It has not been the easiest of seasons for the local lacrosse teams. Both girls and boys Manchester Essex Regional High School teams are playing for the first time since 2019, then starting their season later than usual due to bumping up against the end of the Fall II sports season.
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It has been a rough start for high school teams playing in local ballparks. The Manchester Essex baseball team was 1-4 to start the season at the start of this week, while the Hamilton-Wenham/Manchester-Essex co-op softball team is still searching for its first win at 0-4.
If one is looking for an example of how much the COVID-19 pandemic has affected high school sports, one only need look at where the Manchester Essex winter track teams are at this point in time.
It might seem as if the Manchester Essex golf team’s season just started, with the end of the season already looming around the corner. That’s 13 matches in four weeks, an amazing feat for a sport that usually has to wrap up before there isn’t enough daylight to play near the end of October.
When non-essential businesses had to close on March 28 under orders by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, many wondered how health clubs would emerge and embrace the constraints of social distancing. Well, we’re getting an idea of what that might look like when the Manchester Athletic Club kicked off its staged opening to the public, starting with its renowned tennis program, appointment training and group fitness under outdoor tents and the outdoor pool. How did they do it? A great team.
The Manchester Sailing Association (MSA) community-based sailing program has announced that classes will be offered for the 2020 summer season. The season starts June 22 – August 14. New class registration was made available June 4 on the MSA website, and they began filling up fast.