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Girls’ tennis team edges Medford

Singles wins by Laura Franka and April Howarth lifted the Peabody High School girls’ tennis squad to a 3-2 win over Medford last Friday. The victory gave the Tanners a 4-2 record on the season.

Franka won by a 7-6, 6-4 margin and Howarth topped her opponent by a 6-0, 6-2 count. The doubles team of Angela Ferrer and Lindsey Kouroyen scored the other match win for the Tanners.

By Greg Phipps


 

Girls tennis team edged, 3-2

Brenna Walzinger won her singles match by a 6-3, 6-4 count while the doubles tandem of Patricia Jabonillo and Abby Graumann won by the same margin. It wasn’t enough, however, as the Crusader girls were edged by Austin Prep, 3-2, on Monday. The loss left BF at 5-4 on the season.

By Greg Phipps


 

BF lacrosse teams defeat St. Mary’s

The Bishop Fenwick boys’ and girls’ lacrosse teams earned victories over St. Mary’s of Lynn on Monday. Three goals and two assists from Brian Harrington spurred on the boys, who squeaked out a 9-8 win in their contest. The win improved the Crusaders to 6-6 on the season. Also contributing offensively were Nick Muzi, Zach Talbot, Derek DelVecchio, Chris Terry and John Cataldo.

For the girls, Molly Camelo poured in six goals to lead the way in a 15-8 triumph. She was followed by Colby Flickinger with four tallies and Bridget Waldron with two. Other scores came from Maddy Bethune, Fran Carpenella and Hannah Durkin. The Crusaders upped their season record to 7-4 with the win.

   

Baseball team falls to Williams

Despite scoring twice in the first inning, BF was shut down the rest of the way in a 5-2 defeat against Archbishop Williams on Monday. Rob Murphy’s run-scoring single and a sacrifice fly by Dan Mastromatteo accounted for the BF scoring in the opening frame. The loss dropped the Crusaders to 3-4 on the season.

 

Tanner boys’ lacrosse team earns wins

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After losing their first games, the Peabody High School boys’ lacrosse team has regrouped and won three out of five. Two of those victories came last week, as the Tanners (3-7 as of Monday) earned their first Northeastern Conference (NEC) win – an 8-6 triumph at Gloucester last Tuesday, April 25 – and a 15-10 defeat of Silver Lake on Saturday. In between, Peabody dropped an NEC home contest to Beverly, 18-7, last Friday.

In the Gloucester game, Stephen Ell continued his torrid scoring with three tallies. Goalie Jake DeStefano stopped 18 shots, and single goals were scored by Ryan Vinagro, Connor McCarron, Tim January, Colby Therrien and Brandon Muise.

McCarron led the charge offensively in the Silver Lake victory. He drilled home four goals and notched an assist, as the Tanners came back from an early deficit. Ell ended up with six goals and Nick Patturelli potted three. The threesome accounted for 13 of Peabody’s 15 scores.


In the loss to Beverly, the Tanners fell behind 6-0 before battling back and closing the gap to 6-4 in the second period. Beverly would outscore the Tanners 12-3 the rest of the way.

Mason Zeuli netted two goals and single tallies were scored by Ell, January, Vinagro, Therrien and McCarron.

By Greg Phipps


   

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