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December 18, 2012

Area roundup: Salem boys track earns first win

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Salem 54, Lynn Classical 27: Jonathan Crimble won the 300 and took second in the high jump as the Witches (1-1) won their first NEC Large meet of the season. Ben Sattiewhite won the high jump (6-foot), Aaron Palmer took the hurdles (7.2), Cody Mercier won the dash (5.9), Mitch Osgood led a sweep of the 1000 (3:13), Anand Patel took the mile (5:28) and Will McCarthy won the 2-mile (13:04).

FENCING

Commonwealth 15, SJP 12: The Eagles (1-1) fell for the first time this season despite some flashes of brilliance that didn’t translate into bout wins, said coach Jim Carter. Colin MacGregor and Will Collibe each went 2-1 at sabre and Taylor Brock-Fisher also won a bout. Dan Howlett had a strong showing at epee, winning all three of his bouts.

GIRLS TRACK

Lynn Classical 43, Salem 39: The Rams took the 4x400 relay to emerge with the meet win. Individual event winners for the Witches (0-2) were Abbey Meadowcroft (shot, 27-3), Deema Hijleh (high jump and 300, 46.0), Marelna Udden (600, 1:59) and Kathy Le (mile).

SWIMMING

Ipswich 105, Manchester Essex 77: The Tigers picked up their first win of the season with Jackie Bouvier winning both the 200 (2:14) and the 500 free (5:57). Also winning events were Josh Colameta (50 free, :26), Shane Neilson (100 fly, 1:15) and Austin Rubino (100 breast, 1:17). The Tigers also won the 200 medley relay (Joey Spinale, Rubino, Neilson and Colameta), the 200 free relay (Rubino, Lia Moylan, Justin Bergner and Bouvier) and the 400 free relay (Neilson, Spinale, Colemeta and Bouvier).

Arlington Cath. 89, Bishop Fenwick 79: Sophomore Carson Christuk qualified for states and won the 200-IM (2:02.09) and the 500 free (5:06.03) and Fenwick also took first in the 200 free relay (1:58). Junior Linsey Andrews qualified for sectionals in the 100 back and Bridgette Townsend qualified in the 200-IM.

GIRLS HOCKEY

Medford 6, Marblehead 2: Brittany Lydon and Meg Gray scored for the Lady Headers, who gave up five goals in the second period and fell for the first time this season on Saturday. Rachel McKay, Halle McKay, Abby DiMare and EmmaRose Winder picked up assists for Marblehead (1-1).

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