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Last Wednesday M-E moved to 7-1 on the season with a 4-1 victory over Rockport at home. Jessie Miller remains undefeated at number two singles with a 6-1, 6-2 win. Lilly Coote outlasted her opponent at number three singles in a three-hour-long battle, 4-6, 7-6, 7-5. Number one doubles duo Pa…

The Manchester Essex High School girls’ tennis team hasn’t played a regular season game since 2019, but this group hasn’t missed a beat with a 4-1 start to the season, their lone loss a close, 3-2 defeat at the hands of a talented Newburyport squad.

The Hornets Sailing Team went up against Landmark on Friday, May 7 in an exciting series of six races.  The conditions were exceptional, with brisk winds from the East, and calm seas in the lee of House Island. 

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The Manchester-Essex Varsity Sailing Team travelled to Sharon Mass on Saturday to race against three teams, BC High and Sharon High’s Varsity and JV teams.  This was our first formal event in a highly compressed spring sailing season.

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Due to pandemic restrictions, the Manchester Essex Regional High School football, cheering and indoor track teams had their seasons moved out of their standard fall and winter scheduling into a never-before-seen fourth season dubbed, “Fall II.” In the interest of safety due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it was determined it would be safer to move the winter track teams outdoors during the early spring, as well as moving football and cheering from the fall to the newly-created season.

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COVID-19 restrictions forced football out of its usual spot during the fall, with the Cape Ann League teams electing to begin their season instead in March. As a result, the local football team is trying to find its identity while also adjusting to playing almost six months after the usual start of the season, dubbed “Fall II.”