School Sports Roundup: Lynn English baseball top Malden

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Jimenez picked up a win on the mound for the Bulldogs after starting and pitching four solid innings, allowing two runs on three hits with seven strikeouts. Alex MacMillan has scored in the last three innings, unable to walk on two hits with three strikes.

Lynn England (11-6) returned to action Saturday night (7) against Swampscott in the opening round of the Doug Mullins Memorial Tournament.

BASEBALL

Saugus 13, Everett 3 (F/6)

It was a 2-2 game over three innings, but Sachems exploded for six runs in the fourth and five more in the sixth to pull away and get the win.

Cam Soroko and Anthony Macone led Saugus ’offense that spread 15 hits on the day, with Macone going 2-for-4 with three and three RBIs and Soroko going 2-for-5 with three RBIs. Michael Howard was 1-for-3 with doubles and two RBIs, while Ryan Mabee (3-for-4), Nathan Ing (2-for-3), Ryan Anderson (2-for-4) and Drew Gardner (1) . -for-3, double) each one RBI.

And while the offense is big, pitching is also good for Sachems. Mabee got the start and won, going 4 1/3 innings and allowing two runs on two hits with six strikeouts. Anthony Macone made 2/3 of the inning and didn’t allow a hit, while Danny Zietz allowed one run on three hits in one work inning.

Saugus (9-10) closed the season on Saturday (4) with a rematch against Everett on Senior Day at World Series Park.

Lynn Tech 13, Minuteman 2

The Tigers bounced back with a big win Wednesday, led by two-RBI games from Ben Tartarini, Will McCafferty and Kolby Bucklin. Colni Newhall added one RBI, while Josh Celly and Wesley Morales each had two hits. Tyler Maynard and Mario Giordano each got one in those wins.

McCafferty picked up the win on the mound after striking out 10 over six innings, while Jared Paone pitched one inning relief. McCafferty now has 40 strikeouts in his last four games.

Lynn Tech (11-6) closes the regular season Friday morning (10) against Nashoba Tech at Fraser Field.

St. John’s Prep 11, Lawrence 7

The Eagles were led by Payton Palladino, who won 3-for-4 with two doubles and four RBIs in the win. Aidan Driscoll went 3-for-4 with two RBIs, while Tucker Larson went 2-for-3 with one scoring run.

St John’s Prep (11-7) hosts Chelmsford on Saturday (4).

Revere 4, Somerville 2

The game was tied 2-2 into the seventh inning before Kyle Cummings broke the tie with a double-double.

Chris Cassidy picked up the win on the mound in relief for the Patriots, with him and Mike Popp combining to allow two runs (no wins) on three hits.

Revere closes the regular season at 13-7 and now looks ahead to the upcoming Division 1 state tournament. The Patriots are currently the 57th -ranked team in the most recent MIAA power rankings.

Gloucester 7, Salem 2

Salem (1-14) hosts Tewksbury on Saturday (4).

SOFTBALL

Malden Catholic 13, Marblehead 1 (F/6)

The Magicians struggled on the field in Wednesday’s loss.

Grace Martin went all six rounds on the mound, allowing 13 runs – only six of them scored – on 10 hits with two strikeouts.

Martin (1-for-3), Dylan Kerble (1-for-2, run scoring), Annika Haley (1-for-3) and Caroline Brennan (1-for-1) each had one hit at a loss.

Marblehead (6-13) wrapped up the season Friday (4:30) at home against Saugus.

North Reading 21, Lynnfield 4

Lynnfield (6-12) closes the season Friday (3:45) on the road at Austin Prep.

BOYS LACROSSE

Saugus 10, Lynn 7

The Sachems celebrated Senior Night by retaliating for a double overtime loss to the Jets last week.

Prior to the game, Saugus honored a group of 10 seniors for their contributions to the program over the years.

Max Anajjar led Sachems with three goals, while Logan McGovern and Tyler Morley scored two goals. Nicky Rosa, Cam Zabroski and Matty Robbins each added one goal in the win.

Saugus wraps the season in 3-12.

Ryan Dunn led the way for the Jets with four goals, while Stephen Difilippo scored three goals.

Lynn closes the regular season at 8-6 and now looks ahead to the Division 1 state tournament. The Jets are currently the 46th -ranked team in the latest MIAA power rankings.

TENNIS girl

Lynnfield 3, Marblehead 2

The Pioneers and Magicians split their games in the finals of their respective seasons on Wednesday, with Lynnfield winning all three singles matches and Marblehead holding two doubles matches.

The winners of the day for the Pioneers were Paige Martino in the first singles (6-1, 6-3), Anna Radulski in the second singles (6-0, 6-0) and Genna Gioioso in the third singles (6-0, 6). -3).

Lynnfield wrapped up the regular season at 13-5 and currently appears in the Division 4 state tournament. The Pioneers are currently the 4th ranked team in the most recent MIAA power rankings.

For the Magicians, wins came from the teams of Ella Kramer and Courtney Yoder in the first doubles (6-2, 6-4) and the teams of Leah Schauer and Aviva Bornstein in the second doubles (6-2, 2-6, 10). -5).

Marblehead wrapped up the regular season at 12-6 and currently appear in the Division 2 state tournament. The Magicians are currently the 22nd-ranked team in the latest MIAA power rankings.