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May 6, 2014

Monday's area roundup: Sullivan's performance lifts Big Blue baseball by Peabody

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Danvers 13, Manchester Essex 9: Captain Rachel Trocci led the way with three goals and two assists as the Falcons improve to 10-2. Megan McKenna and Allie Zunick each had three goals, while Kara Connors made 17 saves in the victory.

Salem Academy 8, Peabody freshman 4: The Navigators (7-3-1) return to action tomorrow.

Bishop Fenwick 18, Cardinal Spellman 3: Crusaders’ coach Karen Guillemette earned her 100th career victory as Fenwick improved to 8-4. Merry Harrington scored four goals and added two assists, Natalie Emerson contributed three goals and five assists and Tessa McLaughlin scored three times and assisted once. Meghan Woodworth played well in the net for the Crusaders.

Billerica 17, Beverly 5: Camden Vitale scored three goals and Meghan Henrichon and Alicia Cecchini each had one, but it wasn’t enough for Beverly (7-4).

BOYS LACROSSE

Bishop Fenwick 21, Cardinal Spellman 9: The Crusaders bounced back with Kyle Russell scoring six goals and four assists and Mark Nalesnik chipping in six goals with one assist. Chris Napolitano scored two goals with two assists and Jake Mitchell and Kevin Hannon each scored twice. Cole Hebert, Joey Gray and Brandon DeBeraridinis score one apiece.

Salem 18, Lynn 2: Peter Slattery scored four goals and dished out five assists and Matt Jalbert added five goals and one assist as the Witches rolled. Craig Denehy also scored two goals and passed out a couple assists, while Christian Costa and Paul Santallin played well splitting the goalie duties for Salem (9-5 overall, 6-1 NEC South). Brent Rubin also scored his first two goals for the Witches.

Hamilton-Wenham 14, Wilmington 9: Molly Eagar scored three goals and Catherine Ecker, Kendal Santin, Grace Papp and Ashley Gregory each had two goals for the Generals.

Manchester Essex 4, Swampscott 2: Devin Conroy scored both goals for the Big Blue (8-2) who trailed 4-0 at halftime. Justin Nestor made 11 saves and the defense played well in the second half shutout.

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