The boys were 11th overall with 49 total team points. Nick Sweetser managed a new school record in the 100 breast (1:09.25), which was also a personal best.
Pentucket 51, Bishop Fenwick 29: The Crusaders (14-8) got off to a slow start against a strong Pentucket team and couldn’t dig their way back in the Division 3 North quarterfinals contest over the weekend. The Sachems jumped out to 32-7 lead at the break, although Fenwick put up 22 points in the second half.
“We didn’t start out ready,and had no momentum in the first half,” said Fenwick head coach Adam DeBaggis. “We had a little spirt in the third quarter, but the first half lead was too big. It’s been a very good season though with tremendous leadership and improvement throughout. We have great, hard-working girls.”
Rose Fantozzi led Fenwick offensively with eight points to go along with a team-high seven rebounds. Lexi Rose and Chandler Wilder added five a piece, while Sam Borrelli had two steals and five rebounds and Colleen Corcoran chipped in with five blocks and five rebounds.
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Salem State 11, St. Joseph’s 5: The Vikings won their season opener behind five goals and one assist from A.J. Robertson. Ben Melaugh added two goals, two assists and seven ground balls while Matt Whited also scored twice for Salem State. Ian Abrahamson and Kyle Dolan each scored one goal, and goalie Dylan Svenson made 11 saves.
Eastern Connecticut 11, Gordon 4: The Fighting Scots dropped to 0-3 despite getting two goals from Sam Spellman and one goal and one assist from Jordan Heckelmann. Mio Sison also scored for Gordon.
Endicott 3, Southern Vermont 0: The Gulls won their fifth straight match and improved to 11-4 overall and 6-0 in the New England Collegiate Conference. Endicott cruised by the scores of 25-16, 25-20, 25-17. Brennan Lowe had 11 kills and Travis Netherton chipped in with 10 to lead the way. Tyler Bacon dished out 21 assists for the winners.