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12 THURSDAY, APRIL 12 Boys lacrosse Peabody at Danvers, 4 Boys tennis Spellman at Fenwick, 4 FRIDAY, APRIL 13 Girls lacrosse Peabody at Quincy, 4 Softball Wakefield at Peabody, 4 ‘ Girls tennis Fenwick at Danvers, 3:30 Boys tennis MC at Fenwick, 4 SATURDAY, APRIL 14 Boys lacrosse Swampscott at Peabody, 10 Baseball St. Mary’s at Fenwick, 3 SUNDAY, APRIL 15 No events scheduled CATERING TAKE-OUT •Dinners • Sandwiches • Salads • Daily Specials 978-532-2791 santoros.com 2 Large Cheese Pizzas $14.99 HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE MONDAY, APRIL 16 Softball Malden at Peabody, 10 Girls tennis Peabody at Malden, 10 Matignon at Fenwick, 10 Boys lacrosse Peabody at Marblehead, 11 Fenwick at Pentucket, 4 Baseball Peabody at Malden, 5 Fenwick at Pentucket, 10 TUESDAY, APRIL 17 Girls lacrosse Peabody at Medford, 10 Fenwick at Latin Tourn. TBD Boys lacrosse Peabody at Ipswich, 10 Boys tennis Peabody at Malden, 10 Track Beverly at Peabody, 4 Austin Prep at Fenwick, 10 ] WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18 Girls tennis Everett at Peabody, 8 Baseball Everett at Peabody, 10 Softball Peabody at Everett, 10 Northeast Voke at Fenwick, 2 Boys tennis Peabody at Everett, 10 Girls lacrosse Fenwick at Latin Tour., TBA WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 APRIL 12, 2018 Fenwick girls tennis falls to Lynnfield By Anne Marie Tobin PEABODY — The Lynnfield and Bishop Fenwick girls tennis teams opened their seasons this past Monday under sunny, albeit, chilly, skies at Bishop Fenwick. On paper at least, the Crusaders appeared to have an edge with four returning starters and a fifth with some varsity experience, while the Pioneers returned only one veteran. Nonetheless, the Pioneers did what they always seem to do under coach Craig Stone, and that is find a way to win, 4-1, but the match was closer than the final score would suggest. Two of the five matches went three sets, another was decided in a tie-breaker and a fourth match was decided by only four games. “With so many new players, the big thing to take away from this match is knowing that you can compete,” said Stone. “We won the match but are capable of playing better, but Fenwick is a perennial tournament team so it was a good win. Fenwick was easily within the grasp of being able to win this match and we knew that we were not playing a weak team by any means, so it will be interesting the next time we play them comes around in May.” Fenwick coach Paula Hannon, now in her fourth season as head coach of the Crusaders, is also looking forward to the rematch. “All of the matches were competitive,” she said. “Two three setters, one tie break, and all five matches had a set at least as close as 6-4. Lynnfield graduated some excellent college level talent last year, but with such a strong program, they are just able to reload every year. We look forward to playing them again in PHOTO | ANNE MARIE TOBIN Fenwick Senior captain Kerry Kircher won her first singles match — Fenwick’s only point against Lynnfield. late May.” Fenwick’s only point was secured by senior captain Kerry Kircher, who defeated freshman Megan Nevils by injury forfeit, 2-6, 6-3, 2-0, in the first singles match. Nevils is the second in her family to step into the position as a freshman, succeeding older sister Kelley who manned the spot in 2013. “Coming in as a freshman and competing is a credit PEABODY No. Grp. Name Age G Jonathan Blodgett 37 M 48 Elite Daniel Vassallo 32 M 7323 1/8 Ariann Maida 22 F 13359 2/6 Harold Beard 63 M 22030 3/7 Raymond Brady 62 M 25954 4/2 Allison McCarthy 29 F 26335 4/3 Callie Trombley 25 F 26389 4/3 Jacqueline Kurkowski 35 F 26969 4/3 Craig Welton 36 M 27249 4/4 John Bradley 48 M 27255 4/4 Saleena Glowik 25 F 27419 4/4 Robert Manning 20 M 27638 4/4 Jillian Levine 29 F 28525 4/5 Kathleen Tracia 44 F 28954 4/5 Cheryl Welsh 60 F 29086 4/6 Jaclyn Giarrusso 28 F 29411 4/6 Paul Brogna 32 M 29414 4/6 Anthonr Cataldo 33 M 29661 4/6 Melissa Troisi 35 F 29966 4/6 Alyssa Shashaty 18 F to her,” Stone said. “It’s not easy when you are competing at the varsity level for the first time and you find yourself in the first singles spot, but she is an athlete and she did get off to a great start.” The second singles match between Lynnfield junior captain Alex Vittiglio and Fenwick’s Brenna Waldinger needed three sets before Vittiglio finally prevailed, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1. Vittiglio is the only Lynnfield player with varsity experience. Last year, she played doubles primarily, but this year she is slated to play singles. “It’s not easy to make that jump from doubles to singles, but Alexa has worked very hard in the off season and has taken pride in her conditioning,” Stone said. “No doubt, she is mentally tougher in terms of playing point to point and you could