April 10, 2014
Boys Tennis:Winthrop @ Danvers
 
The Danvers Falcons defeated Winthrop Wednesday in an NEC South conference match. The final score was 4-1, as the Falcons dealt with the windy conditions slightly better than the Vikings.

The Falcons raced out to a quick 2-0 lead when Nick Lisichonok took the first singles flight for Danvers 6-0, 6-0 over Winthrop's Robbie Miles. A few moments later Jim Cunningham defeated Matt Sennot 6-2, 6-2 to extend the Danvers' lead to 2-0.

With only one point away from clinching the match, Danvers' first doubles tandem of Matt Kiddny and Chris Shalkoski defeated Winthrop's Nick Miller and Brian Perrin 6-2, 6-2. Moments later, Danvers jumped to a 4-0 lead in the match, when Emmill Piorro beat Jake Lafratta in a tough 3 setter 0-6, 6-1, 6-2.

The last match to finish for the day was the second doubles flight which saw Ryan Duyon and Mike Gennaco of Winthrop salvage one point for the Vikings in the match. They topped Dan Bonson and Erick McCay 6-2, 2-6, (7-5).

The Vikings host Marblehead next Wednesday, while the Falcons travel to Swampscott on Friday.

April 8, 2014
Girls Lacrosse:Marblehead @ Peabody
 
Marblehead improved to 2-3 with a victory on the road at Peabody. After the teams played to a 7-7 tie at the half, the Magicians picked it up in the second half on their way to a 16-12 win.

Offensively, Marblehead was paced by Adrienne Ciccone and Corinne Mayle with 4 goals each, along with hat-tricks from Amanda Gregory and Lucie Poulin. Single goals were tallied by Emily Freedland and Sydney Cayen. Ball control was a strength for the Magicians, as they recovered many groundballs and won many of the draw controls, led by Cayen (7 DC) and Kelsey Detels (5 DC).

Marblehead coach Annie Pugh was happy with her team's performance. "Today we played a strong fifty minutes. Offense is settling and learning how to work off of each other and defense was aggressive and took advantages of opportunities."

The Magicians travel to Martha's Vineyard this Saturday (12:30 PM), while Peabody (1-1) will play at Beverly on Friday at 4:00 PM.

April 4, 2014
Girls Lacrosse:Marblehead @ Masconomet
 
Close on the heels of a tough 11-9 loss at Manchester-Essex, Marblehead again took to the road to face off against another strong Cape Ann League opponent, Masconomet. The Magicians found themselves down by just two goals at the intermission, but the Chieftains pulled away in the second half for a 13-7 win.

Leading the scoring for Marblehead was Adrienne Ciccone with a hat-trick. Tallying single goals were Amanda Gregory, Lucy Poulin, Sydney Cayen, and Corinne Mayle. Three assists were credited to Emily Freedland, with Poulin also earning an assist. Goalie Brittany Lydon made 13 saves for the Magicians.

Marblehead (1-2) will travel to Peabody next Tuesday for their league opener. Masconomet (1-1) will open their league schedule at home against Ipswich the same day.

April 4, 2014
Girls Tennis:Masconomet @ Swampscott
 
Masconomet opened their season with a 4-1 victory on the road at Swampscott. Winning for the Chieftains in singles were Danielle Dunn at the first position (6-2, 7-5) and Rebecca Costa at second (6-1, 6-3.)

Masco swept the doubles matches behind the strong play of Brooke Hunsinger and Erin Johnson (6-1, 6-0) and Jackie Emmons and Lucy Farnham (6-0, 6-0).

The Chieftains (1-0) travel to Manchester-Essex this afternoon to take on the Hornets. Swampscott is off until next Wednesday, when they will travel to Gloucester.

February 5, 2014
Swimming:NEC Open
 
The NEC Swimming Open has been moved to tomorrow, February 6th.

January 3, 2014
Postponements:Peabody VS. Salem
 
All basketball games between Peabody and Salem scheduled for today have been postponed until January 21st.

