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By Adam Swift<br />

Editor<br />

The deteriorating condition of<br />

the town’s playing fields has been<br />

a sore spot for many residents.<br />

At the April 24 Town Meeting,<br />

selectmen are supporting a plan<br />

that could alleviate some of<br />

those issues, including safety and<br />

playground renovations at the<br />

Summer Street and Huckleberry<br />

Hill schools and a new track at<br />

the middle school.<br />

“We had several projects presented<br />

to us by Arthur Bourque<br />

as our fields director,” said<br />

Selectman Phil Crawford. “At the<br />

time he presented them, it didn’t<br />

take into consideration the ability<br />

of the town to pay or finance them.<br />

I think the town should take a<br />

close look at the projects and what<br />

it has the ability to move forward<br />

on as a summer project.”<br />

Crawford said the elementary<br />

school projects should be a priority<br />

because there are some safety<br />

issues at the schools and they can<br />

only be done during the summer.<br />

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From page 1<br />

“These are a continuation of<br />

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started and we’d like to<br />

finish them and move on to the<br />

other, larger projects that we can<br />

tackle in the following years,”<br />

said Crawford. “The other piece<br />

that I’d like to tackle and recommend<br />

that we do is the middle<br />

school track and field.”<br />

The track at the middle school<br />

is unusable and the field is barely<br />

in better shape, Crawford said.<br />

“The track teams from our<br />

schools have not had a home track<br />

meet in five years and I think that<br />

if we’re going to prioritize these<br />

items, we need to look at what we<br />

need now,” Crawford said.<br />

While Crawford recommended<br />

moving forward with the elementary<br />

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By Adam Swift<br />

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are waiting for bids on the elementary<br />

projects to come in later this<br />

month before officially supporting<br />

the Town Meeting fields articles.<br />

Initial estimates put the track<br />

project at between $1.3 and $1.5<br />

million. Crawford said he expects<br />

the total to get the track and the<br />

elementary school fields done at<br />

a little over $2 million.<br />

“At our meeting before Town<br />

Meeting, we’ll have a better idea<br />

of not only the Summer Street and<br />

Huckleberry Hill projects and the<br />

track projects, but also if we might<br />

be able to add back in one of these<br />

other projects,” said Crawford.<br />

Town Administrator James<br />

Boudreau would be paid for<br />

through debt service and noted that<br />

the debt service for several major<br />

projects will be coming off the<br />

town books in the coming years.<br />

built yet, but it could bring a lot<br />

of voters to the Annual Town<br />

Meeting Monday.<br />

Of the 29 articles on the<br />

meeting warrant, the request to<br />

give selectmen authority to enter<br />

a lease agreement with the MBTA<br />

for use of the railbed could be the<br />

most controversial.<br />

Proponents of the article state<br />

that there is no downside to<br />

passing the article, since it does<br />

not request any funding nor does<br />

it tie the town down to committing<br />

to construction of the rail trail.<br />

But opponents question if the<br />

cost of the project will rise above<br />

state and federal funds set aside<br />

for it and have raised concerns<br />

about safety, property values, and<br />

privacy for those who live along<br />

the route.<br />

Last week, selectmen voted 2-0<br />

to not support the article, with<br />

selectmen Chairman Christopher<br />

Barrett recusing himself because<br />

his sister lives along the railbed.<br />

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“I’m very excited by the proposal<br />

as it was arrived at by Mr.<br />

Crawford,” said resident Paul<br />

Briggs. “I think that’s the way to<br />

go. It’s shameful the way we’ve<br />

allowed our facilities to deteriorate<br />

and it’s painful now with the cost.”<br />

Improvements to Jordan Park<br />

were also on Bourque’s longer<br />

list of proposed field improvements.<br />

Crawford said there is a<br />

possibility that the town could<br />

undertake a fundraising campaign<br />

for the project in the future.<br />

“The biggest piece of that is<br />

the renovation of the parking lot<br />

and the children’s play area,” said<br />

Crawford. “The parking is for 37<br />

cars now, and the new design has<br />

101 cars in the parking lot.”<br />

Increasing parking would help<br />

ease the parking the causes problems<br />

on streets around the park,<br />

Crawford said.<br />

Dalton said there are too many<br />

questions about the project and<br />

the process for a vote to be before<br />

the town at this time.<br />

“This is not about being prorail<br />

trail or anti-rail trail, it’s<br />

about the process,” said Dalton<br />

at a recent board meeting. “We’re<br />

asking questions about what the<br />

$7 million include and we have<br />

not gotten specific answers about<br />

what that will include. We should<br />

have that level of detail.”<br />

Although selectmen are not<br />

supporting the article, voters will<br />

get the final say at Town Meeting.<br />

However, several other articles<br />

that could also have drawn some<br />

healthy debate are being postponed<br />

until at least the Fall Town<br />

Meeting. Chief among them is<br />

an article that would pave the<br />

way for National Development<br />

to build an eight-cinema movie<br />

theater complex at MarketStreet.<br />

A recodification of the town’s<br />

zoning bylaws was also pushed<br />

to the fall, giving selectmen, the<br />

Planning Board, and the Zoning<br />

Board of Appeals more time to<br />

analyze and tweak the lengthy<br />

document.<br />

Voters will also be asked to<br />

approve the town’s proposed operating<br />

budget of just under $53<br />

million and the capital budget of<br />

just over $2 million.<br />

Selectmen are also recommending<br />

improvements to several town fields,<br />

including a new track at the middle<br />

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APRIL 20, 2017 WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 3<br />

Letters to the editor<br />

More support for<br />

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To whom it may concern,<br />

Rec Director offers much for the town<br />

To whom it may concern,<br />

It was brought to my attention<br />

recently that Julie Mallet’s salary<br />

is being negotiated. I feel it is necessary<br />

to do my part in helping<br />

the powers to be know that the<br />

increase she is asking for is so<br />

trivial compared to what she has to<br />

offer our town. Julie is incredibly<br />

helpful, influential, resourceful,<br />

and dedicated. She is not just dedicated<br />

to her job but to the citizens<br />

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she continuously tries to<br />

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make our town a community.<br />

We are fairly new to Lynnfield,<br />

we are just into our 3rd year, and<br />

I am writing to you because it<br />

has come to my attention that Julie<br />

Mallet is not receiving support to<br />

grant her a much deserved raise.<br />

Since Julie has taken on her role<br />

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justice. She is constantly planning,<br />

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and children. Her efforts are far<br />

and beyond any amount of money,<br />

but especially beyond what she is<br />

currently getting paid. She is constantly<br />

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upon arrival Julie was one of the<br />

first people I met. I was down<br />

getting a building permit and she<br />

gave me some valuable advice on<br />

how to help transition my children<br />

into their new community. She<br />

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to get my kids involved and meet<br />

friends in Lynnfield. She managed<br />

to secure us a spot in the summer<br />

recreation program at Summer<br />

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she did for us was priceless.<br />

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meet everyone’s needs and we owe<br />

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Please please please reconsider<br />

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rightfully deserves. Thank you.<br />

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Michelle Cullinane<br />

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Hairdresser, Artist Drop<br />

