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    Roundup: Patriot baseball title is all Silver Lake’s

    Heading into Tuesday’s matchup at Pembroke, Lakers senior Mike Lundin had a flawless 6-0 record and 0.00 ERA for No. 12 Silver Lake.

    He had pitched 38 innings and struck out 51. Confidence was certainly not lacking for the Lakers baseball team, which clinched its first outright Patriot League title in school history with a 5-1 win over the Titans.

    Silver Lake (15-2) controlled its destiny, but also had to hope for a Hingham loss to clinch sole possession of the title.


    A hitting barrage in the top of the first inning put the Lakers up, 4-0, and Lundin followed by fanning five of the first six batters.

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    ‘‘The numbers speak for themselves,’’ said Silver Lake coach Kenny Tocci. ‘‘Those stats are even more impressive because of who he has beaten. He’s pitching against the iron of the league and he is dominating.’’

    Leading by four runs, Tocci pulled Lundin in the third inning, but put him in left field just in case he needed to use him again. Fortunately for the Lakers, they didn’t have to.

    Freshman Anthony Videtto pitched the final four innings and gave up Pembroke’s lone run in the sixth. On the bus ride home, Tocci informed his team that the Green Dragons had defeated the Harbormen, 4-2, and the Lakers erupted in celebration.

    Duxbury 4, Hingham 2 — Sophomore pitcher Kevin O’Rourke tossed a complete game, allowing five hits, three walks andstriking out six for the Green Dragons’ eighth victory.


    Blue Hills 7, Holbrook 0 — Righthander John Dalton pitched his second shutout for the Warriors (7-8). Senior Nick Roche went 2 for 4 with three stolen bases.

    Medford 6, Malden Catholic 0 — Mustangs (13-3) senior Chris Hayes pitched a complete game shutout and allowed only six hits, while seniors Sean Doncaster (two RBIs) and John Lavoie (one RBI and two runs scored) led the offense.

    Bridgewater-Raynham 2, Dartmouth 1 — The Trojans clinched the Old Colony league title as Jack Connolly pitched a complete game with 10 strikeouts and four hits.


    Silver Lake 14, Pembroke 0 — The Lakers (15-1) were led by freshman Maddie Barone, who pitched a perfect game.

    Carver 6, Rockland 4 — Christina Barrows blasted a two-run homer in the 10th inning.

    Boys’ lacrosse


    Silver Lake 17, North Quincy 8 — Senior Mike Finn scored five goals for the Red Raiders.

    Girls’ lacrosse

    Winchester 14, Reading 11 — Lacey Hale scored five goals and had an assist in the 13th-ranked Sachems’ Middlesex (Liberty) title clinching win.

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