarthy (5-6, 2 doubles, 4 RBI's) provided the pop in Winthrop's (18-1) drubbing of Watertown in a non-league shellacking.


Ashland's Pat Curtis (3-5, 3 runs, HR, 4 RBI's) brought his "A" game as the Clockers routed Marian (16-3) in a non-league mismatch.


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for May 21st



For games played on Thursday, May 21, 2009.


BIG THREE

Durfee--5
New Bedford--1


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Boston English--28
Dorchester--4

Burke--21
South Boston--13

Snowden--17
Hyde Park--0


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Ipswich--15
Georgetown--3


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Mystic Valley--7
Northeast--6


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Everett--6
Medford--1


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Bristol-Plymouth--4 (Game 1)
South Shore Voc--0

Bristol-Plymouth--13 (Game 2)
South Shore Voc--6

Old Colony--4
Avon--1

Cape Cod Tech--10
Norfolk Aggie--2

Holbrook--12 (Game 1)
Chatham--7

Holbrook--12 (Game 2)
Chatham--6

West Bridgewater--10
Diman--2


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Melrose--5
Belmont--4

Woburn--8
Wakefield--1


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Lynn Classical--7
Lynn English--0

Marblehead--14
Beverly--10


OLD COLONY LEAGUE

Taunton--6
Bridgewater-Raynham--0

Dartmouth--7
Barmstable--2


PATRIOT LEAGUE

North Quincy--12
Pembroke--7

Whitman-Hanson--10
Scituate--1


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Dighton-Rehoboth--15
Fairhaven--0

Old Rochester--14
Bourne--0


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Norwell--6
Mashpee--3

Harwich--10
Carver--3


NON-LEAGUE

Abington--14
Rockland--1

Concord-Carlisle--1
Reading--0

Marian--16
Cathedral--1

North Attleboro--6
Attleboro--3

Norwood--2
Brockton--1

Plymouth North--7
Duxbury--2

Somerville--11
St. Clement--1

Stoneham--5
hawsheen--3

Stoughton--4
Quincy--3

Tewksbury--2
Wilmington--0

Ursuline--2
Dedham--1

Weston--9
Mt. Alvernia--3

Gardner--4
Acton-boxboro--2

Bishop Stang--13
Martha's Vineyard--5

Blackstone Valley--8
Tri-County--6

Bellingham--15
Blackstone-Millville--8

Chelmsford--4
Natick--0

Haverhill--10
Newburyport--8

Norton--16
Foxboro--8

Salem--8
North Shore--4

Needham--19
Waltham--14

Billerica--4
Minuteman--0

Notre Dame--13
Lowell Catholic--4


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for May 21st



For games played on Thursday, May 21, 2009.


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Brighton--7
Charlestown--3


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

North Andover--8
Masconomet--2


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Arlington Catholic--4
Lowell Catholic--3

Bishop Fenwick--9
Cardinal Spellman--7


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Minuteman--8
Northeast--6


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

King Philip--17
Canton--5


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Westport--12
Southeastern--11

Holbrook--1 (Game 1)
Chatham--0

Holbrook-9 (Game 2)
Chatham--3


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Haverhill--9
Tewksbury--2


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Burlington--10
Stoneham--9


OLD COLONY LEAGUE

Barnstable--12
Dartmouth--1

Bridgewater-Raynham--8
Taunton--3


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Marblehead--11
Salem--2


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Scituate--12
Whitman-Hanson--8


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Abington--20
Hull--6

East Bridgewater--17
Cohasset--8

Norwell--11
Mashpee--8

Harwich--13
Carver--4


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Wareham--8
Apponequet--4


NON-LEAGUE

Acton-Boxboro--10
Lowell--8

Billerica--7
Concord-Carlisle--4

Madison Park--11
Norwood--9

Norton--4
Foxboro--3

Plymouth North--4
Duxbury--0

Silver Lake--11
Stoughton--1

Blackstone Valley--17
Tri-County--13

Bellingham--25
Blackstone-Millville--5

North Attleboro--15
Attleboro--4

Sturgis--15
Provincetown--5

Amesbury--11
Shawsheen--0

Winthrop--18
Watertown--1

Tyngsboro--9
Westboro--5

Ashland--16
Marian--3


Thursday, May 21, 2009

EMASS Softball Players of the Day for May 20th


Players of the Day for Wednesday, May 20, 2009.