In, Manicurist, Tripoley,<br />

Alterations with Anita.<br />

9:30Aerobics Video.<br />

10 a.m. Chair Yoga,<br />

Embroidery. 10:15 a.m.<br />

Italian (beginner). 11:30<br />

a.m.Lunch: Eggplant<br />

Parm. 12:15 p.m.<br />

Canasta, Pokeno. 12:30<br />

p.m. Understanding<br />

Home Care Services,<br />

Bridge.<br />

*****<br />

Thursday, April 27<br />

8 a.m. Hairdresser,<br />

Exercise Room. 8:45 a.m.<br />

Drumming with Jill. 9<br />

a.m. Manicurist, Stitch<br />

and Chat. 9:15 a.m. 9:15<br />

a.m. Sit & Tone with Jill.<br />

10 a.m. Yoga, Mah Jong<br />

Lessons, Crooners of the<br />

Past. 10:30 a.m. Lunch<br />

Bunch. 11 a.m. Aerobic<br />

Dance with Alice. 11:30<br />

a.m. Lunch: Egg, 12:30<br />

p.m. Bridge, Diabetes<br />

Academy.<br />

*****<br />

Friday, April 28<br />

8 a.m. Exercise Room,<br />

Breakfast. 9 a.m. Blood<br />

Pressure, Hairdresser,<br />

Acrylic Painting. 9:15<br />

a.m. Bingo. 9:30 a.m. Tai<br />

Chi. 10:30 a.m. Zumba.<br />

11:15 a.m. Lunch: Pork<br />

Chops.<br />

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Thursday, April 20<br />

8:30 a.m. Quilting. 9:15<br />

a.m. Whist. 9:30 a.m.<br />

Big Band Dancing, Oil<br />

Painting (advanced).<br />

10 a.m. Bridge. 12:30<br />

p.m. Concert by Ruth<br />

Harcovitz. Show<br />

Rehearsal. Food:<br />

Hamburger Stragonoff.<br />

*****<br />

Friday, April 21<br />

8 a.m. Oil Painting<br />

(beginner), TOPS Weigh-<br />

In. 9 a.m. Aerobics, TOPS<br />

Meeting. 10:30 a.m.<br />

Coping with Grief/Loss.<br />

11:15 a.m. Chair Yoga.<br />

12 p.m. NARFE Meeting.<br />

12:30 p.m. Bingo. 1 p.m.<br />

Scrabble. Food: Filet of<br />

Fish.<br />

*****<br />

Monday, April 24<br />

7 a.m. Peabody Signup<br />

Day. 9 a.m. Aerobics,<br />

Duplicate Bridge. 9:30<br />

a.m. Podiatry. 10 a.m.<br />

Drill Team, Bridge. 11:15<br />

Zumba. 12:30 Model<br />

Ship Building, Bingo. 2<br />

p.m. Caregivers Support<br />

Group. 2:30 p.m. Board<br />

Meeting. 4 p.m. Green<br />

Peabody.<br />

*****<br />

Tuesday, April 25<br />

9 a.m. Peabody<br />

Kiosk, Hug a Bears,<br />

Diabetic Shoe Clinic.<br />

9:15 a.m. Whist. 9:30<br />

a.m. Veterans Group,<br />

Japanese Bunka,<br />

Exercise with Edye.<br />

10:30 a.m. Line Dancing.<br />

12 p.m. Mah Jongg.<br />

12:30 p.m. Crocheting/<br />

Knitting, Japanese<br />

Bunka, Monthly Movie.<br />

Food: Chicken Tenders.<br />

*****<br />

Wednesday, April 26<br />

9 a.m. Sewing Repairs,<br />

Aerobics, Rug Hooking,<br />

Wood Carving. 10:15<br />

a.m. Zumba. 12 p.m.<br />

Tai Chi. 12:30 p.m.<br />

“Early Memory Loss”<br />

Alzheimer’s Association 1<br />

p.m. Crazy Cards. Food:<br />

Steak Tip Salad.<br />

*****<br />

Thursday, April 27<br />

8:30 a.m. Quilting. 9:15<br />

a.m. Whist. 9:30 a.m.<br />

Big Band Dancing, Oil<br />

Painting (advanced). 10<br />

a.m. Bridge, Hearing<br />

Screening. 1 p.m. Sing-<br />

A-Long. 1:30 p.m. ALS<br />

Support Group. 2 p.m.<br />

Show Rehearsal. Food:<br />

Stuffed Cabbage.<br />

*****<br />

Friday, April 28<br />

8 a.m. Oil Painting<br />

(beginner), TOPS Weigh-<br />

In. 9 a.m. Aerobics, TOPS<br />

Meeting. 9:30 a.m. Vets<br />

Legal Service. 10:30 a.m.<br />

Coping with Grief/Loss.<br />

11:15 a.m. Chair Yoga.<br />

12 p.m. NARFE Meeting.<br />

12:30 p.m. Bingo. 2:30<br />

p.m. Ping Pong. Food:<br />

Filet of Fish.<br />

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Police log<br />

Obituary<br />

Kwo-hrong Lai, 76,<br />

Tuesday, April 11<br />

At 10:28 a.m., there was a<br />

report of a suspicious automobile<br />

on Main Street.<br />

At 6:12 p.m., there was a<br />

gas grill fire on Doncaster<br />

Road that was handled by<br />

the fire department.<br />

At 7:39 p.m., there was<br />

a suspicious automobile on<br />

Lynnbrook Road.<br />

Wednesday, April 12<br />

At 1:06 p.m., there was a<br />

motor vehicle accident with<br />

property damage at Condon<br />

Circle.<br />

At 2:58 p.m., there was<br />

a report of a fire on Salem<br />

Street.<br />

At 10:33 p.m., a caller on<br />

Fairview Avenue reported<br />

that a dog had been barking<br />

since the early morning<br />

hours.<br />

Thursday, April 13<br />

At 6:44 p.m., there were<br />

motor vehicle violations on<br />

North Broadway.<br />

Friday, April 14<br />

At 1:10 p.m., there was a<br />

report of a suspicious automobile<br />

on Prospect Avenue.<br />

At 3:40 p.m., there was a<br />

report of a painting missing<br />

from a resident’s room on Salem<br />

Street.<br />

Saturday, April 15<br />

At 4:46 p.m., there was a<br />

brush fire on South Broadway.<br />

Sunday, April 16<br />

At 10:53 a.m., there was a<br />

motor vehicle accident with<br />

property damage on South<br />

Broadway.<br />

At 6:07 p.m., there was a<br />

Songs of the Northeast<br />

at the Meeting House<br />

Everyone is welcome to attend<br />

the upcoming program,<br />

“Songbirds of the Northeast”<br />

on Monday, April 24 at 3:00<br />

p.m. Naturalist and educator<br />

John Root will share photographs<br />

and recordings of<br />

our region’s songbirds. John<br />

will discuss the role of song<br />

in these birds’ lives as well<br />

as their diet, social behavior,<br />

and other adaptations<br />

they’ve made for survival.<br />

During the lecture he will<br />

also share tips and ideas on<br />

how to provide an attractive<br />

habitat for songbirds in your<br />

own backyard.<br />

Held at the Meeting House<br />

on the Common. Free and<br />

open to the public, no registration<br />

is required to attend.<br />

This program is supported<br />

in part by a grant from the<br />

Lynnfield Cultural Council,<br />

a local agency which is supported<br />

by the Massachusetts<br />

Cultural Council, a state<br />

agency, with additional funding<br />

provided by the Friends<br />

of the Lynnfield Library.<br />

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report of a dog left in a car on<br />

Market Street. The dog was<br />

left in an electric car with the<br />

fan on and was fine.<br />

Monday, April 17<br />

At 4:34 a.m., there was a<br />

report of a stolen cellphone<br />

on Lakeview Avenue.<br />

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TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1:30-3:00 or 6:30-8:00 p.m.<br />

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brings a unique focus to Elder Law, advising on care needs and developing the Estate and Medicaid<br />

Plan based on those needs. This complimentary class will explore: ● Estate planning and asset preservation.<br />

● Long term care and Medicaid planning. ● Overview of legal documents. ● Preparing living<br />

documents for possible incapacity.<br />

NEW “IRA Inheritance Trust” Class<br />

THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1:30-3:00 or 6:30-8:00 p.m.<br />

This Class features Thomas T. Riquier, CFP®, CLU, and<br />

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LYNNFIELD – Kwo-hrong Lai,<br />

76, beloved husband of Catherine<br />

(Chen) Lai, died peacefully<br />

at his home on Sunday<br />

April 9, 2017, while in the<br />

comforting presence of his<br />

family, following a long battle<br />

with cancer.<br />

Born in Taichung, Taiwan,<br />

he was the son of the late<br />

Chin-piao Lai and Yu-zen (Chen Lai.<br />

He lived there until completing his<br />

undergraduate degree, then moved<br />

to the United States to further his education.<br />

He earned a Doctorate in<br />

Organic Chemistry from the University<br />

of Massachusetts at Amherst.<br />

Kwo worked his entire career with<br />

the Permuthane Stahl USA in Peabody<br />

for 33 years, before retiring 12<br />

years ago.<br />

Kwo enjoyed being outdoors, whether<br />

fishing, walking, or playing golf. Although<br />

he was a frequent traveler, he<br />

loved going to the family lakehouse,<br />

where he spent many Summer weekends<br />

for more than 40 years. He was<br />

very devoted to his family and cherished<br />

his grandchildren, and<br />

of course his beloved pug,<br />

Derby.<br />

He is survived by his wife<br />

Catherine of Lynnfield, with<br />

whom he shared 48 years of<br />

marriage; two sons, Elmer<br />

of Carlisle and Philip of New<br />

York, N.Y.; four grandchildren,<br />

Coby, Aedin, Boden, and Piper; one<br />

brother Tony; three sisters Mary, Gloria,<br />

and Mei-rong, and several nieces,<br />

nephews, and close friends.<br />

Service information: Relatives<br />

and friends are kindly invited to<br />

gather for a Tribute Ceremony in<br />

honor of his life on Saturday April<br />

22, 2017, at 11 a.m. Please visit<br />

www.ccbfuneral.com for online<br />

obituary & sign condolences. The<br />

family asks in lieu of flowers or<br />

gifts, that donations be made in his<br />

memory to Dana Farber Cancer Instititute,<br />

10 Brookline Place West,<br />

6th Floor, Brookline, MA 02445-<br />

7226 or visit http://www.myjimmyfundpage.org/give/kwohronglai<br />

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HOME AND GARDEN<br />

Water main<br />

flushing<br />

scheduled<br />

Rawding reaches real estate milestone<br />

The Lynnfield Center Water<br />

District announced that<br />

water main flushing of the<br />

distribution system will be<br />

performed during the hours<br />

of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Mondays<br />

through Thursdays<br />

through May. This is part of<br />

the ongoing regular maintenance<br />

of the water distribution<br />

system and is in conjunction<br />

with the Lynnfield<br />

Fire Department’s fire flow<br />

testing and Lynnfield DPW’s<br />

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Residents may experience<br />

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their cold water at the highest<br />

faucet within their house<br />

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Customers may contact<br />

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Steel<br />

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Religious Notes<br />

All Saints Episcopal Church of the<br />

North Shore<br />

allsaintseposcopalnorthshore.org<br />

All Saints Episcopal Church of the North<br />

Shore, formerly St. Paul’s in Peabody and<br />

Calvary in Danvers, now worshiping together<br />

as one at 46 Cherry St., Danvers,<br />

across from the Danvers Town Hall. Service<br />

of Holy Communion and Homily every<br />

Sunday at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. Summers one<br />

