, Salem, MA


January 14, 2014

Monday's area roundup: Mitchell's shutout, Lally's big night help Beverly hockey earn postseason bid


Danvers (0-5) got both of its wins from Erin St. Pierre, who finished first in the high jump (4-2) and 55 hurdles (9.2). Lauren Johnson took second place in the high jump with the same 4-2 as her teammate.

Revere 54, Salem 32: Alexa Gilbert took top honors in the high jump (4-8) for Salem while teammate Mikaela Dionne also finished first in the 2-mile (14:13.3), as did Desiree Martin in the 50 dash (6.4). Abby Meadowcroft (shot put), Alix Bryant (300), Sandy Pelkowsky (600) and Esther Hammidiou (1000) added second place finishes for Salem (0-2-1).


Beverly 53, Saugus 43: The Panthers won their third straight contest as 10 different players found their way onto the scoresheet. Freshman Natalie Mellinger led the way with 10 points while sophomore Melissa Lubas added eight points and six rebounds. Mikayla Woodward and Ashley Keaton both finished with seven points while Ashley Augulewicz had five and senior MaryCate Flaherty had four points and a team-high nine rebounds. Beverly’s (3-5) scoring balance offset a scorching hot shooting night for Saugus’ Norma Waggett, who finished with 37 points.


Marblehead 125.95, Peabody 117.5: Freshman Shelby McKie finished first in the all-around for Peabody with a 31.3. She won the beam (8.1) and tied for second on both vault (8.3) and floor (8.2). Sophomore Aubrey Irvine added a second place finish on bars (7.8) while junior Sam Kinnaly tied for second on vault (8.3) with McKie.

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