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Adler, Chapman set records for Beverly girls track

The Salem News Fri May 21, 2010, 12:31 AM EDT


beverly 79, salem 41: With their careers winding down, it was somehow fitting that Monica Adler and Millie Chapman set school records yesterday against rival Salem.

Adler, who is headed for Dartmouth next season, established her record in the 800 with a 2:12.1. Meanwhile, Chapman, who will be going to Yale, set a new school mark in the mile with 5:01.4.

With all they’ve put into it over the years, they’re both well deserving, Beverly (6-1) coach Dave Jellerson said of Adler and Chapman. I couldn’t be happier for them.

Kate Mahoney was also impressive for the Panthers with a first in the discus (5:01.4). For Salem, Jasmine Bryant collected three wins (triple jump, high jump and 200 meter dash) as the Witches fell to 4-3. Desiree DeLeon (100) and Barbara Guzman (100 meter high hurdles) finished first, while freshman Katie Panneton finished third in the discus with a personal best of 83-5 feet.


swampscott 5, saugus 0: The undefeated Big Blue (14-0) tuned up for today’s NEC showdown against Peabody with yet another dominating performance. Kara Gilberg (6-0, 6-1), Tatum Pederson (6-3, 6-1) and Mara Gabe (6-0, 6-0) handled the singles while Kate Hall-Rita Tsokanis (6-1, 6-0) and Kelsey O’Brian-Shannon Toner (6-1, 6-0) took care of the doubles. Swampscott hopes to have No.

1 singles player Jen Cleary (foot injury) back for today.

Peabody 5, Lynn English 0: Emily Athas (6-0, 6-0) remains undefeated on the season (15-0), while Alaina Warren (6-1, 6-0) and Sarah Athas (6-0, 6-1) also won in straight sets. The teams of Kerrianne O’Brien/Kayli Lohman and Erica Reeves/Erin Korslund continued the Tanners’ (12-3) dominance.


Beverly 5, sALEM 0: A.J. Wytychoski won at first singles, 7-6 (7-3), 6-2 to help power Beverly (13-2). Matt Bourque (6-0, 6-0) and Steve Norton (6-2, 6-0) also won in singleswhile Marc Miranda and Adam Capudilupo (6-3, 6-4), as well as Andy Katzenstein and Hector Rodriguez (6-1, 6-4) prevailed in doubles.

malden catholic 3, danvers 2: The Falcons (10-7) got wins from No. 2 singles Matt Arias (6-0, 6-4) and the first doubles team of Kevin McManus-Mike DeSantis (6-3, 7-6).

Peabody 4, Lynn English 1: The Tanners improved to 10-4 after singles victories by Cody Famiglietti (6-0, 6-2), Mike Warren (6-0, 6-0) and Matt Remon (4-6, 6-3, 6-2). The doubles team of brothers Sean and Ryan McGlone also won, 6-0, 6-1.

Hamilton-Wenham 4, Masconomet 1: Noah Hebert (4-6, 7-5, 6-1) fought off a match point to capture first singles, with Stuart Rowe (6-4, 6-4) notching the other singles win for the Generals (11-0). The duos of David Rowe-Jack Lebel (6-3, 6-1) and Chris Young-Spencer Collins (7-6, 6-0) rounded out the victory.

Concord-Carlisle 4, St. John’s Prep 1: The Eagles (12-2) had their hands full with the two-time defending state champs, with Brad Noyes (6-3, 6-3) picking up the team’s only win.

Swampscott 5, saugus 0: Val Temin (6-2, 6-2), Henry Willets (4-6, 6-4, 6-4) and Matt Gilberg (6-3, 6-3) won singles matches, while Josh Lunder/Sam Crimmins (6-0, 6-3) and Jeremy Rosen/Ben Friedman (6-1, 6-4) swept doubles for the Big Blue (10-5).


Austin Prep 2, Fenwick 0: Lauren Kilp tossed a one-hitter and struck out 17 to lead Austin Prep. Merideth Ross had a single in the second inning to account for the only hit for the Crusaders (7-9). Taylor Ahearn, who allowed just five hits, took the loss for Bishop Fenwick.

danvers 9, masco 1: Sophomore Taylor-Marie Dullea yielded just two hits and striking out four for the 11-4 Falcons. Alicia Dean was 2-for-2 offensively with a pair of RBI; Sam DiBella was 2-for-3 with two RBI; Janelle Saggese was 2-for-3 with a run; Hannah Demirdogen had three hits and Gabby Vega had a hit and two RBI.

Beverly 5, Revere 4: Allie Murray (2 hits) scored the winning run with two outs in the bottom of the sixth on a double by Jenna Lovasco (RBI). Marina Babcock (RBI) and Jenn Gallione (one run scored) added two hits apiece. Sarah Pezzulo pitched seven innings, allowing two earned runs on five hits with five strikeouts for the Panthers (7-9).

