By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports & @NoontimeLax
The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) has unveiled the pairings for the high school state lacrosse tournament with preliminary or first-round games beginning next week.
Below are links to the various regional brackets, as well as each section’s top seeds, as well.
We’ll be keeping you posted on the tournament with daily scoreboards and tweets, so make sure to stay connected with @NoontimeLax for our postseason coverage.
MIAA Boy’s Lacrosse Pairings
D1 North | Top Seed: St. John’s Prep (Danvers)
D2 North | Top Seed: Winchester
D3 North | Top Seed: Pentucket
D1 South | Hingham
D2 South | Hanover
D3 South | Norwell
D2 Central/East | Medfield
D2 Central/West | Algonquin
D3 Central/East | Dover-Sherborn
D3 Central/West | Grafton
MIAA Girl’s Lacrosse Pairings
East Division 1 | Walpole
East Division 2 | Wayland
North Division 1 | Reading
North Division 2 | Ipswich
South Division 1 | Westwood
South Division 2 | Martha’s Vineyard
Central/West Division 1 | Longmeadow
Central/West Division 2 | Bromfield
Stay connected with @NoontimeLax on Twitter for in-game updates to scores and news from the 2019 MIAA state tournament!
On Thursday, the Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL) released its 2013 schedule for their upcoming season.
“We’re looking forward to the 2013 season,” Commissioner Chris Hall said in the league’s press release. “We continue to work toward improving the level of talent and competition in the league. We also strive toward strengthening our ties within the community, and offering the most exciting, fan friendly baseball experience in New England.”
According to the release, each team in the league will play 54 games (27 home, 27 road), and the season will officially commence on June 5. The regular season will conclude on August 8, which will be followed by a three-round playoff system. The top two teams will earn byes, while the third, fourth, fifth and sixth will play a three-game series to determine which team will advance.
Also, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, will host the second annual FCBL All-Star Game, which will be hosted by the Pittsfield Suns. The date of the game is July 25, and according to the league’s website, more information on that particular contest will be released in a few weeks.
Five Massachusetts teams compete in this leagues and their schedules for the 2013 season have been linked below:
* Brockton Rox
* Martha’s Vineyard Sharks
* North Shore Navigators
* Pittsfield Suns
* Wachusett Dirt Dogs
By Matt Noonan
On Thursday, July 19, the Futures Collegiate Baseball League announced the rosters for the league’s inaugural All-Star Game, which will be played on Thursday, July 26 at Historic Holman Stadium in Nashua, New Hampshire.
The first All-Star team features the league’s original four teams, (Martha’s Vineyard, Nashua, Seacoast, and Torrington) while the second squad is comprised of the five new teams, (Brockton, North Shore, Old Orchard Beach, Pittsfield and Wachusett).
Also, prior to the contest, the league will hold an MLB Scout Day, which will commence roughly four hours prior to the first pitch. The All-Stars and selected players will be able to display their skills during that portion of the afternoon in front of various Major League scouts.
For more information on the All-Star game (CLICK HERE) and to access the press release from Thursday (HOP HERE).