see that today.” Lynnfield exchange student Bella Ferreira took the third singles match over Niomh Walshe, 6-4, 6-1. “She is our senior surprise,” Stone said. “I had no idea who she was, but the kids said she could hit the ball. She is the perfect third singles player who loves to rally from the baseline and doesn’t get riled. She needs to learn to work the points more and use a little more strategy, but she is a pleasant addition to the lineup.” Lynnfield swept both doubles matches. Sophomore Gillian Skelley and partner Emma Gallucci, a freshman eked out a win over Abby Gaumann and Anna Young at first doubles, 6-3, 7-6 (7-2), while the sophomore duo of Claire Yang and Celeste Joly prevailed over Maria O’Donnell and Anna Krause at second doubles, 6-3, 6-4. Lynnfield’s next match is at home tomorrow against Cape Ann League rival Hamilton-Wenham, while the Crusaders next match is tomorrow at Danvers. Furtado’s gem paces Fenwick ROUNDUP Bishop Fenwick senior pitcher David Furtado pitched a gem in his first time out this season, giving up only three hits, striking out seven and walking one in tossing a complete game on only 79 pitches as the Crusaders took down Arlington Catholic, 9-0, at home on Monday afternoon. Bbatterymate, Keegan O’Connor, took care of the bulk of the offense, going 3-for-4 with two triples, a double, and five RBI. Other stars were Ethan Belt (2-for-3), Tucker Destino (2 hits, RBI), Nick Pignone (2 hits, 2 RBI) and Trey Delourey (2-for-4, run). St. John’s Prep 5 Malden Catholic 3 The Eagles had to grind one out on Monday afternoon at home. Sean Letarte got the win after tossing five innings of one-run ball and giving up only two hits. SOFTBALL Arlington Catholic 7 Bishop Fenwick 5 Six errors were the undoing for the Crusaders. Natalie Medros had a solid start on the mound, pitching a complete game and giving up four earned runs on seven hits with four strikeouts. Tessa Palermo went 2-for-4 with two RBI to pace the offense, while Courtney Norton also went 2-for-4 and added eight putouts in right field. GIRLS LACROSSE St. Mary’s 15 Bishop Fenwick 9 Goalkeeper Lauren Vaccaro of Lynnfield was a stalwart in net all night long for the Spartans, notching double-digit saves as she helped lead St. Mary’s to its first win of the season on Monday. Peabody’s Mady Hentosh had one goal and PEABODY/LYNNFIELD BOSTON MARATHON RUNNERS four assists for the Spartans. Peabody 10 Danvers 5 At Peabody Monday, the sophomores led the way for the Tanners (3-0), with Colleen Crotty (5 goals), Olivia Kiricoples (3 goals) and Hailie Lomasney (2 goals) all scoring multiple times. Senior Sarah Buckley also scored. Coach Dennis Desroches singled out Catherine Manning, Jordyn Collins, Aja Alimonte, Hayley Baker and Amber Kiricoples. BOYS LACROSSE Bishop Fenwick 10 St. Mary’s 7 At home Monday, Derek Delvecchio had 3 goals and an assist to lead the Crusaders’ offense. Diego Alvarez-Segee had 2 goals and an assist, while Brian Harrington had 1 goal and 5 assists. Stefano Fabiano (assist), Brandon Kenney and Nick Muzi (assist) also scored. 29993 4/6 James Harkins 38 M 30114 4/7 Justin Cecil 43 M 30197 4/7 Michael Bettencourt 31 M 30303 4/7 Alison MacDonald 23 F 31011 4/7 John Dullea 38 M LYNNFIELD 26070 4/3 Devin Strzempek 30 M 25455 4/2 Brittany Hunt 24 F 30073 4/7 Melissa Adams 36 F 10150 2/3 Paul Chekai 42 M 26456 4/3 Cate Lynch 38 F 30909 4/7 Alfred Buccilli 56 M 26550 4/3 Janice Corkhum 46 F 30077 4/7 Erika Wilson 38 F 546 1/1 Daniel Kelley 40 M 27607 4/4 Alyssa Maglione 31 F 27602 4/4 Richard Maglione 35 M 19163 3/4 Lori Mitchener 41 F 25306 4/2 Kristan Murphy 49 F 27127 4/4 Kip Sanford 51 M

APRIL 12, 2018 WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 13 Letter to the editor Sexual Education and its Place in Schools With STI rates on the rise among youth in Massachusetts and sex become more and more common in the media, providing students with an extensive sexual education in schools is becoming increasingly important. Without sexual education in school, some students may resort to the internet or various other media sources in order to get information. These sources that a student finds may not be the most reliable source of information or even have accurate information. 92 percent of Massachusetts voters agree that students should receive sex education in high school, and 89 percent of Massachusetts voters believe sex education should be comprehensive, including if students decide to become sexually active. The Healthy Youth Act is currently working to be passed that would ensure that schools provide comprehensive and age-specific sex education. The act includes teaching consent, benefits of delaying sex, what a healthy relationship looks like, and how to prevent STIs and pregnancy when a person does decide to have sex. The act also includes an opt-out for parents and guardians if they wish to take their children out of sex education offered at the school. With LGBTQ youth being disproportionately affected by STIs and sexual assault, the Healthy Youth Act now includes language making it LGBTQ-inclusive. I believe that schools should offer comprehensive sex education. Watching enough television and cinema, I can see that sexuality is made more appealing to younger ages. What content cinemas used to deem as rated “R” is now labeled as “pg-13.” With such influences in the media, it’s important now that students get universal and accurate information concerning safe sex. 