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April 5, 2014

Friday's area roundup: Pingree baseball picks up first win


Pingree 8, Brooks School 0: Junior Jeff Depiero pitched five scoreless innings, gave two hits and struck out seven. Junior Prakirn Upadhyay pitched in relief over the final two innings, stuck out four and allowed no hits. Freshman Zach Mitchell and sophomore Cal Perry both went 2-for-3 with one RBI each. Reese Fulmer added two RBI, going 2-for-3 on the day for the Highlanders (1-0).

”The boys played well. We have a lot of underclassmen starting and it was great to see them perform well in the first game,” said head coach Chris Powers. “We got some terrific pitching, which set the tone for us.”


Masconomet 75, Pentucket 70: The 4x100 relay team picked up the win as the Chieftains earned their first victory of the season. Abby Greenslade (400 hurdles), Kate Kitsakos (100), Taylor Teed (200), Lauren Drohosky (400), Lindsey Dew (shot put) and Michelle Flaherty (800) all had wins for Masco.

Ipswich 72.5, Amesbury 72.5: Michaela Hedderman doubled in the 100 and 200 to help the Tigers to a tie. Jill Calvani (400 hurdles), Nora McMorow (pole vault), Marissa Cain (javelin), Katie Monahan (100 hurdles), Emily DeMarco (800) as well as the 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams also earned wins for the Tigers (0-0-1).

Hamilton-Wenham 118, Lynnfield 27: The Generals improved to 2-0 on the year with a huge double win from Leslie Bynum in the javelin (93-5) and discus (106-10). Emily Weigand was also a double winner in the 2 mile (12:27) and 800 (2:28), as was Emma Bean in the 400 (64.2) and the 200 (28.4). Anna Murphy picked up the win the triple jump (32-7).


Ipswich 80, Amesbury 62: Josh Brown (shot put, javelin), Alex Jean-Charles (long jump, 100) and Michael Riddle (mile, 2 mile) all had double wins for the Tigers (1-0). David Dick took first in the pole vault, while Ryan White (high jump), Matt Jaeger (triple jump), Ryan Bahar (hurdles) and Nate Glaster (200) were also victorious in their respective events.

Hamilton-Wenham 97, Lynnfield 47: Junior Shawn Kotch was a triple winner in the long jump (19-3), triple jump (39-1) and 110 hurdles (17-1) as the Generals improve to 2-0 on the season. Michael Alara took the mile (5:01), John Blatchford won the 800 (2:15) and the 2 mile (12:00), while Bobby Gornell was first in the 400 hurdles (63.8) and 400 (54.4).

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