Sarra Bergeron (pictured above) was Miss Everything (3-hit shutout, 3-5, 3 RBI's) in Methuen's (15-0) cakewalk over fellow Merrimack Valley Conference member Chelmsford.


Ashland's Nicole D'Argento spun a 2-hitter with 13 strikeout in the circle as the Clockers slipped by Bellingham (3-1) in a Tri-Valley League nail biter.


Rae Copan (3-hit shutout, 13 K's, 2 hits) was all over the ticket as Newton North disposed of Bay State League foe Needham (14-0).


Acton-Boxboro's Lauren Murphy smashed her 13th HR of the year and drove in five runs as the Colonials bested Newton South (12-8) in a Dual County League slugfest.


Analyssa Manning struck out 15 to set a new school record as Blue Hills doubled up Southeastern (12-6) in a Mayflower League battle.


Westwood's Katie O'Brien (3-4, 5 RBI's) was the entire offense as the Wolverine's nipped Holliston (5-3) in a Tri-Valley League tilt.


Lissa Rescigno (SO, 8 K's, 3-4, HR, 3 RBI's) was the straw that stirred the drink as Masconomet is victorious over Winchester (5-0) in a non-league tussle.


Notre Dame's (Hingham) Jess Crimaldi threw a one-hit, 10 K shutout to lead the Cougars to a (6-0) victory over Plymouth South in a non-league encounter.


Lexa Inkley (5-5, 4 RBI's) provided the pop as Cape Cod Tech pounded Chatham (14-7) in a Mayflower League battle.


Lawrence's Luz Brenz (4-4, 3 runs, 2 RBI's) was an offensive machine in leading the Lancers to a (11-10) Merrimack Valley Conference win over Dracut.


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for May 20th

photo by Jacob Belcher/wickedlocalmansfield

Players of the Day for Wednesday, May 20, 2009.


John Garabedian (pictured above) hit two homeruns and drove in four runs to lead Mansfield to a (17-1) Hockomock League drubbing of North Attleboro.


Falmouth's Bobby Whelan hurled a 5 K no-hitter to propel the Clippers to a (2-0 ) Atlantic Coast League win over Dennis-Yarmouth.


Al Saia spun a 4-hit, 10 strikeout shutout as Everett destroyed Somerville by two touchdowns (14-0) in a Greater Boston League blowout.


Bishop Feehan's Sam Dodge was the catalyst in the Shamrocks (8-4) Eastern Athletic Conference decision over Somerset.


Eric Bransfield belted 2 HR's and drove in five as Lynn English devoured Northeastern Conference foe Lynn Classical (16-0).


Rockland's Joe Carlier (4-4, 2-run HR) was the offensive star in the Bulldogs (8-2) decision over Patriot League rival Randolph.


Nick Silleramo (CG, 10 K's, 3-4, 2 doubles, RBI) was Mr. Everything in Old Rochester's (8-3) South Coast Conference victory over Seekonk.


BC High's Billy Kiley (2-3, 2 runs, 2 RBI's) paced the Eagles offense in a (9-1) humbling of Brockton in a non-league tilt.


Tyler Waterman (3-3, 6 RBI's) helped the offensive onslaught as Bridgewater-Raynham doubled up Whitman-Hanson (10-5) in a non-league slugfest.


Duxbury's Sean Cross had 4 hits and 6 RBI's in the Green Dragons thumping of Marshfield (17-3) in a non-league shellacking.