service at 9 a.m. You’ll be welcome here.<br />

For more information call the church office<br />

at 978-774-1150.<br />

Calvary Baptist<br />

4 Coolidge Road, Peabody<br />

978-531-0914, Pastor Caleb Ingersoll and<br />

Pastor Andy Katzmire<br />

Sunday worship at 10 a.m. followed by<br />

coffee and fellowship. Nursery care and activities<br />

for young children provided during<br />

worship. During the school year, Kids Connection<br />

meets Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. and<br />

Youth Group meets Thursdays at 7 p.m.<br />

Centre Congregational Church<br />

An Open and Affirming Congregation<br />

of the United Church of Christ<br />

5 Summer St. (corner of Summer and<br />

Main), Lynnfield,<br />

781-334- 3050 or www.centre-church.org.<br />

Interim Pastor: Rev. Estelle Margarones<br />

Whoever you are and wherever you are<br />

on life’s journey, you are welcome at Centre<br />

Congregational Church! Centre<br />

Church, located at 5 Summer St., is an<br />

open and affirming congregation of the<br />

United Church of Christ. Our worship<br />

services provide inspiring, down-to-earth<br />

messages that are applicable to everyday<br />

life. We are committed to providing children<br />

a warm, safe and inclusive environment,<br />

and we offer vibrant children’s faith<br />

formation programs including the Montessori-based<br />

“Godly Play” and “Building<br />

Faith, Brick by Brick” with Legos. Free<br />

nursery care with consistent, trained staff,<br />

is available for children up to age 3. We’re<br />

proud to praise God through an impressive<br />

music program and all are invited to join<br />

our adult choir. Visit with old friends and<br />

make new ones while enjoying refreshments<br />

after the service. We have ample<br />

parking in a large lot behind the church<br />

and the facility is handicap accessible. Listening<br />

devices are available for those who<br />

welcome the assistance. Please find us on<br />

Facebook at Facebook.com/Centre-<br />

ChurchUCC or visit Centre-Church.org<br />

for information about our Youth Group,<br />

ministry teams and special events.<br />

In addition to these regularly scheduled<br />

weekly activities, Centre Church hosts<br />

Boy Scout Troop #48, Cub Pack #48, Girl<br />

Scouts, Alanon, Alateen, Women’s AA,<br />

BKP Book Packing Group, Essex Society<br />

of Genealogists and the New England Pastoral<br />

Institute Counseling Services. Please<br />

feel free to contact the church office if you<br />

would like more information about any of<br />

these activities. (781-334-3050 or office@<br />

centre-church.org).<br />

Office Hours at the church are 9 a.m. – 3<br />

p.m. Monday – Friday.<br />

Tower Day School (Preschool and Kindergarten)<br />

may be reached by calling 781-<br />

334-5576.<br />

Carmelite Chapel<br />

Northshore Mall, Peabody<br />

978-531-6145<br />

Mass schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:30<br />

a.m., noon and 3 p.m.; Saturday, 8:30 a.m.<br />

and noon; Sunday Vigil, 4 and 5:30 p.m.<br />

Confessions: Monday-Friday, 11:30 a.m.-<br />

noon and 2:30-3 p.m., Saturday, 10:45-<br />

11:45 a.m. and 2:45-3:45 p.m. or by appointment.<br />

Chabad of Peabody<br />

682 Lowell St., Peabody<br />

978-977-9111, jewishpeabody.com<br />

Chabad of Peabody holds services weekly.<br />

Call or e-mail Rabbi Schusterman at<br />

rabbi@jewishpeabody.com. For event times<br />

and dates visit the website. Chabad runs a<br />

Hebrew School for children on Wednesday,<br />

and has an informal weekly drop-in class on<br />

Kabbalah and other holiday events. Hebrew<br />

School registration is now open. Call Raizel<br />

at the number above or email her at raizel@<br />

jewishpeabody.com.<br />

Community Covenant Church<br />

33 Lake St., West Peabody<br />

978-535-5321, Rev. Joel Anderle communitycovenantlive.org.<br />

Community Covenant is a warm and inviting<br />

church in the Evangelical, Protestant<br />

tradition. All are welcome.<br />

The Reverend Joel Anderle, our Senior<br />

Pastor, officiates worship services every<br />

Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday School classes<br />

for all ages are held from 9:45-10:45 a.m.<br />

September through June.<br />

For more information please contact the<br />

church office. Our Church is handicap accessible.<br />

Congregation Sons of Israel<br />

Corner of Park and Spring Streets<br />

Peabody<br />

978-532-1624, peabodyshul.org<br />

Also on Facebook<br />

Friday Sabbath services are the first Friday<br />

of each month at 7:30 p.m. Sunday<br />

morning services are at 9 a.m.<br />

Congregation Tifereth Israel<br />

8 Pierpont St., Peabody.<br />

Services once a month. For further information<br />

contact president Elliot Hershoff at<br />

978-531-7309.<br />

First United Methodist<br />

24 Washington St., Peabody<br />

978-531-0095, Pastor Seok-Cheol Shin<br />

Bible-centered praise and worship service,<br />

Sunday at 10:30 a.m. with Holy Communion<br />

every Sunday. All are welcome.<br />

Pastor hours: Mon., Tues. and Thurs., 1-5<br />

p.m. There is a nursery room. The church is<br />

handicap accessible.<br />

Additional information: info@ctipeabody.org<br />

or 978-531-8135.<br />

Lynnfield Community Church<br />

735 Salem St., Lynnfield<br />

(781) 599-4421<br />

LynnfieldCommunityChurch.org.<br />

Lynnfield Community Church welcomes<br />

you to Sunday worship at 10-11 a.m. Following<br />

our service, join us for coffee and<br />

fellowship in Marshall Hall. Parking is behind<br />

the church and there are entrances in<br />

front and on the side of the building. Please<br />

visit soon.<br />

Messiah Lutheran<br />

708 Lowell St., Lynnfield<br />

781-334-4111 for Church; 781-334-6591<br />

for Pre-school.<br />

A personal and traditional approach allows<br />

Messiah to care for people and share<br />

God’s Word. Join us for worship on Sundays<br />

at 10:30 a.m. Mens’ Ministry, Christian<br />

Education, Financial Peace University,<br />

Community Service, and other opportunities<br />

to grow in your faith. Served by Rev.<br />

Dr. Jeremy Pekari and Rev. David Brezina.<br />

mlcspirit.org.<br />

New Destiny Christian<br />

Spring Hill Suites, Peabody<br />

978-373-4340<br />

Pastors are David and Mary Jane Wing. A<br />

full Gospel/Prophetic church. Sunday service<br />

at 9:30 a.m.<br />

North Shore Baptist<br />

706 Lowell St., Peabody<br />

978-535-6186<br />

Sunday: Adult Sunday School begins at 9<br />

a.m., followed by refreshments and fellowship<br />

time. Worship Service begins at 10:30<br />

a.m. All are welcome. Monday: Men’s<br />

Group Study at 7 p.m., Thursday: Prayer<br />

Meeting, 7 p.m.<br />

Visit our website for more information or<br />

to leave a prayer request.<br />

NorthShoreBaptistChurch.org<br />

Lynnfield Catholic Collaborative<br />

Our Lady of the Assumption and St. Maria<br />

Goretti<br />

The Lynnfield Catholic Collaborative,<br />

comprised of Our Lady of the Assumption<br />

Church, Salem and Grove Streets, and Saint<br />

Maria Goretti Church, 112 Chestnut St.,<br />

Lynnfield, may be reached by calling 781-<br />

598-4313 or by email: jsano@ola-smg.org<br />

or by visiting the website: lynnfieldcatholic.<br />

org.<br />

The Pastoral Leadership Team: The Pastor<br />

is Rev. Paul E. Ritt, the Parochial Vicar<br />

is Rev. Anthony Luongo and the Deacons<br />

are Thomas O’Shea and Ed Elibero. Donna<br />

Delahanty is Director of Parish Ministries.<br />

Office hours: Monday through Thursday<br />

8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Friday 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.,<br />

closed for holidays.Our Lady of Fatima<br />

50 Walsh Ave., Peabody<br />

978-532-0272, Fr. Christopher Gomes<br />

Choir Dir.: Noreen Galopim; Organist:<br />

Audrey Sullivan. Office hours: Monday to<br />

Friday, 1-5 p.m. Mass schedule: Monday-Thursday,<br />

9 a.m. (Portuguese); Friday<br />

at 6 p.m. (Portuguese); Saturday at 9 a.m.<br />

(Portuguese) (and Vigil at 5 p.m. English);<br />

Sunday 9 a.m. (English); 11:30 a.m. (Portuguese);<br />

6 p.m. (Portuguese). Confessions:<br />

Saturday, 4-4:45 p.m.; Baptisms, 2nd and<br />

4th Sundays. Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament,<br />

every Friday, 5-6 p.m. Religious<br />

Education Classes for Grades 1-6 at 8 a.m.<br />

and Grades 7-10 at 10 a.m. on Sundays.<br />

St. Adelaide<br />

708 Lowell St., Peabody<br />

978-535-1985<br />

Team Ministry: Rev. Raymond Van De<br />

Moortell, and Rev. David C. Lewis. Weekend<br />

Mass Schedule: Saturday, 4 p.m., Sunday,<br />

8:30, 10 and 11:30 a.m. Holy Day<br />

Masses: 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Latin Mass: 1<br />

p.m. Sunday. Confessions: Saturday, 3-3:30<br />

p.m.; Baptisms: first Sunday of the month at<br />

2:30 p.m.; Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament:<br />

first Friday of the month, 9:30 a.m.-<br />

noon and Wednesdays from 5:30-6:30 p.m.<br />

AA Meetings: Thursdays, 7 p.m. Religious<br />

Education classes (grades 1-10) are held in<br />

the church hall on Sunday and Thursday.<br />

St. Ann’s Parish<br />

136 Lynn St., Peabody<br />

978-531-1480<br />

Rev. Charles Stanley; Richard W. Cordeau,<br />

Deacon 978-531-1480; M. Ellen Fitzgerald,<br />

Pastoral Associate 978-531-9625.<br />

Office of Religious Education: 140 Lynn<br />

St., M. Ellen Fitzgerald, Religious Education<br />

Dir., 978-531-5791; Leanne Amirault,<br />

Preschool Dir., 978-532-3329 or 978-531-<br />

9521. Daily Mass: Saturday at 4 p.m. and<br />

Sunday at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. Daily Mass:<br />

9 a.m.<br />

St. Clare of Assisi Catholic Community<br />

(non-Roman)<br />

Rev. Mike Otero-Otero, O.S.F.<br />

Located at and with courtesy by St. John<br />

Evangelical Lutheran Church<br />

32 Ellsworth Road at King St., Peabody<br />

Saturday Vigil Mass at 3 p.m.<br />

We offer valid seven sacraments - Baptism,<br />

Confirmation, Holy Communion,<br />

Confession, Marriage, Holy Orders, and the<br />

Anointing of the Sick. Please call 978-804-<br />

2250.<br />

St. John Lutheran<br />

Ellsworth Rd. at King St., Peabody<br />

978-531-1731, stjohnpeabody.org<br />

The Rev. Charles N. Stevenson, pastor. St.<br />

John is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran<br />

Church in America and Lutheran Congregations<br />

in Mission for Christ. Sunday<br />

worship at 9:30 a.m. with nursery care provided<br />

and coffee and fellowship following;<br />

Sunday School at 11 a.m.; Bible Study,<br />

Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Holy Communion<br />

is celebrated the first and third Sunday of<br />

each month and on certain festivals.<br />

St. John the Baptist<br />

17 Chestnut St., Peabody<br />

978-531-0002 stjohnspeabody.com<br />

Pastor: Very Rev. John E. MacInnis, VF;<br />

Parochial Vicar: Rev. Mario Guarino,<br />

FDP and Rev. Paul G.M. McManus; Deacon:<br />

Leo A. Martin; Mass: Monday-Saturday,<br />

6:45 a.m. and 4 p.m. (on Saturday);<br />

Sunday at 8, 10 and 11:30 a.m. (Spanish)<br />

and 5 p.m.<br />

St. John’s Thrift Shop, 19 Chestnut<br />

Street, Peabody (behind City Hall) will be<br />

closed for summer break starting July 2.<br />

The Shop will reopen on July 21.<br />

Food Pantry on the last Sunday of the<br />

month from 9:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. in the Pastoral<br />

