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February 13, 2014

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



Pingree 44, Winsor 36: Kerri Zerfoss led the way with 10 points, while Haley Sabino and Hannah Stasiuk each added nine as the Highlanders improved to 10-9 overall (10-2 EIL).

Hamilton-Wenham 51, North Reading 45: The Generals (13-4) scored 20 points in the third quarter to pull away from the Hornets. Hayley Willis led the way with 17 points for Hamilton-Wenham while Sue Rose had an outstanding passing night with 15 assists. Sam Charrette scored 10 points, Catherine Ecker had nine and 11 rebounds and Kelly Walsh grabbed 11 boards with her seven points.

Masconomet 57, Triton 16: The Chieftains cruised to 17-0 behind 20 points, three assists and two steals from Nicole Femino. Hannah Kiernan added 11 points, Janelle Shea recorded a team-high seven rebounds and Lauren Sorel pitched in five points, three rebounds and a steal.

Ipswich 48, Georgetown 46: Seniors Bridgett Curran (18 points) and Melissa Cain (nine points) both had season-highs in scoring and senior Libby Manos scored her first points this winter as the Tigers (7-8) picked up a big win at home on senior night. Kelsey Daley converted a lay up off an out of bounds play with 13 seconds left after a good pass from Jenna Gagnon (12 points) for the game-winner. Ipswich is still alive for the State Tournament.


Thayer Academy 97, Pingree 82: Senior Erin Cunningham won the 50 free in 25.90 while Pingree’s 200 free relay also won and freshman Allie Attarian won the 100 breast in 1:19.50. Ani Pula (200 free), Kian McGree (50 free), Nicole O’Connor (500 free) and Emily Grand (100 back) also swam personal best times for Pingree.


Masconomet 40, Haverhill 36: The Chieftains won a tight, heated affair behind pins by Sam Bart (106 pounds), Ty Cameron (120), Chase Jeffreys (126) and Kevin Gregorio (160). Masco, which improved to 24-9, also got huge wins from Andrew McCourt, Dan Gregorio and Richie Santosuosso. McCourt won 7-2 at 170 while Gregorio won 10-0 at 145. Santosuosso was down 6-2 with 15 seconds left, but ended up forcing overtime and won 11-8 in triple overtime.

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