January 3, 2014
Postponements:Marblehead & Peabody @ Everett
 
The wrestling match at Everett has been postponed, make-up date to be determined.

January 3, 2014
Postponements:Marblehead VS. Winthrop
 
All basketball games between Marblehead and Winthrop have been postponed. No make-up date has been set yet.

January 3, 2014
Postponements:Danvers VS. Gloucester
 
All basketball games between Danvers and Gloucester have been postponed until tomorrow, January 4th.

December 19, 2013
Boys Basketball:Gloucester @ Winthrop
 
Senior Austin Davis scored 28 points and Drew Shairs grabbed 17 rebounds as Gloucester opened their season with a 66-44 win on the road in Winthrop. The Fishermen travel to Swampscott on Friday, and Winthrop (0-1) plays at Danvers.

December 17, 2013
Postponements:
 
All NEC athletic contests have been cancelled today. Check the individual schedules for make-up information, if available.

December 5, 2013
Welcome to the New NECScores.com!:
 
Whoa, am I in the right place? Yes you are. Welcome to the new NECScores.com. The original design was intended to provide information for varsity sports only, and was a 'sport-centric' site. Now, we are moving in the direction of becoming 'school-centric' as well. What does this mean? Simply, it means that you will be able to find the schedules for all levels of all sports that each Northeastern Conference school participates in. Scores and standings will still be varsity only.

Basic navigation is pretty straight forward. Use the mascot logos at the top of the page to select the school you wish to visit (if you hover over a logo the name of the school will pop-up). Use the sport icons along the left side to view scores, standings, and more for varsity sports that play a Northeastern Conference Schedule.

Each school page provides a wealth of information about the school, most importantly the schedules for all of that school's teams. Schedules will be up as soon as possible. Using the 'Snapshot' link you can find current records for all of the school's varsity NEC teams, as well as all of the varsity games being played today. The school's 'Athletes of the Week', current and past, will also be found here. 'Coaches' and 'Recaps' links provide exactly what you would expect, and the 'About' page gives information on the school itself. The 'Directions' function is still under construction, but should be up and running soon.

The sport pages provide all of the same information you are used to getting when visiting NECScores.com: scores, schedules, standings, and more. You can view the different seasons by using the 'F' - 'W' - 'S' buttons at the top of the sport menu column.

Also, you may notice the small arrow to the right of 'Northeastern Conference' in the header. If you click on the league name, you will be given the chance to move quickly to view all of the same information for the Cape Ann League. Technically, the site now lives at www.mascores.com. However, the old address of necscores.com will still bring you right here where you want to be.

So, explore the new layout and please let me know if you have any questions, comments, or concerns. I have been testing the site using the different major browsers under both Windows and the MAC OS, and everything seems to be in working order. However, I would love to hear your feedback and suggestions, so send me an e-mail at chris@mascores.com.

Enjoy!

October 1, 2013
Site Update:Display Fix
 
For those of you who have been experiencing difficulty viewing the site, I believe the issues have now been fixed. The problem arose from older versions of browsers, especially Internet Explorer 8. Please let me know if you continue to have problems viewing the site.

September 12, 2013
Girls Soccer:Marblehead @ Rockport
 
The only goal of the game came when Marblehead scored on a free kick by Mia Bongiorno with 18 minutes left in the game to break a scoreless tie against Rockport. The Magicians had scoring opportunities in the first half, but hit the posts three times. Lauren Unterborn recorded the shutout with 2 saves.

September 12, 2013
Girls Soccer:Danvers @ Andover
 
Danvers fell to 0-2 on the season Wednesday night as they traveled to Andover and lost a hard fought game 3-1. Kylie Plaza score the only Falcon goal, assisted by Deven Walsh. Becca Horn, Courtney Arnoldy and Katherine Kowalski had strong games for Danvers.

Danvers' coach Jim Hinchion said, "We were in this game to the very end. Andover is very strong and our team never backed down. We've played two excellent teams to start off the season and hopefully it will prepare us as we enter league play."