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for May 20th



For games played on Wednesday, May 20, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE

Dennis-Yarmouth--21
Falmouth--6

Sandwich--9
Nauset--5


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Braintree--16
Weymouth--0

Framingham--19
Brookline--1

Milton--7
Natick--6

Newton North--14
Needham--0

Wellesley--9
Walpole--4

Norwood--8
Dedham--1


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Boston English--15
West Roxbury--9


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

North Reading--11
Lynnfield--1

Triton--11
Pentucket--4

Amesbury--8
Newburyport--5

North Andover--7
Masconomet--6


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Austin Prep--10
Lowell Catholic--2


CATHOLIC CONFERENCE

Fontbonne--8
Ursuline--1


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Minuteman--11
Northeast--1


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Acton-Boxboro--12
Newton South--8

Arlington--16
Weston--12

Concord-Carlisle--9
Wayland--0


EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Somerset--7
Bishop Feehan--6


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Everett--14
Somerville--3

Medford--15
Cambridge--11


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Canton--4
Foxboro--0

Franklin--20
Stoughton--3

King Philip--7
Sharon--2


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Blue Hills--12
Southeastern--6

South Shore Voc--7
Old Colony--5

Cape Cod Tech--14
Chatham--7

Avon--12
Holbrook--3

Upper Cape--14
Norfolk--13


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Methuen--15
Chelmsford--0

Lawrence--11
Dracut--10

Andover--8
Haverhill--4


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Peabody--8
Revere--3

Danvers--11
Gloucester--0

Swampscott--5
Marblehead--2

Salem--5
Beverly--0


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Duxbury--3
Quincy--2

Randolph--5
Rockland--2

Silver Lake--5
Pembroke--2


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Greater New Bedford--5
Bourne--0


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Ashland--3
Bellingham--1

Medway--9
Millis--1

Westwood--5
Holliston--3

Hopkinton--16
Norton--4


NON-LEAGUE

Coyle-Cassidy--4
Dighton-Rehoboth--0

Malden--5
Melrose--4

Middleboro--10
Wareham--3

Taunton--3
New Bedford--0

Notre Dame (Hingham)--6
Plymouth South--0

Whitman-Hanson--2
East Bridgewater--1

Bishop Connolly--4 (Game 1)
Nantucket--3

Nantucket--8 (Game 2)
Bishop Connolly--6

Whittier--6 (Game 1)
Nashoba Valley--0

Whittier--4 (Game 2)
Nashoba Valley--2

Fairhaven--14 (Game 1)
Diman--0

Fairhaven--3 (Game 2)

Scituate--3
Marshfield-1

South Shore Christian--16
Trinity Catholic--7

Bishop Stang--17
Mt. Hope (RI)--2


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for May 20th



For games played on Wednesday, May 20, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE

Nauset--6
Sandwich--5

Falmouth--2
Dennis-Yarmouth--0


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Brookline--3
Framingham--2

Milton--2
Natick--1

Newton North--11
Needham--2

Wellesley--3
Walpole--0

Weymouth--12
Braintree--8

Norwood--7
Dedham--2


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Dorchester--13
Boston International--6


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Mystic Valley--12
Northeast--7


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Acton-Boxboro--6
Newton South--1

Concord-Carlisle--5
Wayland--4

Weston--6
Arlington--3


EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Bishop Feehan--8
Somerset--4


