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February 3, 2014

Weekend area roundup: Danvers, Beverly wrestlers taste success at CAL/NEC Tournament


North Shore Tech’s Trace Schaejbe scored a game-high 28 points, while Yordanny Sanchez finished with 11 points and 16 rebounds. Dan Ramirez also had a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds for North Shore (4-10).

Danvers 64, Billerica 51: Devan Harris scored a career-high 35 points to go along with 12 rebounds for the Falcons (11-2). Peter Merry also recorded a double-double (10 points, 10 rebounds) in his first game back from injury. Mark McCarthy added 12 points, five rebounds and six assists, while freshman Devonn Allen finished with three points, three rebounds and three assists.

Masconomet 58, Newburyport 47: Junior guard Jake Rudolph scored 18 of his game-high 28 points in the second half as the Chieftains pulled away for the win. Jalen Aho added nine points, including a clutch jumper down the stretch and four critical free throws. Kevin Martin also played a solid all-around game while scoring nine points for Masco (7-6), which has won six of its last seven games.


Hamilton-Wenham wins CAL crown: The Generals knocked off unbeaten Masconomet to win the Cape Ann League championship yesterday. Sophomore Betsy Powers was named the CAL’s Female Swimmer of the Year; Kristin Murray shared Coach of the Year honors and Hamilton-Wenham won the Team Sportsmanship Award. Eric Baumeister, Jack Blatchford, Elizabeth Brown, Ted Chang, Bobby Grinnell, Justin Guo, Madeleine Hines, Olivia Horgan, Katrina Klobucher, Annie Li, Christopher Li, Kim Perkins, Betsy Powers, Victoria Vance, Griffin Ward, Megan Weltler, Carleigh Wilson, Ian Worstell and divers Maddie Hogan, Kerianne Heppner, Tyler Caufield and Victoria Vance all led the Generals to victory.

Ipswich finishes fifth: Tessa Amoroso, who earned first place in diving, took home the Female Diver of the Year award at yesterday’s Cape Ann League championship meet yesterday. The Tigers placed fifth out seven teams in the competition as Jackie Bouvier took second in the 500 free and Joey Spinale came in third in 100 back.

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