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May 13, 2013

Weekend area roundup: Beverly girls relay team wins at State Coaches Invitational

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Swampscott’s Peter Hale was third in the mile in 4:29 and teammate Maleek Newsome was eighth in the 200 (23.77). Robert Seymour threw 51-6 to finish fifth in the shot; Also in the shot, St. John’s Prep’s Evan Dombrowski was third with a toss of 54-8. He was also fifth in the discus (145-10), while fellow classmate Vinnie Larovere finished seventh in the discus (141-4).

Salem’s Aaron Palmer was fifth in the high hurdles (15.81) and fellow Witch Ben Sattiewhite cleared 6-foot-2 to finish second in the high jump. Marblehead’s Josh Beloff was second in the long jump (20-11).

Peabody Cennami wins at Andover: At the annual Booster’s Meet held in Andover, Peabody senior Chris Cennami won the 100 dash in 11.05.

BASEBALL

North Reading 2, Ipswich 0: The Tigers were able to hang around with undefeated North Reading, but the Hornets capitalized on a few fielding mistakes by Ipswich to win the game. Senior Alex Amoroso pitched a complete game, giving up just three hits, while Josh Guertin had two hits for the Tigers.

BOYS LACROSSE

North Andover 15, Peabody 8: Keifer Heckman (assist), Josh Fiore and Eric Hennessey each had two goals for the Tanners (8-7) in the loss. Andrew Najjar played excellent on defense with five keep-aways and nine ground balls.

WOMEN’S COLLEGE LACROSSE

Middlebury 13, Endicott 4: The Gulls (13-8) trailed 7-1 at one point, but strung together three straight goals to trail by just three going into halftime and were ousted in the NCAA Division 3 Tournament second round on Saturday. Senior Holly Davis scored twice for Endicott and Kelly Tierney added a goal and an assist for Endicott. This was the first season in program history that the Gulls won a NCAA tournament game.

WOMEN’S COLLEGE TENNIS

Bowdoin 5, Endicott 0: The Gulls advanced into the second round of the NCAA Division 3 tourney for the first time in program history with a 5-0 victory over Bridgewater State on Friday, but the saw their tournament run end after being swept by Bowdoin on Saturday. Endicott recorded a program best 19 wins and graduates only two players from this year’s team.

 

 

 

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