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Boys varsity basketball

The boys basketball team finished their season with a win over Rockport on Thursday. The final score was 54 to 50.  With the win the Hornets  finished the season with a 14 and 6 record earning them first place in the Cape Ann Small Baker Division. 
The Hornets are now prepare for the Division 4 state tournament. 

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Division 5 results indoor track

We had another amazing performance last night. Four more school records were improved upon. Three individuals and one relay qualified for the state meet next Saturday. The boys finished 6th over all with 24 points and scored in four events which was a team best in all categories. The girls scored 15 points good for 12th place and scored in three events. We also had 10 PRs on top of the record setters. Congratulations to everyone who ran last night. The meet started in a positive direction as Dasa Hase finished 7th in the 55 (7.59). From there we got rolling. Wil Kenney was second in the mile besting his school record (4:27.04). Eve Feuerbach finished fourth in the mile (5:27.05). Then Mia Cromwell ran a superb race in the 1000 setting a school record and finishing second (3:03.97). Dean Campbell  got in on the fun by bettering his school record in the 300 while finishing second (36.34). Matt Carter kept the ball rolling by finishing seventh in the 2 mile with a personal best (…

Girls varsity basketball update

The Manchester Essex Hornets finished the regular season at 11-9, qualifying for the Division 3 state tournament. On Friday night the Hornets hosted Cape Ann League Small Champions Amesbury and battled back from behind in the fourth quarter. Though the Hornets put up a great fight, they lost the game 39-41. The Hornet offense was led by Suzy Morton with 13 points. Emma Cochand added 7 and Bridget Twombly 6. Grace Brennan and Emily Jacobsen each added 4, Bella Pomeroy 3 and Lily Athanas 2 in the effort.On Thursday night the Hornets hosted Rockport for their final regular season game and senior night to celebrate the dedication and accomplishments of Bella Pomeroy, Grace Brennan, Emma Cochand, Ava Glass and Suzy Morton. The Hornets won a decisive victory over the Vikings 61-20. Suzy Morton led again with 13 followed by Bella Pomeroy with 11. Ava Glass added 7 points and 19 rebounds while Emma Cochand added6 and Grace Brennan 5. The Junior class put up a strong showing as well as S…

Girls basketball update

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> The Manchester Essex Hornets moved to 8-7 on the season with wins over Lowell Catholic and Ipswich on the Road. On Wednesday night the Hornets traveled to Lowell Catholic to face off against the non-league opponent. The Hornets pulled ahead to an early lead and we able to maintain their composure and the lead throughout the game. Grace Brennan and Suzy Morton led the Hornets offense with 14 points and Bella Pomeroy had 13 in the effort. Bridget Twombly added 4 and Lily Athanas 2. Both Twombly and Athanas turned in strong defensive efforts in the 47-35 win.
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> On Friday, the Hornets traveled to Ipswich to battle the Tiger for the second time this season. Ahead by only 4 after the first half the Hornets used stifling defensive pressure to build a solid lead in the second half and go on to win 44-20. Suzy Morton had 14, and Bella Pomeroy 12 to led the Hornets. Gianna Huet added 5, Emily Jacobsen 4, Emma Cochand, Grace Brennan 3.

Boys basketball update.

State Tournament Bound. The boys basketball is now 11-4 with wins over Ipswich on Friday, January 25, 2019.  The score of the game was 66-54.  On Sunday, January 27, 2019, the boys had a rematch against Bishop Fenwick and won 58-54.  Next up the boys basketball team travels to Lynnfield high school on Tuesday, January 29, 2018 and will play Hamilton Wenham at home on February 1, 2019. The game against Hamilton Wenham will be for first place in the Cape Ann League Small Conference.

Indoor track update

It was another great day for the M-E track teams. We sent seven athletes to the State Coaches Meet. The highlight of the day came when Will Kenney won the mile with a personal best time of 4:31.21. The race was nip and tuck all the way until Will bore down and ran past the Wakefield runner to pull away at the end. Matt Carter also had a solid performance finished 10th with a PR (4:39.99). Dean Campbell earned a PR in the 55 (6.92) which was good for 11th and ran a solid 300 (37.02) which placed him 15th. Mia Cromwell was the star on the girl's side by finishing 7th in the 1000 with a season best time of 3:09.44 which established a new Junior Record. Jillian Bowen also ran a season best in the 300 (46.19). Elizabeth Loring ran a solid 600 (1:48.35) and Eve Feuerbach ran 5:34.00 in the mile. In our final dual meet of the season, both teams bowed to Ipswich. The boys lost 60-26 while the girls lost 65-21. We still had many strong performances on this day. The boys obtained 8 pers…

Boys basketball

The boys basketball team improved to 9-4 with wins against Masconomet, Georgetown, and Amesbury high schools.  On Tuesday, January 15th, the hornets beat Mascoment high school 61-55.   Dane Moruzzi led the way with 17 points, Kellen Furse and Will Janowicz had 14 each and Dylan Wilson 10.  On Friday, January 18th, the hornets beat Rival Georgetown 62-37.  Kellen Furse had a game -high 21 points, Will Janowicz and Dane Moruzzi had eight each.  And on Monday, January 21st, the hornets beat Amesbury High School 67-43.  Dane Moruzzi had 19 points, Kellen Furse had 16, 14 coming in the first half. Dylan Wilson chipped in 12.  Next up the hornets play Ipswich high school at home on Friday, January 25th.  With a win, the boys basketball team qualifies for the state tournament.