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April 19, 2014

Friday's area roundup: Hyde, Danvers take care of Marblehead

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Salem Academy 24, Codman Academy 0: Tara Deschenes tossed a four-inning perfect game striking out all 12 batters she faced as Salem Academy improved to 3-0. Emily Edge got her first hit of the season as did Hannah Fortin who also scored her first two runs of the spring.

GIRLS LACROSSE

Salem 12, Malden 2: Alexa Gilbert recorded four goals as the Witches stay perfect at 7-0. Julia Donahue and Marissa Romeo scored two goals each, while Nicole Sadoway and Dayna Ramsey also scored. Abigail Meadowcroft made eight saves in the win.

VOLLEYBALL

St. John’s Prep 3, Millis 2: In a late game Thursday night, the visiting Eagles (now 6-2) rallied from a 2 games to 1 deficit to hand Millis its first loss in seven matches this spring. Junior middle hitter Ethan Talkov had 27 kills and fellow junior Ryan Celli, a setter, finished with 36 assists for St. John’s, which prevailed 23-25, 25-23, 15-25, 25-16, 15-12.

COLLEGE BASEBALL

Salem State wins doubleheader: The Vikings (23-11) took both games against Mass Maritime yesterday to remain unbeaten in the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (10-0). In game one, Ryan Hyjek pitched a complete game shutout to lead the Vikings to a 3-0 victory. Brett Cahill singled with the bases loaded to help Salem State earn a 3-2 come-from-behind win in game two.

Endicott splits: Despite shutting out Wentworth in the first game of yesterday’s doubleheader, 5-0, the Gulls lost the second game 2-1. J.J. Branch threw a complete game allowed three hits and struck out three. In game two, Harry Oringer had three hits, while Cody Hall drove in the lone run for Endicott (19-9).

MEN’S COLLEGE TENNIS

Rogers Williams 6, Endicott 3: Michael Dolph (6-3, 5-7, 10-3) and Sean McAndrews (6-2, 6-0) got wins in singles actions, while Timothy Forance/Eric Gandrup won theirs double match (8-5) for the Gulls (7-6).

COLLEGE SOFTBALL

Endicott blanks Roger Williams: The Gulls managed to shut out Roger Williams in both of yesterday’s game, 2-0 and 7-0. Danvers native Sam DiBella homered in the first game, while sophomore Courtney Blake recorded another win on the mound with an impressive 49 strikes on 66 pitches and allowing just five hits in game two.

Vikings win pair: Salem State shut down Mass Maritime in both games of yesterday’s doubleheader. The Vikings put up 11 runs in the first inning of game win and ultimately won 14-0 in five innings. Game two was a similar situation, designated hitter Cara Crowley had seven RBI in a 19-0 victory.

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