Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Valerie Enge is captain of the Marian High girl's soccer team and was named a finalist in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Player of the Week program.
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Valerie Enge, a senior at Marian High School in Framingham, was named a finalist in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Player of the Week program. Enge is a captain of the Marian High girl’s soccer team and has played on the Varsity team since her freshman year. She is the daughter of Eric Enge and Beth Dill of Southborough.
Sunday, September 18, 2011
Marian traveled across town to Keefe Technical. The Broncos won 28-14 over the Mustangs.
Marian High traveled across town to Keefe Technical. The Broncos won 28-14 over the Mustangs Saturday afternoon.
Monday, September 12, 2011
5th Annual MetroWest Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament takes place today at the Framingham Country Club.
Our weekday morning column, 5 Things You Need to Know, provides you with information that can help you plan your day and give you some fodder for water cooler conversations. 1. the Town of Framingham marked the 10th Anniversary of Sept 11 with a vigil and a ceremony. Click here for a slideshow of the events at Cushing Memorial Park. The town's fire and police department's organized the vigil. For video highlights, click here. Following the vigil, a remembrance ceremony was held to mark the day and to remember the 17 individuals withties to Framingham who perished that day. Click here for video highlights. On Sunday night, the Framingham Interfaith Clergy Association, held a service. For photos and video of the service, filled with prayer, …
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Marian High softball team, with a 15-5 record, was seeded #4 in the North Division 3 Tournament. Marian will play Mystic Valley, seeded #13, on Thursday, June 2 at 3:30 p.m. at Butterworth Park.
Marian High softball team with a 15-5 record was seeded #4 in the North Division 3 Tourney. Marian will meet up on the diamond against Mystic Valley, seeded #13, on Thursday, June 2 at 3:30 p.m. at Butterworth Park. 1. Whittier (18-2) .900 2. St. Mary's (18-2) .900 3. Shawsheen (15-5) .750 4. Marian (15-5) .750 5. Boston Int'l (14-5) .737 6. Greater Lowell Tech (14-6) .700 7. Boston Latin Academy (14-6) .700 8. North Shore Tech (12-6) .667 9. Madison Park (11-6) .647 10. East Boston (12-7) .632 11. Lowell Catholic (12-7) .632 12. Matignon (12-8) .600 13. Mystic Valley (12-8) .600 14. Burke (8-7) .533 15. Brighton (9-8) .529 16. Acad of Notre Dame (10-10) .500 17. Winthrop (9-11) .450 18. Rockport (8-10) .444 19. Weston (5-13) .278
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Both the Marian baseball team and softball team have gaudy records and will be highly seeded this week as the state tournament pairings are announced today.
Marian High’s baseball and softball teams will both be playing in the post season but Keefe Tech's season is finished. BASEBALL: Marian wins 15th game Marian ended the season the same way it started with a convincing win over cross-town rival Keefe Tech. The Mustangs beat Keefe Tech 10-6 on Thursday to finish the season at 15-5. With 15 wins in 20 games, Marian is anticipating a fairly high seed. The seedings will be announced today, May 31 and first round play starts on Thursday. Against Keefe Tech, Marian’s Derek Frasca and James Feliciano each had two hits. Alex Holt pitched five innings and recorded six strikeouts. Charlie Durkin pitched a two-hitter and went the distance for his fourth win in Marian’s 8-0 victory over Catholic Central…
Monday, May 23, 2011
Marian High’s baseball team will be making some noise in the state tournament after this week of regular season games are played. But there won’t be post-season play for Keefe Tech as the Broncos finish up the year with a game against Marian.
Marian High’s baseball team will be making some noise in the state tournament after this week of regular season games are played. But there won’t be post-season play for Keefe Tech as the Broncos finish up the year with a game against Marian on Thursday. BASEBALL: Marian wins rare Sunday game Charlie Durkin threw a two-hit, complete game and struck out 13 as Marian defeated Catholic Central Small rival Pope John XXIII, 8-0, Sunday. Durkin bettered his record to 4-1 on the year. Teammate Derek Frasca had two hits and scored three times, Joe Garbarino belted three hits, and James Siciliano had a two-run double. The win gives Marian a 13-5 overall record, 8-3 in the CCS. Marian plays today against Christo Rey and meets cross-town rival Keefe …
Monday, May 16, 2011
With one game to play, Keefe Tech's volleyball team is in good shape to win at least a share of the league title.
Marian High’s baseball and softball teams keep adding wins as the squads get ready for state tournament play. Meanwhile, Keefe Tech’s volleyball team earned a share of the league title with two wins last week. BASEBALL: Marian punches ticket for state tournament Marian pummeled Cathedral, 14-3 in five innings Friday as James Siciliano hit a two-run homer and Alex Holt pitched a complete game with 13 strikeouts. The Mustangs pushed their record 12-3 overall, 7-3 in the Catholic Central Small league. This week Marian plays Pope John today, May 16 and Randolph on Wednesday. On Wednesday, RJ McCarthy pitched a three-hitter to assure a 16-2 win over St. Clement in a Catholc Conference Small game. Alex Holt had four hits, James Ficiliano three …
Sunday, May 8, 2011
Both the Marian baseball and softball teams recorded their ninth wins of the season last week.
Marian High had a good week in both baseball and softball with a combined four wins. Keefe Tech picked up its eighth win in boys volleyball, while the Marian track team had a win for the boys and a loss for the girls. BASEBALL: Marian scores 20 runs in a pair of wins Freshman Brian LeBlanc pitched a complete game four-hitter in Marian’s 10-2 win over St. Clement in a Catholic Central Small Conference baseball game, last Tuesday. Derek Frasca, had three hits, Alex Holt banged out two hits and recorded four RBI, James Siciliano had one hit and scored three times, and RJ McCarthy had a hit and an RBI. The victory gives Marian a 9-3 record on the year, 4-2 in the Conference. This week, Marian will be at Cathedral tomorrow, and entertain St. …
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Marian Softball team is now 7-3 on the year and will face Lowell Catholic tomorrow and Mount Alvernia on Thursday.
The halfway point of the spring sports season will come this week for many high school teams. At both Marian High and Keefe Tech, some teams will add to their winning records as they head for post-season play in their respective leagues and at the state level. Other teams are struggling and will have to find ways to raise their records above .500. BASEBALL: Marian tops Keefe Tech Marian High senior pitcher R.J McCarthy allowed only three hits and struck out eight as the Mustangs took the measure of cross-town rival Keefe Tech, 10-0, in non-league action last Thursday. James Siciano and Derek Frasca both went 2-for-3 for Marian. Marian is 7-3 on the year and will host Lowell Catholic tomorrow. Keefe Tech is at Assabet Valley tomorrow and …
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Baseball, softball and lacrosse teams show improvement.
The Marian High spring sports teams all appear to be on the ascendancy. The individual teams are generally young, with many underclassmen on rosters. But for the most part, those sophomores and juniors have experience and are joined by talented freshmen. The combination should bring more wins to each program. BASEBALL: It is all about pitching and good defense Marian will depend on its solid defense and good pitching to do well this year, according to Nick Faggas, who is in his third year as head coach. “We have three solid pitchers and our defense is much better,” said Faggas. The team went 9-11 last year and a solid group of sophomores and juniors gained valuable experience. “These kids have seen good competition and taken their licks. …