BASEBALL

Revere, Saugus win in Serino baseball tournament

Revere got past East Boston, 7-2, while Saugus routed Madison Park, 11-0.

Friday’s school roundup: BC High outslugs Braintree in baseball

The host Eagles (3-3) scored four times in both the fourth and fifth innings and beat Braintree, 8-6.

Peabody baseball coach Mark Bettencourt decided to stick with his starting pitcher despite a fifth-inning jam Thursday against St. John’s Prep, and the move paid off for the Tanners.

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Thursday’s school roundup: Peabody rides pitching to win over St. John’s Prep in baseball

Senior lefthander Matt Correale tossed a three-hitter for the Tanners in a 5-2 victory in Danvers.

SOFTBALL

East Boston flattens Brighton in softball

Senior Danielle Elliot threw a complete game for East Boston, striking out six, in a 6-2 victory.

Maddy Barone earned the win for Silver Lake.

Wednesday’s school roundup: Silver Lake beats B-R in softball

Shannon Grindle’s two-run homer in the fourth inning lifted the Lakers to a 3-0 victory.

Tuesday’s school roundup: Duxbury holds off Xaverian in boys’ lacrosse

Shane Sullivan’s late goal gave the Dragons (8-1) breathing room in its 8-5 victory Tuesday

Monday’s school roundup: Westwood defeats Longmeadow in girls’ lacrosse

Brooke Troy had five goals for the Wolverines in a rematch of last year’s Division 1 state final.

HIGH SCHOOL NOTEBOOK

Football scholar-athlete banquet coming up May 3

The National Football Foundation’s Eastern Mass. chapter will honor the best of the class of 2015.

Suit up for Team USA? Aspiring football players showcase skills in Leominster

Under the watchful eyes of high school and college coaches, young gridders vied for spots on US national teams.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/04/15/BostonGlobe.com/Regional/Images/dtlumacki_track_reg03.jpg Hingham High senior stares down the 400-meter hurdles

After an apprehensive debut as a freshman, Kate Freda conquered her fears, and foes, to win the All-State title as a junior.

Nipmuc Regional High School track athlete and team captain Kurt Robakiewicz (cq), 18, practices the Triple Jump after school Thursday April 16, in Mendon, MA. Robakiewicz placed first in the 2014 Massachusetts Outdoor Track State Championship for Triple Jump with a new personal record of 46 feet 9 inches.

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HIGH SCHOOL TRACK

Nipmuc senior Kurt Robakiewicz has mastered the technicalities of the triple jump

The defending New England and All-State champion breaks down the steps to success in one of track’s most challenging events.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/04/15/BostonGlobe.com/Regional/Images/lorenz_19notrack_002.jpg Billerica High pole vaulter Nicole Kelly reaches new heights

Successfully clearing the bar, Kelly says, has everything to do with having the right mentality.