Center basement. St. John, the Baptist<br />

School is now accepting applications. Programs<br />

available for 2, 3, 4 and 5-year-olds<br />

and grades 1-8. Extended day available for<br />

all students. Visit: stjohns-peabody.com or<br />

call 978-531-0444, ext. 340.<br />

St. Paul’s Episcopal<br />

127 Summer St., Lynnfield<br />

(781) 334-4594,<br />

stpaulslynnfield.org.<br />

Rev. Robert Bacon, rector<br />

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church worships at<br />

8:30 a.m. and 10 a.m. on Sundays. The<br />

8:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist (Rite I) is a<br />

said service. The 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist<br />

service (Rite II) includes music with<br />

hymns and choir and is followed by coffee<br />

hour fellowship. Sunday School begins<br />

at 10 a.m. for children (Pre-K<br />

through Grade 5). Childcare is available<br />

for younger children. St. Paul’s also offers<br />

a Wednesday Holy Eucharist at 9<br />

a.m., followed immediately by Bible/<br />

Book Study. All are welcome. The<br />

church is handicap accessible. For more<br />

information, visit our website, call the<br />

church office, like our Facebook page<br />

https://www.facebook.com/stpaulslynnfield/,<br />

or email office@stpaulslynnfield.<br />

org.<br />

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church<br />

781-599-4220<br />

About St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church:<br />

St. Stephen’s is an open and affirming Christian<br />

church worshiping in the Angelican<br />

tradition. Crossing lines of color, class,<br />

culture and generation we seek transformation<br />

of our lives and our community<br />

through Christ’s Gospel of love, compassion,<br />

and justice. To learn more please vistis<br />

www.ststephenslynn.org.<br />

St. Thomas the Apostle 3 Margin St.,<br />

Peabody<br />

978-531-0224 Pastor: Very Rev. John<br />

MacInnis, VF; Office hours: Monday-Friday,<br />

9 a.m.-12 p.m.; Fax: 978-531-6517. Parochial<br />

Vicar: Rev. Steven Clemence; Pastoral<br />

Assistant: Dawn Alves, Coordinator<br />

of Religious Education; Lisa Trainor; Music<br />

Ministry: Regina Matthews; and Mike<br />

Beaulieu. Admin. Assistants: Sheila Lynch<br />

and Tracy Palen. Mass schedule: Sunday, 8<br />

a.m., 10 a.m. (English) and 11:30 a.m., 7<br />

p.m. (Brazilian); Thrift Shop: Saturdays 9<br />

a.m. to 2 p.m. Join us!<br />

St. Vasilios Greek Orthodox Church<br />

5 Paleologos St., Peabody<br />

978-531-0777, stvasilios.org<br />

Pastor: Rev. Christopher Foustoukos; Pastor<br />

Emeritus: Andrew Demotses; Pastoral<br />

Assistant: Deacon Robert Fadel; Worship<br />

schedule: Sunday - Matins at 8 a.m., Divine<br />

Liturgy at 9 a.m., Church School at 10:30<br />

a.m.-11:30 a.m.; Weekly feast days as announced:<br />

Matins at 8 a.m., Divine Liturgy at<br />

9 a.m.<br />

Second Congregational<br />

12 Maple St., Peabody<br />

978-531-0477, Rev. Jonathan Chubb<br />

Worship services at 10:15 a.m. each Sunday.<br />

The church is wheelchair accessible.<br />

Childcare is available during worship service<br />

for children through age five. Children’s<br />

Church during service, ages 6-12.<br />

Sunday School, ages two through adult from<br />

9:15-10:15 a.m. For Bible study and Book<br />

Group schedules, call the office.<br />

South Congregational<br />

60 Prospect St., Peabody<br />

978-531-1964, southchurch.net<br />

Sr. Pastor: Grant Hoofnagle. Sunday service<br />

is at 10 a.m. Communion service is the<br />

first Sunday of each month. Children pre-K<br />

through 12th grade programs during the<br />

worship service. Our Sunday worship service<br />

blends both traditional hymns and<br />

contemporary praise. Teen Youth Groups<br />

meet on Sunday evenings at the church.<br />

Several small groups for Bible Study meeting<br />

weekly – if interested in attending one,<br />

call church office for info.<br />

Monthly Fellowship Dinner is the 2nd<br />

Sunday of each month at 6 p.m. in fellowship<br />

hall - Prayer Meeting follows at 7 p.m.<br />

All are welcome.<br />

Sovereign Grace Community Church<br />

6 Bourbon St., Peabody<br />

978-210-7413<br />

sovG.us, info@sovG.us<br />

sovG is a family friendly church offering a<br />

contemporary Sunday Morning Worship<br />

Service at 10 a.m. Sunday School is offered<br />

during worship for kids through 5th grade.<br />

There is a full staffed nursery. For students<br />

in 7th-12th grades, our Youth Group meets<br />

Sunday evenings from 7-9 p.m. Email<br />

Youth Director Will Coley at will@sovG.us<br />

for information about Youth Group.<br />

Michael Williams, Lead Pastor. Visit:<br />

facebook.com/michaelwillyamz. Helping<br />

people connect with God, each other and the<br />

needs in our community.<br />

Temple Tiferet Shalom<br />

489 Lowell St., Peabody<br />

978-535-2100, templetiferetshalom.org<br />

The Temple Shabbat Services are Fridays<br />

at 7:30 p.m. The Temple offers Preschool,<br />

Religious School, Bar and Bat Mitzvah instruction,<br />

Confirmation classes, Chai Club<br />

and youth groups. Social action and adult<br />

education programs are an integral component<br />

of the temple.<br />

Temple Emmanuel<br />

120 Chestnut St., Wakefield<br />

Temple Emmanuel of Wakefield is affiliated<br />

with the Jewish Reconstructionist<br />

Communities. We offer a contemporary<br />

approach to Judaism while maintaining a<br />

respect for traditional Jewish values. We<br />

are a caring and inclusive community<br />

through learning and community activities.<br />

Besides Shabbat and Festival services,<br />

there is a Sisterhood and Temple Reads<br />

Book Club, Shabbat dinners, concerts and<br />

other programs. Consult the temple website<br />

and Facebook page for updated information.<br />

Rabbi Gregory Hersh is our spiritual<br />

leader. Shabbat services are usually held on<br />

the first and third Saturday morning of the<br />

month beginning at 9:30 a.m. Shabbat Friday<br />

evening services are usually held on<br />

the second and fourth Fridays of the month<br />

at 7:30 p.m.<br />

All services feature prayer books with<br />

fully transliterated Hebrew, contemporary<br />

translations and other beautiful commentaries<br />

and readings. Visitors are welcomed.<br />

Upcoming Events: March 3 is Shabbat<br />

Across America with Shabbat Shira service.<br />

March 5 temple members will be at<br />

Whole Foods with Pre-Purim Hamantashen<br />

and Wine from 2-4 p.m. with a Purim<br />

Family celebration on Sat. March 11 at 7:30<br />

p.m. On April 11 there will be a Passover<br />

Family Seder at 6:30 p.m. Call for reservations<br />

or information on any of these events.<br />

Temple Ner Tamid<br />

368 Lowell St., Peabody<br />

978-532-1293, templenertamid.org,<br />

Email templenertamid@verizon.net.<br />

Rabbi Richard Perlman, Cantor Steve<br />

Abramowitz, Beth K. Hoffman, Synagogue<br />

Administrator. Service Schedule: Evening<br />

minyans held Sunday – Thursday at 7:30<br />

p.m. Sunday morning Minyans at 9 a.m.<br />

Friday Evening Services at 8 p.m. (unless a<br />

special service), Saturday morning service<br />

at 9:30 a.m. Active Temple including Religious<br />

School, Sisterhood, Men’s Club, Social<br />

Action and Adult Education. Pilates on<br />

Sunday mornings, 10:30 a.m., Zumba on<br />

Monday evenings, 6:15 p.m., Israeli Dance<br />

Group Tuesday evenings at 8 p.m. Temple<br />

welcomes Interfaith Families. Please contact<br />

the office for more information at 978-<br />

532-1293.<br />

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day<br />

Saints<br />

400 Essex St., Lynnfield<br />

lds.org - Sunday services and classes are<br />

from 9 a.m. to noon; 9-10:10 a.m. Sacrament<br />

Meeting; 10:20-11 a.m. Sunday<br />

School; 11:10-noon, Primary and Youth<br />

Classes; Youth Night and Boy/Cub Scouts:<br />

Tuesdays at 7 p.m.; Bishop: Matthew Romano,<br />

781-334-5586. Family History<br />

Center (open to the public) Wednesdays 10<br />

a.m. to 9 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.<br />

Please check before coming due to weather<br />

or for summer hours).<br />

Wakefield Lynnfield United Methodist<br />

Church<br />

273 Vernon St., Wakefield with Pastor:<br />

Glenn M. Mortimer<br />

Hello to all residents!<br />

Here is a little bit about our welcoming<br />

Methodist Church. We have 10:30 a.m.<br />

worship service on Sunday mornings<br />

during which we offer Sunday School for<br />

infants/ toddlers through high Schoolers.<br />

Following the service, we enjoy Fellowship<br />

at our Coffee & Conversation time. There<br />

are many social groups to join for all ages<br />

through our church like Youth Group,<br />

Choir, Book Club and Bible study, just to<br />

name a few.<br />

We even have musicians “in the House”<br />

as our Pastor, Rev. Glenn Mortimer, and his<br />

wife are trained musicians which they incorporate<br />

into special church services for<br />

all to enjoy! For more information about<br />

our church, please call the church office at<br />

(781) 245-1359 or email us at our new email<br />

WLUMC273@gmail.com. We look forward<br />

to welcoming you on Sunday!<br />

West Church<br />

27 Johnson St., Peabody<br />

27 Johnson Street, Peabody<br />

Associate Pastor: Rick McDonnell<br />

Office Phone: 978-535-4112<br />

Office Email: office@westchurchpeabody.org<br />

Website: www.westchurchpeabody.org<br />

No matter where you are on your spiritual<br />

journey, you are welcome at West<br />

Church! We love the Lord Jesus and we<br />

care deeply about meeting the needs of<br />

those God sends to us. At West Church you<br />

will share in a worship service centered on<br />

the majesty and holiness of God rather than<br />

on ourselves. We have a number of program<br />

offerings, special events, small<br />

groups, and opportunities to serve that may<br />

well encourage you to feel at home in our<br />

fellowship.<br />

Every Sunday at West Church, people of<br />

all ages come together to worship the Lord,<br />

Jesus Christ, and to share in fellowship as a<br />

community. Each service includes singing<br />

praise, prayer, and preaching from God’s<br />

word. We invite you to come and join us for<br />

worship at 10:30 a.m. Kingdom Kids, our<br />

Worship Service program for children<br />

nursery through 4th grade, is available<br />

during Worship service. Sunday School is<br />

available for children, youth and adults<br />

from 9–10 a.m. For more information about<br />

our programs throughout the week visit our<br />

website: www.westchurchpeabody.org.<br />

Sundays at West Church<br />

Church Prayer Time at 8:30 a.m.<br />

Sunday School for Children, Youth and<br />

Adults at 9 a.m.<br />

Worship Service at 10:30 a.m.<br />

Rock Solid Youth Group at 6 p.m.<br />

THANK YOU<br />

ST. JUDE<br />

May the Sacret Heart of Jesus be adored,<br />

glorified, loved and preserved throughout<br />

the world, now and forever. Sacred Heart<br />

of Jesus, pray for us. Saint Jude, worker of<br />

miracles, pray for us. Saint Jude, helper of<br />

the hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer 9<br />

times a day. By the 8th day, your prayers<br />

will be answered. Say it for 9 days, it has<br />

never been known to fail. Publication must<br />

be promised. My prayers have been<br />

answered.<br />

M.E.C.


APRIL 20, 2017 WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 9<br />

Sports<br />

Kinnon smashes school record in 200<br />

By Joyce Erekson<br />

A few key additions to the roster and some<br />

added depth overall have Lynnfield High boys<br />

track coach Bill Wallace optimistic about the<br />

upcoming season, which began April 12 at<br />

Triton.<br />

While the team fell 90-54 to Newburyport<br />

and 78.5-66.5 to Triton at Triton in its first<br />

meet of the year April 12, Lynnfield coach<br />

Bill Wallace said, ”there were a few outstanding<br />

performances.<br />

Junior Nick Kinnon set a school record in<br />

the 200 with a time of 21.9, smashing Patrick<br />

Kelley’s 20-year old record of 22.5 set back in<br />

the 1997. Kinnon also placed first in the 100<br />

(11.1) and long jump (19-10).<br />

Will Klotzbier placed first in the discus<br />

with a throw of 104-10, while Nick Contardo<br />

got a first in the javelin with a throw of 109-6<br />

Brendan Bey picked up a first in the 400<br />

hurdles (60.0) and Brett Cohee picked up a<br />

first in the triple jump (39-2).<br />

Prior to the start of the season, Wallace had<br />

high hopes for this year’s team.<br />

“We have some returning players from last<br />

year who did well and a lot of people who just<br />

just joined us this year who make us a more<br />

talented team,” Wallace said. “I think we’re<br />

going to be much improved.”<br />

Last year, the team won its first meet in<br />

three years, and many of the same runners<br />

are back from the indoor team, which had its<br />

best finish in years at the Indoor Division 5<br />

Championship meet, finishing fifth out of 43<br />

teams.<br />

Wallace will be counting on his four senior<br />

captains, Bey, Klotzbier, John Quinn and<br />

Matt Seelig, to set the tone this year.<br />

Bey was the team’s Most Valuable Player<br />

the last two seasons. He owns the Lynnfield<br />

school record in the 400 hurdles and also is<br />

expected to compete in the 110 high hurdles<br />

and maybe the 400. He broke the record<br />

in the 400 hurdles twice last spring, first<br />

at the Massachusetts State Track Coaches<br />

Association Invitational (59.9); then he<br />

finished fifth and lowered the mark at the<br />

Division 4 championship meet with a time of<br />

58.96.<br />

Klotzbier’s best events are the shot put and<br />

the discus, but he also has some speed and<br />

could find himself in some running events.<br />

“He’s sneaky fast,” Wallace said. “And<br />

he’s got a great attitude.”<br />

Quinn is mainly a pole vaulter. He took up<br />

the event last year and worked on it over the<br />

summer and winter on a club team. He placed<br />

sixth with a jump of 10-06 in the Division 4<br />

meet last year. Quinn also competes in the<br />

high jump and the 4 x 400 relay.<br />

“He’s heading into the season pretty strong<br />

in the event (the pole vault),” Wallace said.<br />

“You need a special type of person to do<br />

it. The Cape Ann League is big into pole<br />

vaulting.”<br />

Seelig gives the Pioneers some juice in the<br />

distance events. Last year he finished strong in<br />

the mile. His best time was 4:32, which he set<br />

at the Division 4 championship meet.<br />

“He’s by far the fastest miler I’ve had in<br />

my career at Lynnfield,” Wallace said, noting<br />

that Seelig is about 10 seconds off the school<br />

record and just missed qualifying for the All-<br />

States meet. He finished fifth in Division 4<br />

(the top three advanced).<br />

“We’re hoping he has another good<br />

season,” Wallace said. “His goal is to make<br />

the All-States.”<br />

Junior Ryan Iapicca, who runs cross<br />

country and indoor track, should also help the<br />

Pioneers out in the distance events. He runs<br />

the 800, the mile and the two-mile.<br />

FILE PHOTO<br />

Nick Kinnon set a school record in the 200 in Lynnfield’s first meet. He ran a 21.9,<br />

