Varsity track athletes from two strong programs competed in the rain at Upper Jackson Field Tuesday, with Peabody scoring victories over the Swampscott boys and girls.
This article on Tuesday's track meet vs. Peabody came from Swampscott girls' coach Joe Tenney and Swampscott boys' coach Peter Bush. Swampscott Boys' Results Swampscott (31) vs Peabody (91) Against Peabody, the middle distance and distance runners ran times consistent with their most recent race performances. Sophomore Matt Mahoney ran yet another consistent two mile, placing second in 10:23. Freshman Robert McLaughlin came in with his second fastest time ever, an 11:25. In the one mile, senior captain Ryan Kelley moved up from his usual 800 meters to run his fastest mile time of the outdoor season, crossing the line in 4:51. Kelley was followed closely by senior captain Nick Hartmann, who ran a 4:55. Junior Thomas McEnaney also ran a …
A man arrested on Thanksgiving for allegedly hitting another motorist on Paradise Road while driving drunk failed to appear in court for his arraignment Monday.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Owen Boss
Thursday, December 1, 2011
A Peabody man accused of leaving the scene of an accident while driving drunk on Thanksgiving failed to appear in court for his arraignment Monday. Wualmer Guzman, 27, of 36 Oak St., Peabody, did not show up for his arraignment in Lynn District Court on charges of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, leaving the scene of an accident with property damage and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. According to police, at 9:56 p.m., local officers received word of a hit and run on Paradise Road. When officers arrived on scene, a woman in a white SUV pointed out Guzman's car, which was reportedly driving away with front end damage. When police approached Guzman's car, he …