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Sports Special

December 11, 2012

Ipswich High Winter Sports Capsules 2012-13


Last season: 6-14 (Did not qualify for the postseason)

Head coach: Alan Laroche (5th year)

Team captains: Matt Jaeger, Jr. G; Kyle Blomster, Jr. G; Nate Glaster, Jr. G; Erik Fyrer, Jr. F.

Other key returnees: None.

It’ll be a great season if: Ipswich can make it difficult for its opponents to score. The Tigers’ focus will be on defense this winter with a group of long, athletic guards. Ipswich’s Zack Angel, a guard, is the team’s only senior.


Last season: 18-5 (Lost to Pentucket in Division 3 North final)

Head coach: Mandy Zegarowski (10th year)

Team captains: Julia Davis, Sr. G; Brigid O’Flynn, Sr. F; Natalie Soliozy, Sr. G.

Other key returnees: Bridget Curran, Jr. F; Masey Zegarowski, So. G; Caroline Soucy, So. G.

It’ll be a great season if: “We can keep progressing and improving as the season goes on,” Zegarowski said.


Last season: 0-9

Head coach: Nancy Lindquist (third year)

Team captains: Sarah Nelson, Sr., IM; Jessica Putnam, Sr., IM and breaststroke; Jessica Spencer, Sr., freestyle

Other key returnees: Joey Spinale, Jr, backstroke; Austin Rubino, Jr., breaststroke; Josh Bergner, Soph., freestyle; Josh Colameta, Soph, freestyle; Tessa Amoroso, Soph., diver; Jacquelyn Bouvier, Fr., distance, backstroke; Shane Neilson, Jr., butterfly; Amelia Young, Fr., diver; Claire Frey, Soph., breaststroke.

It’ll be a great season if: The Tigers, who were lacking in butterfly and distance last season, can fill those gaps this winter. Lindquist said her team can’t wait to get the season started.


(Co-op team with Georgetown)

Last season: 3-17-2

Head coach: Mike Curley (5th year)

Team captains: Chris Paquette, Sr., 145 lbs.; David Ingraham, Sr., 132.

Other key returnees: Charlie Galanis, Soph., 113 lbs.; Mike Galanar, Jr., 126; Matt Carey, Soph., 182

It’ll be a great season if: “We hold each other accountable and push each other in practice every day,” said Curley. “Iron sharpens Iron.“

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