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THE SAUGUS ADVOCATE
– Friday, April 21, 2017
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rector. Applying that measure-
ment locally would mean that
an average of two million gal-
lons a day of wastewater go-
ing through the LincolnAvenue
Pumping Station “is considered
clean,”O’Regan said.
Crabtree noted that the I/I
program adopted by the town
is constantly pulling storm wa-
ter out of the system, creating
more capacity.
O’Regan urged town officials
to treat the increased capaci-
ty as “a commodity,” which the
town could use to its benefit.
“Just because we have that [ca-
pacity] doesn’tmeanwe should
be giving it away,”O’Regan told
the committee.
Committee Chair DePatto lik-
ened capacity to land. “Once it’s
gone, it’s gone,”he said.
“You’re right,” DePatto said
to O’Regan. “It’s a commodity,”
he said.
Several committee members
wanted to know how improve-
ments to the pumping station
wouldaffectdevelopmentorbe
affected by development.
Crabtree noted that new de-
velopment is required to pay
an I/I fee.
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SITUATION
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Meet the 2017 SHS
Sachems Lacrosse Team
HeadCoachRobScuzzarellawith theCaptains, JohnFitzgerald, StephenWright, MattWaggett,
CamWilliamson, Jack Trainor. With Asst. Coach AJ Guthro.
Lady Sachems softball
team collects major
win against Revere
By Julian Cardillo
T
he Saugus High School
girls’ softball team im-
proved to 3-2 on the season
with a well-earned victory
over Revere on Wednesday
morning. Saugus caught the
Patriots off-guard, scoring
five runs in the opening two
innings to win, 5-2.
“This was probably our
best overall game thus far
of the young season against
a previously undefeated
Revere team,” said Saugus
coach Steve Almquist. “We
fought very hard.”
Freshman pitcher Caitlyn
Wood again impressed on
the mound. She went sev-
en innings with seven strike-
outs and just two walks. She
allowed nine hits, but, along
withher team’s defense, kept
Revere fromgetting the runs
they needed. “Caitlyn has
kept us in every game that
she’s pitched thus far, and
it was nice to get her a lit-
tle cushion right from the
get go.”
The Sachems scored four
runs in thebottomof thefirst
inning. Nystasia Rowe and
Taylor Bogdanski led off the
bottomof the first with a pair
of singles, andEmmaHoward
reached on an error to load
the bases. Caity Sheehan hit
an RBI single to put Saugus
ahead, 1-0. Wood kept the
rally alive with an RBI single
of her own, scoring Bogdan-
ski. Alex Almquist made it a
3-0 game with a sacrifice fly,
andSadieDiCenso’sRBI single
capped off the scoring.
Saugus made it 5-0 in the
bottom of the second. How-
ard reached on a single with
oneout andeventually came
around toscoreonanRBI sin-
gle byWood.
Revere scored twice in the
top of the 5th tomake it 5-2,
but the rallyended there.Vic-
toria Coreia reached second
base, then was driven in by
an RBI single from Alina Gi-
uliano. Giuliano scored mo-
ments later off an RBI dou-
ble by Jordan Sullivan.
“This was a nicewin for us,”
Almquist said.“We preached
to the kids about gettingout
to a fast start and it paid div-
idends. It was also nice to fi-
nally play a clean defensive
game and win a low-scoring
game like this. Hopefully, this
will give thegirls a littlemore
confidencemoving forward.”
Beverly defeated Saugus,
8-5, onMonday due to a few
botched defensive plays.
The Sachems committed
six errors, leading to five un-
earned runs. “Wood was the
hard luck loser in that one,”
Almquist said.
Wood pitching six innings
and had nine strikeouts. She
didn’t walk anyone, but al-
lowedninehits andfive runs,
all of which were unearned.
Saugus took the lead in the
first inning, but were down
8-3 ahead of the seventh.
Sheehan was two for three
with a double and three
RBIs whileWood also scored
one run.
Saugus’s next game is Fri-
day at home against Pea-
body. They also play next
Monday at Gloucester and
onWednesday at Danvers.
Coach Rob Scuzzarella with the 2017 SHS Varsity Sachem Boys Lacrosse Team.
(Advocate photos by
Al Terminiello)
Seniors: front row; Andrew DeMatteo, John Fitzgerald, Jack Trainor, Matt Waggett, CamWil-
liamson, StephenWright, Max Hunt. Back row; AlexMerlina, Dan Jarosz, Brett Morey, Dan Car-
ney, Brenden Patterson, Chris Hunt and Mike Titus.