SalemNews.com, Salem, MA

Sports

January 8, 2014

Tuesday's area roundup: Danvers swim team takes care of Salem

(Continued)

Danvers 60, Peabody 24: Danvers, powered by eight pins, got past Peabody to improve to 5-4. Ben Patt (106 pounds), Mike Neff (113), Chris Davis (126), Dan Papagelis (132), Quinton Holland (145), Sam Anderson (152), Kyle Warren (160) and Garrett West (170) each had pins for the Falcons.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Arlington Catholic 47, Bishop Fenwick 40: Senior captains Gianna Pizzano (two steals, three rebounds) and Kate Lipka (five steals, two blocks) each scored 11 points, but it wasn’t enough as the Crusaders move to 4-4 on the season. Colleen Corcoran added nine points and five rebounds in the loss.

BOYS BASKETBALL

St. John’s Prep 59, Malden Catholic 42: Ben Judson scored all of his 14 points from the free-throw line as the Prep went 35-for-45 from the line. Kareem Davis scored 13 points, Max Butterbrodt netted 11 and Max Burt finished with 10 to lead the way for the Eagles (5-0).

BOYS TRACK

Masconomet 54, North Reading 32: The Chieftains had a double winner in David Drigo and improved to 4-1. Drigo won the shot put (43-6 1/2) and 300 (42.4) to power Masco. Nolan Rice (high jump), Harry Kent (mile), Dan Raphael (600), Dan Cosgrove (2-mile), Regan Charie (dash) and Tristan Cluster (hurdles) also won events for the Chieftains.

Gloucester 59, Swampscott 27: Matt Mahoney was the lone winner for the Big Blue, capturing first in the 2 mile (10:05.2). Zach Levenson had a personal best in the shot (7 ft), while freshmen Jack Dennehy and Harry Parker each had personal bests in the distance events.

Girls Track

Swampscott 46, Gloucester 40: Mackenzie Faulkner (55 meters, 7.9), Aisling Dennehy (300, 47.7), Sarah Kelley (1000, 3:15.6) and Isabella Kornitsky (mile, 5:51.9) all had first place finishes to lead the Big Blue (2-1).

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Endicott 79, Salve Regina 50: Kayleen Whall scored 15 points and added 13 rebounds off the bench to lead Endicott (7-3) to victory. Four other players hit double figures for the Gulls. Kelsey Cuddy (14 points), Samantha Crough (14 points, 8 rebounds), Nicole Catizone (13 points) and Julie Manning (10 points) also played well for Endicott.

Text Only | Photo Reprints
Sports

Sports Special
Sports podcasts
Northeast Sports
Comments Tracker
Facebook
Sports Special