Amesbury 76, Hamilton-Wenham 69: Shawn Kotch took first in the long jump (18-5), triple jump (38-7), 110 hurdles (16.1) and the 200 (23.8), but the Generals fell to 2-1. Matt Gillis won the 2 mile (10:22) and Mike Allara took the mile (4:54).
Pentucket 96, Ipswich 49: Jill Calvani won the 400 hurdles and the triple jump for Ipswich (0-1-1) while Michaela Hedderman topped the 100 and the 200. Katie Monahan was first in the 100 hurdles for the Tigers while Emily DeMarco captured the 800.
Masconomet 118, Lynnfield 17: With some of its top runners out of the line up Masco (2-1) had a number of young kids step up and perform exceptionally well. The Chieftains won both relays.
Hamilton-Wenham 95, Amesbury 50: Emily Weigand (mile, 600), Emma Bean (400, 200) and Anna Murphy (triple jump, 100 hurdles) were among the Generals’ double winners yesterday. Leslie Bynum won the discus (108-9), Emily Horgan took the 2 mile (12:38) and Vanessa Morris was first in the 100 (13.3) for Hamilton-Wenham (3-0).
Endicott blanks Roger Williams twice: The Gulls (15-4) won their fourth straight and shutout visiting Roger Williams in 11-0 and 4-0 decisions. Zac Poland went the distance and struck out six in the first contest and Tyler Hill earned the win in the nightcap with Eric Nagle and Connor McLaughlin providing hitless relief innings. Harry Oringer drove in a pair of runs and Brett Homgren collected three RBI.
Gordon grabs two: Alonzo Martinez’s sacrifice fly in the seventh lifted Gordon over Nichols, 3-2, and the Scots came back to win the nightcap 8-1 as they improved to 11-8. Martinez also drove in a pair in that game, as did Alex Smith and Jesse Amaya. Wesley Arning threw seven innings and fanned four to improve to 5-0 on the hill this spring.
Gordon falls: Visiting Salve Regina took both ends of a doubleheader from Gordon, winning 6-0 and 9-2. The Scots fell to 5-11 on the season, 2-4 in Commonwealth Coast Conference action.
MEN’S COLLEGE TENNIS
Endicott 5, Eastern Nazarene 4: The teams of Evan Ross/Michael Dolph and Tim Forance/Eric Gandrup won to help the Gulls even their season record at 5-5. Sean McAndrews (6-3, 6-3), Ross (6-1, 6-2) and Dolph (6-2, 6-2) picked up straight set singles points as well.
Gordon 7, Salve Regina 2: The Fighting Scots (5-8) earned their first conference win of the season in convincing fashion.