LYNN - Over and over again, Joey Rogers raised his right leg in his windup, hid the ball with a deceptive right-leg kick that left his back facing the batter and released the baseball toward the plate, where hit-starved Danvers High batters squeezed their knuckles around their bats.
"We have to do a better job of defending if we are going to win," offered North Attleboro's Mark Schmidt, coach of the St. Bonaventure University men's basketball team (4-2). "We talk about the trifecta all the time - defense, rebounding and taking care of the ball - you can't win if you don't guard."
SEEKONK - For those who were sitting at chilly Robert T. Roy Field last November for the 27-0 Dighton-Rehoboth victory over the Seekonk High football team — or for the September meeting in which the Falcons bested their rival 35-0 on their home field — Thursday’s meeting at Connolly Field had a familiar feel.
SEEKONK - The Norton High girls' soccer team was a scant six inches, perhaps a foot, away from gaining the equalizer in its MIAA Division 3 South Tournament first-round match Thursday at Connolly Field against the host Seekonk High Warriors.
ATTLEBORO - It did not take long for the South Attleboro American Legion Post 312 baseball team to determine its destiny in a winner's bracket game with Seekonk Post 311 Tuesday at Bishop Feehan High's McGrath Stadium.