smashing Patrick Kelly’s 20-year-old mark of 22.5.<br />

“He’s got a lot of speed. He can excel at all<br />

three,” Wallace said. “I think he’s going to<br />

have a breakout year.”<br />

Junior Nathan Drislane does the shot put<br />

and the discus, but he can also step in and do<br />

some running events.<br />

LYNNFIELD MARATHON FINISHERS<br />

“He’s another one of those guys who in a<br />

pinch can do the 100, the 200 and the 4 x 100,”<br />

Wallace said.<br />

One of the newcomers Wallace, who is in<br />

his 17th year as head coach, expects to make<br />

a big difference is Kinnon. Kinnon made the<br />

No. Name Age M/F Time Place<br />

1158 Daniel Kelley 39 M 2:47:56 470<br />

29698 Samantha Albanese 22 F 3:45:18 11297<br />

28965 Kip Sanford 50 M 4:22:36 19953<br />

25495 Kristan M. Murphy 48 F 4:27:11 20612<br />

29269 Gina Moschella 27 F 4:34:21 21538<br />

26999 Joan B. Smith 59 F 4:41:48 22354<br />

29974 Andrew Sutherland 44 M 4:53:34 23425<br />

27609 Melissa R. Adams 35 F 4:54:37 23519<br />

28694 Sarah E. Motzkin 34 F 5:01:28 24021<br />

27506 Erika L. Wilson 37 F 5:01:29 24022<br />

26375 Kelly A. Furbush 51 F 5:34:24 25637<br />

29071 Jessica R. Griffin 26 F 5:35:05 25663<br />

26155 Kathleen M. Ciampa 44 F 5:49:54 26056<br />

Patterson commits to Northeastern<br />

switch from lacrosse to track this spring after<br />

running indoor for the first time this winter.<br />

“He had a great indoor season, going to the<br />

nationals (55 meters) and competing with the<br />

best in the country,” Wallace said.<br />

That’s putting it mildly as Kinnon exploded<br />

on the indoor scene seemingly out of nowhere<br />

and served notice that he was a force.<br />

At the Division 5 Indoor Championship<br />

meet, Kinnon broke two meet records; He<br />

won the 300 with a meet and personal record<br />

of 36.18, and he also set a PR and broke the<br />

meet record in the 55, finishing second in 6.57.<br />

Kinnon, who is also a key player on the<br />

football team, will run the 100 and the 200 this<br />

spring, Wallace said. He’s is also a possibility<br />

in the 400 and the long jump.<br />

“He’s one of those guys who’s going to<br />

make a difference,” Wallace said. “He had a<br />

tough decision (giving up lacrosse for track),<br />

but with the indoor season he had he was<br />

looking at the big picture.”<br />

Junior Tyler Murphy is also new to outdoor<br />

track having played lacrosse up until this<br />

point. He has a lot of speed and should give<br />

the Pioneers a boost in the sprints. Look for<br />

Contardo, a junior, in the javelin and in the<br />

discus.<br />

“I’m sure as the season goes on some guys<br />

who are new who I’m not expecting to will<br />

step up to the forefront,” Wallace said.<br />

A little more than 50 kids turned out for tryouts,<br />

which is a little more than usual, but the<br />

thing that sticks out, he said, is the talent.<br />

Wallace said in the past he has had talent on<br />

the team, but there have been gaps.<br />

“Something we’re usually lacking in depth,<br />

but this year I think it’s going to be better,”<br />

he said. “We’ve got some good leaders. All<br />

four captains bring something different to the<br />

team.”<br />

Wallace’s assistant coach is Joe DiBiase.<br />

The two work in tandem with girls coach<br />

Christine Smith and her assistant, Adam<br />

Dell’Aria, as well as a couple of part time assistants.<br />

Wallace and DiBiase work with the<br />

distance runners, Smith with the throwers,<br />

Dell’Aria with the throwers and sprinters,<br />

Jenny Norwood with the jumpers and Nani<br />

Benson with the sprinters and hurdlers.<br />

Smith’s father, Cliff Smith, also helps out<br />

as does former Lynnfield standout and 2009<br />

LHS graduate, Dylan Rizzo.<br />

Lynnfield’s next meet is April 26th against<br />

Amesbury and Hamilton-Wenham.<br />

Lynnfield High field<br />

hockey star Lilli<br />

Patterson has committed<br />

to Northeastern<br />

University in Boston and<br />

will enroll there in the<br />

fall. At her signing were,<br />

from left, Lynnfield field<br />

hockey coach Mamie<br />

Reardon; Patterson’s<br />

mother, Mei; Patterson;<br />

her sister, Tia; and her<br />

father, David.<br />

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10 WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 APRIL 20, 2017<br />

Boys lacrosse<br />

splits two games<br />

By Katie Morrison<br />

and Anne Marie Tobin<br />

LYNNFIELD -- It’s safe to<br />

say the Lynnfield boys lacrosse<br />

team has some growing pains to<br />

get through. After going 12-4 last<br />

season and earning the No. 3 seed<br />

in Division 3 North, the Pioneers<br />

graduated 15 seniors, and bring<br />

back just four this season.<br />

Having to replace the majority<br />

of the starting lineup is a tall task<br />

for any team. But Lynnfield has<br />

kept its head above water for the<br />

most part in the early part of the<br />

season.<br />

Lynnfield coach Joe Papagni<br />

said there’s no substitute for experience,<br />

which is something his<br />

team sorely lacks.<br />

“They’ve got to play, get varsity<br />

experience,” Papagni said.<br />

“They don’t have the lacrosse IQ.<br />

It just has to develop. They didn’t<br />

learn at the youth levels, and this<br />

is a different level playing varsity.<br />

It’s kids that want to compete and<br />

go on to play in college.<br />

“We’re going through growing<br />

pains,” Papagni added. “I’m not<br />

used to it, but we have to stay patient,<br />

we don’t have any choice.<br />

It’s going to happen.”<br />

Tuesday was the day it finally<br />

did happen.<br />

After falling 13-5 to Cape<br />

Ann League foe North Reading<br />

at Lynnfield High Friday, the<br />

Pioneers bounced back Tuesday<br />

at home with a come-from-behind<br />

4-3 win over Cambridge<br />

Rindge and Latin. Tied at 2-2 at<br />

the half, Cambridge scored with<br />

about eight minutes left in the<br />

third quarter to take a 3-2 lead. A<br />

Lynnfield penalty for an illegal<br />

check gave the Falcons a man-up<br />

opportunity with six minutes to<br />

play, but the Pioneers’ penalty<br />

kill unit and defense kept the<br />

Falcons at bay without a single<br />

shot. With 6:25 left in the quarter,Ryan<br />

Freitas scored to tie the<br />

game at 3-3.<br />

In the fourth quarter, Cambridge<br />

amped up the pressure, but senior<br />

captain Kingsley Corona came<br />

up with several keys to keep the<br />

Falcons off the board, including<br />

one with just under 10 minutes to<br />

play. Corona cleared the ball, and<br />

two passes later, Freitas netted<br />

the game winner with 9:25 left in<br />

the game.<br />

Cambridge continued to press,<br />

but the Pioneers held on, aided<br />

by a Falcons’ penalty with about<br />

two minutes to play that allowed<br />

Lynnfield to hold onto possession<br />

and run out the clock.<br />

Peter Look netted both of the<br />

Pioneers’ first half goals with<br />

Freitas picking up two assist.<br />

On Friday, the Hornets picked<br />

up their first win over Lynnfield<br />

in their last five tries.<br />

North Reading’s Sean Fagen<br />

(seven goals) scored early and<br />

often, and got the Hornets on the<br />

board 33 seconds into the contest,<br />

driving through the Lynnfield<br />

defense.<br />

Corona, a senior captain, denied<br />

North Reading multiple<br />

times on the Hornets’ next few<br />

possessions, but Fagen struck<br />

again at 8:37 after a couple of<br />

Lynnfield turnovers.<br />

Lynnfield finally got a sustained<br />

possession on offense after<br />

the second goal, but had trouble<br />

penetrating the North Reading<br />

defense. An over-and-back violation<br />

handed the ball back to the<br />

Hornets, and Fagen made it 3-0<br />

after a quarter.<br />

Finally, two minutes into<br />

the second quarter, Lynnfield<br />

broke the ice as Jack Razzaboni<br />

whipped a shot past the North<br />

Reading keeper. The Pioneers<br />

cut the lead to one less than two<br />

minutes later, as Razzaboni found<br />

Freitas around the 15-yard-line.<br />

Freitas put in it to make it 3-2.<br />

North Reading kicked things<br />

into another gear after that, and<br />

rallied to take a 5-2 lead behind<br />

goals from Mike Sheridan and<br />

Kevin Murphy.<br />

With 3:35 left in the half,<br />

Corona turned away a pointblank<br />

shot from Sheridan, but the<br />

rebound skipped away and the<br />

Hornets held onto the ball. That<br />

came back to bite Lynnfield, as<br />

Fagen scored his fourth of the day<br />

less than a minute later.<br />

Lynnfield opened the scoring<br />

in the third, as Ryan Frasier took<br />

advantage of North Reading<br />

playing a man down thanks to<br />

a penalty, and made it 6-3. Still<br />

down a man, North Reading’s<br />

Jack Schille widened the gap<br />

again, despite some strong play<br />

from Corona.<br />

Gianluca Alfe found Fraiser<br />

from behind the net with 5:07<br />

to play, and Frasier scored his<br />

second to make it 7-4.<br />

Things got away from<br />

Lynnfield after that, as North<br />

Reading reeled off six straight<br />

goals.<br />

The Pioneers dealt with a few<br />

bad bounces as well, including<br />

a late shot from Razzaboni that<br />

hit the post, bounced almost to<br />

midfield, and was picked up by a<br />

Hornet.<br />

PHOTO | KATIE MORRISON<br />

Ryan Frasier scored a man-up goal in Lynnfield’s win over North<br />

Reading last week.<br />

“We just play too many mistakes<br />

to compete at the level<br />

we’re used to competing at,”<br />

Papagni said. “I have some guys<br />

who work like crazy, but we need<br />

to develop quicker, and it’s just<br />

not happening, not yet. It’s still<br />

early in the season. We’re going<br />

to keep working at it.”<br />

The Pioneers haven’t had a<br />

bad start to the season. Lynnfield<br />

topped Revere, Bedford and Pope<br />

John to start the season 3-0. But<br />

Cape Ann League play has presented<br />

challenges.<br />

“Back to the drawing board.<br />

We have three games next week,<br />

and I expect to win them all,”<br />

Papagni said, referencing the<br />

games against Cambridge R &<br />

L, St. Mary’s (Wednesday) and<br />

Danvers next week. “We’re not<br />

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The loss to North Reading<br />

