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April 10, 2014

Wednesday's area roundup: Marblehead's Daly tosses no-hitter to open season

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SOFTBALL

Arlington Catholic 20, Bishop Fenwick 9: Senior third baseman Gianna Pizzano was 5 for 5 with a run scored and three RBI for the Crusaders (0-1), senior catcher Charlotte Powers went 3 for 4 with a run scored and two RBI and freshman DH Mikayla Porcaro was 1 for 3 with a two run homer over the fence. Defensively, senior Jen Crovo was outstanding at second base.

Lynn Classical 16, Peabody 3: Kayla Santos had a two-run single in the third inning as Peabody dropped its season opener. Nicole Grafton, Shelbi Wilson and Katie Tansey also hit safely for the Tanners.

 

BOYS LACROSSE

Danvers 8, Salem 6: Captain Jay Calcagno scored five goals while James Curley stopped 16 shots to power the Falcons (2-1) to victory on the road. Trevor Chasse, Steve Goutzos and Trevor Daly all added single goals for Danvers while Matty Flynn stepped up and had an excellent job at the faceoff X, while Drew Larson starred on defense.

Salem’s Peter Slattery scored four goals to help the Witches (2-2) get within one goal late. Andrew McMallin also had a goal and an assist, Matt Nesse had a goal and two assists and Christian Costa played well.

Waring 12, Chapel Hill Cahuncey Hall 6: Matt Lyman scored four goals and added two assists while senior captain Charlie Mitchell of Beverly had two goals, one assist and eight ground balls as the Mavericks won their season opener. Josh Gabbay had three goals, Jacob Vanek scored two with one assist and keeper Johnny Sandri of Switzerland earned the win in his first ever lax game.

 

GIRLS LACROSSE

Bishop Fenwick 20, St. Mary’s 5: The Crusaders (3-2) climbed over .500 by handling their North Shore rivals with six players scoring multiple goals. Merry Harrington led the way with four goals and five assists, Annette Ruggiero scored four times and Natalie Emerson had three goals and three assists. Caroline Crawford, Lexie Rose and Tessa McLaughlin each scored twice, sophomore Ellen Fantozzi scored her first varsity goal and junior defender Nicole Muir had a strong game.

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