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April 14, 2014

Weekend area roundup: Peabody lacrosse rallies to take down Medford

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COLLEGE SOFTBALL

Endicott Wins Four: The Gulls took both games of a double-header against Eastern Nazarene Saturday before sweeping UNE 6-2 and 9-0 yesterday to improve to 17-6-1 overall. Nell O’Connor improved to 8-1 in the circle after going the distance in Sunday’s opener with Alex Moise going 2 for 3 with three RBI. Courtney Blake followed with an impressive shutout performance to move to 5-0 on the season. Danvers native Sam Dibella (2 for 3), Emily Hoffman and Rachel Cuoto had two RBI apiece in game two.

Salem State Broomed: Bridgewater State downed the Vikings 8-0 and 14-4 to drop SSU to 9-18-1 on the season. The Vikings managed just two hits in the shutout loss while in game two, Rebecca Krigman was 2 for 2 with two RBI.

Gordon Swept: Roger Williams took both games against Gordon (7-17) winning game one 2-1 before taking the night cap 9-1. Rachel Ryder was 2 for 2 with a run scored in the opener and also scored the lone run in game two.

WOMEN’S COLLEGE LACROSSE

Gordon 19, Wentworth 3: Anna Blomberg scored four goals on five shots, Stephanie Fitzgerald added four goals and Jessica Castelline had a hat trick for Gordon (10-3). On her fourth goal, Blomberg became Gordon’s all-time leader in goals with 201.

Endicott 15, Salve Regina 7: Callie Murphy finished with five goals and two assists for Endicott (11-2) which is 6-0 in Commonwealth Coast Conferernce action. Ellie Clayman (two assists), Isabelle Slipperly and Kirsten Thor tallied two goals each for the Gulls.

Salem State 18, Mass Maritime 8: Kristina Ventura pumped in six goals for SSU (3-7) while Kelsey Russell added five goals and three assists. Freshman keeper Chyenne Jackson (Peabody) made 13 saves.

MEN’S COLLEGE LACROSSE

Endicott 14, Salve Regina 8: The No. 15 Gulls were led by Beverly native Nick Pinciaro (three goals, one assist) and Colin Bannon (two goals, two assists). Tommy Hughes scooped up a team-high 14 groundballs as the Gulls improved to 10-3 overall and 6-0 in CCC action.

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