, Salem, MA


February 8, 2013

Area roundup: Fenwick wins Tri-County League meet


North Reading 50, Masconomet 23: The Chieftains (9-8) had a rough outing against the Cape Ann Small leading Hornets and have another chance to qualify for the state tournament on Tuesday.

Norte Dame 74, No. Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 70 (OT): Trace Schaejbe scored 22 points and dished out six assists, but Notre Dame tied it 64-64 with two seconds remaining and won the overtime 10-6. Jordan Mendez hit five treys for the Bulldogs (3-14) and scored 19 points, Yordanny Sanchez had 15 points and 10 boards and Elijah Alfred had 10 points and eight rebounds.

Lynn Classical 52, Peabody 49: The Tanners had possession with six second to go but the Rams stole the ball and came away with a razor-thin win. Ben Martinez had six points and seven steals for Peabody (5-13) while Maynard Wheeler scored 12 points and Steve Leavitt had 11.

Danvers 64, Saugus 40: Nick McKenna, Eric Martin (eight rebounds, eight assists) and Vinny Clifford all scored 13 points a piece as the Falcons continue their undefeated (16-0) season. Danny Connors added nine points, Nick Bates finished with 10 points and eight rebounds.

Georgetown 55, Ipswich 45: Erik Fyrer scored a game-high 20 points, including two 3-pointers as the Tigers drop to 3-14 on the season. Matt Jaeger added 10 points in the home loss.

Hamilton-Wenham 49, Newburyport 44: James Foye netted a game-high 25 points as the Generals (9-7) qualified for the tournament with the road victory last night. Sean Kotch (six points) hit some key foul shots and did a nice job defensively to help lock down the win for Hamilton-Wenham, while Henry Eager contributed with nine points.

Salem 64, Revere 63 (OT): Jamie Dominguez (10 points, five assists) and David Kazadi (17 points, 12 rebounds) helped lift the Witches past Revere in overtime last night. Billy Muse scored 18, while Marvin Baez finished with 11 as Salem improves to 13-4 overall.


Ipswich 54, Georgetown 19: Sophomore Masey Zegarowski drained five 3-pointers and had 15 points as the Tigers (14-2) emerged with the win. Julia Davis and Caroline Soucy had eight points each and Bridget Curran scored five to go with eight rebounds and four steals.

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