URI freshman Nick Fairweather of Windham had his top college effort in his final event of the fall. At the 12-team, 72-player Wolfpack Collegiate hosted by N.C. State, Fairweather tied for 24th (74-73-74—221).
Freshman Lanie Jowett of Atkinson and Central Catholic placed 102nd (23:26/6:18 mile pace) at the 219-runner Princeton Invitational.
Her former high school teammate, sophomore Nicolette Pelrine of Methuen, also runs for the Rams.
Peters leads defense
Senior defender Caitlin Peters, a tri-captain from Salem, repeated as the Commonwealth Coast Conference Defensive MVP in women’s soccer. The three-time first-team All-CCC defender helped limit Endicott foes to just 0.59 goals a game. She also scored one goal.
Ashley Mueskes is a reserve freshman midfielder from Georgetown.
Sophomore defender Jed Magnusson of Kingston, a two-year starter, was second on Endicott in minutes played. The Gulls were second in the league in fewest goals allowed.
Senior Jennifer Dickerson of Windham and Austin Prep was a member of the cross country team.
Freshman Savannah Deady of Andover went 3-0 in doubles for the CCC champion women’s tennis team.
Freshman Jackie Cone of Salem (1.59 kills/1.24 digs per set) is a starting outside hitter for the Endicott volleyball team.
Senior receiver Jimmy Nguyen of Methuen and Central Catholic (31 catches, 326 yards), part-time starting junior offensive lineman Casey McDonnell of Plaistow, junior receiver Nick Imprescia of North Andover and Central Catholic (1 catch), sophomore defensive back Luke Somers of Hampstead and freshman receiver Fred Scribner of Andover are playing for the 7-2 Gulls football team.
UNH senior Keely Maguire of Georgetown won the America East Championship at UNH’s 5K College Woods course. Her 16:33.48 missed the course record by two seconds.
UNH junior Cayla Pellegrini of Derry placed 20th in 17:40.81.
Georgetown senior Kirsten Kasper of North Andover placed 17th in a field of 126 at the Big East Championships. She averaged a 5:46 mile (21:30.24) at the Van Cortlandt Park course in the Bronx. The defending national champion Hoyas won the meet for the first time since 2001.