Tuesday, October 26, 2010
10 off the top: 10/25
It's our wrap-up of the week that was across the Interweb, it's 10 off the top.
Let's get to the links:
LINKS CHAMPS 10. It's hard to believe champions are already being crowned this season. But as the calendars are about to flip to November, the MIAA state golf championships are underway. Weston claimed the Division III title on Monday. The champions of Divisions I and II will be decided Tuesday. Here's a look at the pairings for tomorrow's Division I competition to be held at Longmeadow Country Club. Check back with ESPN Boston tomorrow for all the results.
BASKETBALL JONES 8. ESPN Boston correspondent Adam Finkelstein is at it again on his New England Recruiting Report. Check out the stars of tomorrow as Finkelstein released his Massachusetts Class of 2013 rankings.
A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN 7. Carolyn Thornton of The Providence Journal takes a look at the RIIL's unified volleyball teams, which provides opportunities for students with intellectual disabilities to take part in their respective high schools.
BIG WEEKEND FOR MATTY 5. Matty Walsh of Plymouth North football had a big weekend. Not only did he and his Eagles teammates knock off previously undefeated Falmouth in a key Atlantic Coast League game. The talented catcher also declared his college choice, as reported by Danny Ventura of the Boston Herald.
MR. 200 4. Martha's Vineyard head coach Don Hermon probably would've liked that his 200th career win had come a week earlier against Eastern Athletic Conference foe Somerset. But the Vineyarders treated their boss to No. 200 on Saturday in a 35-6 win over Cape Cod Tech. Amanda Comak of the Cape Cod Times had the story.
GRANITE STATE OF MIND 3. As he does every week, ESPN Boston correspondent Marc Thaler chimes in on this week's Union Leader/WGAM/WMUR power poll with his own two cents on the New Hampshire football scene on the Union Leader's "Moving the Chains" blog.
HEAD MATTERS 2. Bill Wells of MassLive.com breaks down the MIAA's requirement for winter sports head coaches to take a concussion education course.
SAID IT ONCE BEFORE BUT IT BEARS REPEATING NOW 1. You've probably seen it by now, because this clip is currently making it's way through the New England media scene and blowing up the Internet. But in case you haven't, here's another look at the controversial call during Friday's South Shore League battle between Abington and Rockland. You decide whether the correct call was made.