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February 6, 2013

Tuesday's area roundup: Fyrer's buzzer-beating 3-pointer lifts Ipswich boys to victory



Masconomet Runners-up: The Chieftains were second at the CAL Open at Reggie Lewis Center with 98 points behind Newburyport’s 102. The Chieftains won the 4x200 and the 4x400 relays, Adam Murphy was third in the dash, the 4x800 relay was second, Austin Cashin was second in the 300, Dan Raphael was second in the 600, Jake Moorman was second in the 1000, Harry Kent was second in the mile and Nolan Rice was second in the high jump.

Hamilton-Wenham finishes sixth: Second place finishes by Tyler Mulley in the 55 hurdles (8.60) and Matt Gillis in the 2-mile (9:59.48) highlighted a solid showing by the Generals. Fourth place finishes were turned in by the 4x200 relay team of Wyatt Howell, Kyle Mayberry, Cameron Newth and Floyd Sally (1:40.7), as well as the 4x800 relay team of Gillis, Kevin Rutigliano, Lucas Cruz-Nascimento and Jack Blatchford (9:12.84). Also, the H-W 4x400 relay team placed sixth as John Dyer, Sam Erhard, Mulley and Howell finished in 3:57.09.

Ipswich: Michael Riddle was third in the two-mile and the Tigers 4x800 realy was third as well at the CAL Open. Chris McCormick was fourth for the Tigers in the shot put.


Pingree 4, Newton Country Day 2: Leah Hezine scored two goals and added an assist as the Highlanders (6-10) hiked their EIL record to 4-3. Jillian Witwicki had a goal and an assist, Katie Shreenan netted the game-winner and senior goalie Aly Heffron made 18 saves.


ST. JOHN’S PREP 17, CONCORD-CARLISLE 10: The Eagles (19-2) completed the regular season in style as they get set to defend their state championship this Sunday at Beaver Country Day School in Newton. David Batterman had three wins in foil to lead St. John’s while Chris Collibee was 2-1 in foil. In addition, Rory Burke was a perfect 3-0 in epee and captain Will Collibee went 2-1 in sabre.




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