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January 10, 2013

Area roundup: Beverly's Rogers hits buzzer beater in OT


Beverly 59, Swampscott 51: The Panthers (3-6) won their third straight game as Melissa Lubas (12 points), Andrea Zelano (11 points) and Bridget Keaton (15 rebounds, 12 points) powered the hosts. Swampscott, now 5-3, was led by Ara Talkov’s game-high 18 points.

Bishop Fenwick 39, Medford 33: Rose Fantozzi poured in 12 points and hit two, big free throws down the stretch to ice the win for Bishop Fenwick (7-3). Kate Lipka added nine points and Chandler Wilder chipped in eight points.

Pingree 40, Winsor 20: The Highlanders (6-3) won their first post-holiday break contest behind 13 points from Katlyn Oliver and a seven point effort from Haley Sabino.

Masconomet 55, Amesbury 33: Junior forwards Lexie Nason (five points) and Janelle Shea (four points) each contributed with eight rebounds as the Chieftains move to 7-2 overall. Hannah Kiernan led the team offensively with a dozen points, while Nicole Femino and Claudia Marsh each finished with six.

Marblehead 44, Lynn Classical 37: The Magicians make it two straight, after overcoming a first half deficit. McKenna Barret finished with a game-high 15 points to go along with her 12 rebounds, while Emily Freedland added 12 points, and went six for six from the foul line in the fourth quarter. Mia Bongiorno played well on defense as she held Classical’s leading scorer, Connoly, to 10 points.

Lynn English 36, Danvers 32: Coming off a big win over Gloucester, the Falcons (4-4) used that momentum to hold the top team in the Northeastern Conference to just 36 points. Senior captain Kasey Sherry (eight rebounds) powered Danvers offensively with 15 points, including four 3-pointers. Ashley Arnoldy chipped in with four points and nine rebounds in the loss.


Beverly 3, Cambridge 1: The Falcons scored first but Beverly rallied to win behind goals from Nicole Kamens, Kristen McCarthy and Anna O’Neill. Izzy Straw picked up a critical assist on the game-winner, Caitlin McBride and Livvy Konaxis also had helpers and Ami Thompson made 12 saves.

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