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News

Girls’ lacrosse team victorious, boys lose close one

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Brigid Waldron scored four times and assisted on three other goals to help the Crusader girls’ lacrosse team to a 17-6 home win over Cardinal Spellman on Monday. Fran Carpinella and Molly Camello added four goals each for the Crusaders, who improved to 5-3 with the victory. Other contributors on offense were Colby Flickinger with three scores and Hannah Durkin with a goal and three assists.

For the boys, Derek DelVecchio led the way with a goal and three assists in a close 11-10 loss at Cardinal Spellman on Monday. Scoring twice each were Zach Talbot and Brian Harrington, with Cam McCarthy and Tyler Layton also tallying two times. Chris Terry also scored for BF, which fell to 5-5 on the season.

 

Girls’ tennis team defeats LC

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Singles players Isabela Valencia and Laura Franka came through for the Peabody girls’ tennis squad on Monday in a 3-2 home victory over NEC foe Lynn Classical. Valencia worked hard to defeat her opponent by a 6-2, 7-6 (8-6) margin. Franka also emerged on top by a 6-4, 6-2 count. Shaelyn Kelley and Angela Ferrer scored a 6-4, 6-0 win in doubles play to clinch the team victory. The Tanners raised their record to 3-2 on the season.--

By Greg Phipps


 

Boys’ lacrosse team earns first win

Stephen Ell continued his prolific scoring and Tim January chipped in as well to help the Peabody boys’ lacrosse team to their first win last Saturday. Ell notched four scores and January added four goals of his own as the Tanners ran past Merrimack, N.H., 16-8. In addition, Ryan Vinagro produced six points with a goal and five assists; Colby Therrien tallied three times while Mason Zeuli and Nick Patturelli each netted two goals. The Tanners improved to 1-5 with the victory.

 

   

Softball team edged by Rams

After two straight wins last week, the Peabody softball team fell short in a tight 2-1 Northeastern Conference (NEC) battle Monday at Lynn Classical. Tiana Dawe pitched a strong game for Peabody, which fell to 2-4 overall on the season. The only run for the Tanners came on Katelyn Thibodeau’s RBI single.

 

 

Boys’ track team rolls past Revere

Peabody boys’ track remained undefeated at 4-0 on the season with a convincing 100-34 triumph at NEC opponent Revere on Monday. First-place finishers for the Tanners were Moisse Irizarry in the 400 and high jump, Joe Farhat in the two-mile, Amisaday Quijano in the 100 meters, Will Aylward in the mile, Ramon Medrano in the 110 hurdles, Marc Alperen in the 800 meters, Patrick Pang in the shot put, Connor Ramos in the discus and Dariel Canola in the javelin event.

 

   

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