, Salem, MA


April 29, 2013

Weekend area sports roundup: Record setting day for red hot Endicott baseball


Pingree 10, St. Mark’s 6: Sophomore Kelsey Dion smashed her second homer of the year, a grand slam in the Highlanders’ victory. Pitcher Christina Chalmers picked up her fifth win of the season to help Pingree improve to 5-2.


Hamilton-Wenham 12, Arlington Catholic 8: Emily Gaucher’s 4-goal, 2-assist performance and 21 saves from goaltender Morgan Kimball helped the Generals win for the seventh time in eight games. Catherine Ecker (2 assists), Catherine Martin and Nicole Foringer all added two goals in the win while Phoebe Shaw (1 assist) and Franny Ambrose also scored. Anna Rourke finished with an assist as well.

MARBLEHEAD 12, Danvers 8: The Magicians got a hat trick and two assists from Kiley Fischer to improve to 9-1 on the season and 3-0 in Northeastern Conference play. Meggie Collins added three goals, an assist and four groundballs in the victory while Sydney Caven (5 groundballs) and Tyler Phillips each had two goals and an assist. Pamela Gregory (1 goal, 2 assists), Emily Freedland (1 goal, 2 groundballs) and Cassie Rodgers (2 assists, 3 groundballs) as starred offensively in front of winning goalkeeper Allie Forman (10 saves).


Pentucket 5, Hamilton-Wenham 2: The Generals dipped to 2-5 Saturday afternoon on the road and look to get back on track tomorrow at Rockport.

Lynnfield 2, Ipswich 0: The Tigers had five hits but couldn’t put enough together to scratch out a run. Alex Amoroso pitched five strong innings for Ipswich (2-5).

Masconomet 3, Newburyport 2 (9 innings): Tom Budrewicz drove in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning and finished with a pair of hits and three stolen bases. Will Twiss started on the mound and pitched well for 6 2/3 innings, and Joe Klingensmith picked up the win in relief. Masco improved to 5-3 overall and 4-2 in the Cape Ann League.

BB&N 5, Pingree 1: Junior Prakirn Upadhyay had a terrific outing, scattering scant few htis and three earned run over 5 2/3 innings of work, but the Highlanders (3-6) didn’t come up with the clutch hits in a non-league loss. Senior Erik Larsen had a pair of hits and has hit safely in every game this spring, senior Nick Antenucci had a pair of hits and centerfielder Ben Rotner also had two hits.

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