September 12, 2013
Volleyball:Swampscott @ Danvers
 
Although they lost the match, the Danvers' Volleyball program won their first ever set in a highly contested match against Swampscott on Wednesday. Set scores were 24-26, 19-25, 25-23, 8-25.

Standout players for the Falcons included freshman libero Abby Bennett with 12 serve receptions without an error, and freshman setter Shannon Veilleux with 10 assists and 4 aces.

September 11, 2013
Volleyball:Salem @ Peabody
 
In a well-played match between two strong teams, Peabody defeated Salem 3-1. Game scores were 25-15, 18-25, 25-20, 25-20.

Peabody senior captain Carolyn Scacchi, last year's NEC Player of the Year, collected 24 service points with 4 aces as well as 12 kills. Senior outside hitter Olivia Summitt had 6 kills and sophomore setter Sara Hosman contributed 9 assists and 2 kills for the Tanners.


September 11, 2013
Field Hockey:Peabody @ Beverly
 
On the heels of a 7-0 win over Gloucester, Beverly poured in 6 more goals on Wednesday and picked up another shutout as they defeated visiting Peabody 6-0.

Panther goals were scored by Hannah Silvestri, Nicole Woods, Grace Otterbein, Callie Donovan, and 2 by Allie Sheehan.

September 10, 2013
Girls Soccer:Salem @ Gloucester
 
Salem was on the road on Tuesday and defeated Gloucester 5-1. Freshman Tayla O'Leary scored three goals for the Witches, with assists to junior Sydney Hanford, junior captain Katherine Towey, sophomore Nicole Sadoway. O'Leary now has 4 goals on the first two games of the season.

Junior center-midfielder Deema Hijleh did her part, scoring two unassisted second half goals to close out the game. The Witches also received superior efforts from senior captains Alix Bryant, Brenna Burke, and junior captain Katherine Towey

Salem surrendered just one shot on the evening and unfortunately it found the back of the net for a goal. In the last three halves of soccer, Salem has allowed only 3 shots on goal.

Salem (1-1) will open their conference schedule at home against Lynn English on Thursday at 4:00 PM at McGrath Park. Gloucester host Winthrop on Thursday.

September 9, 2013
Volleyball:Lynn Classical @ Salem
 
Lynn Classical improved its record to 2-0 with a 3-0 road victory over Salem by the scores of 25-18, 25-13, and 25-15.

The first set was tightly contested as the lead changed sides several times. Rams captains Ivy Martin and Michelle Nwogu controlled the net with their blocks and kills.

The Collazo twins, Janestine and Jaheirie, led the Rams to victory in the second set with their serving. They each had six service points in the set. Nwogu carried Classical in the third set with nine straight service points to break open a close match. Jaheirie Collazo added five service points, while Martin was again outstanding at the net.

Coach Frank Deluca felt the Rams did a good overall job of digging, especially by captain Cassie D'Agostino, Christine Alcalde, and Sarina Soth. Meredith MacDonald had an impressive match at the net with several nice kills.

Classical plays Marblehead at home on Thursday night at 5:00 pm. Salem (1-2) travels to Peabody that afternoon.

Today's Varsity Games

Baseball
Winthrop @ Peabody10:00 AM
Danvers @ Lynn English10:00 AM
Swampscott @ Beverly2:00 PM
Gloucester @ Revere3:30 PM
Boys Lacrosse
Swampscott @ Winthrop10:00 AM
Beverly @ Peabody11:00 AM
Revere @ Salem4:00 PM
Girls Lacrosse
Swampscott @ Peabody2:00 PM
Hamilton-Wenham @ Danvers2:30 PM
Softball
Georgetown @ Winthrop10:00 AM
Revere @ Gloucester11:00 AM
Georgetown @ Winthrop12:00 PM
Beverly @ Swampscott2:00 PM
Boys Tennis
Winthrop @ Peabody10:00 AM
Girls Tennis
Lynn English @ Revere10:00 AM
Lynn Classical @ Danvers11:00 AM

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