, Salem, MA


April 3, 2013

Tuesday's area roundup: Salem boys lax earns first win under new coach



Fenwick takes Two: The Crusaders won the 4x400 relay to beat St. Mary’s 69-67 and also topped Cathedral 119-7 to begin 2-0. Double-winners Maggie Lepley (shot put, javelin) and Rose Fantozzi (long jump, 100) set the tone while sophomore Emma Harrington won the discus in her first meet and freshman Sydney Packard won the 800. Andrea Close won the 400, Jackie Edgett won the mile and Julia Pierce took the 200 and Arianna Maida won the 2-mile.

Danvers 88, revere 43: Meghan Kellard placed first and qualified for states in both the shot put (35-4 1/2) and the discus (87-0) as the Falcons earned their first win of the spring season. Ashley Brooks took first in the high jump (5-0) and Xanthi Pantazelos won the 100 (12.7), both of which qualified the girls for states.


Marblehead 3, Austin Prep 2: Marblehead grabbed the victory behind wins from Chris Wigglesworth (6-2, 6-2) and sophomore Griffin Butterfield (6-3-, 6-2) in singles play. Jason Frost and Ben Goldstein teamed to win at No. 2 doubled (6-0, 6-1) to deliver the Magicians the win.

St. John’s Prep 5, Malden Catholic 0: The Eagles handled their Catholic Conference foes in windy, cold conditions. Chris Toner (6-1, 6-3), Nico Limacher (6-1, 6-0) and Dan Cunningham (6-0, 6-2) won at singles for St. John’s (1-0). Dan Wright and Alec McNiff won at first doubles, 6-0, 6-1, and Jon Shaffer and Chase Davis prevailed at second doubles, 6-1, 6-3.


Roger Williams 8, Endicott 1: Oliver Joggi and Jake Cohen teamed to win Endicott’s lone point at first doubles.


Southern Maine 5, Endicott 1: The Gulls (10-6) were limited to five hits as Southern Maine scored three times in the sixth to overcome the hosts. Brett Holmgren had two hits and E.J. Martinez collected Endicott’s RBI.


Endicott 11, Wentworth 10: Scott McCormack scored with 2:54 remaining and the Gulls scored the last three goals of the game to stay undefeated in conference play. Nick Pinciaro scored three times for Endicott (7-3) and Scott and Connor McCormack scored twice each.


Endicott 20, Wentworth 3: Taylor Rogerson poured in four goals as Endicott (5-4) won its third straight conference game. Holly Davis added three goals and two assists and Callie Murphy scored once with four helpers for the winners.

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