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Everett--14
Somerville--0


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Franklin--1
Stoughton--0

King Philip--11
Sharon--1

Mansfield--17
North Attleboro--1

Foxboro--17
Canton--6


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Chatham--5
Blue Hills--4

Bristol-Plymouth--8
Cape Cod Tech--4

West Bridgewater--14
Norfolk Aggie--3


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Beverly--9
Salem--2

Gloucester--10
Danvers--1

Lynn English--16
Lynn Classical--0

Peabody--12
Revere--1

Swampscott--7
Marblehead--6

Winthrop--8
Saugus--5


OLD COLONY LEAGUE

Dartmouth--9
Attleboro--5


PATRIOT LEAGUE

North Quincy--11
Hanover--0

Pembroke--12
Silver Lake--7

Rockland--8
Randolph--2


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Old Rochester--8
Seekonk--3

Greater New Bedford--23
Bourne--12


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

East Bridgewater--5
Harwich--3


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Bellingham--3
Ashland--1

Holliston--8
Westwood--1

Medfield--18
Dover-Sherborn--2

Millis--4
Medway--2

Hopkinton--6
Norton--5


NON-LEAGUE

BC High--9
Brockton--1

Bridgewater-Raynham--10
Whitman-Hanson--5

Duxbury--17
Marshfield--3

Middleboro--14
Wareham--2

Pentucket--9
Greater Lowell--5

Bishop Connolly--13
Nantucket--3

Bishop Stang--13
Apponequet--5

Fairhaven--11
Westport--2

Ipswich--7
Shawsheen--5

South Shore Christian--3
Trinity Catholic--2

Whittier--12
Lowell Catholic--5


Wednesday, May 20, 2009

EMASS Softball Players of the Day for May 19th

photo by Tim Correira/Brockton Enterprise

Players of the Day for Tuesday, May 19, 2009.


Rylee Burt (pictured above) hurled a 10 strikeout 2-hit shutout in the circle to lead Whitman-Hanson to a (7-0) decision over Rockland in a Patriot League tilt.


Dennis-Yarmouth's Kelsey Russell fired a 7 K no-hitter to lead the Dolphins to a (20-0) pasting of Atlantic Coast League foe Falmouth.


Tesla Castillo (5-6, 2 doubles, HR, 8 SB's) ran wild as Madison Park defeated Hyde Park (22-6) in Boston City League action.


Medford's Kim Perault (double, triple, 4 RBI's) supplied the punch as the Mustangs got the best of Malden in a Greater Boston League battle.


Rebecca Armstrong (3-3, 3 RBI's) was the entire Methuen offense as the defeated Billerica (3-2) in a Merrimack Valley Conference clash.


Beverly's Kristen Lojko (CG, 5-hitter, 11 K's) pitched a gem as the Panthers took care of fellow Northeastern Conference rival Swampscott (6-1).


Nicole Eisenmann (CG, 3-hitter, 2 singles, HR, 4 RBI's) was Miss Everything as East Bridgewater thrashed Carver (7-1) in a South Shore League tussle.


Ashland freshman Lauren O'Brien (3-hitter, 11 K's) stakes her claim to be the heir apparent to Nicole D'Argento as the Clockers pound Millis (14-1) in Tri-Valley League action.


Jessica Collins (CG, shutout, 13 K's) was intense in the circle as Greater New Bedford took care of non-league for, Bristol-Plymouth (2-0).


Silver Lake's Katie Stanley (2HR, Grand slam, 5 RBI's) powered the Lakers to a (15-3) decision over Marshfield in a non-league mismatch.


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for May 19th

photo by Ian Hurley/wickedlocalwenham

Players of the Day for Tuesday, May 19, 2009.


Matt Cook (pictured above) threw a 2-hit complete game shutout to lead Hamilton-Wenham to a (1-0) victory over Ipswich in a Cape Ann League pitcher's duel.


Dorchester's Alex Munez (2-3, 4 RBI's) propelled the Bears to a (10-3) pasting of Boston City League foe Burke.


Trevor Larsen (3-3, 2 runs, 2 RBI's) helped power Acton-Boxboro to a (11-1) decision over Bedford in a Dual County League tilt.


Lawrence's Juan Ventura (4-5, double, 2 HR's, 6 RBI's) aced the offense as he lead the Lancers to a (12-4) Merrimack Valley League win over Billerica.


Ben Church pitched a complete game, 9 strikeout 2-hitter as Old Rochester doubled up Bourne (4-2) in a South Coast Conference battle.


