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October 22, 2012

Area roundup: Rocha, Peabody cross country win Bay State Inv.

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Masconomet 1, North Andover 1: The Chieftains remain undefeated at 14-0-2, but recorded their second tie of the season. Maddie Doyle scored in the first half to take the lead, before North Andover tied it up in the second. Ali Neuenhaus played calm and patient in net, turning away three shots.

Pingree 5, Concord Academy 0: Elize Mead finished with a goal and an assist as the Highlanders move to 10-4 overall. Caroline Winslow, Jill Witwicki, Allie Sardo and Michelle Kim also added scores for Pingree, while Kelsey Doin had two saves for the shutout.

VOLLEYBALL

Concord Academy 3, Pingree 2: The Highlanders lost 23-25, 25-23, 25-22, 19-25, 10-15 to slip to 7-6. Bridget Healey played well with four aces and 10 assists while Sam Torto contributed 10 kills. Libero Casey Torto also played well for Pingree, pitching in with 10 digs and solid backcourt play.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Endicott 61, UMass Dartmouth 15: The Gulls improve to 6-2 after breaking numerous offensive records on Saturday afternoon. Endicott came out with a 47-6 halftime lead as sophomore Drew Frenette threw for 450 yards and four touchdowns, while senior receiver Mike Murphy caught 12 passes for 210 yards and two touchdowns. As a team, Endicott put up 267 yards rushing with 76 from senior running back Mike Wheeler, 70 yards from Andrew Cummings, 60 from Cody Sinnott and another 46 yards from Jared DiBiase.

MEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER

Salem State 1, Mass Maritime 0: Junior Saimir Zepaj lifted the Vikings over their Mass. Maritime opponent with an overtime goal. Eryk Fernandez found Zepaj on the left side for his fifth marker of the season, as SSU (9-5-1) earned a share of the MASCAC crown with a 6-0 record.

Eastern Nazarene 2, Gordon 1: Luke Partain scored the equalizer in the 21st minute of play for the Scots (5-10-1), but Eastern Nazarene regained the lead in the second half.

Endicott 1, Salve Regina 0: Freshman Jordan Daniel propelled the Gulls (9-6-3) in double overtime with his 11th goal of the season to break the tied score. Daniel Higgins made fives for the shutout in goal.

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