, Salem, MA


January 28, 2014

Monday's area roundup: Tanners pull through to split series with Fenwick


Masconomet 60, Rockport 51: Jake Rudolph dropped 30 points to power the Chieftains to their fifth straight win. Kevin Martin added 10 points for Masco, which improved to 6-5.

North Reading 71, Ipswich 39: Matt Jaeger scored 13 points for Ipswich, but the Tigers fell behind early and couldn’t catch up. Eddie Flaherty also played well off the bench for Ipswich (1-12).


Pingree 51, Newton Country 31: The Highlanders remained perfect in EIL play at 8-0 (8-5 overall) as Caroline Fay hit four 3-pointers and totaled a team-best 14 points. Cassidy Assad added 12 points for Pingree while Hanna Stasiuk also scored 10.

Hamilton-Wenham 51, Manchester 38: Staunch defense drove the Generals (9-3) to a Cape Ann League win in which they grabbed 27 steals and forced 35 turnovers. Sam Charette scored 16 points with 10 rebounds and four blocks and Suz Rose had an outstanding all-around game with eight points, eight rebounds, six assists and seven steals.Catherine Ecker had seven points and 10 boards for Hamilton and Haley Willis scored nine points with seven thefts.

North Reading 47, Ipswich 41: Jenna Gagnon led Ipswich with 16 points, but the Tigers suffered through a rough shooting night and slipped to 4-7. Freshman point guard Kelsey Daly also palyed well for Ipswich, scoring nine points.


Marblehead 3, Bishop Fenwick 0: Senior goaltender Harrison Young turned in his second shutout of the season in goal while Braden Haley, Erik Powers and Cam McDonald all had goals to help Marblehead improve to 10-4. Bobby Lombardi stood tall in goal for Fenwick (1-11), turning aside 35 shots.

Saugus 5, Swampscott 4: Despite four goals from junior winger Ryan Cresta, it wasn’t quite enough for the Big Blue (3-11-1) in a road setback. Cresta’s linemates, left wing Ryan Donnelly (4 assists) and center Mike Johnson (3 assists) also had big nights offensively while freshman Emery Wollerscheid had his first varsity point with an assist.


Cambridge 3, Masconomet 2: Kylie Currier and Adara Nazarian scored 12 seconds apart to give the Chieftains (4-6-1) a one-goal lead in the second period, but the host Falcons rallied for two third period scores and the win. Dana Valletti, Maddie Werner and Jensena Moner each had an assist for Masconomet, with Andraya Ferraro making 13 saves in net.

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