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New England High School Notebook: Mass Top 10 & More Lacrosse News

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By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports 

Happy Marathon Monday, lacrosse fans.

Before we get to some news and notes (and links) from the past few days, allow us to unveil our first Noontime Sports Eastern Massachusetts Top 10 Polls for both boys and girls lacrosse.

Hingham secured the top spot in this week’s poll – the Harbormen enter the new week with a 4-0 record – while Xaverian Brothers checked-in second following a bounce-back win over Cohasett this past weekend. Lincoln-Sudbury secured the third position.

In the fourth position is a talented Acton-Boxborough unit that will face some interesting foes this week, including Algonquin tomorrow afternoon at 4 p.m.

Needham secured the eight position following a solid week for the Rockets, which included a hard-fought win over New Hampshire’s Bishop Guertin. Christian Bliss sealed the win with a late save.

Notre Dame Academy (Hingham) checked-in first overall in this week’s poll – they recently scored an impressive 11-6 win this afternoon over Radnor (Pennsylvania) – while Norwell and Wellesley checked-in second and third, respectively.

The Raiders recently scored an exciting 11-10 win over Walpole, thanks to a late tally with 14.3 seconds remaining by Arielle Dulamac. Additionally, Wellesley’s Anna Hereu sealed the win with a game-saving stop at the buzzer.

The Rockets checked-in fifth – they scored a 14-12 win earlier today over Duxbury.

Also, keep an eye on Westwood, which recently recorded back-to-back conference wins against Hopkinton (19-7) and Medfield (19-5). Both wins came after a one-goal setback to top-ranked Norwell.


News and Links from the New England High School Lacrosse World 


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New England High Schools: Keep Your Eyes On Hingham & Norwell

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By Matt Noonan | @MattyNoonz11

If you’re a fan of the Hingham Harbormen then you couldn’t have asked for a better start to their season.

Hingham enters the new week with a 2-0 mark, thanks to wins over Catholic Memorial and St. John’s Prep (Danvers). Both wins secured them the second position in today’s BostonLax.net week two poll, which found Xaverian Brothers in the top spot, while Boston College High School secured the third position, thanks to a win over Cohasset.

Rounding out the site’s top five positions were Duxbury and Lincoln-Sudbury, checking-in fourth and fifth, respectively.

Hingham checked-in first in the Wicked Local South boys power ranking, while NorwellMarshfield, and Plymouth South secured the second, third, and fourth positions, respectively.

The Harbormen face a very interesting test on Saturday, April 13th when they host Simsbury (Conn.) at 1 p.m., and will certainly need another solid outing from Cooper Dainton, who netted four goals in his team’s win over the Eagles this past weekend.

In today’s Wicked Local South girls power rankings, Norwell secured the top spot, thanks to a 2-0 start, while Braintree, Cohasset, and Hingham checked-in second, third, and fourth, respectively.

Norwell, which returned 23 players from last year’s MIAA D2 state championship squad, has commenced its season with convincing wins over Foxboro and Westwood. The win over the Wolverines – an 8-7 victory – should provide the Clippers with some momentum heading into a week where they will face Hingham and Medfield. Both games won’t be easy.

Medfield enters the early week tilt with Norwell with a 1-0 record, thanks to a 19-4 win over Norwood last Friday. The win over the Mustangs was also the Warriors’ initial Tri-Valley League (TVL) victory, too.

News and Notes from the New England High School Lacrosse World


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New England High Schools: Lacrosse Notebook (April 2nd, 2019)

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By Matt Noonan | @MattyNoonz11 

High school lacrosse is in full swing with loads of teams in action from Maine to Connecticut.

So, let’s get everyone caught up with some news and stories from the past few days with a brand new New England High Schools Notebook.

As always, stay connected with our lacrosse coverage on Twitter @NoontimeLax, while also making sure to follow @LaxRecords for additional content and coverage, as well.


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Games to Watch in Massachusetts This Week (Apr. 2nd-6th) 

  • Catholic Memorial at Hingham (Apr. 2nd) at 5:30 p.m.
  • Cohasset at Boston College High School (Apr. 2nd) at 6 p.m.
  • Needham at Walpole (Apr. 4th) at 4 p.m.
  • Xaverian Brothers at Boston College High School (Apr. 4th) at 5:45 p.m.
  • Dracut at Billerica (Apr. 5th) at 4 p.m.
  • Lincoln-Sudbury at Cohasett (Apr. 6th) at 1 p.m.

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Mass. High School Football: MIAA North Playoff Brackets (LINKS)

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By NoontimeSports.com (@NoontimeSports) 

The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) released the postseason brackets for the upcoming high school football playoffs, and below is a link to all eight north divisions.

MIAA Division 1 North (Top Seed: Central Catholic)

MIAA Division 2 North (Top Seed: Lincoln-Sudbury)

MIAA Division 3 North (Top Seed: Lynn English)

MIAAA Division 4 North (Top Seed: Melrose)

MIAA Division 5 North (Top Seed: Lynnfield)

MIAA Division 6 North (Top Seed: Hamilton-Wenham)

MIAA Division 7 North (Top Seed: St. Mary’s)

MIAA Division 8 North  (Top Seed: Lynn Tech)

Massachusetts High School Lax Round-Up: Checking-In On The West

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By NoontimeSports.com (@NoontimeSports) 

Our Massachusetts High School Lacrosse Round-Up has returned – yes, we’re officially back for the remainder of the season, so make sure to circle back each week for various posts on the numerous teams, including our various social media round-ups, too.

For this week’s post, we’re shedding some light on Western Massachusetts teams, including Longmeadow, Mount Greylock and others! 

First, congratulations to Longmeadow’s Kristopher Campbell, who was tabbed last week’s Epoch/USL High School Boys’ Player of the Week following an impressive 11-point effort in his team’s 14-10 win over Amherst-Pelham.

Longmeadow, which is in-action today against Northampton (9-1), will visit Harvard Stadium on Saturday, May 6th to face-off against Lincoln-Sudbury.

Last season, the Warriors defeated the Lancers in Amherst by a score of 15-11. The game was followed by a New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) tilt between Amherst College and Colby College.

Following this season’s meeting, fans are encouraged to stick around and cheer on the Boston Cannons, who will play their home-opener against the Chesapeake Bayhawks. Face-off is scheduled for 7:00 p.m.

Jeff Stripp and the Mount Greylock Mounties (10-0) captured their 10th contest on Monday, defeating Pittsfield by a score of 17-6. Reilly Parker and Pat Storie highlighted their team’s 10th win of the season by combining for 12 goals and four assists, while Owen Politis netted a hat-trick.

The Mounties return to the field on Saturday when they host Lee, which also defeated Pittsfield this week – Wednesday, to be exact – by a score of 20-9.

Hoosac Valley received a big-boots from Casey Meczywor on Wednesday as he netted seven goals, while dishing out a pair of assists in his team’s 13-4 win over Taconic. The win was the Hurricanes’ third of the season.

As noted in yesterday’s Berkshire Eagle, Hoosac Valley led 8-0 after the opening session and 9-0 by halftime.

Extra News and Notes from the West!

Games to Watch this Friday, May 5th & Saturday, May 6th: 

  • Westfield at Pope Francis (Friday, May 5th)
  • Chicopee Comp. at Wahconah (Friday, May 5th)
  • Lonmeadow vs. Lincoln-Sudbury (Saturday, May 6th | Harvard Stadium)
  • Minnechaug at Northampton (Saturday, May 6th)
  • Lee at Mount Greylock (Saturday, May 6th)
  • Hoosac Valley at Granby (Saturday, May 6th)
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