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Date Time Event Location More Info Results
04:00 PM
vs Pingree School    
04:00 PM
vs Lexington Christian Academy    
04:30 PM
vs Beaver Country Day School    
04:00 PM
@ Bancroft School    
04:00 PM
vs Concord Academy    
04:00 PM
@ Portsmouth Abbey    
04:15 PM
vs Brimmer & May School    
04:00 PM
@ Lexington Christian Academy    
04:00 PM
vs Berwick Academy    
04:00 PM
@ Concord Academy    
04:30 PM
vs Marianapolis Preparatory School    
04:00 PM
@ Bancroft School    
04:00 PM
@ Beaver Country Day School    
09:30 AM

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Saturday, May 19, 2018 - 9:30am to 11:30am
Event Location: 

/Activity Bus/


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Landmark's athletic program strives to achieve sportsmanship, leadership on and off the field, and commitment to one's team and sport. The program aims to teach critical thinking during practice and competition, time management skills, self-discipline, and the benefits of physical fitness.

Our goal is to challenge our student athletes to strive to be the best they can be on and off the field.

Boys Varsity Baseball competes in the Eastern Independent League. The team practices and plays all home games at Cooney Field in Beverly. Practices are weekday afternoons from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Head Coach John Coffey can be reached at

Posted on: Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Game 1: Your Vikings beat a sound LCA team this past Saturday in round 1 of the EIL Tournament (B bracket). Zach W pitched his final game in a Landmark uniform and what a beauty it was! Zach went 7 frames, recorded 7 strikeouts, while only allowing 5 hits. Aidan P, his veteran backstop, not only... More
Posted on: Friday, May 12, 2017
Yesterday, Wednesday May 10th the Vikings played a fundamentally sound game against Bancroft. Ryan B was a force to be reckoned with on the mound. Ryan only needed around 80 or so pitches to get the win. In doing so, Ryan gave up 1 hit and had a very impressive 10 strikeouts (5 innings pitched).... More
Posted on: Monday, May 8, 2017
The Boys Varsity Baseball team fought hard all evening on May 1, 2017, but LCA was still able to squeak out the victory in eight innings. The Vikings mounted an exciting comeback in the 5th, scoring four runs to tie up the game. Jake C led this charge with a double to the fence that plated two... More
Posted on: Thursday, April 20, 2017
The Vikings played an all around solid game yesterday and were able to put Bancroft away in 5 innings (mercy rule). Ryan B pitched effectively; going 4 frames, allowing only a couple runs and recording 4 strikeouts. Erik H came on in the 5th and pitched a scoreless inning. Needless to say the bats... More
Posted on: Saturday, April 15, 2017
Led by Zach W, the Vikings defeated Beaver Country Day 10-1. Zach turned in another fine game for the Vikings. Zach went 6 strong innings, recorded 2 strikeouts, while only giving up 5 hits and 1 earned run. Erik H pitched the final frame for the Vikings, striking out 2. Once again the Vikings... More
Posted on: Saturday, April 15, 2017
Landmark lost a close game to LCA 6-4. More details to follow.
Posted on: Monday, April 10, 2017
If you were there to witness Friday’s game, you would not have known that it was our first time on a baseball diamond this season. Landmark defeated Pingree 8-7. Landmark played a fundamentally sound game that featured timely hitting, solid defensive play, aggressive base running, great pitching,... More
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John Coffey
High School Faculty

Coach John Coffey has been head coach of Landmark’s Varsity Baseball Program since 2014. Under his leadership in 2016, the Vikings made it to the semifinals of the New England Prep Small School Tournament and had a second place finish in the Eastern Independent League (EIL). Coach Coffey was voted EIL Coach of the Year during that same season. He credits much of the team's success to his student-athletes' and staff’s hard work and dedication. Coach Coffey believes that athletic fields have the potential to be classrooms without walls; a place where some of life’s greatest lessons can be learned. Outside of coaching baseball, he teaches in Landmark’s Science Department.