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School roundup

No. 3 Hawks are quick to pounce in latest triumph

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Globe Correspondent / April 30, 2008

Although most high school games were canceled because of cold, rainy weather yesterday, Andover and Xaverian hooked up in a heated boys' lacrosse battle at Andover. Xaverian came out on top, 12-7, after rifling off quick goals to begin both halves.

No. 3 Xaverian (9-2) struck first as Chris Rigoli and Mark Whalen netted unassisted tallies in the opening minute and the Hawks were ahead, 3-1, by the end of the first quarter. No. 13 Andover cut the lead to 4-3 when Matt Erikson connected on a Brendan Hughes pass. But Xaverian pulled away on goals from Garrett Buckley and James Vickery to go ahead, 6-3, by halftime.

The Hawks opened the second half with another pair of punches, bumping the advantage to 8-3 off goals from Rigoli.

"It's really something that we have worked on, starting the game quickly and starting the second half quickly," said Xaverian coach Tim Gardner.

Catholic Central: Dan Williams, Joe Bendenza, and Brogan O'Hara combined for 10 goals to lift Arlington Catholic over Bishop Fenwick, 13-8.

Catholic Conference: Seniors Alex Shipp and Brian Dole had two goals and an assist apiece in BC High's 7-2 victory over Catholic Memorial.

Dual County: Tyngsboro defeated Newton South, 8-2, behind Bob Keohane's four goals and Tyler Lorman's 16 saves.

Nonleague: Nick Martone scored four times to lead Belmont past Bedford, 15-6 . . . Lowell routed Reading, 12-2, behind Greg Demetriou's seven goals.

Girls' lacrosse
Bay State:
Sophomore Moira Barry scored four goals and had two assists in Framingham's 17-5 victory over Brookline.

Catholic Central: Bridget Dullea scored six goals and added an assist in Bishop Fenwick's 12-11 win over Arlington Catholic.

Nonleague: Jennifer Pino scored four goals and Caroline Barclay added two goals and an assist in North Andover's 7-7 tie with Reading.

Patriot: Colleen Mulligan contributed four goals and four assists, and sisters Brittany and Caitlyn Segalla teamed up for six goals and two assists to lead Hanover past Pembroke, 12-11.

Globe correspondent Andrew Melchiorri contributed to this report.

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