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Saugus-Peabody wrestling team wins three of four

The Saugus-Peabody wrestling team continues to surge, picking up three out of the last four matches. It is 13-5 after 18 matches.

The team beat Wilmington, 48-30. Peabody-Saugus winners were:

132: Elias Diaz of Saugus, decision, over Braedon Almas, 9-4.

138: Max Lorusso of Saugus over Mason Kwiatkowski, 3:35.

144: Michael Maraio of Peabody over Theodore Bryson, 0:46.

157: Sam Lorusso of Saugus over Joshua Jarbeau, 0:43.

175: Freddy Espinal of Peabody over Evan Woltag, 1:59.

285: Antonio Anzalone of Peabody, decision, over Clyde Lambert, 3-2.


Saugus topped Northeast Metro Tech/Bishop Fenwick, 51-24

  Peabody-Saugus winners were:

113: Jackson Deleidi of Peabody over Eric Esmureria, 1:04.

126: Landon Rodriguez of Peabody over Michael Hernandez Giron, 2:49.

132: Diaz of Saugus over Nicholas Valley, 3:34.

138: Max Lorusso of Saugus over Nicholas Lopez, 3:17.

144: Maraio of Peabody over Ray Kochanski, 1:58.

150: Justin Bremberg of Saugus over Drew Leblanc, 1:09.

165: Luke Calder of Saugus, decision, over Seamus Quinn, 9-1.

175: Espinal of Peabody over Tyler Connolly, 1:49.


Saugus handled Canton, 55-12

  Peabody-Saugus winners were:

106: Camdyn Lanning of Peabody over Braeden Ayers, 0:43.

120: Deleidi of Peabody over Jacob George.

126: Rodriguez of Peabody over Lucas Le, 1:41.

132: Diaz of Saugus, decision, over Matthew Morin, 5-0.

138: Max Lorusso of Saugus over Kyle Kane, 1:16.

157: Sam Lorusso of Saugus over Tiernan Ritson, 1:56.

165: Calder of Saugus, major decision, over Seamus Brown, 14-3.

175: Espinal of Peabody over Danny Harn, 1:43.

285: Anzalone of Peabody over James Podgurksi, 1:33.

The only loss for Saugus-Peabody in the past week came to Beverly, 42-23.

“Beverly will finish as the NEC champs this year and are a top dual meet team in the state,” Saugus-Peabody coach Wayne Moda said. “We went in still banged up, sitting three starters and needing to drop some JVs into the lineup. Planning for this meet weeks ago, I felt we matched up well and had a shot. But with our recent injuries, it was pretty clear that it was going to be an uphill battle. I was proud of the effort our new guys put out on the mat even though it wasn’t the result they wanted.”

Peabody-Saugus winners were:

120: Deleidi of Peabody, decision, over Liam Donnelly, 7-3.

126: Rodriguez of Peabody, decision, over Johnny Michaud, 9-4.

132: Diaz of Saugus, major decision, over Carter Lang, 15-2.

138: Max Lorusso of Saugus, major decision, over Jackson Skaza, 17-7.

150: Bremberg of Saugus, decision, over Jayden Santos, 3-2.

157: Sam Lorusso of Saugus over Kasey Nako, 3:18.


Saugus boys and girls track teams split meet with Winthrop

The Saugus girls track team fell to Winthrop, 46-35. Saugus’ Destiny Okoye won the high jump and placed third in the 50-yard dash. The Saugus girls swept the shotput with Sara Rovcanin taking first, Aly Mabee taking second and Angie Lopez taking third.

Lopez also took first in the 300-meter; Sydney Ferreira gained another point with a third-place in the 300-meter. Tori Carter got third in the 600-meter; Mara Faiella and Ashely Rezendes took second and third in the 1,000-meter, respectively. Susie Recupero rounded out the scoring by taking second place in the mile.

The Saugus boys topped Winthrop, 45-38. The meet came down to a relay. Connor Bloom won the high jump with Shane Bourque taking second. In shotput, Koby Jette took second, and George McGovern got third. Roberto Morales-Garay got the boys’ solo point in the boys hurdles.

Kaeleb Mathieu and Kalebe Mendes took first and third in the 50-yard dash, respectively. Bourque got first in the 300-meter while Alex Modini took third in the same race. Ryan Laws and George McGovern rounded out second- and third-place finishes in the 600-meter; Kason Imbrogna got the first-place spot in the 1,000-meter run. Cameron Marchand took first place in the mile run, and Nicolas DeRosa took third in the same race. Finishing the meet with their best splits of the season in the 4×400 relay were Bourque, Ryan Laws, Conor Bloom and Cam Marchand, winning the relay and thus winning the meet for the boys.


Saugus girls basketball team splits

Saugus (6-3) beat Swampscott, 41-31, and fell to Beverly, 46-29. “It was a hard-fought game against a well-coached Swampscott team,” Saugus coach Joe Lowe said.

Peyton DiBiasio led the way with 15 points. Ashleen Escobar added 10 points, and Taylor Deleidi dropped nine. Saugus had a great defensive effort by Madi Femino and Madison Botta.


Peabody-Saugus hockey team earns tie

Peabody-Saugus boys hockey tied Pentucket, 3-3. Peabody sophomore goalie Evan Tybinkowski had 29 saves. Senior captain Ryan Jones of Saugus had a goal and an assist. Peabody junior Tyson Higgins had two assists. Saugus freshman Artie O’Leary and Peabody senior captain Michael Ryan each had a goal.

“We played hard and physical the entire way,” Peabody-Saugus coach Jason Marshall said, “but just came up short at the end with a couple of mistakes costing us in the long run.”

Peabody-Saugus fell to Swampscott, 4-3. The Tanners trailed 3-0 after one and made a nice comeback.

“For the Swampscott game, we started out very slow in the first,” Marshall said. “After turning it on in the second and third we were able to make it a close game, but were unable to finish the comeback.”

Peabody sophomore Brandon Berone, O’Leary and Saugus senior Dominic Chianca had the goals. Berone had two assists, and Chianca and senior defenseman and captain Trevor Pacheco added one assist apiece.

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