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February 4, 2013

Weekend area roundup: St. John's captures Division 1 Dual Meet Title

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Lowell Catholic 5, Bishop Fenwick 1: Junior Brian Corcoran had the lone tally for Fenwick (3-13), with his second goal of the season coming off a Chris Napolitano assist. The Crusaders outshot Lowell Catholic, 31-13.

GYMNASTICS

Beverly 142, Mascon 133.25: The Panthers finish their season at a perfect 8-0 and clinch their third straight NEC/CAL title. The win is also Beverly’s 28th consecutive regular season win, dating back to 2010. Sophomore Heather Gomes was first in the all-around (37.3) and had her highest score of the meet on vault (9.4). Adrianna Beatrice and Masco’s Jess DeMarco tied for second in the all-around with a 36.25.

SWIMMING

Masco third at CAL Meet: Freshman Carlyn Soares was first in the 500 free (5:22) and broke the Cape Ann League record in the 100 breast stroke with a time of 1:09.17, which was previously held by Suzie Herrick (H-W). Freshman Michael Bartley finished second in the 100 free (52.13), which qualified him for states and sectionals.

Also at the CAL meet, Ipswich placed fifth overall with 200 points. Amelia Young finished second in diving and also qualified for states, Ali Bouvier won a medal in 100 fly, Jackie Bouvier medaled in the 200 free and Joey Spinale was a medal recipient in the 100 backstroke.

Fenwick places third at CCL Meet: The Crusaders finished in third place with 298 points at the Catholic Central League meet over the weekend. Carson Christuk placed first and broke the meet record in both the 200 IM (2:04.19) and 500 Free (5:09.09). The 200 medley relay team of Bridgette Townsend, Jimmy Gautheir, Christuk and Matt O’Brien also had a first place finish (1:54.55).

Pingree 53, Dexter 41: Of the 12 events at the meet, Pingree captured nine first place and eight second place finishes on Friday night. Kyle Skelton swam a personal best in the 200 free (2:18) and was first in the 100 breast, Erin Cunningham had double wins in the 200 IM and 100 back, while Nick Sweetser also swam a personal best in the 500 free (6:20.53) for the Highlanders (7-5). Veronica Monteiro finished first in the diving (147.375).

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