Central Catholic wins Collins-McIntyre meet
Central Catholic swept both the boys’ and the girls’ titles Saturday at the 52d annual Collins-McIntyre Andover Invitational.
The Raiders were easy winners on the day, with the boys finishing with 69 points, well ahead of second-place Newton South’s 46 1/2 points. The girls beat host Andover, finishing with 73 points to the Golden Warriors’ 54.
The Central Catholic girls had three individual winners, with senior Lanie Jowett taking the mile in 5 minutes, 16.63 seconds, sophomore Katie Equi the 400 hurdles in 1:07.6, and sophomore Kylie Regan the 800 in 2:17.50. In addition, the Lawrence school won the 4 x 800 relay in 9:55. Central also took second in the 4 x 400 behind Lexington, and fourth in the 4 x 100.
For the boys, Central earned just one individual win, from senior Devon Lattrell in the javelin with a throw of 168 feet, but cleaned up in the relays. Central won the 4 x 100 (43.26) and the 4 x 400 (3:34.95), and was fifth in the 4 x 800 behind event winner Andover. Contributing points for Central were Ryan Doherty (fifth in javelin, third in shot put); Ryan Daigle (second in discus); Matt Fenlon (third in pole vault); Jeremy Zannini (third in 110 hurdles); and Alex Dehullu (second in 400 hurdles).
In other events, the Billerica girls were strong in the field with Stephanie White winning the shot put in 38-4, and the discus in 112-9, and Jess Turinese the javelin in 112-7. Weymouth’s Khary Bailey-Smith broke the meet record in the high jump, winning at 7-0. Newton South’s Kyra Visnick also set a meet record, clearing 38-0 1/2 in the triple jump. Peabody’s Nick Christensen set a meet record in the mile, finishing in 4:23.60.
Franklin 11, Catholic Memorial 2 - Brendan Skidmore went 4 for 4 and hit a grand slam for the third-ranked Panthers (13-1).
Xaverian 5, Bishop Hendricken 4 - Junior catcher Alex Person drilled a single in the bottom of the seventh to drive in senior Ty Campo with the winning run, lifting Xaverian to 7-7.
Pentucket 2, North Reading 0 - Senior lefthander John Simard scattered two hits over seven innings to power the Sachems (8-5).
Hingham 18, North Quincy 2 - Junior righthander Evan Flanagan collected 10 strikeouts and allowed two runs and six hits to lead the Harbormen (8-3). Flanagan also knocked in three runs.
Lincoln-Sudbury 10, Whitman-Hanson 0 - Senior designated hitter Michael Piggins was 2 for 3 with three RBIs to power the Warriors (12-2).
Mystic Valley 5, Whittier 1 - Senior Pat Holden went the distance, striking out 11, for visiting Mystic Valley (10-4, 6-3 Commonwealth).
Watertown 3, Wakefield 2 - Senior Giovanni Ortiz hit a go-ahead two-run double for the Raiders (8-8).
Tilton 18, Proctor 1 - Anthony Flaherty had two hits and three RBIs, while Alex Lebowitz blasted a grand slam in the win. Freshman John Witkowski tossed a complete game, giving up five hits while striking out 11.
Masconomet 4, Haverhill 2 - Joe Klingensmith hit a grand slam in the fourth inning to lift the host Chieftains (8-5).
Reading 8, Winchester 1 - Senior Nicole Nelson was 2 for 4 with a double, triple, and four RBIs to power the Rockets (8-6).
Matignon 7, Bishop Fenwick 1 - The visiting Warriors (6-6) kept their tournament hopes alive, thanks to senior Eileen Bergin’s seven-hitter.
Governor’s Academy 12, Worcester Academy 0 - Amy Dupere pitched a five-inning no-hitter for Governor’s.
New Bedford 14, Bishop Stang 2 - Junior Alexis DeBrosse went 2 for 3 with three RBIs for the Whalers (10-4).
Milford 14, Westboro 1 - Shannon Smith pitched her sixth no-hitter of the season for the Scarlet Hawks (14-0) in the opening round of the fifth Milford Softball Showdown. Smith allowed an unearned run in the first, struck out 13, walked none, and went 3 for 5 with a three-run homer and five RBIs.
Reading 13, Lexington 5 - Junior attack Mark Dente had three goals and one assist to power the Rockets (12-3).
Rivers 8, Belmont Hill 5 - Senior Sam Bloomstone recorded 14 saves and sophomore Collin Orr won 10 faceoffs to lead the Red Wings (9-4, 8-3 ISL).
St. Mary’s 11, Marian 9 - Senior attack Stephen Poliskey netted four goals and added two assists to lift the visiting Spartans (5-8).
Georgetown 12, Bedford 10 - Mike Gochakowski had six goals and Ben Warren had two goals and four assists in the win by the visiting Royals.
Governor’s Academy 4, St. Sebastian’s 3 - In a battle of ISL unbeatens, junior Tate Jozokos scored two goals and goalie Nick Baxter made nine saves to lead the Govs, who improved to 10-0 in the league.
Winchester 21, Belmont 14 - Junior midfielder Megan Hennessey netted six goals and recorded six assists to help the Sachems improve to 15-1.
Reading 16, Lexington 6 - Senior Becky Matheson had six goals and four assists and classmate Christine Johnson had five goals and two assists as the visiting Rockets improved to 12-3.
Duxbury 16, Barrington (R.I.) 10 - Senior midfielder Molly Zaverucha netted four goals to power the Green Dragons.
Arlington Catholic 16, Essex Aggie 4 - Junior attack Erin Lordan and sophomore attack Megan Messuri each had three goals and an assist to power the Cougars (11-6).
Swampscott 15, St. Mary’s 7 - Jesse DePaulo scored seven goals in the Big Blue victory.