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Friday was a busy day in the lacrosse world with some big-time matchups and important wins for a variety of Eastern Massachusetts teams. Below are the outcomes from today’s games, including Lincoln-Sudbury topping Duxbury in a marquee Friday afternoon match-up.
Looking for some players to watch this spring in Eastern Massachusetts? Well, look no further than the Boston Globe‘s EMass Players to Watch, including Duxbury‘s Cole Biggins (will be playing for Army next spring) and Michael Tobin (UMass commit) of Reading.
Catholic Memorial and Malden Catholic will be the first two teams to compete in the series – the two squads will face-off at Harvard Stadium on Saturday, May 5th at 3:30 p.m. before Boston entertains the Dallas Rattlers at 6 p.m.
Governor’s Academy will square-off against St. Sebastian’s one week later on Saturday, May 12th at Harvard Stadium with the game scheduled to commence at 3 p.m.
The final two matchups with take place in Hingham on Saturday, May 19th with the girls team hosting Braintree at 12 p.m. followed by the boy’s team entertaining Needham at 2 p.m. Boston and the Chesapeake Bayhawks will also compete in Hingham that same day with face-off scheduled for 6 p.m.
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Bergeron led the Black and Gold on Wednesday with two goals, which helped Boston defeat New Jersey! (Photo Credit: Boston Herald)
Good morning! It’s time for the Daily Noontime, which means, here are some headlines and news from the past day in Boston and New England sports.
* The Boston Bruins picked up their first win of 2012 in a convincing manner, as the Black and Gold pummeled the New Jersey Devils, 6-1. Tim Thomasrecorded 30 saves, while Patrice Bergeronscored two goals. Boston will return home on Thursday when they welcome Calgary to the TD Garden.
* Despite not having Ray Allenin the line-up, the Celtics picked up their fourth consecutive win, as Boston defeated the New Jersey Nets, 89-70. Paul Pierceled the squad with 24 points, while Brandon Bassadded 15 points and 13 rebounds. The Green and White will enjoy a day of rest before hosting Indiana on Friday.
* University of North Carolina Wilmington outscored Northeastern University’s men’s basketball team in the fourth quarter by eight points to earn a 70-62 victory at the Matthews Arena. The Huskies will look to snap their one-game losing streak on Saturday when they travel to James Madison University for a 2:00pm tip.
* The Independent School League featured a quadruple header at Frozen Fenway on Wednesday, and here are the results: