, Salem, MA


April 17, 2014

Wednesday's area roundup: Beverly girls lacrosse team topples Marblehead


Manchester Essex 4, Ipswich 1: First doubles team of Abby McCarthy and Kristin Klimowicz earned the Tigers’ point.



Beverly 70, Peabody 56: Kristen O’Connor won the high jump (4-10), low hurdles (65.4), triple jump (34-6) and high hurdles (15.7) setting the Beverly (3-0) school record in the low hurdles. Haylea Northcott topped the 100 hurdles (13.3), Julianna Wesley won the mile (5:27), Caitlin Harty took the 400 (61.5), MaryCate Flaherty was first in the 800 (2:24) and the 4x400 team of Harty, Wesley, Flaherty and Keeley Higgins was first with a time of 4:25.

Salem 73, Lynn Classical 63: The Witches (1-1) prevailed behind event winners Yailin Almonte (high hurdles), Abbey Tavernese (400 hurdles), Emily Hernando (100), Laura Barnes (mile), Danielle Stoltz (800), Mikaela Dionne (2-mile), Rebecca Beaulieu (javelin) and Esther Hamidou (triple jump).


Salem 85, Lynn Classical 51: Jon Crimble was a quad-winner for Salem (2-0) winning the 100, 200, long jump and triple jump. Other winners for the Witches were freshman Shawn Small (mile), Jerry Canada (110), John Swasey (400), Pete Duffy (800), Riley Grondin (shot put) and Anand Patel (two mile).


Salem State wins two: Viking pitching sparkling in 5-0 and 5-1 wins over Framingham State as Salem State improved to 21-11 and stayed on top of the MASCAC at 8-0 in league play. Mike Richardson’s 5-hit shutout keyed the first game while Mike Lamothe, Brett Cahill, Colton Fontaine and Andrew Deloury had RBI. In the 5-1 nightcap, Tim Woods went the distance, Ethan Trowt plated three runs and Cahill earned another RBI.



Endicott 5, Springfield 4: The NCAA tournament bound Gulls won their spring match in as many tries on Amy Heacox’s match clinching win at No. 1 singles. Brittany Potter, Jamie Zompa and Suzie Newman also won singles matches as Endicott rallied from a 2-1 hole after doubles action.


Gordon, Endicott split: North Shore Cup rivals Gordon and Endicott traded shutouts in a doubleheader yesterday, with the Scots winning and Endicott coming back to win 4-0 in the nightcap. Gordon’s Skylar Bareford allowed only three hits over seven frames to outduel Nell O’Connor (five strikeouts), and Kara Pepper’s sacrifice bunt plated the only run Gordon (8-18 overall) needed.

Emily Hoffman, Alex Moise, Jaime Corda and Rachel Couto (homer) drove in runs for Endicott (18-7-1) in the second game and sophomore Courtney Blake earned the win on the hill. Bareford threw all 14 innings for Gordon.


Western New England 18, Salem State 6: Alex Pearsons had two goals and two assists and Andy Rice also scored twice, but the Vikings (3-9) couldn’t match up with the Colonials on the road.





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