A process that first began more than a decade ago finally came to fruition Friday when the prinicipals of the 11 Northeastern Conference schools voted to allow Masconomet Regional entry into the league.
With rain pouring down and winds whipping off of Gloucester Harbor onto Newell Stadium, the Gloucester and Beverly football teams were really limited in what they could do offensively.
The Manchester Essex football team had its most challenging game of the regular season as Roxbury Prep visited Hyland Field on Friday in a rain and wind storm. While the score was not totally lopsided and the Hornets allowed a touchdown for the first time this season, they still turned in a …
Friday's Northeastern Conference North clash against Marblehead was not necessarily a must win game for the Gloucester boys soccer team, but it was close.
Beverly is not the only thing the Gloucester football team is going to be dealing with in its home opener on Friday night at Newell Stadium.
The high school football season has raced past the midpoint of the regular season. On Cape Ann, Gloucester and Manchester Essex are in very different spots heading into the second half with three more weeks until the MIAA playoffs begin.
In 60 minutes of field hockey action, neither Gloucester nor Beverly could find the back of the net in a key Northeastern Conference clash at Newell Stadium. As a result, both teams were dissatisfied with the scoreless draw.
The Rockport field hockey team went up against one of the best teams in the Cape Ann League Kinney Division on Thursday in Pentucket. While the final score was lopsided, a 5-0 Sachems win, Vikings head coach Mary Ryan was still quick to praise her team's performance.
The Manchester Essex cross country team got its first taste of state level action this weekend at the annual Frank Kelley Invitational Meet, and the team performed well against tough competition.
This Week's Circulars
- Cape Ann schools closed after storm causes widespread power outages
- Ex-chief, city found at fault in union complaint
- Fire destroys Rockport home, two firefighters sent to hospital
- National Grid: More than 12,400 Cape Ann customers without power
- Police/Fire: Call for cops leads to arrest
- City DPW chief: Downed trees in city's every nook, cranny
- Talk of the Times
- Coast Guard rescues two in powerless boat
- Peabody couple flee as Ecuador erupts in protests