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Roundup: Newton South softball opens with win over Waltham

The Newton South softball team opened the season hoping to avenge its 2012 final regular-season loss that kept the Lions out of the playoffs. Freshman Kim-An Quinn got the Lions off to a good start by striking out 12 in a 9-4 victory over visiting Waltham.

For Lions coach Dave Salett, seeing Quinn pitch her first game was a long time in the making.

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“We’ve known her since fifth grade when she joined our pitching clinics. We’ve waited four years for today . . . I think she’s a special player,” said Salett.

Quinn loaded the bases in the first but surrendered just one run.

Belmont 21, Cambridge 14 — Junior Kendall Brown had two home runs for the Marauders.


Apponequet 1, Old Rochester 0— Junior Josh Fickert threw a no-hitter for the Lakers. Fickert recorded 12 strikeouts and two walks in eight innnings.

Newton North 8, Braintree 4 — Philip Biancuzo hit two triples and had three RBIs for the Tigers, and Ted Rodliff pitched four innings of scoreless relief.

Abington 7, Cohasset 4 — Michael Walsh (1-0) struck out 10 and gave up two earned runs for the Green Wave.

Arlington Catholic 16, Brighton 4 — Senior Timmy Conroy struck out seven, walked one, and had three hits and two RBIs for the Cougars.

Cambridge 3, Revere 2 — Ted Downing hit a go-ahead RBI double in the eighth for the Falcons.

Boys’ lacrosse

Franklin 13, Falmouth 3 — Senior attackmen Jake Sargent and Bobby Partner combined for six goals for the Panthers.

Girls’ lacrosse

Billerica 11, Chelmsford 7 — Lindsay Whiteway had three goals for the Indians.

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