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Hornets move into CCS drivers seat with win over North Shore

Manchester Essex quarterback Paul Martyn runs for a gain as the North Shore Tech defense gives chase Friday night at Hyland Field.1 Photo

MANCHESTER | The Manchester Essex football team sits alone atop the Commonwealth Conference Small standings. In a battle of the only remaining unbeatens in conference play, the Hornets beat North Shore, 22-0, last night at Joseph M. Hyland Field.

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Football, 08/27/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Ipswich crushes Hornets, advances to Super Bowl

Manchester Essex head coach Mike Athanas has a frustrating sideline conversation with Dan Kenerson during their Division 3A state playoff game against Ipswich Tuesday night in Acton. The Tigers defeated the Hornets, 34-0.1 Photo

ACTON | The look on Ted Flaherty's face spoke volumes. With beads of sweat rolling down his forehead, the second-year Ipswich High football coach stood on Edward M. Leary Field last night with a wide grin following his team's impressive 34-0 victory over Manchester Essex in the Eastern Mass. Division 3A semifinals.

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Football, 08/24/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

DelaSantos runs wild in Reggies loss

Jonathan DelaSantos, playing for Greater Lawrence Technical School, runs for a touchdown with Pat Orlando of Manchester Essex in close pursuit during the football game at Joseph M. Hyland Field in Manchester Friday night.1 Photo

MANCHESTER | Time expired on the Greater Lawrence football team last night, but Jonathan DelaSantos kept running. He refused to concede a loss, 15-point deficit or not.

The 5-foot-7, 140-pound junior quarterback weaved through a series of Manchester Essex defenders and appeared to break into open field. DelaSantos' right knee buckled as the Reggies' sideline erupted, effectively ending the game.

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Football, 08/24/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Georgetown topples Manchester

Matt Sweet, right, tries to block Georgetown cornerback Nadjee Harrigan's attempt to stop Hornet Pat Orlando during yesterdays game at Hyland Field. The Hornets were defeated, 28-27, by the Royals.1 Photo

MANCHESTER | Joseph M. Hyland Field is now closed! Unfortunately for host Manchester Essex, Georgetown saw to it that it was closed on a depressing note.

Commonwealth Conference Small champion Manchester Essex will enter the playoffs with a loss fresh in its memory bank. Georgetown (5-5) will enter the offseason with a good feeling about how it battled through adversity throughout the year and finished the campaign with a memorable upset on the road.

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Football, 08/24/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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