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April 26, 2013

Thursday's area roundup: Ipswich baseball walks off with a win in 12 innings


Triton 6, Masconomet 3: Speros Varinos had a hit and two RBI in the loss for the Chieftains (4-3). Mike Manni recorded two hits and was strong behind the plate, while Ethan Dyer pitched five innings allowed no earned runs.

North Reading 7, Hamilton-Wenham 2: Junior third baseman Ben McDonald went 3-for-3 with a double and run scored as the Generals drop to 2-4. Junior Jack Clay went 2-for-2 with a RBI.


Ipswich 9, Rockport 8: The Tigers scored six runs in the bottom of the seventh to come from behind and grab one of their most exciting wins in years, said coach Doug Woodworth. Jill Lombard’s second triple of the game helped Ipswich’s rally, driving in two runs, as the first six batters of the seventh all scored before an out was recorded. Sydney Law earned her first varsity win on the mound, Lombard was 3-for-4 and Meredith Kercher also had three hits.


Masconomet 13, North Reading 3: Senior Amy Arnold scored four goals and Becca Phillips had two goals and two assists and helped the Chieftains (6-2) control the pace of the action. Sophomore goalie Lili Miller made 12 saves and freshman Abby Reblin was immense on defense and also scored her first varsity goal.

Beverly 12, Swampscott 2: The Panthers climbed over the .500 mark with a complete effort from both the offense and the defense.

Chloe Dorgan and Bridget Lawless each had a goal for the Big Blue (1-7).

Georgetown 15, North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 5: Goalie Kylie Morgan made 20 saves and Grace McNally scored four goals but the Royals were too strong for the Bulldogs (3-6). Lydia Ledonne also had a goal for NST/EA.


Beverly 17, Swampscott 4: Nick Albano (2 goals, 5 assists), Brendan Flaherty (3 unassisted goals, 3 assists), Ryan Shipp (4 goals, 1 assist) and Matt Page (4 goals) all had big games offensively as Beverly scored 11 straight goals in the third quarter to prevail. Dom Abate added a pair of goals while Brian Williams and Lee Kreplick also scored. Kevin Lally stopped five shots in the win for the Panthers (9-1).

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