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.
Endicott Gulls Triumph Over Hartford in Volleyball Match, Boosting Local Pride
The Endicott women's volleyball team won 3-0 against Hartford at Chase Arena on a recent Saturday. Hadley Helenbrook led the team with 15 kills. Kelsey Sanborn and Stephanie Moreau also performed well, making eight and seven kills respectively. Savannah Cambell added to the team's success with 20 assists and five service aces.
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.
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.
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...
How is This Crazy, Quirky Sport in Boston, Massachusetts, Not Illegal?
We New Englanders love our Patriots football and Boston Red Sox. But even more so, we love to get outside and do our own thing, from athletic leagues in baseball, softball, and basketball, to rowing, pickleball, and tennis. Whether we're out jogging or hiking, we definitely take advantage of our surroundings, especially in the spring, summer, and fall. Cycling is another biggie, especially in Boston, where you often see families cycling along the Charles River and the more serious cyclists all geared up and zooming around.
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.
Endicott Men's Cross Country Team Ranks Sixth at Codfish Bowl, Sets Personal Bests
The Endicott men's cross country team ranked sixth among 11 teams at the Codfish Bowl in Franklin Park, Boston, Mass. Caleb Nye led the team, finishing the 8-kilometer course in 26:46 minutes in 14th place. Josh Lehmann followed in 23rd place, completing the course in 27:36 minutes.
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.
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.
Pedro Martinez is taking on a new challenge, building the Dominican Republic’s first sports charter school
"Education gives you the confidence to face the world. That’s what I want for the next generation. That’s what I want for my legacy." Nearly two decades ago, after pitching in Game 2 of the 2004 ALCS, Pedro Martinez gave a memorable quote about his childhood. He recalled...
Referee shortage forcing Medford HS to move Friday night football to Thursdays
MEDFORD, MASS. (WHDH) - The lights are out at the stadium where the Medford High School Mustangs usually play Friday night football. A referee shortage forcing the team to play on Thursdays instead. Bob Prestera of the Association of New England Football Officials says there are a number of reasons...
BOSTON RED SOX — Reinstated RHP Kenley Jansen from the Covid-19 related IL. Optioned RHP Zack Weiss to Worcester (IL). CHICAGO WHITE SOX — Reinstated RHP Declan Cronin from the 15-day IL and his injury rehab assignment at Charlotte (IL). CLEVELAND GUARDIANS — Recalled RHP Michael Kelly from...
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.
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...
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...
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.
Kendra Middleton in-studio | Machete shots! – 9/21 (Hour 2)
No Dan. No Joe. Kendra Middleton is in-studio to talk sports betting and machete shots. Twitter: @Toucherandrich | @FredToucher | @KenGriffeyrules. Visit the Toucher & Rich page on 985thesportshub.com. Follow Boston’s home for sports on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram!
Referee shortage forces Mass. high school football games to be played on Thursdays
MEDFORD - There was everything you would expect to find under the Friday Night Lights. The cheerleaders, band, and football team all playing their part seamlessly. But this varsity game is being held on a Thursday. It turns out they didn't have much of a choice. Medford is just one city in Massachusetts that chose to hold its varsity football games on Thursday nights this season due to a referee shortage. Richard Pearson is the associate director of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association. Pearson said the number of officials enlisted dropped by 1,000 from a high of 5,800 before the pandemic. That...
Harvard vs. Brown: Live stream, TV, how to watch Ivy League football
Harvard will kick off its Ivy League season on Friday night as they host the Brown Bears in a battle of undefeated teams. Harvard are favorites for the home matchup coming off a win over the Unversity of St. Thomas last week. Meanwhile Brown beat Bryant in a battle of Rhode Island schools to improve to 1-0 on the year. The winner of this matchup will get an early edge in the battle for Ivy League supremacy in what should be a competitive year.