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Manchester Mismatch

Windham scored 11 runs in the top of the first and drubbed West 29-3 in five innings. Rachel and Olivia Estes had four hits apiece.

 

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Andover rolls

Tori Roche and Jordan Fleming each had three RBI as the Golden Warriors rolled past Pentucket 14-1. Megan Hartnett had three hits and Amy Stankiewicz went the distance allowing three hits with four strikeouts for the win.

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45-year record

  1. Noah Malhi snapped a school record that dated all the way back to 1970. The Pentucket star heaved the discus 152-9, topping the 150-10 by Bill Hamel in 1970.
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Winning relay

Maddie Nelson, Ellison Seymour, Carolyn Modlish and Paige Wesolowski ran their season best of 4:16.89 and that win in the 4x400 gave Pentucket a 73-72 win over Ipswich.

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PMA bashes Minuteman

Gabby Salerno rapped a pair of doubles among her four hits and five others had at least three base hits as Presentation of Mary rolled past Minuteman 18-10. Samantha Boksanski drove in three while five others had at least two RBI.

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Stilll alive

Tim Galloway-Burke recorded 20 kills, 10 blocks and 14 digs while Corey Bell was huge down the stretch at the net as Methuen kept postseason hopes alive with a 3-2 victory over Westford.

 

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Perfect at the plate

Lead-off batter Alyssa Melendez had a huge afternoon going 5 for 5, with three RBI and Greater Lawrence plated 11 in the sixth to defeat Shawsheen for the first time since 2006 in a 19-17 slugfest. The second of Melendez' doubles led off the winning rally as the Reggies used eight hits and four walks in the sixth to rally from a 15-8 deficit. Sophomore Emily Viens was brought in with the tying runs on base in the top of the sixth but recorded a strikeout to preserve the win.

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Hammerin' Hobbs

Whittier beat Northeast 16-1 in five innings on a Lina Faranna 3-hitter. Kayle Hobbs drove in six runs while Ashley Wilson scored four runs.

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Ross is boss

Connor Ross won the triple jump and high jump, Kyle DiBurro was on both winning relays teams and Peter Saviano took the 1,600 in 4:40.44 as Timberlane beat Dover 80-53.

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Whittier 106, Essex Tech 26, Shawsheen Valley 0

Jensey Gavin won the 400 (53.6) and the triple jump (38-7) as Whittier swept Essext Tech and Shawsheen.

 

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Whittier 86, Essex Tech 50, Shawsheen Valley 0

Whitttier's Anyelina Martinez set a school record in the 800 with a mark of 2:24.2 as Whittier swept past Essex Tech and Shawsheen. "We saw it coming," coach Jay Ihle said. "We knew it was going to be a good one"

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Hits galore

Pentucket jumped on Georgetown with a nine-run first before finishing with a season high in a 16-5 win over Georgetown. The Sachems pounded 23 hits, including four by Pat Beaton while eight others had at least two.

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Hornets hold on

Jack O'Brien hit a two-run single in the seventh for what proved to be the winning runs as North Reading defeated Amesbury 9-7. Taylor Robinson ignited the Hornets with a two-run homer in the fourth. Dan Madden earned the wi, but needed last-out help from Greg Johnson.

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Dazzling debuts

Sophomore Marina Rinaldi and junior Hannah Krichmar shined in their varsity debuts. They teamed for a 6-2, 6-1 win at second doubles to help Andover sweep Haverhill 5-0.

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Lancers break through

Lawrence earned its first victory over an MVC opponent in four years, scoring three runs in the top of the ninth for a 9-6 victory at North Andover.

"It was kind of funny after (North Andover's) third out (in the bottom of the ninth) they weren't sure what to do," said Lawrence coach Chris Boardman, who won for the fifth time in his three years. "I told them they should walk into school a little higher tomorrow."

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