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December 10, 2012

Area roundup: Beverly wrestling team takes NEC tournament crown

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Carolyn Claveau won two event to pace the Crusaders in the girls meet. Claveau was first in the high jump (4-5) and shot put (26-8). Hannah Smith won the 600 (1:52) and also ran a leg on the winning 4x400 relay with Andrea Klos, Jackie Edgett, and Julia Pierce.

Annette Ruggiero (300, 45.4), Tessa McLaughlin (high hurdles, 11.19), and Arianna Maida (2-mile, 12:25) also had wins for Fenwick.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

pINGREE 33, bANCROFT 25: Captain Katlyn Oliver accounted for nearly half her team’s points, scoring 16 as the Highlanders evened their record at 2-2. Caroline Fay scored 10 and Pingree came up with 21 rebounds as a team.

MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Clark 80, Endicott 74: Lance Greene scored 22 points but Clark pulled away down the stretch to drop the Gulls to 4-2 on the season. Lachlan Magee scored 14 with five assists and Andre Makris chipped in 11.

gORDON 80, bERKELEY 77: Free throws by David Dempsey (16 points) and Thomas Park (15 points) with 30 seconds left lifted the Scots (3-4) to a win in the consolation of the A.J. Buchanan Classic. Jason Dempsey also scored 15 and six Gordon players reached double figures in scoring.

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Endicott 58, Suffolk 54: Kayleen Whall converted an and-1 opportunity with 2:38 to go to give Endicott the lead for good as the Gulls (6-1) came up with a solid road win. Samantha Crough led Endicott with 15 points and Jennifer White scored 13.

COLLEGE HOCKEY

Salem St. 5, Worcester St. 0: The Vikings (5-3-1, 4-1-1 MASCAC) won their third straight wtih Ryan Sutliffe posting a 23 save shutout. Salem State scored four times in the first to take control with Andrew Bettencourt, Cam Moniz and Chris Mastropietro each having a goal and an assist. Derek Crocker had three assists and Keaton Cashin had an assist for the third straight game.

COLLEGE TRACK

Gordon Records Fall: Megan Wernig set a new Gordon weight throw record at 9.49 meters at the Harvard Open. The Scots’ women’s 4x400 team also set a school record with Samantha Goedeke, Leanna D’Alfonso, Mary-Beth Gray and Leanne Beedle combining for 4:27.52.

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