Cornell senior Lindsey Patterson of Atkinson tied for seventh at the Heptagonal Championship by pole vaulting 11-6.5. The week before she placed second at the Big Red Invitational with a 12-2.5, good for fourth all-time at the school.
This winter she vaulted 12-5.5, which is also fourth on the school’s indoor list. That also broke her previous career best, the area record 12-5 she vaulted in 2009 at Timberlane.
Seniors Jonathan Hartman of Derry (athletic training) and Mike Miller of North Andover (football) were among the Plymouth State Panther award winners for those who best represent the school on the field, in the classroom and in the community.
Basketball star Nicole Boudreau of Andover was named BC’s Female Freshman Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Women’s hockey All-American sophomore Alex Carpenter of North Reading won the Athletic Achievement Award.
Junior Andrew Lebowitz of Andover was named St. Anselm’s Defensive Lineman of the Year. He notched 48 tackles including six for a loss.
Area freshmen Casey Anderson of Derry, Jill Bolduc of Methuen and Central Catholic and Christina Fang of Andover are rowing for Simmons. Bolduc was on the first boat which won the Clark Invitational.
Another local trio is starring for the Sharks’ tennis team, which qualified for the NCAA Tourney. Meghan Cokely of Haverhill went 14-5 in singles, mostly at third singles, and 11-7 in first doubles. Rachael Downey of Groveland went 7-7 at fourth singles and a sizzling 13-2 in second doubles. Casey Gilman of Hampstead was 5-1 playing fourth to sixth singles.
Rivier junior middle hitter Terence Matatall of Danville (first team) and Lasell senior outside hitter Alex Mill also of Danville (third team) earned All-GNAC honors in volleyball. They were teammates at Timberlane.
Zach Mathieu of Derry leads 33-17 Franklin Pierce with a .345 batting average, .557 slugging average, .450 on-base percentage, 47 runs and six homers.