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April 5, 2013

Thursday's area roundup: Flaherty lifts Beverly laxmen over H-W in overtime

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Peabody 89, Swampscott 47: Peter Hale won the two mile (10:25) for Swampscott (0-1), Declan McClung was first in the 400 dash (52.8), Malleek Newsome topped the 200 dash (24.2) and Rob Seymour captured the shot put (48-8). Chris Sennami doubled in the long jump and 100 meters for the Tanners (1-0). Tommy Drover took the javelin, Ben Martinez was first in the triple jump and Riley Dowd won the mile.

Ipswich 96, Triton 49: The Tigers’ (1-0) winners include Alex Jean-Charles (long jump,100 meter dash), Tim Lee (shot put, discuss), Matt Jaeger (triple jump), David Dick (pole vault) Michael Riddle (2 mile), Ryan Bahar (110 meter hurdles), Casey Reale (mile), Nick Mammolette (800) and Robbie Fay (200).

GIRLS TRACK

Masco 88.5 Amesbury 56.5: Masco (1-0) won its season opener behind double-winner Lauren Drohosky who topped the 400 and the high jump. Krista Moorman won the 100 high hurdles as well for the Chieftains while Taylor Teed won the 200 and was third in the long jump.

Ipswich 110, Triton 35: The Tigers took 14 out of 17 events to defeat their CAL opponent in the first meet of the season. Winners for Ipswich included Devin Smith (triple jump, 400), Sarah Keiran (2 mile), Tina Keiran (mile), Emily Brengle (400 hurdles), Julia Davis (discus), Marissa Cain (javelin) and Jill Calvani (long jump).

Peabody 79, Swampscott 56: Alison Carr (high jump), Melinda Wilson (discus), Haley Irwin (triple jump) all had first place finishes for the Big Blue, despite the loss.

COLLEGE BASEBALL

Bates 5, Endicott 4: Endicott leftfielder Colin Sitarz went 2-for-3 with two RBI, but the Gulls dropped their third straight. Starter Brendan Pittsley went six innings and gave up six hits and three earned runs in the loss.

Southern Maine 22, Salem State 10: The Vikings scored five runs in the eighth inning as freshman Genaro Ciulla hit a two-run double down the left field line. Senior Kevin Salines led Salem State at the plate going 5-for-5 with an RBI and a run scored.

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