EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA

April 16, 2013

Final Score

The Eagle-Tribune

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Leah Chittick erupted for five goals and Erin Kelley added three tallies as shorthanded North Andover topped Winchester 12-9. Pam Coufos chipped in with a pair of scores for the Scarlet Knights.

Better late ...

Held without a run for seven innings, Brooks exploded for five in the eighth and downed St. Paul’s 5-1. Jillian D’Arrigo and Emma Goff each had two-run singles, Jill Doherty also plated a run and Sam Nestor kicked off the rally with a bunt single.

Doubling Dolan

Megan Dolan had doubles in the first and sixth innings and drove in four runs as Sanborn scored five runs in the first and six in the sixth in a 14-4 victory over Plymouth.

Sanchez sends ‘em home

With the game tied in the seventh inning and the bases loaded, Josie Sanchez blasted a grand slam to give Whittier a 17-13 walkoff victory over Lowell.

“There is no wall, but that was GONE!,” said Wildcats coach Cheryl Begin. “That must have been about 280 feet.”

Destiny Jordan had a key single and Cassey Glode tied it with an RBI single up the middle.

Nearly perfect

Londonderry’s girls tennis team gave up only one game in nine matches in a 9-0 romp over Manchester Central. Thus, the Lancers had a 72-1 advantage in games won.

Powerful Peralta

Elvis Peralta was 4 for 4, smashing two doubles and a triple and missing the “cycle” by about a foot as Lawrence ripped Malden 12-1.

Samuel Quirox got the win, striking out nine and allowing just three hits over five innings.

Devil of a rally

Kaitlyn Arsenault threw a complete-game six-hitter with seven strikeouts and no earned runs as Salem rallied with two runs in the bottom of the sixth to beat Bedford 3-1.

Seana Cloutier had two hits, a run and an RBI for the Blue Devils.

Amazing Abby

Abby Galloway-Burke scored seven goals, had three assists and 11 draw controls as Methuen whipped Malden 21-7 in girls lacrosse.

Clutch Bobo

Bobo Carpenter of North Reading scored four goals to lift Austin Prep to an 8-6 win over Hamilton-Wenham in boys lacrosse.