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April 24, 2013

Tuesday's Area roundup: Gillespie, Chieftains defeat Manchester Essex


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Masconomet 14, Manchester 9: Kathleen Gillespie scored four goals and added four assists as the Chieftains (5-2) prevailed in a battle of Cape Ann League leaders. Rachel Rogal chipped in four goals for Masconomet while Meg Collins was immense in managing the ball in transition.

Shawsheen 10, North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 5: Goaltender Kylie Morgan made more than 20 saves for North Shore while Grace McNally and Madison Overholt had two goals each. Jennifer Lutes also scored while Brittany Soper, Brianne Constantino, Beth Arnold and Kayla Morgan played good defense.

Marblehead 15, Swampscott 1: The Magicians (8-1) spread out their offense between Tyler Phillips (2 goals, 1 assist), Emily Freedland (1-1), Sydney Cayen (2-0), Cassie Rodgers (2-2), Kiley Fischer (3-1), Meggie Collins (1-6), Alli Hanratty (2-0), and Casey Collins (2-1).

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Georgetown 6, Ipswich 3: The Tigers had the go-ahead run cut down at the plate in the sixth with the game tied 3-3 and the Royals scored three in the home half of the inning to come away with a victory. Alex Amoroso and Ryan Silva pitched well for Ipswich (1-4) while Sean Whooley had two of his team’s nine hits and seven different Ipswich batters earned hits.

North Reading 6, Masconomet 5 (10 innings): The Chieftains led 5-2 with two outs in the 10th but North Reading plated four runs to steal the victory. Speros Varinos had three hits to lead the Masco attack while Joe Klingensmith contributed two hits. That duo also combined to strike out 16 batters on the mound for Masco (4-2).

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Hamilton-Wenham 7, Weston 5: The Generals (4-4) scored the last two goals of the game to break a 5-5 tie and come away with a solid non-league win. Goalie Grant Thompson made 12 saves and didn’t allow a goal in the fourth quarter while defenseman Alex Rodgers had a strong game on defense. Junior mid Matt Curran and Christian Ecker played well offesively for Hamilton-Wenham.

St. John’s Prep 8, St. John’s Shrewsbury 5: Netminder Lucas DeAngelo made seven key saves as the Eagles (7-1) won their seventh straight. Drew O’Connell scored four goals for the Prep, which has a chance to avenge its only loss tomorrow against rival Xaverian.

Masconomet 13, Manchester Essex 5: Cam Jung netted three goals and added two assists as the Chieftains move to 5-3. Max Craig had two goals and one assist, while eight other players had single goals and Dylan Mann was outstanding at the faceoff circle.

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Beverly 109, Salem 14: Nicole Kirsch won both the shot put and discus to highlight Beverly’s victory. Maeve Monahan (2-mile), Caitlin Harty (800) and Marykate Flaherty (400) also won events for the Panthers (2-2). Joy Lima won the 100 for Salem.

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Salem 73, Beverly 48: Jon Crimble, who hasn’t lost an event this spring, won the 100, 200, long jump and triple jump as the Witches won in difficult conditions. Aaron Palmer took the discus and the 110 high hurdles for Salem and undefeated high jumper Ben Sattiewhite also came in first place.

Bruno Caetano won both the 400 hurdles and 400 to highlight Beverly’s performance. Campbell Wood (2-mile), Dylan Perry (mile), Aren Salema (shot put) and Alex Grecco (800) also won events for the Panthers (0-4).

agateHed:COLLEGE GOLF

SSU Second: Salem State’s Tom Grant was the medalist with a low score of 77 at the MASCAC Championship held at Blackstone National Golf Course in Sutton. The Vikings had a tgeam score of 336 and finished as runners-up to Westfield State by one stroke. Danvers native Taylor Alvarado and Stephen Parise also carded in the top ten.

agateHed:MEN’S COLLEGE LACROSSE

UMass Dartmouth 12, Salem State 3: Max Gensenberg, Jacob Scordato and Ian Abrahamson scored the goals but the Vikings (7-7) remained winless in Little East conference play.