Ipswich 8, Rockport 2: Jena Woodworth’s two-run double in the top of the sixth inning proved to be the deciding factor for the Tigers (6-8). Liz Glavin knocked in three runs on four hits, while Woodworth and Rachel Glaubitz each had three hits. Katie Glaubitz fought off control problems to earn the win and Kelly Michael stood out on defense.

lynn classical 3, salem 2: Rachel Channen had an RBI double but the Witches (12-5) could not hold onto a 2-1 fourth inning lead. Starting pitcher Sarah Chasse did not allow an earned run or a walk and struck out six.


pingree 10, landmark 0: Pingree advanced in the New England Prep School Small tourney behind pitchers Jack Whelan and Luis Rodriguez, who combined for a five-inning no-hitter. Brian Rogers was 2 for 3, Nick Antenucci was 2 for 2 with an RBI, Chase Goodwin had two hits and two RBI and Kevin St. Pierre had a pair of sacrifice flies.

MARBLEHEAD 9, REVERE 0: Evan Comeau picked up the win and drove in three runs for Marblehead (7-8).

NO. READING 2, IPSWICH 0: Will Corkum’s complete game three-hitter went for naught as the Tigers (6-10) were unable to score. He walked only one and allowed just one earned run with five strikeouts and just 73 pitches thrown. John Eldridge and Ben Clasby had the Ipswich hits.

Masconomet 1, Andover 0: Evan Bunker scored the game-winning run on a double steal in the late innings. Braden Kowalski pitched a complete game shutout to power the Chieftains as they raised their record to 15-0.

Swampscott 2, Saugus 1: Senior Alex Patkin hit a solo homer in the bottom of the first inning to power the Big Blue (4-12). Starting pitcher Nick Meninno did not allow an earned run in 6 1/3 innings and Rob Faia struck out two batters in relief with two runners in scoring position in the bottom of the seventh.

Bishop Fenwick 6, Austin Prep 2: The Crusaders (14-5) clinched a share of the CCL championship for the second consecutive season. Michael LaChance (6-1) pitched seven strong innings, allowing six hits with six strikeouts. David Ruggiero powered the Fenwick offense with three hits and three RBI.

Danvers 7, Winthrop 2: Kyle Larson led the way with two RBI on two hits as the Falcons improved to 12-4. Nick Gikas had a hit and two RBI while Zach Ryan and Scott Hovey each had an RBI. Greg Ladd earned the win after allowing five hits and striking out four in seven innings.

Lynnfield 10, Hamilton-Wenham 0: Jake Prince stood out on the mound with five strikeouts in three innings of relief, but the Generals (5-9) could not mount any offense. Prince, Ryan Ropes, Pat Twomey, and Jim Love collected one hit apiece.

Salem 6, lynn classical 3: Sean Linehan pitched a complete game with no walks and six strikeouts and also drove in three runs on two hits. Raphy Medrano collected three hits and two RBI to help the Witches (10-6) clinch a state tournament berth.


bc High 12, Peabody 1: Greg Celantano scored the only goal for Peabody, coming in the first half. Goalie J.P. Ouelette finished with 19 saves for the Tanners, who fell to 5-11.

Aaron McGill played a solid defensive game.

ham-wenham 17, tewks. 3: The Generals (12-4) had 11 different scorers, led by Zach Gaucher, Drew Erdman and Anthony Sabatini, all of whom had three goals in a game that enabled coach Jimmy LaSelva to utilize everyone.

marblehead 8, danvers 4: Jess Lipkind led the Magicians’ (12-4) offense with four goals and an assist, while Jacob Maselek, Sam Tenney, Pat Grady (1 assist), and Matt Evans each chipped in a goal. Ellery Smith also had three assists while Matt O’Neil made eight saves in net.


ham-wenham 16, pentucket 13: Louisa del Rio collected six goals for H-W (11-4) while Cyrena Shiland added three goals, Kelsey Stone also chipped in three goals while Colleen Murphy had two goals. Abby Hughes had a goal and an assist and Josie Trustey also went 1-1. Netminder Morgan Kimball finished with eight saves.

Salem 16, Gloucester 12: Lauren Schaejbe and Sophie Wyke powered the Witches’ (3-12) offensive explosion with five goals each. Audrey Wyke contributed three goals and three assists, while Holbrook Phelan tallied 12 saves in net and Sarah Jinks played well defensively.


Beverly 88, Salem 47: Ryan Flannery (400 meters and high jump), George Kallas (shotput and discus), and George Louis (long jump and 100 meter dash) won two events apiece to lead the Panthers (6-1). For the Witches (4-3), Steve Trainor (mile), Ben Dibble (400 hurdles and triple jump), Chris Bozarjian (400 meters), and Carlos Rijker (400) all qualified for the state meet.

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