was the second straight for the<br />

Pioneers after starting the season<br />

with a three-game win streak.<br />

On April 11, the Pioneers were<br />

clobbered by Newburyport, 15-3,<br />

which led from start to finish.<br />

“We are a bit thin this year but<br />

realistically we were out matched,<br />

out played, out skilled and out<br />

worked today and the score is<br />

indicative of how we played,”<br />

Papagni said. They jumped out<br />

with a quick 2-0 score before<br />

(we) mentally got off the bus.”<br />

Frasier netted a man-up goal in<br />

the first half, while Freitas (from<br />

Jack Razzaboni) and Peter Look<br />

(unassisted) netted one goal each<br />

in the third quarter.<br />

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FRIDAY, APRIL 21<br />

Boys Lacrosse<br />

Danvers at Lynnfield, 10<br />

Girls Tennis<br />

Rockport at Lynnfield, 10<br />

Softball<br />

Lynnfield at Newburyport, 10<br />

SATURDAY, APRIL 22<br />

Boys Tennis<br />

CAL Open at N. Reading, 9<br />

Girls Tennis<br />

CAL Open at Ipswich, 9<br />

Baseball<br />

Rockport at Lynnfield, 10<br />

SUNDAY, APRIL 23<br />

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MONDAY, APRIL 24<br />

Softball<br />

Lynnfield at East Boston, 3:30<br />

Boys Tennis<br />

N. Reading at Lynnfield, 3:30<br />

Girls Tennis<br />

Lynnfield at N. Reading, 3:30<br />

TUESDAY, APRIL 25<br />

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Lynnfield at Ham-Wen, 3:45<br />

Girls Lacrosse<br />

Pentucket at Lynnfield, 3:45<br />

Boys Lacrosse<br />

Lynnfield at Pentucket, 3:45<br />

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Boys Tennis<br />

Lynnfield at Amesbury, 3:30<br />

Girls Tennis<br />

Amesbury at Lynnfield, 3:30<br />

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APRIL 20, 2017 WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 11<br />

Lynnfield girls tennis team sweeps Fenwick<br />

By Anne Marie Tobin<br />

LYNNFIELD -- The Lynnfield<br />

girls tennis team improved to<br />

2-0 Thursday with a 5-0 sweep<br />

over visiting Bishop Fenwick at<br />

Lynnfield High.<br />

Lynnfield rolled out an all-senior<br />

lineup, and the seniors<br />

took care of business. Two of<br />

them playing at second doubles,<br />

Rachel Strout and Laura Mucci,<br />

picked up their first varsity team<br />

win.<br />

“We showcased an all senior<br />

line-up today,” Lynnfield coach<br />

Craig Stone said. “With the exception<br />

of Mezini and Nevils,<br />

all others have worked their way<br />

up the ladder to full time varsity<br />

players of the years. (That) says<br />

a lot for hanging in there over the<br />

years and waiting for your time to<br />

contribute.<br />

“Singles looked impressive<br />

with straight set wins. First doubles<br />

had trouble steadying down<br />

in the first set, then rolled.”<br />

While the Crusaders came<br />

away empty-handed, there were<br />

plenty of positives the Crusaders<br />

took from the match.<br />

“In past years we haven’t<br />

played teams like this very<br />

often, so having a challenge<br />

like this is a good experience,”<br />

said Paula Hannon who is in her<br />

third season as Fenwick’s coach.<br />

“We are at different level compared<br />

to Lynnfield. The Catholic<br />

Conference just isn’t nearly as<br />

strong as the Cape Ann League,<br />

so exposing the girls to that<br />

higher level will help us when it<br />

comes time for the tournament.”<br />

Lynnfield senior captains<br />

Camie Foley and Nevils staked<br />

the Pioneers to a quick 2-0 lead.<br />

Foley, who had bumped off<br />

Nevils earlier in the week in a<br />

challenge match, defeated junior<br />

Taylor Botthof at second singles,<br />

6-0, 6-3, while Nevils defeated<br />

freshman Brenna Waldinger in<br />

the third singles match, 6-0, 6-2.<br />

Strout and Mucci secured the<br />

match with a 6-3, 6-3 win over<br />

Fenwick sophomores Tiana<br />

Iuliano and Niamh Walsh.<br />

Pioneer senior captain Katie<br />

Nugent and senior Allison Carey<br />

made it 4-0 with a 7-5, 6-1 win<br />

over Fenwick senior captain<br />

Patricia Jabonillo and junior<br />

Abby Graumann.<br />

The match was much closer<br />

than the scored indicated and was<br />

tied at 5-5 in the first set. Nugent<br />

and Carey rallied to win the next<br />

two games and their momentum<br />

carried over into the second set,<br />

which they dominated.<br />

“It was a hard match, but<br />

a good match until they won<br />

those last two games in the first<br />

set,” Jabonillo said. “We started<br />

learning more in the second set<br />

about our opponent’s style, but<br />

they just a good set to beat us.”<br />

The last match of the day was<br />

first singles, pitting Mezini, a<br />

senior captain, against Fenwick<br />

junior captain Katherine Kircher.<br />

Both players had played first singles<br />

since arriving at their respective<br />

schools as freshmen.<br />

Kircher may have lost the<br />

match, 6-0, 6-1, but she did something<br />

that doesn’t usually happen<br />

when taking on Mezini; that<br />

would be to hold a lead over the<br />

hard-hitting lefthander.<br />

“I was very surprised to lead<br />

the second set 1-0,” Kircher said.<br />

“I came into the match just trying<br />

to play the best tennis I can and<br />

maybe go for points and have<br />

fun, but I was little nervous in<br />

the beginning until I realized the<br />

pressure wasn’t on me. Once the<br />

pressure lifted after the first set, I<br />

was able to hit some good shots<br />

and kind of surprised myself<br />

when I got that first game.”<br />

Kircher and Mezini have practiced<br />

together in the offseason at<br />

Northeast Tennis Center, but had<br />

never played each other under<br />

match conditions.<br />

“Sarah is an amazing player<br />

and I knew her style of play from<br />

Northeast,” Kircher said. “It was<br />

a good experience for me to play<br />

a player of Sarah’s caliber. What<br />

got me in the beginning was her<br />

serve. Her second serve is just<br />

as good as her first serve, plus<br />

the ball spins a lot with her being<br />

a lefty, and I ended up having a<br />

couple of whiffs out there, but<br />

even so, I feel that by playing at<br />

that level, if I can say I improved<br />

even one percent from the experience,<br />

it’s really a good loss that<br />

will help me be a stronger player<br />

in future matches.”<br />

Mezini, a three-time quarterfinalist<br />

in the MIAA Individual<br />

Girls Championship, admitted<br />

after the match that Kircher had<br />

her number in a couple of games.<br />

“Yes, she really had me running<br />

around a little out there<br />

at the start of the second set,”<br />

said Mezini, who will playing<br />

Division 1 tennis at the University<br />

of Massachusetts starting this fall.<br />

For Hannon, playing Lynnfield<br />

is just one part of Fenwick’s plan<br />

PHOTO | ANNE MARIE TOBIN<br />

Sarah Mezini gets ready for a serve during last week’s match with Bishop Fenwick. The Pioneers won, 5-0.<br />

to reach the next level.<br />

Hannon said that Kircher’s<br />

match wasn’t the only good loss<br />

Thursday.<br />

“Our goal is to win a tournament<br />

match this year and the<br />

only way to do that is to player<br />

as tough a non-league schedule<br />

as we can,” said Hannon, who led<br />

the Crusaders to the No. 3 seed<br />

and a first round bye last year.<br />

“We lost to Notre Dame last year,<br />

but this year we do not want a<br />

bye; we want to play a first round<br />

match and improve our chances<br />

of getting that win. Our nonleague<br />

matches will push us and<br />

make us better.<br />

“That’s what you saw today<br />

from Kerriann and pretty much<br />

everybody. Kerriann was playing<br />

fearlessly, knowing that she had<br />

nothing to lose and everything<br />

to gain, so she was hitting harder<br />

and playing more aggressively<br />

than she might have against a<br />

weaker opponent.”<br />

The Pioneers opened the<br />

season April 10 with a 5-0 sweep<br />

at Hamilton-Wenham.<br />

Mezini won at first singles,<br />

6-2, 6-1, while Foley took the<br />

second singles match 6-0, 6-1 and<br />

Nevils prevailed at third singles,<br />

6-4, 6-3. Nugent and Carey won<br />

at first doubles, 6-2, 6-3, while<br />

Alexa Vittiglio and Mucci won<br />

the second doubles match, 6-0,<br />

6-1.<br />

“There wasn’t too much drama,<br />

but it is always nice to start the<br />

season with a win,” Stone said.<br />

“The best match of the day was at<br />

third singles.<br />

Nevils, powered by true grit<br />

and determination prevailed, and<br />

the newly formed number one<br />

doubles team looked impressive.<br />

(Our) singles line-up is pretty<br />

much established, but the doubles<br />

teams will be a work in progress.”