Marblehead 15, Swampscott 1: The Magicians (8-1) spread out their offense between Tyler Phillips (2 goals, 1 assist), Emily Freedland (1-1), Sydney Cayen (2-0), Cassie Rodgers (2-2), Kiley Fischer (3-1), Meggie Collins (1-6), Alli Hanratty (2-0), and Casey Collins (2-1).

GIRLS LACROSSE

Masconomet 14, Manchester 9: Kathleen Gillespie scored four goals and added four assists as the Chieftains (5-2) prevailed in a battle of Cape Ann League leaders. Rachel Rogal chipped in four goals for Masconomet while Meg Collins was immense in managing the ball in transition.

Shawsheen 10, North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 5: Goaltender Kylie Morgan made more than 20 saves for North Shore while Grace McNally and Madison Overholt had two goals each. Jennifer Lutes also scored while Brittany Soper, Brianne Constantino, Beth Arnold and Kayla Morgan played good defense.

BASEBALL

Georgetown 6, Ipswich 3: The Tigers had the go-ahead run cut down at the plate in the sixth with the game tied 3-3 and the Royals scored three in the home half of the inning to come away with a victory. Alex Amoroso and Ryan Silva pitched well for Ipswich (1-4) while Sean Whooley had two of his team’s nine hits and seven different Ipswich batters earned hits.

North Reading 6, Masconomet 5 (10 innings): The Chieftains led 5-2 with two outs in the 10th but North Reading plated four runs to steal the victory. Speros Varinos had three hits to lead the Masco attack while Joe Klingensmith contributed two hits. That duo also combined to strike out 16 batters on the mound for Masco (4-2).

BOYS LACROSSE

Hamilton-Wenham 7, Weston 5: The Generals (4-4) scored the last two goals of the game to break a 5-5 tie and come away with a solid non-league win. Goalie Grant Thompson made 12 saves and didn’t allow a goal in the fourth quarter while defenseman Alex Rodgers had a strong game on defense. Junior mid Matt Curran and Christian Ecker played well offesively for Hamilton-Wenham.

St. John’s Prep 8, St. John’s Shrewsbury 5: Netminder Lucas DeAngelo made seven key saves as the Eagles (7-1) won their seventh straight. Drew O’Connell scored four goals for the Prep, which has a chance to avenge its only loss tomorrow against rival Xaverian.

Masconomet 13, Manchester Essex 5: Cam Jung netted three goals and added two assists as the Chieftains move to 5-3. Max Craig had two goals and one assist, while eight other players had single goals and Dylan Mann was outstanding at the faceoff circle.

GIRLS TRACK

Beverly 109, Salem 14: Nicole Kirsch won both the shot put and discus to highlight Beverly’s victory. Maeve Monahan (2-mile), Caitlin Harty (800) and Marykate Flaherty (400) also won events for the Panthers (2-2). Joy Lima won the 100 for Salem.

BOYS TRACK

Salem 73, Beverly 48: Jon Crimble, who hasn’t lost an event this spring, won the 100, 200, long jump and triple jump as the Witches won in difficult conditions. Aaron Palmer took the discus and the 110 high hurdles for Salem and undefeated high jumper Ben Sattiewhite also came in first place.

Bruno Caetano won both the 400 hurdles and 400 to highlight Beverly’s performance. Campbell Wood (2-mile), Dylan Perry (mile), Aren Salema (shot put) and Alex Grecco (800) also won events for the Panthers (0-4).

COLLEGE GOLF

SSU Second: Salem State’s Tom Grant was the medalist with a low score of 77 at the MASCAC Championship held at Blackstone National Golf Course in Sutton. The Vikings had a tgeam score of 336 and finished as runners-up to Westfield State by one stroke. Danvers native Taylor Alvarado and Stephen Parise also carded in the top ten.

MEN’S COLLEGE LACROSSE

UMass Dartmouth 12, Salem State 3: Max Gensenberg, Jacob Scordato and Ian Abrahamson scored the goals but the Vikings (7-7) remained winless in Little East conference play.