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Keating leads Knights into playoffs hot

NORTH ANDOVER — With the dream of a hat trick dancing in his head, Zach Keating admits his excitement may have overtaken him for a moment.

“I almost had that third (goal),” he said with a laugh. “I’m the only one on my line that doesn’t have a hat trick this season, and I may have gotten a little over excited. I may have been trigger happy.”

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Ends with tie

 

Methuen ended the regular season with a 2-2 tie against Newburyport. Senior goalie Kelan Mackey played well in net for Methuen (12-4-4), making 39 saves.

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Powerful line

 

Johnny Orlando had two goals and two assists and linemates Brendan Lincoln and Max Whitmyre had a goal and three assists as Pentucket (10-6-3) blanked Lynn Classical 4-0 for the title of the Newburyport Bank Tournament. Anthony Orlando got his second shutout and was named tourney MVP. Johnny Orlando and Ethan Dore were on the all-tourney team. 

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Hillies miss tournament

Haverhill got 31 points from Navin Cruz, but it wasn't enough as the Hillies fell to Somerville 63-61 to end the team's postseason hopes. Haverhill, who lost their last three straight, end the year 9-11 and miss the tournament by one game.

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Ends with win

 

Jenna Solimine led the way with 12 points as Haverhill's girls ended their season on a high note, whipping Somerville 67-42. "We played well — it was a good way to finish," said coach Melissa Tarpy. 

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Winner by Winship

 

Will Winship scored Central Catholic's last two goals in a 3-2 win over Malden Catholic in the semifinals of the Springfield Tournament. Eric Lester and Sean Brown both had a pair of assists for the Raiders (14-4-3), who had been 0-7 against Malden Catholic over the last nine years.

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MacRae leads Owls

Hunter MacRae had a pair of goals and an assist as Timberlane won its third game of the season, 6-2 over Sanborn.

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Dallion Dazzles

Freshman Dallion Johnson of Haverhill pumped in 22 points and nailed six 3-pointers for Phillips in a 69-67 loss to Deerfield.

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Red-hot Devils

 

Salem's hockey team won its eighth straight game, defeating Exeter 5-2 for the second time this year. Matt Pappalardo had a hat trick and added an assist for the Blue Devils (14-4-2) and Mitchell McGinn had a goal and three assists.

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Lawrence 67, Medford 34

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Central's Fay more than a blue-chip goalie

ROXBURY — Two athletes better known for their exploits in other endeavors won Division 2 state titles Sunday at the Reggie Lewis Track.
Central Catholic senior Amanda Fay, an All-Scholastic soccer goalie, won the shot put with a big 37-10.75 heave. North Andover senior Erick Duffy, one of the country’s top pole vaulters, cruised to the 55 meter hurdles title in 7.62 seconds. slicing 0.15 seconds off his own school record.
Fay smashed her previous career best of 35-6. She had a tremendous day with throws of (from first throw to last throw) 35-1, 34-0.75, 36-10.5,  37-2, 37-10.5 and 37-7.
She beat runner-up Vanessa Attaya of Billerica by over two feet.    
Coach Katie Andrade said, “Amanda had a great day today. She’s worked hard all season, both in the throws and the sprints, with placing at this meet as the ultimate goal. She definitely achieved that goal winning the shot and placing eighth in the 4x200. Amanda is so competitive, she never shied away from the prospect of having to PR big time in order to win.” 

Knights’ coach Steve Nugent said, “Just to put things in perspective, he pretty much practiced just one day this week. He vaulted and got 18 stitches in the face from the pole on Wednesday. Now he’s on an air plane to Spain with our Spanish Exchange. He’s just one of those special athletes.”
Duffy also anchored the second-place 4x200 team, which set a new school record. His teammates were Matt Manteiga, Tyler Glendon and Stephen Stabile.
Other highlights included Central’s Lukas Blythe grabbing third in the 300 and in the 4x400 with Greg Desrosiers, Jarod Gillis and Joe Howshan.
Central’s Sarah Freeman sped to a third in the mile in 5:14.95.

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Knights'Duffy rules, 18 stitches and all

OXBURY — Two athletes better known for their exploits in other endeavors won Division 2 state titles Sunday at the Reggie Lewis Track.
Central Catholic senior Amanda Fay, an All-Scholastic soccer goalie, won the shot put with a big 37-10.75 heave. North Andover senior Erick Duffy, one of the country’s top pole vaulters, cruised to the 55 meter hurdles title in 7.62 seconds. slicing 0.15 seconds off his own school record.
Fay smashed her previous career best of 35-6. She had a tremendous day with throws of (from first throw to last throw) 35-1, 34-0.75, 36-10.5,  37-2, 37-10.5 and 37-7.
She beat runner-up Vanessa Attaya of Billerica by over two feet.    
Coach Katie Andrade said, “Amanda had a great day today. She’s worked hard all season, both in the throws and the sprints, with placing at this meet as the ultimate goal. She definitely achieved that goal winning the shot and placing eighth in the 4x200. Amanda is so competitive, she never shied away from the prospect of having to PR big time in order to win.” 

Knights’ coach Steve Nugent said, “Just to put things in perspective, he pretty much practiced just one day this week. He vaulted and got 18 stitches in the face from the pole on Wednesday. Now he’s on an air plane to Spain with our Spanish Exchange. He’s just one of those special athletes.”
Duffy also anchored the second-place 4x200 team, which set a new school record. His teammates were Matt Manteiga, Tyler Glendon and Stephen Stabile.
Other highlights included Central’s Lukas Blythe grabbing third in the 300 and in the 4x400 with Greg Desrosiers, Jarod Gillis and Joe Howshan.
Central’s Sarah Freeman sped to a third in the mile in 5:14.95.

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Historic effort for Lawrence girls

ROXBURY — Lawrence had its best effort in at least the last 30 years at the State Division 1 girls track meet.

The Lancers scored 12 points, easily eclipsing its best effort since 1988. The next best were four points in 1999 and 2003. 

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Just two months into wrestling career, Pizzotti leads Windham to dominant state title

PETERBORO, N.H. — Just a few months ago, Victor Pizzotti had no intention of trying wrestling for the first time. Now, the Windham High senior is a state champion.

It took Pizzotti just 47 seconds to scored a pin at heavyweight. That closed out a run that saw Windham win the final three weight classes after already taking three of the first four of the finals to roll to a dominant victory as a team at the New Hampshire Division 2 State Meet at ConVal High School.

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Andover 28, Haverhill 10, Lawrence 0, Methuen 0

ROXBURY — Andover junior Owen Mosher upset heavily-favored Brookline senior Andrew Chabon to capture the Division 1 state 55-meter hurdles title Saturday.

Chabon beat Mosher in qualifying, 7.77-7.91, but Mosher came through in the finals in 7.87 while Chabon (8.04) struggled. It was another top day for the Andover hurdlers as Justin Mantrana took sixth and Graham Scott seventh.

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