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THE SAUGUS ADVOCATE
– Friday, April 21, 2017
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D’Amico tops a field of 13
runners in Boston Marathon
By Mark E. Vogler
M
ark J.D’Amico, 43, topped
all Saugus runners in the
Boston Marathon, with a time
of 3:50:43.
BrianWalfield, 55, and Robert
J. Favuzza, 52, finished behind
D’Amico with times of 3:52:12
and 3:58:03 respectively. All 13
town residents registered for
the Patriots Day event complet-
ed the world’s oldest marathon,
in the 121st running of the race,
Also completing the 26.2mile
racewereCarmenS. Bordonaro,
25 (4:18:09); Sheree L. Wheeler,
42 (4:22:54); Matthew G. Imber-
gamo, 38 (4:28:35); Annajean F.
Mcmahon, 65 (4:30:47); Abbey
C. Chesna, 38 (4:45:13); Jessica
V. Capozzi, 25 (4:57:27); Amanda
S.McTague, 26 (5:07:33);GiaTroi-
si, 26(5:16:53); BobCatinazzo, 49
(5:34:50); and Lauren E. Sanford,
23 (5:51:49).
Michael J. Nelson, 40, ofWake-
field, a Saugus native and Sau-
gus High School athletic direc-
tor, also completed the race
(4:50:41).
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Sachems baseball team earns first win of season
By Julian Cardillo
T
he Saugus High School
baseball team collected
their first win of the season on
Wednesday, earning a thor-
ough 6-0 victory over Revere
on the road. Saugus is now 1-4
on the season aheadof a tough
game on Friday (depending on
rain) against Everett.
“Weput it togetheronoffense
and defense and limited our
mistakes, which is something
I’ve been preaching,” said Sau-
gus coach Joe Luis. “It was nice
for us to put together a com-
plete performance … Hopeful-
ly, it gives the kids some confi-
dence and momentum going
forward.”
Justin Horath pitched a com-
plete game for the Sachems. He
had 11 strikeouts and allowed
just one hit. “He pitched a great
game,” said Luis of Horath, “a
one-hit shutout. He was able
to keep the ball out of play and
didn’t make our defense do too
much.”
SauguswasalsohelpedbyRe-
vere’s strugglingdefense,which
allowedsixwalks.“Wehadseven
hits, which meant 13 base run-
ners,” said Luis. “The walks cer-
tainly helped.”
JimmyAlcott hadapair of sin-
gles andanRBI. Paul Stanatopu-
ous and Steve Ruggiero also
had RBIs.
The Sachems will take their
talents into the Chris Serino
tournament this weekend. The
tournament features Saugus,
Madison Park, East Boston and
Amesbury. Saugus plays Mad-
ison Park on Saturday and, de-
pendingonresults fromtheEast
Boston-Amesbury game, will
play in either the final or third
place game on Sunday.
AmandaMcTague is congratu-
lated as she crosses the finish
line for the Boston Marathon.
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Environmental
Leadership Scholarship
being offered
The Saugus River Watershed
Council is accepting applica-
tions for its 2017 Environmen-
tal Leadership Scholarship. One
$500 scholarship will be award-
ed to a graduating high school
senior who will attend college
during the fall of 2017.
The recipient will be selected
based on commitment to envi-
ronmental protection, academ-
ic record, demonstrated leader-
ship and participation in school
and community activities, and
statement of personal commit-
ment to the environment. To be
eligible, applicants must live in
oneof the following11commu-
nities that arepart of theSaugus
River watershed: Saugus, Lynn,
Lynnfield, Wakefield, Reading,
Revere, Everett, Malden, Mel-
rose, Peabody or Stoneham.
Applicationsmust be submit-
ted to the Saugus River Water-
shed Council via email at
srw@
shore.net
or mailed to Scholar-
ship Committee, P.O. Box 1092,
Saugus,MA01906. Applications
must bepostmarkedor emailed
by Friday, May 26.
Gardens in Bloom Bulbs
The Saugus River Watershed
Council plans towelcomespring
withitsspecialGardens inBloom
“online only” spring bulb sale.
People who want to contribute
to an environmental cause can
choose from 18 perennial or
annual plants and spring bulb
packages by Dutch Mill Bulbs.
Customers can order from
anywhere in the continental
United States, and bulbs will
be shipped directly to them for
planting later this spring. This
great variety of bloomswill pro-
vide color and beauty all sum-
mer, according to the council.
All collections of bulbs or plants
are $10 each with 50% of pro-
ceeds supporting the Saugus
River Watershed Council’s river
restoration and environmental
education programs.
For more information, follow
the linkon the council’s homep-
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www.saugusriver.org
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Toast of the Town
TheBoardof Selectmen lastweekhonored the SaugusYouth&Recreation8thGradeBoys’Trav-
el Basketball Teamfor recentlywinning the 2016–2017 EasternDivision 1 Championship. Mem-
bers of the championship team include Rocco Zagarella, Travis Pagliarulo, Miles O’Brien, Mason
Nickolas,KyleMcLaughlin, JosephLusso,SalvatoreFranco,VincentColuccio,DougClark,Dominik
Cassarino, Jason Casaletto and Ezra Burns. Their coaches include Head Coach Ron Lusso, Asst.
Coach Chuck McLaughlin, Asst. Coach Rocco Coluccio, Asst. Coach Dan O’Brien, Youth and Rec-
reation Director Gregory Nickolas andTravel Director EricMcGrane.
(Courtesy Photos To The Saugus Advocate)