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INTRODUCED April 5, 2018 ORDERED PUBLISHED April 5, 2018 PUBLISHED April 12, 2018 Weekly News: April 12, 2018 City of Peabody Zoning Board of Appeals LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Board of Appeals of the City of Peabody will hold a Public hearing on Monday, April 23, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the Wiggin Auditorium, City Hall, 24 Lowell Street, Peabody, Massachusetts 01960 on the application of Suzanne and James Hughes, 7 Goodridge Street, Peabody, Massachusetts, for a Variance from the Provision of the Zoning Ordinance 2017, as amended, Section 7.2 as it applies to the premise known as 7 Goodridge Street, Map 103, Lot 064A, Peabody, Massachusetts. Petitioner seeks a variance for proposed addition. Relief is needed to rear yard where 12.5 +/- feet are proposed and 35 feet are required. The property is located in a R1 zoning district. The application and plot plan are available for review at the City Clerk and Board of Appeals Office, City Hall and will be available at the time of Public Hearing. Board of Appeals Frances Bisazza-Gallugi, Chairperson Weekly News: April 5, 12, 2018 City of Peabody Zoning Board of Appeals LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Board of Appeals of the City of Peabody will hold a Public hearing on Monday, April 23, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the Wiggin Auditorium, City Hall, 24 Lowell Street, Peabody, Massachusetts 01960 on the application of James Gustin, 195A Bartholomew Street, Peabody, Massachusetts, for a Variance from the Provision of the Zoning Ordinance 2017, as amended, Section 7.2 as it applies to the premise known as 195A Bartholomew Street, Map 106, Lot 039F, Peabody, Massachusetts. Petitioner seeks a variance for proposed addition. Relief is needed on right side yard where 9 feet are proposed and 20 feet are required and front yard where 18 feet are proposed and 25 feet are required. The property is located in a R1 zoning district. The application and plot plan are available for review at the City Clerk and Board of Appeals Office, City Hall and will be available at the time of Public Hearing. Board of Appeals Frances Bisazza-Gallugi, Chairperson Weekly News: April 5, 12, 2018 LEGALS PEABODY CITY COUNCIL LEGAL AD NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Peabody, acting as the Special Permit Granting Authority, will conduct a public hearing on THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 26, 2018, at 7:30 P.M., in the Frank L. Wiggin Auditorium, City Hall, 24 Lowell Street, Peabody, MA on the application from SIMON PROPERTY GROUP, 225 W. Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN FOR A SPECIAL PERMIT SEEKING TO AMEND SPECIAL PERMIT 20-2011 BY MODIFYING THE DESIGN OF THE EXISTING DIGITAL BILLBOARD SIGN BY CHANGING METAL PANELS ON THEEXISTING FRAME AND INSTAL- LING A NEW CHANNEL LETTER SET at said 210 ANDOVER STREET ALONG THE WESTERLY BOUNDARY OF ROUTE 128, Peabody, MA as filed in accordance with Sections 11.4.8, 6.1, and 15.7 of the Peabody Zoning Ordinance. PEABODY CITY COUNCIL COUNCILLOR EDWARD R. CHAREST CITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT Weekly News: April 12, 19, 2018 City of Peabody Zoning Board of Appeals LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Board of Appeals of the City of Peabody will hold a Public hearing on Monday, April 23, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the Wiggin Auditorium, City Hall, 24 Lowell Street, Peabody, Massachusetts 01960 on the application of Gaetano Fodera, 3 Birch Street, Peabody, Massachusetts, for a Variance from the Provision of the Zoning Ordinance 2017, as amended, Section 7.2 as it applies to the premise known as 3 Birch Street, Map 014, Lot 076, Peabody, Massachusetts. Petitioner seeks a variance for proposed deck. Relief is needed lot coverage where 27% is proposed and 25% is required. The property is located in a R1 zoning district. The application and plot plan are available for review at the City Clerk and Board of Appeals Office, City Hall and will be available at the time of Public Hearing. Board of Appeals Frances Bisazza-Gallugi, Chairperson Weekly News: April 5, 12, 2018 Looking for past issues? Find them on weeklynews.net