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Back in action

After missing the first six weeks of the season due to injury, Elizabeth Welch has returned to the Phillips girl's hockey lineup and has five points in her first two games back. Her three-point night on Saturday helped Phillips earn a 4-1 win over St. Mark's.

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Pappalardo heroics

With 22 seconds left in regulation in a tie game, Salem's Sebastian Farah created a turnover in the neutral zone and fed a nice pass to Ryan Pappalardo. The freshman skated into the zone and fired a shot from the top of the circle that beat the Trinity goalie top shelf and gave the Blue Devils a 3-2 victory.

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Curley nets 100th point

Methuen/Tewksbury's Carolyn Curley got a breakaway chance in the third period and fired home a goal to notch the 100th point of her career. After that goal, she potted two more over the final minutes to help the Red Rangers earn an 8-2 win. Eighth-grader Michelle Kosmaul saw some time in goal and made four saves.

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Pinkerton bowling takes second

The Pinkerton bowling team earned the No. 1 seed in a four-team meet after rolling a collective 1,559 in the first round, and the Astros advanced to the finals against No. 2 Sanborn after beating No. 4 Winnacunnet in the semis. But the Indians pulled out the meet victory, beating Pinkerton in three games (134-142, 152-120, 142-140.

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Hillies pull upset

Thanks to a four-goal third period, the Haverhill boys hockey team pulled a big upset, 5-2, over Tewksbury (7-4-1). The Hillies (2-8-0) got a pair of goals from Seth Robinson and a solid 26-save performance from Shane Corbett.

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Warrior heartbreak

For 44 minutes and 45 seconds, Andover girls hockey had kept Shrewsbury's electric goal-scorer Delaney Couture off the score sheet. But with 15 seconds remaining in a tie game, the Providence College commit found the back of the net to give Shrewsbury the 2-1 win.

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The killer C's

Central Catholic got goals from Casey Jackson and Colleen McAnespie to earn its third win of the season, 2-1, over Cambridge. Julie Thing mad 13 saves.

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Sachems keep rolling

Liv Cross poured in a game-high 18 points to lift Pentucket to its seventh straight victory, 57-20, over Notre Dame (Hingham).

 

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Timberlane 1, Haverhill 0

 

PLAISTOW — There was, once again, little drama Saturday at the Timberlane Invitational.

The Owls won their own tournament for the seventh straight year and 28th time in 30 years, and in resounding fashion, finishing with 264 points, far ahead of runner-up Southington, Conn. (161.5). Haverhill (114) was fourth and the Timberlane B team was 10th in the 19-team field.

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Sachems set records

The Pentucket boys track team set two school records at Saturday's Division 4 relays. The team of Jack Clohisy, Anthony Accardi, Liam Murray and Nick Murphy finished third overall in the 4x400 (3:37.12), and the team of Jake Dickson, Keagan O'Keefe and Jake Murray broke the school mark in the long jump (53-0). Both previous school records were set in 2015.

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McLaughlin stays hot

 

Pinkerton sophomore 182-pounder Sterling McLaughlin remained red-hot winning all four times he wrestled at the rugged Springfield Duals.  Walker Stinson (113) and David Hammond (120) were also 4-0 for the Astros, who won one of four meets.

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Wins keep coming for Govs

Winless five years ago, Governor's Academy wrestling is enjoying a banner year, as the team swept its quad-meet on Saturday to improve to 13-2 on the season. Jin Kwon, Amy Liu, Mitch West, Luke Bellacini, Jun Kwon, Albert Cha, Aurian Zarrineh and Dave Hurlin all went 3-0 against Milton Academy, St. Sebastian's and Eagle Hill.

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Reggies on upswing

 

Greater Lawrence only won once in a home quad-meet but the Reggies wrestled well and one of their two losses was by just two points to Billerica. Aden Ranno (120), Ader Mezidor (160), Christian Hernandez (170) and Malib Pastrana (195/220) were all 3-0 on the day for the Reggies.

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Marino wins 100th

 

 Windham senior Vinny Marino was 4-0 at 126 and 132 pounds to give him 100 wins for his career but it was otherwise a tough day for the Jaguars, who fell to Keene, Hampten Charter, Shawsheen and North Attleboro. Sophomore Hunter Tornquist and junior Riley Millette were both 3-1.

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Rangers-Knights skate to tie

It was a shootout, but nobody prevailed in North Andover's 5-5 tie against Methuen. Matt Lucy had three goals for the Knights, while the Rangers had five different goal scorers including Connor O'Malley. Both goalies, Methuen's Devin Coonradt and North Andover's Jack Walsh, made 23 saves.

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