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North Andover senior Kim Crucioli had her second straight superb game in a 5-0 win over Billerica, striking out 10 without walking a batter while scattering six hits. Sophomore Dahlia Decologero had three hits, including a triple, stole two bases and scored twice.
Big Mac Attack
Lauren MacGregor captured the 100 meters (13.41) and triple jump (34-10.5) to help lift Salem past Concord 76-68.
Pinkerton posted a rare scoreless second half to rally from a 9-5 deficit for a 12-9 win over Bedford. Erin Coutts and Maggie McCarthy each had three goals on the day and Chevy Collins spearheaded the defense.
Jonathan Pierce drove in all three runs in Methuen’s 3-2 win over Tewksbury. He stroked a two-run single in the first inning and a RBI double in the third.
Doing it all
Sophomore Kayla Riley hurled a two-hitter and also went 3 for 3 with three RBIs and three runs to lead Whittier over Notre Dame of Tyngsboro 14-2.
100th for Smith
Jason Smith won his 100th game as head coach of Methuen in a 10-1 win over Lawrence. Sophomore Kayleigh Forgetta picked up the win with a five-hitter, striking out six, and freshman Kathleen LeFebre hit a two-run homer.
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Haverhill scored the go-ahead run in the top of the seventh but Central Catholic pulled out a 6-5 win on a throwing error, two walks and a William Martin RBI suicide squeeze. The ensuing overthrow at the plate brought in Pat Gleason for the winning run.