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April 17, 2013

Tuesday's area roundup: Big day at the plate helps North Shore top Lynn Tech


North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 20, Lynn Tech 12: The Bulldogs (3-3) improved to 3-1 in CAC action with an offensive explosion. J.T. Bisazza led a parade of hits with five RBI and a triple, freshman Mike Mitchell had three hits and four RBI and junior Andrew Gallione had four hits, three RBI and scored three runs. Alek Chongris earned the win on the hill and Mitchel pitched in relief for North Shore.

Masconomet 6, Pentucket 2: Junior captain Tommy Budrewicz went 3-for-4 with two runs and two RBI and catcher Mike Manni was 3-for-4 with two RBI and a run scored to help the Chieftains (3-1 overall) stay undefeated in Cape Ann League play. Speros Varinos earned his third win, allowing one hit and three walks with seven strikeouts over five innings.

Ipswich 2, Amesbury 0: Senior Alex Amoroso threw six shutout innings to earn Ipswich’s first win of the season. Amoroso scored one of the Tigers runs and knocked in the other while Ryan Law pitched a 1-2-3 seventh to come away with the save.


North shore/Essex Aggie 1, Gr. Lowell 0: Junior Alyssa King had North Shore’s only hit of the day, moved to second on an error and took third and home on passed balls as the Bulldogs won a pitcher’s duel to improve to 3-1. Kaera Wyse scattered four hits over seven innings and struck out a season-high 14 batters.


Danvers 20, Swamspcott 4: The Falcons took care of the Big Blue on the road to earn their first win of the season. G played well in the loss.


Pingree 4, Gann 1: Dan Peters (6-4, 6-2) and Jeremy Wiles (6-1, 6-4) won at second and third singles respectively for Pingree (1-1). Gabe Salter/Nate Johnson and Matt Menzie/Jack Santini (7-5, 6-4) swept the doubles matches.


Masconomet 8, Reading 6: The Chieftains (3-2) led 8-3 in the fourth quarter before some poor discipline led to some man up opportunities for Reading and the Rockets cashed in to make it close. Ben Hosely (two goals, one assist), Trevor Surrette (three goals) and Cam Jung (two goals) carried the offense while Corey Tines and Aidan Sears were strong defensively against Reading’s top attackers.

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