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|September 11, 2014|
|Volleyball:Lynn Classical @ Salem|
| Lynn Classical defeated Salem 3-0 by scores of 25-12, 25-12, and 25-18. The victory improved the Rams record to 3-1. Cassie D'Agostino and Lindsey Tobin led the Rams in the first set with six service points each while Ivy Martin added five. Meredith MacDonald led Classical with ten service points for the match.|
D'Agostino played an all-around outstanding game leading Classical in digs and striking eight kills. Soneta Srey, MacDonald, and Tobin also played a strong digging game. Up front Martin had seven kills while MacDonald added four. Srey led the Rams with seven assists. The Rams next game is Monday at Lynn English at 5:00 pm.
|September 8, 2014|
|Volleyball:Hamilton-Wenham @ Swampscott|
|Hamilton-Wenham visited Swampscott today, coming away with a 3-1 victory over the Big Blue. The Generals took the first set 25-17, but Swampscott evened the match at one game each with a 25-19 win in the second set. Hamilton-Wenham grabbed the next two games, 25-15 and 25-14 to improve to 2-0.|
Junior captain Cassidy Cring served 20 times in the match, collecting three aces and making just two errors. Lauren Flynn and Ali Kimball, both freshmen, also played well for the Generals.
|September 4, 2014|
|Volleyball:Saugus @ Hamilton-Wenham|
|After a tight first set, Hamilton-Wenham went on to take the next two sets and defeat Saugus 3-0. The scores were 25-23, 25-12, and 25-15.|
Maddie O'Connor, senior captain and outside hitter, served up 8 aces and collected 4 kills. Ali Kimball, a freshman outside hitter, contributed 7 aces and 7 kills for the Generals.
|June 7, 2014|
|Baseball:North Andover @ Gloucester|
|Gloucester took a 2-0 lead into the bottom of the seventh, and survived a bases-loaded situation, to win a Division 2 North semifinals battle with North Andover on Friday afternoon.|
The triumph by the Fishermen (20-2) sends them to the D2 North finals against Masconomet tomorrow (4PM) at Lelacheur Field in Lowell.
Read about the game in detail at McClelland Miscellanea.
|May 28, 2014|
|Marblehead Tennis Fundraiser:|
|What: MHS Tennis Team Fundraiser for ages 4 to 14; also open to adults to hit with our players|
When: Sunday, June 1st from 12 noon to 3PM
Where: Marblehead High School Tennis Courts
Why: Play tennis with the undefeated NEC Champions MHS Boys tennis team, have fun, learn some tennis
Help MHS Tennis raise money to fix the cracks in the High School courts ($10/participant)
Prizes, Snacks, Drinks and more; Sponsored by Mud Puddle Toys
Sign up by emailing MHS Boys Tennis Tri-Captain, Jason Frost at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or Just Come on down to MHS courts this Sunday and get excited about the summer tennis season
|May 27, 2014|
|Girls Lacrosse:Lynnfield @ Marblehead|
|In first round play of the Division 2 North state tournament, fifth seeded Marblehead pulled away from #12 Lynnfield in the second half to move into the quarter finals. The Magicians took a slim 7-6 lead into the break, but outscored the Pioneers 11-2 in the second half to earn the 18-8 victory.|
Corinne Mayle and Emily Freedland each scored 4 goals for Marblehead, with Freedland adding a trio of assists. Sydney Cayen netted 5 goals, contributed a pair of assists, and collected 7 draw controls. Finishing off the scoring were Kelsey Detels (2g), Adrienne Ciccone (2g), and Lucie Poulin (1g, 6a).
Marblehead will play 4th seeded Lowell Catholic next. The game will be held at Chelmsford High School on Thursday at 4:00 PM.
|May 25, 2014|
|Lacrosse:State Tournament Seedings|
|The state tournament seedings are up for Boys and Girls Lacrosse. You can find them under the 'State Tournament' button on each of the lacrosse pages.|
|May 8, 2014|
|Summer Youth Track Meets:|
|Great Fun for the Young Ones: The Lynn Park and Recreation Department is offering eight youth Summer evening track meets: June 3, 10, 16 July 22, 29 August 5, 12, 19. Meets begin at 6:15 PM.|
Eligibility from ages "Yes I can walk" to high school.
E-mail here for registration forms.
|May 1, 2014|
|To avoid confusion in navigating between school based pages and sport based pages, I have consolidated the School Menu (mascot icons along the top) and the Sports Menu (sport icons along the left side) into a drop down menu, which is accessed by clicking anywhere on the rectangular header that indicates what page you are. For example, right now it probably says 'Front Page'.|
When you want to find a schedule for a team or information about a school, open this menu and select the school you would like. This will bring you to the 'Schedules' page for that school, where you can use the buttons to select the sport and level you are looking for. You will not find scores or standings here, just the schedules. You will also find links to other information specific to the selected school.
When you are looking for scores, records, and standings, that is the time to use the Sport links. Drop down the main menu and select the sport you are interested in. Please note, scores and standings are only available for varsity sports. Here you can still view schedules for all teams that play that sport, but you will only find the varsity schedules. As with the 'School' pages, there will be buttons connecting you to other information pertaining to the current sport.
Clicking the 'Front Page' button, or clicking on the MAScores logo in the top left corner of the site, will bring you back to the 'Front Page.'
As always, I welcome feedback, whether it be about the new menu system or any other part of the site. I can be reached by e-mail here.
|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|
|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|
|All NEC athletic contests have been cancelled today. Check the individual schedules for make-up information, if available.|