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February 13, 2014

Wednesday's area roundup: Maistrellis has solid day for Bishop Fenwick

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Pingree 8, Dana Hall 3: Senior captain Jillian Witwicki scored five goals and added a pair of assists as the Highlanders (10-10) clinched the No. 4 seed in the upcoming EIL tournament. Leah Heinze added two goals and two assists for Pingree while Abbie Dirks and Rowan Sullivan each had one assist. Katie Shreenan had a goal and one assist and freshman goalie Cece Purcell earned the win in her return from injury.

Beverly 7, Medford 4: Captain Nicole Woods scored four goals and had one assists as the Panthers scored five straight after the Mustangs took a 3-2 lead in the second. Kristen McCarthy had a goal and two assists for Beverly (13-2-2) while Caitlin McBride had a pair of goals, Anna Hayden had two helpers and Rachel Trocchi had one. Junior goalie Kyra Wolonsavich made 14 saves to earn her first varsity win.

Winthrop 5, Masconomet 0: Molly Kelly played well for Masco (4-7-2), stopping 29 shots in net.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Masconomet 52, Triton 39: Jake Rudolph scored 19 points and Jackson Latimer added 10 as the Chieftains punched their postseason ticket. Paul O’Kelly also played well for Masco (10-7) with nine points, seven of which came in the first quarter to jump-start the Chieftains.

Hamilton-Wenham 78, North Reading 54: The Generals were down by 10 early but outscored the visitors 27-11 in the second quarter and 21-8 in the third. Henry Eagar led the way with 17 points while Max and Marcus Zegarowski each scored 12. Jimmy Campbell added 10 points, nine rebounds and five assists for Hamilton-Wenham (15-2).

Georgetown 59, Ipswich 44: Quinn O’Connor had an excellent game for the Tigers, scoring 11 points. Matt Jaeger also scored 11 for Ipswich (1-18) while Chris Remy scored seven points in the second half.

Mystic Valley 67, North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 51: North Shore played like a team that was worn down after a tough game two nights ago. Paul Lazzaro played well for the Bulldogs, scoring a team-high 15 points. Trace Schaejbe was held to six points for North Shore (5-13).

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