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Charlotte, on the left is in 8th grade and won the Coaches Award for JV Lacrosse.  Amelia, a junior, is in the middle and won the Sportsmanship Award for Varsity Lacrosse. Isabelle, Charlotte’s twin, is on the right and won the Unsung Hero Award for JV Lacrosse. 

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ME Hornet Sam Kenney returns a shot against his Ipswich opponent during Round 1 of tournament play on Friday. The Hornets defeated the Tigers twice during the regular season but were eliminated in this match, 4-1. The third time proved to be the charm as the Tigers move on.  

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Some of the best young talent in tennis had the opportunity to shine in front of fans, coaches and family in Manchester earlier this week. The Manchester Athletic Club (MAC) was host to the New England Junior Sectional Tennis Championships from June 19-22, an event that showcases these young athletes, and pits them against some of the top talent in their age groups.

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The regular season is over for Manchester Essex spring sports teams, and now the only game being played is the waiting  game. Postseason seedings were set to be announced just after mid-week, and the first playoff games and matches will likely be played this weekend.  

Our last meet of the 2021 sailing season against St. John’s Prep, was by far our most competitive.  While the meet with Gloucester HS was close, losing in the last race of the best of five series, this was even closer.  After the fifth and final race against SJP, we had won the regatta by 3 to 2.

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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…

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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.