, Salem, MA


April 9, 2014

Tuesday's area roundup: Fenwick track off to a fast start


Masconomet 16, Ipswich 12: The Chieftains (2-1) outlasted the Tigers as Kathleen Gillespie scored five goals, had one assist and controlled eight draws. Meg Collins scored three times with four assists and played a strong game in transition, while Grace Fahey added five goals and one assist. Masco led by as many as seven with Julia O’Reilly helping control ground balls and goalie Kaitlin Dierze making 12 saves.


Masconomet 19, Ipswich 6: Cam Jung scored five goals and has one assist to help the Chieftains even their record at 2-2. Harry Cwik and Harrison Moody each scored three goals, Jake Jesi had two and goalies Johnathan Schiff (four saves) and Jay Kraunelis (three) shared in the victory.

Ipswich played the Chieftains tough in the first quarter, but Masco pulled away in the second by taking advantage of unsettled situations. Eliot Bates, Conner Killian, Jeff Wallace, Jamie Iwanicki and Vinny Martineau scored for the Tigers.


Salem 3, Lynn English 2: The Witches swept doubles and got one win at singles to emerge victorious. Kayti LeFrancois and Jessi Tassineri won at first doubles, and Katherine Towey and Hannah Van De Stadt did the job at second doubles. Madison Ballou was at second singles for Salem.


Salem State 13, UMass Boston 3: Four hits each from Richard Fecteau and Brett Cahill spurred the Vikings (15-10) to their eighth straight victory. Fecteau drove in four runs and Kyle McElroy collected three RBI while Beverly native Alex Toomey went 3-for-5 and scored three runs out of the leadoff spot. Matt Burnham threw six innings and earned the win while Matt Burgess and Ryan Beliveau also had multiple hits.


Gulls, Lady Vikings draw: Endicott’s Jesse Bilafer hit a grand slam in the sixth and Rachel Corda and Jaime Corda scored unearned runs in the seventh as the Gulls tied Salem State, 6-6, in a game ended due to sundown. Endicott (13-4-1) also won the first game of a doubleheader, 10-2. Kelley Michael and Sam Dibella each homered in Endicott’s win and Bilafer had three hits and two RBI.

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