Bridgewater-Raynham's Greg Leger spun a 3-hit, 8 K shutout to pace the Trojans to an Old Colony League victory over Attleboro.


Rob McVey tossed a 15 K one-hitter to lead Tewksbury to an (8-1) Merrimack Valley Conference decision over Methuen.


Mashpee's Mike McGinnis (CG, 8 K's, 3-4, grand slam) was Mr. Everything as the Falcons snuck by South Shore League foe Cohasset (6-5).


Tommy Simas struck out a phenomonal 18 batters in St. Clement's (2-1) non-league win over Mystic Valley.


Malden's Alex Teal (CG, 6 hitter, 15 K's) spun a masterpiece as the Golden Tornados were victorious over Revere (3-2).


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EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for May 19th



For games played on Tuesday, May 19, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE

Dennis-Yarmouth--20
Falmouth--0


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Norwood--14
Milton--12


BIG THREE

Brockton--5
New Bedford--3


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Boston English--19
New Mission--8

Madison Park--22
Hyde Park--6


CATHOLIC CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Marian--2
Matignon--0


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Minuteman--10
Greater Lawrence--1

Shawsheen--3
Whittier--2


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Westford Academy--18
Waltham--3


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Medford--7
Malden--2


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

Franklin--10
Canton--2


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Sacred Heart--7
Blue Hills--1

West Bridgewater--2
Avon--0

Norfolk Aggie--12
Cape Cod Tech--3

South Shore Voc.--22
Upper Cape--3


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Methuen--3
Billerica--2


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Beverly--6
Swampscott--1


OLD COLONY LEAGUE

Taunton--10
Dartmouth--7

Attleboro--3
Bridgewater-Raynham--0


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Quincy--6
North Quincy--4

Whitman-Hanson--7
Rockland--0


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Cohasset--14
Mashpee--4

East Bridgewater--7
Carver--1

Hull--8
Norwell--2

Harwich--8
Abington--7


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Dracut--4
St. Mary's--3

Ashland--14

Millis--1


NON-LEAGUE

Boston Latin--5
Dorchester--0

Concord-Carlisle--7
Ipswich--4

Medway--16
Mt. Alvernia--1

North Shore--9
Rockport--8

Plymouth South--5
Barnstable--3

Randolph--11
Archbishop Williams--3

Silver Lake--15
Marshfield--3

Bourne--23
Plymouth North--6

Greater New Bedford--2
Bristol-Plymouth--0

Bishop Stang--12
Seekonk--4

Somerset--8
Durfee--1

Sandwich--6
Martha's Vineyard--1

Nantucket--10
Chatham--0

Presentation of Mary--10
North Andover--9


EMASS Boys Baseball Scoreboard for May 19th



For games played on Tuesday, May 19, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE

Dennis-Yarmouth--2
Falmouth--1


BIG THREE

Brockton--15
New Bedford--4


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Dorchester--10
Burke--3

Fenway--12
Charlestown--6

Latin Academy--6
Boston International--2


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Hamilton-Wenham--1
Ipswich--0

North Reading--6
Lynnfield--3

Pentucket--8
Triton--2

Amesbury--12
Newburyport--10


COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE

Whittier--2
Minuteman--0


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Acton-Boxboro--11
Bedford--1

