Friday, March 15, 2013
Patch will bring you live updates from the Div. 3 boys basketball state championship game at DCU Center on Saturday between Danvers and Smith Academy.
The Division 3 state championship boys basketball game between the Danvers High School Falcons and Smith Academy Falcons will be covered with a live blog right here on Danvers Patch. Check in after noon on Saturday to stay up to speed on the action. The game is scheduled to start at 12:30 p.m. at DCU Center in Worcester. In addition to getting updates on the game, the live blog gives you a chance to comment on the action, ask questions and cheer on the Falcons. Danvers fans were a vocal and active bunch on the blog during the semifinals win over Martha's Vineyard.
Monday, March 11, 2013
Join our live chat as the Danvers High School Falcons and Wilmington High School Wildcats battle for the Division 2 North title and a berth in the State Championship game.
Join our live chat as the Danvers High School Falcons and Wilmington High School Wildcats battle for the Division 2 North title and a berth in the State Championship game. Danvers (13-6-4), is the No. 8 seed and arrives at the sectional championship after a big 4-3 win over No. 1 Beverly High School in the quarterfinals, plus wins over Somerville High School and Concord-Carlisle High School. Wilmington is the No. 3 seed. The Wildcats (19-3-2) arrive in the sectional championship as the defending champion with wins over Stoneham High School, Boston Latin and Lincoln-Sudbury High School. The live chat will open at 5:45 p.m. on Monday. The game starts at 6 p.m. at the Tsongas Center in Lowell.
Danvers Patch will be live blogging from TD Garden on Tuesday from the Div. 3 boys basketball state semifinals.
The Div. 3 state semifinal playoff game between the Danvers High School and Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School will be covered with a live blog right here on Danvers Patch. Game time is 4:15 on Tuesday from TD Garden in Boston. Check in here after 3:45 p.m. as coverage gets going. It’s the second trip to the state semifinals for the Falcons, who are the defending Division 3 champions. Martha’s Vineyard is this year’s South sectional champion.
Saturday, March 9, 2013
Danvers Patch brings you live updates from the boys basketball Div. 3 North sectional finals at Tsongas Center on Saturday between the Danvers Falcons and Wayland Warriors.
Danvers Patch's live blog from the boys basketball Div. 3 North sectional finals from Tsongas Center in Lowell. The Danvers Falcons are taking on the Wayland Warriors at 3:45 p.m. on Saturday. In addition to game updates, the live coverage gives you a chance to comment on the action, ask questions, cheer on the Falcons and share photos.
As you make your final preparations to head to the Tsongas Center to cheer on the Falcons in the Div. 3 North finals, here are some common questions - and the answers.
The Danvers High School Falcons take on the Wayland High School Warriors in the Div. 3 North finals at Tsongas Center in Lowell on Saturday at 3:45 p.m. Here are some questions fans might have before the game. 1. How Far Away is Tsongas Center? Plan on a 45 minute trip to Tsongas Center, based on a starting point of the high school. Officially, the arena address is 300 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Lowell. 2. How Do I Get to Tsongas Center? There’s a few ways to get to Tsongas Center. The best bet is to head south on Route 128 to Route 3 north in Burlington. From there, head north on Route 3 to the Lowell Connector and take it almost to the end and get off at the Thorndike Street exit. Follow Thorndike Street into the city center, as it …
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
A win on Tuesday night sent the boys basketball team at Danvers High School to the Div. 3 North finals again this year.
Falcons fans will soon be very familiar with the trip to Tsongas Arena in Lowell. The Falcons boys basketball team (21-2) is again headed to the Div. 3 North finals there on Saturday - putting the team just one win away from returning to the Eastern Massachusetts championship. Saturday's game will be the first of two divisional championship games in three days for Danvers High School teams. The boys hockey team will play for the Div. 2 North championship on Monday night at the same place - Tsongas Arena in Lowell. The Danvers High School boys basketball team defeated Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School 69-51 on Tuesday night in a game played at Triton High School. The Falcons turned the corner and did not look back by …
Monday, March 4, 2013
The Beverly-Danvers co-op girls hockey team is in the quarterfinals after a weekend win over Medford.
It's on to the quarterfinals for the Beverly-Danvers cooperative girls hockey team after an 8-1 win over Medford on Saturday. The Salem News reports that it was the second-ever playoff win for the team, which next faces Arlington Catholic on Wednesday night. The quarterfinal game will be at 8 p.m. at O'Brien Rink in Woburn. The team wears the Beverly colors but includes 10 players from Danvers High School. The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association officially recognizes it as a cooperative team and calls it the "Beverly-Danvers" team in tournament seeding. The No. 2-seeded Beverly-Danvers team (17-2-2) had a bye through the first round before the big win over Medford High School. Arlington (15-4-2) has gotten postseason …
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
The St. John's Prep Eagles are returning to the Div. 1 Super Bowl in Waltham on Saturday.
St. John’s Prep shut out Andover High School on Tuesday night, sending the Eagles to the Super Bowl once again. The Eagles defeated the Golden Eagles 21-0 in the Division 1 semifinals at Cawley Stadium in Lowell. The Prep will now go on to face Brockton High School at Bentley University in Waltham at 10 a.m. on Saturday. Brockton defeated Weymouth 33-7 on Tuesday night in Weymouth. For a look back at action in that game, check Weymouth Patch's live blog coverage. All three Eagles touchdowns were scored by junior running back Jonathan Thomas. For a look back at all the St. John's Prep game, check out the Danvers Patch live blog of the action.
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
With 19th and 10th place finishes respectively, the boys' and girls' cross-country teams from Danvers High saw their 2010 season come to an end at the Eastern Mass. Championships on Saturday.
It was a tough field in the Division IV races and the competition proved too skilled for the cross-country teams from Danvers High on Saturday. The boys finished the day in 19th place, while the girls managed 10th at the MIAA Eastern Mass. Championships at Franklin Park. Both teams failed to advance to the All-State meets on Nov. 20 in Gardner. Leading the way for the lady Falcons was junior Haley Dyer, who finished 23rd, just two places and nine seconds behind Hingham's Alyssa Lumbert, who earned the final Division IV individual bid to All-States. "Haley Dyer had her best race since her [mid-season] injury," said Danvers head coach John Norris, "had she not been injured she surely would have gone on [to All-States]." "I love this course…
Sunday, November 14, 2010
The St. John’s Prep cross-country team punched its ticket to the All-State meet with a fourth place finish at the Eastern Mass Divisional Championships on Saturday.
The St. John's Prep runners have given themselves a chance at a State title, as they finished in fourth place in the Division I race at the MIAA Eastern Mass Cross-Country Championships on Saturday. "I can't say that I am surprised, as we were pretty confident we were going to be in the top five," admitted head coach Ray Carey after the race. "The thing is you don't want to end up fifth and we were able to get fourth." The Eagles, Catholic Conference champs as well, accrued 169 points, seven points ahead of fifth place Acton-Boxborough (176) and only five points behind third place Methuen (164). Brookline finished in second place with 127 points and Lowell earned first with 107. The Prep was led by seniors Ben Halpin (16:19) and Jarrett …