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Patriots blast past Polar Bears.

COLUMN: BOYS' ROUNDUP

BASEBALL

Burncoat 10, North 2

Junior shortstop Kevin Prendiville drove in two runs and senior left fielder Barry McNamara added an RBI single as the Patriots scored five runs in the bottom of the first and went on to win.

Dan Lugo went 2 for 3 with an RBI for Burncoat (1-4, 1-2 Inter-High).

Drew Kane and Max Holy each had two hits for the Polar Bears (1-4, 0-2).

Millbury 6, Northbridge 3

Senior first baseman Paul Dileo hit a two-run homer to right-center field to spark a five-run third inning as the host Woolies (3-4) upset the 10th-ranked Rams (7-1).

Sophomore center fielder Buck Richards hit a two-run double in the fifth, and sophomore pitcher Joe Franchi added an RBI triple for Millbury.

First baseman Craig Begigian led Northbridge with two doubles and a RBI, and shortstop Tyler Bennett had two singles.

David Prouty 3, Uxbridge 1

Senior designated hitter Pat Fahey was 2 for 3 with a RBI single, a double and run for the visiting Panthers.

Junior right fielder Tyler Keyes drove in Fahey with a single in the fifth inning for David Prouty (3-5).

Senior center fielder Nate Forsythe was 3 for 3 with a double and scored the run for Uxbridge (5-1).

Littleton 6, Murdock 3

Sophomore Greg Moodie struck out seven and allowed just three hits in his first varsity start as the host Tigers won a Mid-Wach D game.

Littleton (2-3, 2-1) scored three runs in the sixth inning to pull away.

The Blue Devils are 0-4, 0-3.

Hopedale 11, North Brookfield 4

Catcher Dan Julian hit a three-run triple to lead the visiting Blue Raiders in a Dual Valley Conference game.

Craig Allen had two singles and two RBIs for Hopedale (3-4, 3-1).

Junior Brian Allen hit a two-run double in the first inning for North Brookfield (0-3, 0-3).

Bay Path 11, St. Mary's 4

The visiting Minutemen (3-2) scored nine unearned runs after Tim Brayton's RBI single in the second inning delivered Steve Renaud with the game's first run.

Aaron Going was 2 for 2 with a run for the Eagles (0-3).

LACROSSE

Algonquin 9, Wachusett 8

The Tomahawks scored twice in the final four minutes to escape with a road win.

Mike Araujo led Algonquin (5-1) with five goals while Bill Mason added two.

Senior Ryan Johnson scored four goals, and Kevin Frechette, J.D. Georger each scored twice for the Mountaineers (3-2).

Gr.-Dunst. 11, St. Peter-Marian 6

Senior co-captain Steve Espinola scored three goals, and teammate Andrew Keavany added two as the Crusaders (4-1) won at home.

Mark Pappas had three goals for the Guardians (2-3).

Leominster 7, Northbridge 5

Senior Matt Booth scored three goals and Aaron Woodford added two more as the visiting Blue Devils (1-2) defeated the Rams (3-4).

Sophomore Mike Padro and senior Scott Dube each scored two goals for Northbridge.

TRACK AND FIELD

Leominster 72.67, Algonquin 72.33

Algonquin senior co-captain Brian Racca set a school record in the triple jump with a leap of 44 feet, 101/2 inches.

He beat the old mark set by Derek Swart - 44 feet, 6 inches - back in 2000.

Racca also won the 100 and 200 meters for the Tomahawks.

Nipmuc 75, Blackstone-Millville 61

Junior Jake Begnoche broke a 23-year old record in the 400, as his time of 51.2 seconds beat Chris Lanctot's 1984 mark of 51.3.

Begnoche also tied his own one-week old record of 23.6 in the 200.
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