12 WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 APRIL 20, 2017<br />

Pioneer Baseball team remains undefeated<br />

By Harold Rivera<br />

and Anne Marie Tobin<br />

LYNNFIELD — The Lynnfield<br />

baseball team stayed undefeated last<br />

week with four more wins to improve<br />

to 5-0.<br />

On Tuesday, quality pitching,<br />

strong defense and timely hitting<br />

all came together in a 7-2 over<br />

Newburyport. The win came on the<br />

heels of Saturday’s 6-3 win at home<br />

over Masconomet and a 6-2 road<br />

win over Pentucket Thursday.<br />

Kyle Hawes got the start and<br />

tossed five innings, allowing just<br />

one earned run on three hits. Hawes<br />

hadn’t pitched in a while, but the senior<br />

didn’t show any signs of rust.<br />

“He hasn’t pitched in a while so<br />

I think he was getting his feet wet<br />

in the first inning,” O’Brien said.<br />

“After that he threw a lot of strikes.”<br />

Trailing 1-0, the Pioneers took<br />

advantage of Newburyport starter<br />

Casey Mc Laren, who walked four<br />

batters, two with the bases loaded.<br />

Cooper Marengi hit an sacrifice<br />

fly to put the Pioneers ahead 3-1.<br />

Lynnfield tacked on one more,<br />

making it a 4-1 edge at the end of<br />

the first inning.<br />

“It was good for us to get out in<br />

front of him (McLaren),” O’Brien<br />

said. “He kind of settled down after<br />

that. We got a couple timely hits<br />

when we needed them.”<br />

Lynnfield added a pair of runs<br />

in the bottom of second inning.<br />

Jonathan Luders reached on a walk<br />

and stole second base, setting the<br />

stage for Hawes to bring him home<br />

with an RBI single. Hawes advanced<br />

to third on a single from Juliano, and<br />

then scored on a wild pitch to make<br />

it a 6-1 edge for the Pioneers.<br />

The Clippers threatened for a<br />

two-out rally with runners on first<br />

and third in the top of the fourth.<br />

Lynnfield catcher Bryant Dana<br />

put an end to the threat, picking<br />

off the runner at first base to keep<br />

Newburyport off the board.<br />

“We give him (Dana) the freedom<br />

to throw the baseball around if he<br />

thinks he has the play,” O’Brien<br />

said. “He made a great play that<br />

saved us a couple runs I’d say.<br />

That kept Newburyport out of a big<br />

inning.”<br />

Jack Cahalane led off the fifth<br />

with a single, but the Pioneers’ defense<br />

staved off the Clippers again.<br />

The inning ended with a flyout to left<br />

field and double-play. Lynnfield’s<br />

ability to back Hawes with key defensive<br />

plays was a positive takeaway<br />

for O’Brien.<br />

Nicholas Torosian came on in relief<br />

of Hawes in the sixth inning and<br />

forced the Clippers to go three-up,<br />

three-down. Matthew Collins<br />

pitched the seventh inning and allowed<br />

an RBI single to Calahane,<br />

but buckled down to get the final out<br />

for the 7-2 win.<br />

Stellato drove Juliano home with<br />

an RBI double in the bottom of the<br />

fifth for Lynnfield’s final run of the<br />

game.<br />

Lynnfield 6, Masco 3<br />

Against Masco, both teams took<br />

advantage of some sloppy fielding<br />

in the first two innings, but once<br />

again, the Pioneers delivered timely<br />

hitting when they needed it most to.<br />

Juliano had a big day at the plate,<br />

going 3-for-3, including a bases-clearing<br />

triple in the bottom of<br />

the fourth inning to give Lynnfield<br />

the lead for good. Marengi wasn’t<br />

too shabby, either with a sacrifice fly<br />

and two base hits, including a solo<br />

home run in the bottom of the fifth.<br />

In the bottom of the first, Hawes<br />

reached base on an error. Hawes<br />

stole second and third, then came<br />

home on a sacrifice fly to center by<br />

Juliano.<br />

Starter Nick Aslanian got the<br />

first two outs easily in the top of<br />

the second, but a booted infield<br />

ground ball, an outfield error and a<br />

throwing error (on three consecutive<br />

at-bats) proved costly, allowing the<br />

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Kyle Hawes reacts after scoring on a three-run triple by Justin Juliano.<br />

With him are Cooper Marengi, left, and Andre Padovani.<br />

benefit of a hit.<br />

Lynnfield responded with a run in<br />

the bottom of the inning. Designated<br />

hitter Andre Padovani walked, advanced<br />

to second on a passed ball<br />

and third on a sacrifice fly to center<br />

by Marengi. Second baseman Mike<br />

Federico brought Padovani home<br />

with a two-out single to tie the game<br />

at 2-2.<br />

O’Brien said that getting that run<br />

back was key.<br />

“We had those three mistakes<br />

and the kids were upset with themselves,”<br />

said O’Brien. “But we answered<br />

with a run in our half of the<br />

inning, so they put it behind them<br />

instead of having it over their heads<br />

for a couple of innings.”<br />

Fielding woes continued in the<br />

next inning. Another infield error<br />

and walk gave Masco runners at<br />

second and third in the top of the<br />

third, but Aslanian settled down and<br />

got out of the jam with a routine<br />

grounder to Stellato at third.<br />

Lynnfield scored three runs in the<br />

bottom of the fourth to take a 5-2<br />

lead. Marengi led off with a single,<br />

got to second when first baseman<br />

Matt Fiore was hit by a pitch and<br />

third on a single by Hawes, setting<br />

the stage for Juliano, who ripped a<br />

three-run triple.<br />

“Justin played fantastic at shortstop<br />

and thad hat big three-run triple<br />

and had three hits, just a terrific<br />

day,” O’Brien said. “He is starting<br />

to swing the bat really well.”<br />

After Aslanian had his first 1-2-3<br />

inning in the top of the fifth, Marengi<br />

boosted the Pioneers’ lead to 6-2<br />

in the bottom half with a bomb to<br />

right-center.<br />

“We don’t go up looking for it<br />

(a home run), but we preach base<br />

hits and being patient, but he got his<br />

pitch and put a sting on it,” O’Brien<br />

said.<br />

Masco got one back in the top of<br />

the sixth, but after that, Aslanian retired<br />

the last five batters to seal the<br />

win.<br />

“He’s very competitive, fired up<br />

might be a better word to describe<br />

Nick,” said O’Brien, “Today, he<br />

might have been too fired up in the<br />

beginning, but he calmed down. I<br />

think he gave up only four hits and<br />

only had two, maybe three strikeouts,<br />

but some of the guys made<br />

some great plays behind him once<br />

we got past that one inning. We<br />

had some mental mistakes, but we<br />

made good contact and hit the ball<br />

and it was a nice win against a good<br />

ballclub.”<br />

Aslanian’s numbers were impressive.<br />

He went seven full innings and<br />

had a no-hitter through five innings.<br />

He gave up one earned run on only<br />

two hits, walked two and struck out<br />

three. Five of the Chieftains nine<br />

baserunners reached base on errors.<br />

“He’s a tough lefty, he battles,<br />

he’s intense and builds off the plays<br />

they made in the field,” Chieftains<br />

coach T.J. Baril said. “We were in<br />

it early, but we made some mistakes<br />

and gave them some free passes, but<br />

our guys stayed in it.<br />

O’Brien gave credit to Dana.<br />

“Once again, our catcher called<br />

a terrific game back there, and has<br />

been great so far,” O’Brien said.<br />

“Nick got stronger as the game went<br />

on and Dana called a great game.”<br />

Stellato, who had one base<br />

hit in four at bats, was intentionally<br />

walked in his last two plate<br />

appearances.<br />

“They (opponents) are not going<br />

to give him anything to hit, they<br />

walked him,” said O’Brien. “He s a<br />

terrific hitter and everyone knows it.<br />

Fiore, batting in the No. 9 slot,<br />

reached base twice in three at-bats<br />

(walk, hit batsman).<br />

“He played great at Pentucket<br />

with a hit and made some nice plays<br />

over there today,” O’Brien said.<br />

Lynnfield 6, Pentucket 2<br />

Against Pentucket, sophomore<br />

Fernando Gonzalez got the win on<br />

the mound, going six-plus innings<br />

and giving up two runs on four<br />

hits with seven strikeouts. Aslanian<br />

came on for the save in relief.<br />

Lynnfield jumped out to a 3-0<br />

lead after two innings and added<br />

three more in the fifth, the big hit<br />

being a two-run triple by Dana.<br />

On the offensive end, Dana had<br />

another big game with three hits<br />

including the triple and scored<br />

two runs, while Federico (2 RBI)<br />

reached base in all three of his at<br />

bats with a double, single and base<br />

on balls. Marengi (RBI) also had<br />

two hits and a sac fly. Juliano had a<br />

base hit and scored, while Padovani<br />

and Luders scored after being hit by<br />

pitches.<br />

Lynnfield 8, Triton 3<br />

Against Triton April 11, Juliano<br />

had a big day, giving up no runs<br />

on seven hits on the mound and<br />

going 2-for-3 with an RBI at the<br />

plate. Dana also had a big offensive<br />

day with a single, a double and<br />

three RBI, while Stellato smacked<br />

a two-run home run. Marengi and<br />

Padovani each had one RBI in the<br />

win.<br />

Lynnfield has an important league<br />

game this morning against archrival<br />

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Girls lacrosse breezes<br />

