, Salem, MA


May 22, 2013

Area roundup: Whooley's complete game helps Ipswich baseball prevail


Malden 4, Salem 1: Ari Gaffney won at second singles, 6-0, 7-2 as the Witches (3-12) wrap up play tomorrow against Revere.


HAMILTON-WENHAM 13, SALEM 1: Emily Gaucher scored five goals and Morgan Kimball made 10 saves as the Generals (14-4) handled the NEC South champs in their last tune-up before the state tournament. Nicole Forginer (two goals), Phoebe Shaw (goal, two assists), Anna Rourke (goal, two assists), Catherine Martin (goal, assist) and Julia Ferriera (goal, assist) all had multi-point efforts for H-W. Marie Morency, Hannah Johnson, Kayla Frain, Kendell Santin, Maggie Burns and Caroline Fallon led the charge on defense and Franny Ambrose and Santin also scored.

Peabody 18, North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 14: Nicole Napolitano led the attack with seven goals and two assists for the Tanners (12-4). Mikayla York and Courtney Smith each had three goals and an assist, while Madison Doherty (two goals, one assist) and Bianca Muscato (one goal, two assists) also added to the scoring. Christa Trombley and Christy Feudo played well defensively and Cheyenne Jackson made seven saves in goal. Peabody led 12-4 at the half and shutout the Bulldogs in the second.

Beverly 13, Swampscott 4: Beverly goalie Ami Thompson had 15 saves in the final game of the regular season. Seniors Emily Sylvester, Abby Carnevale, Katie Ball, Katie Pietrini and Becca Kemmer all had goals for the Panthers (9-9). Chloe Durgan scored three goals for Swampscott and Lauren Sullivan added a goal as the Big Blue finished the season 3-17.


Georgetown 9, Danvers 7: Freshman Jacob Mitchell’s four goals helped the Royals knock off Danvers (8-11).

North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 6, Northeast 4: Cam Smallidge had three goals and one assist and Max Sciola, Ian Lefavour and Anthony Huntley had a goal each as the Bulldogs (8-9) kept their postseason hopes alive. North Shore led 2-1 at the half and used a big third quarter to increase their edge to 5-2. Luke Poloski, R.J. Conroy and Sean McDonough played well on defense for North Shore, which must win today to make the state tournament.

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