Krajewski’s 4 TDs leads Wagner, Seahawks hold off Merrimack late, 30-27
NEW YORK (AP) — Steven Krajewski ran for two second-half touchdowns and fired a 21-yard scoring pass to Jaylen Bonelli on fourth down with under five minutes left to lift Wagner past Merrimack in a Northeastern Conference game on Saturday. Merrimack came back and had a first down inside...
English has no answer for explosive Everett
LYNN — Heading into Friday night’s football game at Manning Field, Everett (2-1) had outscored Lynn English (0-3) 79-0 spanning back to 2021. Despite a new era of head coaching within the Greater Boston League programs – Everett’s Justin Flores in year one; English’s Anthony LaFratta in year two – 2023 was more of the The post English has no answer for explosive Everett appeared first on Itemlive.
Haverhill offers little resistance in Redmen romp: TMHS football cruises to 2-0
About 45 minutes after the opening kickoff of Friday’s game between the Tewksbury High football team and Haverhill, the PA announcer at Trinity Stadium gave one of his customary plugs for the concession stand, telling everyone in the crowd that they could visit it at halftime in one minute and 52 seconds.
The Sports Hub hits home in Saugus
Former Sachem Kevin Maggiore makes his mark in the sports radio world with much more to come. Kevin Maggiore was not unlike most Saugus youngsters, growing up in a town where sports was and continues to be an integral part of their everyday lives. From that first introduction to sports, Maggiore, who grew up on Birchbrook Avenue, has developed it into a career, where he’s now an associate producer of the top-rated Felger & Mazz radio show on 98.5 The Sports Hub.
St. John’s Prep blasts past Haverhill
DANVERS — The St. John’s Prep football team ran roughshod over Haverhill, 49-6, Friday night at Glatz Field, with the Eagles scoring every time they had the ball in the first half to send the clock into running time for the final two quarters. The Eagles, the defending Division 1 state champion, rolled to a The post St. John’s Prep blasts past Haverhill appeared first on Itemlive.
Women's Volleyball Secures Five Set Home Victory
NORTH ANDOVER, MASS. — The Merrimack College Women's volleyball team secured their first NEC win with a thrilling victory over Saint Francis (PA). Records: Merrimack (2-10,1-0), Saint Francis(PA) (5-7, 0-1) How It Happened. WOW. The only way to describe this match is WOW. Up and down affair that saw...
Player Profile: 4-Star OT Guerby Lambert | College Football Recruiting Show
Tom Loy from IrishIllustrated.com joins Grace Remington and Blair Angulo to break down what Notre Dame is getting with newest commit Guerby Lambert, a 4-Star OT from Catholic Memorial (MA).
Shawsheen football passes another test: Rams handle Belmont, Stoneham is next
When a Super Bowl appearance is a realistic expectation, the MIAA’s power ranking system becomes a factor. As important as wins is the quality of a team’s opponent. Indeed, a competitive loss against a top team is more valuable than an easy win against a lower-seeded squad. The...
Girls cross country wins exciting opener: Depth the key as Wildcats hold off Reading
In the season opener for both teams, the Wilmington High cross country teams faced Reading at Wilmington High. The Wildcat girls won a thriller over the Rockets by a 26-30 score. The boys lost to Reading, 15-47. Addy Hunt and Hannah Bryson led the way for Wilmington's girls, placing first...
Clarkson opens season with 5-0 shutout of Merrimack
For the 2023-24 edition of Clarkson Women's Hockey, there was plenty of optimism heading into the opener that this team could defend and generate offense and Saturday's debut vs. Merrimack, proved both to be true. From the opening draw the Knights out shot the Warriors 5-1 in the first 5...
Late score by Sarafian sparks comeback victory: Third grade team edges Worcester
The Tewksbury Youth Football third grade Redmen won an exciting game against Worcester on Sunday by a 19-14 score. Tewksbury improved to 2-2 on the year with the victory. Troy Sarafian sparked Tewksbury’s offense with a pair of touchdowns, Raymond White added a score and Joseph Bianco chipped in with an extra point.
Winchester HS football kick off 3rd annual Glen Doherty Spirit Night
Doherty, a former Navy SEAL, grew up in Winchester and lost his life while protecting a CIA facility in Benghazi, Lybia in 2012.
Football Loses Nail-biter In First NEC Game of The Season
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – The Merrimack College Football team lost their first NEC game of the year on the road against Wagner in heartbreaking fashion. A bad snap on a field goal attempt late to potentially send the game to overtime results in disaster for Merrimack. The Basics. Score:...
Youth Hockey: Bantam 1’s win first three games
The Bantam 1’s Wilmington Wildcats opened Valley League play for the 2023-24 season on Sept. 9 against the Newburyport Clippers at Hockey Town in Saugus on Saturday and won by a 10-1 score. Wilmington got the scoring going in the first period when Cody Mastronardi, on a feed from...
Endicott's Women's Volleyball Team Suffers Loss to UC Santa Cruz, Drops to 4-6 Season Record
Endicott's women's volleyball team lost to UC Santa Cruz in a match at MacDonald Gymnasium. The final score was 3-0, with round scores of 15-25, 19-25, and 17-25. Krystina Schueler of Trumbull, Conn. led the Gulls with 10 kills on 22 swings.
Shawsheen Tech Roundup: Girls soccer ready to improve
Don’t be fooled by the first two matches of the season, good things are in the future for the Shawsheen Tech girls soccer team. In its first two contests, the Rams lost by identical 4-0 scores against Greater Lowell and Bedford, but veteran coach Doug Michaud knows his inexperienced group will only improve with time and experience.
Football boosters give snackshack a boost as season gets underway
IPSWICH — The next time you are at a football game and are waiting to buy a snack, take a gander at the building and ask, “What fine edifice is this that stands before me?”. It’s the refurbished snackshack. Obviously. Concerned at an apparent decline in interest...
Varsity Volleyball Makes Enormous 11 Point Comeback, Takes Down Newburyport
The true resilience and determination of the Generals varsity volleyball team was put on show last night. Let me set the scene for you. The Generals were neck and neck with Newburyport in a volleyball game that had a huge crowd in attendance. It was the third set, and both teams had one set win under their belt. The third set was 14-21; Newburyport was leading by 7. The set felt like an easy win for Newburyport, and the crowd was ready to give up and move on. But the Generals were not ready to give up yet; over the course of about twenty minutes, the Generals put up 9 straight points that brought them to a 23-21 lead over Newburyport. Newburyport tried frantically to win the set, but the Generals got the win, which put them 2-1 over Newburyport. The Generals ended up winning the game in the next set, adding to their numerous victories this season.
Endicott Football Triumphs Over Hardin-Simmons: A Historic Win at Home
Endicott football team won against the No. 5/5 Hardin-Simmons with a score of 37-10, marking their first victory over a nationally ranked team. The game took place at Hempstead Stadium on Friday night. The win was notable for the Gulls' season-high 37 points, three interceptions, and two forced fumbles. They also held Hardin-Simmons to their lowest season scores.
Lynnfield’s offense too much for Essex Tech to handle
LYNNFIELD — It was close for a little more than a quarter, but the Lynnfield offense was on fire in the Pioneers’ home opener at Pioneer Stadium Friday night. The hosts turned a 7-7 game early in the second quarter into a rout, defeating the Hawks 42-13 in the teams’ first-ever meeting. The Pioneers (3-0) The post Lynnfield’s offense too much for Essex Tech to handle appeared first on Itemlive.