past North Reading<br />

By Anne Marie Tobin<br />

NORTH READING — It was a very<br />

good Friday for the Lynnfield girls lacrosse<br />

team, which dominated archrival<br />

North Reading, winning 13-1<br />

Eight Pioneers scored goals, with senior<br />

Elise Murphy continuing her torrid scoring<br />

streak with a hat trick.<br />

“Today, a lot of people, pretty much everyone,<br />

contributed so that’s nice to have<br />

everyone get a chance to make a contribution,”<br />

coach Ethan Blanchette said, adding<br />

that “things will get a lot tougher after the<br />

spring break.”<br />

North Reading got off to a strong start,<br />

winning the opening draw and pinning the<br />

Pioneers (4-1) back in their defensive end<br />

for the first minute of the game. After that,<br />

it was all Lynnfield.<br />

Senior Caroline Buckley opened the<br />

scoring at the 21:42 mark after Murphy<br />

caused a turnover at midfield.<br />

Buckley won the ensuing draw and<br />

found Gracie Sperling, who circled around<br />

the back of the net and slipped a low shot<br />

past Hornets’ goalie Kylie Ford, who had<br />

more than her fair of action with 14 saves.<br />

After Buckley won another draw, she<br />

found Murphy, who weaved her around<br />

three defenders and shoveled one home<br />

with her back to the net to make it 3-0 with<br />

about 18 minutes to play in the half.<br />

“The draws allowed us to control the<br />

game,” Lynnfield coach Ethan Blanchette<br />

said. “We one 12 of 15 draws, eight of<br />

them by Caroline. Draws are so important<br />

in the girls game. “If you want to beat<br />

better teams, you have to win them, otherwise<br />

you don’t stand a chance.<br />

Three minutes later, Olivia Sarni and<br />

Murphy made it 5-0 with two goals in a<br />

span of 35 seconds.<br />

North Reading won the next draw and<br />

made if a four-goal game when Casey<br />

McAuliffe converted a free position shot<br />

with 13:24 to play in the first half.<br />

Lynnfield continued to apply offensive<br />

pressure, but struggled to finish. The<br />

Pioneers failed to convert three straight<br />

free position attempts over a span of about<br />

two minutes, but finally Sperling ended the<br />

drought at the 7:03 mark.<br />

“We missed like three or four straight<br />

when we shot the ball right at the goalie’s<br />

stick, so that frustrating the heck out of<br />

me,” Blanchette said.<br />

Lynnfield closed out the half strong<br />

with goals by Liv Smyrnios, Buckley and<br />

Lilli Patterson. After Buckley’s goal, the<br />

Pioneers held the ball for more than three<br />

minutes, before Patterson found the mark<br />

with 3.8 seconds left to send the Pioneers<br />

into halftime with a 9-1 lead.<br />

Both teams were missing key starters<br />

due to the onset of April vacation, but it<br />

was North Reading that seemed to take the<br />

hardest hit. The Hornets were back on their<br />

heels in their own end for all but a couple<br />

of minutes of the second half as Lynnfield<br />

played the possession game to perfection<br />

and holding the ball for nearly five minutes<br />

on two occasions. All the Hornets could<br />

do was chase.<br />

There are a limited number of openings<br />

in the Lynnfield Men’s Over-40 Softball<br />

League. Registration deadline is April 21.<br />

To register, visit the league website,<br />

LynnfieldMensSoftball.com/registration.<br />

The league is open to all current or<br />

former male residents of the town who will<br />

be 40 years of age or older as of May 9.<br />

Teams play one game a week, primarily<br />

on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday<br />

nights with some occasional Friday evening<br />

contests. Makeup games are usually<br />

“With that lead all we wanted to do was<br />

keep possession and spread the field to eat<br />

up the clock,” Blanchette said. “We got<br />

the time down, then were able to give the<br />

starters a rest and get some of the other<br />

girls some minutes. In that situation, you<br />

just want to milk the clock and get out of<br />

there with a win. All in all, it was a good<br />

win for us.”<br />

Murphy, junior Eliza Brooks (her first<br />

career varsity goal) and sophomore Lexine<br />

Bucci capped the scoring with second half<br />

goals.<br />

Sophomore goalie Lauren Vaccaro had<br />

only two saves, both in the first half, a fact<br />

which pleased Blanchette.<br />

“I don’t think she even touched the<br />

ball in the second half, and really I don’t<br />

think our defense had to do much either,”<br />

Blanchette said “The key to our defense is<br />

to keep winning the draws to give the offense<br />

a chance to control the game.<br />

Smyrnios had a team-high three ground<br />

balls and three caused turnovers, while<br />

Sperling had two each.<br />

North Reading coach Samantha Whitney<br />

said the game came down to execution.<br />

“We just couldn’t pass and catch today,”<br />

she said. “That was really the big factor.<br />

But the one thing we did do that pleased<br />

me was were did a pretty good job pursuing<br />

a double on defense which we have<br />

been working on, especially considering<br />

we were missing three starting defenders.<br />

We just couldn’t move the ball effectively<br />

on defense.”<br />

On April 12, the Pioneers traveled to<br />

Mystic Valley and came away with a 13-5<br />

win in the pouring rain.<br />

“They were much better than I expected<br />

and had a couple of girls who could play,”<br />

Blanchette said. “They are a scrappy and<br />

up-and-coming team.”<br />

Lynnfield poured it on early, jumping<br />

out to a 7-0 lead midway through the first<br />

half. After that, the pace slowed down and<br />

the teams matched each other the rest of<br />

the way to go into halftime with Lynnfield<br />

holding an 8-1 lead.<br />

Mystic Valley closed the gap to 8-3 with<br />

a couple of quick strikes, but Lynnfield<br />

pushed the lead to as many as nine at 13-4<br />

before the Eagles scored in the last minute.<br />

Murphy was immense with five goals,<br />

while Ashley Barrett scored three to pace<br />

the Pioneers’ attack.<br />

Tia Johnson scored her first career varsity<br />

goal. Freshman Tori Morelli led the<br />

team in caused turnovers with three, while<br />

Murphy and Smyrnios picked up a teamhigh<br />

three ground balls. Vaccaro made five<br />

saves in the victory.<br />

The Pioneers do not play again until<br />

April 25 when they host Pentucket. While<br />

April vacation should be in the rear view<br />

mirror, Blanchette said such is not the case.<br />

“I try not to schedule games during vacation<br />

because we just have too many kids<br />

who aren’t here,” Blanchette said. As it<br />

is, we still were missing kids today off on<br />

early vacations and we will also miss kids<br />

the first couple of days after vacation.”<br />

Registration for over-40 softball still open<br />

played Monday nights.<br />

The cost is $140 (non-refundable), which<br />

includes the $30 town of Lynnfield’s field<br />

assessment fee.<br />

The league uses wooden bats and includes<br />

no sliding. Games are overseen by<br />

ASA umpires.<br />

For more information, visit LynnfieldMensSoftball.com,<br />

or contact Commissioner<br />

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PAVING<br />

“Making Old Driveways<br />

Look New”<br />

Driveway Widening<br />

Walkways<br />

New & Resurface Asphalt<br />

Landscaping<br />

and Cement Work<br />

Alexander Moura<br />

978-532-6440<br />

Free Estimate<br />

www.ampavingpeabody.com<br />

LYNNFIELD<br />

11 GERRY RD.<br />

$422,000<br />

B: Harry E. Ogden<br />

S: Mary E. Dobie<br />

380 LOWELL ST.<br />

$650,000<br />

B: Peggy P. Calle<br />

S: Dennis Nguyen<br />

272 PILLINGS POND RD.<br />

$145,000<br />

B: Geri Scoppettuolo<br />

S: Evelyn Malveira and Charles S.<br />

Smith<br />

16 POCAHONTAS WAY.<br />

$605,000<br />

B: Scott R. Ciulla and Emily S.<br />

Ciulla<br />

S: Gertrude B. Alley, Trustee for<br />

Alley National Trust<br />

PEABODY<br />

Real Estate Transfers<br />

5 ABORN ST.<br />

$306,000<br />

B: Rivers Edge Properties<br />

S: Crisostomo Palmira A. Estate<br />

and Antonio Crisostomo<br />

RELOCATING?<br />

750 DI1471280 432<br />

6.00 x 3 DI1471280<br />

NORTHRUP<br />

10 LEDGEWOOD WAY. U:27<br />

$329,900<br />

B: Anthony M. Conti and Janice A.<br />

Doucette<br />

S: Ellen L. Ippoliti<br />

112 LOWELL ST. U:12<br />

$299,900<br />

B: Janice A. McCue<br />

S: Shauna A. Ward<br />

224 LYNN ST.<br />

$217,000<br />

B: Dori A. Jaber<br />

S: Sheryl L. Lundstrom<br />

11 MAIN ST.<br />

$1,750,000<br />

B: Todisco Properties, L.L.C.<br />

S: 17 Peabody Square, L.L.C.<br />

36 PULASKI ST.<br />

$335,000<br />

B: Tina Santos and Kevin R.<br />

Sullivan<br />

S: Patricia Clarke and Dennis<br />

Clarke<br />

27 RAYLEN AVE.<br />

$504,000<br />

B: Jamie L. Burrows and Robert D.<br />

Bryson<br />

S: Erika D. Screnci and Dennis T.<br />

Screnci, Jr.<br />

6 STACIA RD.<br />

$487,000<br />

B: Denise Caprio and Sandra<br />

Caprio<br />

S: John N. Karamas, Trustee for<br />

Parkview Realty Trust<br />

8 VIOLET RD.<br />

$325,000<br />

B: Clinton M. Gerrish and Claire M.<br />

Gerrish<br />

S: Lynn A. Tolson<br />

WHY SPEND<br />

$40,000<br />

TO SELL<br />

YOUR HOME?<br />

Deighan<br />

Real Estate<br />

Company<br />

978-979-9425<br />

“Helpful tips” for a S-M-O-O-T-H trouble-free move!<br />

Designate a drawer for essentials such as sheets and<br />

towels for quick access the first night you move into<br />

your new home.<br />

Plan a garage/yard sale before you move.<br />

Fresh coffee, baking soda, or charcoal in a sock, placed<br />

inside your refrigerator will keep the inside smelling<br />

fresh and clean.


APRIL 20, 2017 WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 15<br />

This is where they take steps toward<br />

a life of unlimited future success.<br />

THIS IS HOME.<br />

LYNNFIELD $1,249,000<br />

LYNNFIELD $1,199,900<br />

LYNNFIELD $779,000<br />

LYNNFIELD $799,900<br />

SALE<br />

PENDING!<br />

NEW<br />

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OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 12-2 OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 12-2<br />

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LYNNFIELD $739,900<br />

STUNNING NEW CONSTRUCTION, Colonial offering 4Brs, 3.5<br />

baths, private yard, open floor plan, 9’ ceilings, gorgeous kitchen<br />

and so much more<br />

Nikki Martin<br />

LYNNFIELD $649,000<br />

RENOVATED BRICK COLONIAL with 10 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 4<br />

finished levels, deck level yard, 2-car heated garage, game room,<br />

and so much more.<br />

Louise Touchette<br />

PEABODY $479,900<br />

STUNNING 10 ROOM SPLIT level in King James Grant neighborhood!<br />

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Nikki Martin<br />

PEABODY $639.900<br />

SALE<br />

PENDING!<br />

WELL MAINTAINED SPLIT LEVEL HOME with 2 stone fireplaces,<br />

HW floors, large level private yard, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, lower<br />

level in-law potential with 3 room suite featuring 4th br and<br />

game room.<br />

Carol DiCiaccio<br />

LAND – million dollar subdivision of existing elegant homes. Build<br />

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Louise Touchette<br />

WEST PEABODY pristine 3-bedroom multi-level home with<br />

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vaulted ceilings, all on large level lot.<br />

Rosetti/Poti Team<br />

NEW CONSTRUCTION Colonial in West Peabody on 20,193 sq<br />

ft lot. Photo is the same house built in different location. This<br />

home has a 2-car garage under the left side instead of basement<br />

door shown.<br />

Rosetti Poti Team<br />

PEABODY $489,900<br />

MIDDLETON $980,000<br />

MIDDLETON $679,900<br />

LYNN $299,900<br />

NEW<br />

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SPRAWLING WEST PEABODY RANCH with 3BRS, 2.5 baths,<br />

very well maintained and offering some nice updates throughout.<br />

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NEW CONSTRUCTION IN NEW SUBDIVISION, 12 room Colonial,<br />

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Rosetti/Poti Team<br />

FABULOUS RANCH WITH OPEN FLOOR PLAN, 3 car garage, HW<br />

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5BR COLONIAL WITH HIGH CEILINGS, HW floors, large EIK,<br />

some updates, vinyl siding, 2 driveways and fenced yard!<br />

Pina DiChiara<br />

LYNN $329,000<br />

LYNN $225,000<br />

EVERETT $639,900<br />

HAVERHILL $259,900<br />

NEW<br />

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Dan DelGrosso<br />

CENTURY OLD VICTORIAN waiting to be restored to its original<br />

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Fran Frisella<br />

2-UNIT GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR OWNER OCCUPANCY!<br />

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Jennifer Banwait<br />

YOUNG 3BR COLONIAL with relaxing river views, spacious<br />

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Linda Ruiz<br />

MIDDLETON $1,040,000<br />

SALE<br />

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LYNNFIELD $1,199,000<br />

SALE<br />

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SALE<br />

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13 ROOM NEW GRAND COLONIAL in new private subdivision<br />

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Rosetti/Poti Team<br />

STUNNING 4BR COLONIAl on Cul-de-sac in Liberty Hill Estates!.<br />

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LUXURY 12-ROOM, new construction Colonial with 4BRs, 4.5<br />

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Nikki Martin<br />

Christopher Polak, VP/Managing Broker<br />

1085 Summer Street, Lynnfield, MA 01940<br />

781-334-5700 NewEnglandMoves.com


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LYNNFIELD - $489,900<br />

LYNNFIELD - $539,900<br />

READING $624,900<br />

SALE PENDING!<br />

SALE PENDING!<br />

BEAUTIFUL 9 ROOM RAISED RANCH WITH A CONTEMPORARY FLAIR. Living room and dining room have<br />

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EVENINGS: 978-317-4362<br />

BETTER THAN NEW! BEAUTIFULLY RENOVATED 2 BEDROOM CAPE ON A 1 ACRE LOT. This move-in ready home is<br />

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EVENINGS: 617-7912922 or 978-5901628<br />

WEST SIDE TUDOR! Incredible location & corner lot Opportunities like this don’t come around too often.<br />

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LYNNFIELD - $649,900<br />

LYNNFIELD - $799,000<br />

THE ULTIMATE OF LUXURY LIVING in this stately Scholz Design brick front colonial. 15 rooms, 4 bedrooms<br />

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LONGWOOD ESTATES STUNNING 4 BED 2 1/2 BATH COLONIAL ON CUL-DE-SAC. New<br />

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Architecturally designed<br />

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abutting Sagamore Golf<br />

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EVENINGS: 781-956-0241<br />

LYNNFIELD - $1,100,000<br />

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SALE PENDING!<br />

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EVENINGS: 978-979-7993<br />

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Helen Bolino<br />

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Donna S nyder<br />

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