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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE
- Friday, April 21, 2017
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Sterling pitching makes case for Tornadoes in loss
By Julian Cardillo
D
espite dropping a pair of
games to two of the top
teams in the league, the Mal-
den High School baseball team
drew some consolation from
two solid relief pitching per-
formances, which could pay
dividends down the road. On
Wednesday, it was the pitch-
ing of sophomore right-hand-
er ReidKankel that keptMalden
Highwithin striking distance in
an eventual 7-4 loss to visiting
Swampscott at Pine Banks Park.
Tornadoes senior Kyle Twomey
pitched five innings of three-hit
relief in a shutout loss topower-
house Peabody on the road on
Patriots’ Day.
Kankel came on in relief with
Malden trailing, 7-1, in themid-
dle of the fourth inning. He
threw two and two-thirds in-
nings of scoreless, two-hit base-
ball for Malden. “Kankel kept us
in the game and it was the sec-
ond time this year he was ex-
cellent out of the bullpen for
us,” Malden head coach Steve
Freker said. “He got a win in re-
lief against Revere and he actu-
ally pitched even better against
Swampscott.”
Kankel, who is also Malden’s
starting shortstop and one of
their top hitters, had already
contributedwith anRBI double.
Swampscott had come out
and scored a run in each of the
first three innings with Malden
senior starter Matt Geer on the
mound. Swampscott waited
out a couple of walks and got
some timely hitting for a 3-0
lead. Devin Ciampi waited out
a bases-loaded walk in the bot-
tomof the third for a 3-1 deficit
for Malden.
Swampcott added four runs
in the fourth for a 7-1 lead,
but Malden did not lay down.
Sophomore Gabe Sanders sin-
gled in a run to make it 7-2 in
the fourth, and a bases-load-
ed double by junior Kevin Gil-
ligan cut the lead to 7-4. That
was all Malden could muster,
though, in their second North-
eastern Conference loss of the
week. Senior second baseman
James Pandolfoplayedsolidde-
fensively for Malden.
“We played pretty well over-
all, but just missed some offen-
sive opportunities early when
we could have used a few runs.
We swung at some bad pitches
and our inexperience showed a
bit,”Coach Freker said.
Maldenmeets upwith some
former longtime Greater Bos-
ton League foes next. On Sat-
urday, theGoldenTornados hit
the road to take on Medford
at Bill Monbouquette Field at
Playstead Park at 10:30 a.m.
in a fundraising “Bump Out
Cancer” game. On Monday,
Malden hosts Everett at Pine
Banks Park.
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Meet the
2017 MHS
Golden
Tornadoes
Girls Varsity
Lacrosse
Team
Shown, from left to right, are (top row) Camila Paraliticci,
Desiree Delgado, Athena Goon, Karen Luo, VictoriaMoore,
Rene Spadafora, Grace Cappuccio, Gianna Giuliano, Me-
gan Melanson, Ana Oliveira, Coach Jessica Leggett, (bot-
tom row) Jill Tramondozzi, Francesca Reyes, Dijana Masic,
AliciaTan, Angelena Nguyen, Leila Greige, and KristinaVo.
SENIORS: Desiree Delgado, Athena Goon, Karen Luo, Vic-
toria Moore, Rene Spadafora, Grace Cappuccio, Gianna Gi-
uliano, Megan Melanson
CAPTAINS: Karen Luo,Victo-
ria Moore, Rene Spadafora