Westford Academy--3
Waltham--2


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

South Shore Voc--13
Avon--4

Westport--8
Bishop Connolly--3

West Bridgewater--9
Southeastern--8

Tri-County--10
Cape Cod Tech--7

Upper Cape--6
Sacred Heart--5


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Lawrence--12
Billerica--4

Tewksbury--8
Methuen--1

Dracut--7
Lowell--6


OLD COLONY LEAGUE

Bridgewater-Raynham--3
Attleboro--0


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Scituate--7
Quincy--3


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Old Rochester--4
Bourne--2


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Abington--4
Harwich--3

East Bridgewater--17
Carver--4

Mashpee--6
Cohasset--5

Norwell--10
Hull--2


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Ashland--10
Millis--5


NON-LEAGUE

Cambridge--8
Andover--2

Central Catholic--6
Austin Prep--4

Dighton-Rehoboth--10
Martha's Vineyard--1

Hanover--11
Cardinal Spellman--3

Malden--3
Revere--2

Malden Catholic--7
East Boston--0

Medford--4
Winchester--3

Norwood--8
Xaverian--4

Rockland--6
Marshfield--5

Saugus--5
Stoneham--2

St. Clement--2
Mystic Valley--1

Somerset--8
Durfee--3

St. Mary's--12
South Shore Christian--2

Nantucket--12
Chatham--11

Chatham--13
Provincetown--3

Greater New Bedford--8
Diman--7

Nashoba Tech--7
Greater Lawrence--6

BC High--11
Brookline--3

Duxbury--18
Needham--10


Tuesday, May 19, 2009

EMASS Softball Players of the Day for May 18th

photo by Melissa Ostrow/wickedlocalnewton

Players of the Day for Monday, May 18, 2009.


Rae Copan (pictured above) spun a 15 strikeout no-hitter to lead Newton North to a (10-0) shutout of Brookline in a Bay State League whitewashing.


Ashland's Nicole D'Argento hurled a no-hitter while also striking out 10 as the Clockers continued to dominate Tri-Valley League opponents in a (15-0) win over Medway.


Liz DiMascio (3-hits, 17 K's) dominated the circle to lead Braintree to a (1-0) Bay State League win over Framingham in a classic pitcher's duel.


Georgetown's Sarah Erlandson (CG, shut out, one-hitter, (5-2-3-4)) was immense in the circle and at the plate as the Royals clobbered Rockport (13-0) in Cape Ann League action.


Kiara Amos pitched a 10 strikeout, complete game shutout to propel Malden to a (1-0) win over Medford in a Greater Boston League tussle.


Danver's Logan Carabello (4-3-4-1) and Gabby Vega (5-1-4-5) powered the Falcons to a (12-2) Northeastern Conference decision over Saugus.


Danielle Medeiros (3-3, 8 RBI's) was the catalyst in Case's (20-1) victory over Bourne in a South Coast Conference mismatch.


Cohasset's Kelly Naeglin threw a 14 K, complete game 2-hit shutout as the Skippers shut down Norwell (4-0) in a South Shore League tilt.


Sarah Triplett (3-4, double, Grand slam, 6 RBI's) accounted for half of Sandwich's runs in a (12-2) win over Barnstable.


Billerica's Sara Quatieri spun a one-hit shutout to lead the Indians to a (6-0) decision over Merrimack Valley Conference foe Lawrence.


EMASS Baseball Players of the Day for May 18th

photo by David Sokol/wickedlocalnorthandover


Players of the Day for Monday, May 18, 2009.


Ryan Sifferlen (pictured above) had a monster offensive day (6-6, 3 runs, 4 RBI's) in North Andover's (13-2) non-league win over Whittier.


Quincy's Sean Gray had 3 hits and 6 runs batted it to propel the Presidents to a (14-9) victory over Brighton (14-9) in a non-league slugfest.


Jeff Rowan spun a 10 strikeout, 5-hitter to lead BC High to a (3-1) win over Central Massachusetts' Holy Name.


Gloucester's Mark Alves provided the pop (2 HR, 5 RBI's) to lead the Fisherman to a (10-6) decison over Swampscott in Northeastern Conference action.


Casey Sweeney hurled a complete game two-hitter to pace Dracut to a (2-1) Merrimack Valley Conference victory over Tewksbury.


Lexington's Will Marcel threw a complete game to go along with 11 strikeouts to propel the Minutemen to a (6-3) Middlesex League win over Burlington.


Ian Bonner spun a complete game, 12 K gem to lead Wayland to a (6-2) decsion over Tyngsboro in a Dual County League matchup.


