Monthly Archives: May 2011

Ryan McKinnon Outlasts Salem Foe for WHS Victory

May 5, 2011
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Ryan McKinnon, playing at second singles, turned in one of the gutsiest performances in recent memory by a Viking tennis player to give the Winthrop High boys tennis team an exciting 3-2 triumph over Salem Tuesday afternoon. Ryan’s match against his Salem foe lasted for three hours and with all of the other matches...

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WHS Girls Tennis in Action

May 5, 2011
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The Winthrop High girls tennis team earned a 3-2 victory over Revere last week. The Lady Vikings were scheduled to play at Danvers yesterday (Wednesday), to host Beverly tomorrow, to play at Lynn English Monday, host Salem next Wednesday, and travel to Beverly next Thursday.

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Girls Track Team Races Past English

May 5, 2011
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The Winthrop High girls track team took 11 of 13 first place finishes to run away with a 96-35 triumph at Lynn English last Thursday. The young Lady Vikings continue to improve weekly and seem to be positioning themselves for a run at an NEC South Division title. Carly O’Keefe, Jordon Griffiths, Kaitlyn Hersey,...

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Ekidat, Ascolillo Pace WHS Boys Track Team

May 5, 2011
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Although the Winthrop High boys track team dropped a 75-41 decision to Lynn English last Thursday, a number of Vikings turned in outstanding performances for first year head coach Dennis Floyd’s squad. Senior Jordan Ekidat was a double winner for Winthrop, capturing the long jump with a leap of 20-10 and the 400 meter...

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Ferri Turns in Strong Effort in 2-0 Shutout

May 5, 2011
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The Winthrop High softball team put together what head coach Dave Guffey termed his team’s “most consistent effort for a full seven innings this season” to earn a 2-0 decision over Beverly in a well played contest on the local field Monday afternoon. Lady Viking hurler Alex Ferri turned in an immense effort on...

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Obituaries 05.05.2011

May 5, 2011
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Buster Inza Retired Winthrop Parks Department Superintendent Buster M. Inza of Hawthorne Avenue, Winthrop died suddenly at home on April 24. He was 87 years old. Born in Lakeville, he was the son of the late Mary Lou (Martin). A resident of East Boston, he served for three years in the US Army during...

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