Mansfield's Joe Swindells struck out 13 in a complete game shut out of Oliver Ames (3-0) in a Hockomock League whitewashing.


Brett Ferrell (6IP, 8 K's, HR, 2 RBI's) was Mr. Everything as Natick disposed of Dedham (7-4) in Bay State League action.


Westford Academy's Alex Haines (3 hits, 2 HR, 4 RBI's) provided the "O" in the Grey Ghosts (16-5) drubbing of Dual County League rival Newton South.


EMASS Girls Softball Scoreboard for May 18th



For games played on Monday, May 18, 2009.


ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE

Plymouth North--5
Marshfield--2

Plymouth South--8
Nauset--7


BAY STATE LEAGUE

Braintree--1
Framingham--0

Newton North--10
Brookline--0

Norwood--5
Wellesley--2

Weymouth--16
Needham--1

Natick--16
Dedham--6

Walpole--7
Milton--4


BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

Burke--17
South Boston--16

Madison Park--15
New Mission--0

Snowden--12
West Roxbury--11


CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Ipswich--8
Lynnfield--7

Triton--3
Newburyport--2

Wilmington--6
Masconomet--4

Amesbury--4
Pentucket--0

Georgetown--13
Rockport--0


DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Acton-Boxboro--9
Lincoln-Sudbury--0

Bedford--9
Arlington--2

Boston Latin--15
Waltham--2

Wayland--5
Tyngsboro--4

Newton South--14
Westford Academy--13


GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE

Malden--1
Medford--0

Somerville--18
Cambridge--3


HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

North Attleboro--11
Foxboro--3

Oliver Ames--7
Mansfield--5

Sharon--2
Stoughton--1

Franklin--10
Canton--2


MAYFLOWER LEAGUE

Norfolk Aggie--7
Avon--6

Southeastern--5
South Shore Voc--3

Cape Cod Tech--4
Holbrook--2

Old Colony--15
Upper Cape--0


MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

Tewksbury--8
Dracut--6

Chelmsford--11
Andover--7

Billerica--6
Lawrence--0

Central Catholic--5
Haverhill--0


MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

Lexington--2
Burlington--0

Stoneham--5
Reading--2

Wakefield--9
Melrose--1

Woburn--17
Winchester--2


NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Peabody--6
Lynn Classical--2

Beverly--3
Lyn English--1

Danvers--12
Saugus--2

Salem--5
Revere--4

Gloucester--10
Swampscott--5

Marblehead--8
Winthrop--7


PATRIOT LEAGUE

Quincy--2
Scituate--1


SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE

Dighton-Rehoboth--4
Apponequet--0

Case--20
Bourne--1

Seekonk--15
Old Rochester--1

Fairhaven--22
Wareham--9


SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE

Abington--8
Carver--4

Cohasset--4
Norwell--0

East Bridgewater--9
Harwich--0

Hull--4
Mashpee--0


TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Ashland--15
Medway--0

Bellingham--9
Westwood--1

Norton--8
Dover-Sherborn--7

Hopkinton--12
Medfield--4

Holliston--14
Millis--6


NON-LEAGUE

Austin Prep--4 (Game 1)
Ursuline--1

Austin Prep--11 (Game 2)
Ursuline--3

Bishop Feehan--11
Martha's Vineyard--0

Blackstone-Millville--2
Marian--0

Cardinal Spellman--9
West Bridgewater--0

Fontbonne--4
Duxbury--1

Lowell Catholic--3
Presentation of Mary--2

Matignon--8
Nazareth--6

Methuen--9
Everett--6

Mt. St. Joseph--18
Trinity Catholic--9

North Quincy--16
Latin Academy--1

Northeast--10
Pope John--8

Notre Dame (Hingham)--10
Pembroke--1

Sandwich--12
Barnstable--2

Shawsheen--3
Arlington Catholic--2

Diman--4
Greater New Bedford--3

King Philip--6
Durfee--1

Bishop Stang--9
Westport--0