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October 11, 2012

Area roundup: Beverly girls qualify for state tournament

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Swampscott 23, Gloucester 36: The Big Blue’s Isbella Kronitsky won the race in 17:45 and Miranda Nocera was third in 19:02 as Swampscott improved to 4-2. Abby O’Connor was fifth in 19:42, Alyssa Mauriello was sixth in 20:01 and Meg Mahoney finished seventh in 20:02.

Marblehead 21, Winthrop 39: Kelly Roland won the race in 18:25 and the Magicians moved to 5-1 overall. Jessica Cowan was third in 18:50, Caroline Kliff was fourth in 19:05, Laura Honan was sixth in 19:41 and Sarah Oliver was seventh in 19:44. Noey Cox finished in 19:45 and Janaya Randall ran 19:46.

FIELD HOCKEY

Phillips Exter 2, Pingree 1: Maura Grady gave Pingree (6-4) a first half lead on an assist from Liz Jayne. The Highlanders couldn’t keep the lead despite 21 saves from keeper Kelsey Dion, two goal line saves from defender Danielle Kanter and a goal line save from defender Selina Powell.

Manchester 6, Hamilton-Wenham 3: Catherine Martin scored a pair of goals and senior Julia Ferreira scored with as assist from Olivia Ambrose though the Generals dipped to 3-6 on the year. Brittany Smith had four goals for unbeaten Manchester (11-0).

Masconomet 7, Rockport 0: The Chieftains (10-0) remained perfect on the season behind two goals from Belle Ives had two goals. Lafreniere, Maddie Lafreniere controlled the game at midfield and scored a goal while Maddie Doyle, Emily Feltault, Lindsay Galvin and Katherine Guinee also scored.

VOLLEYBALL

Masconomet 3, Hamilton-Wenham 0: Masco won in straight games (25-17, 26-24, 25-17) to improve to 3-8. Senior outside hitter Lexi Simmons had four service aces, 26 digs and 13 kills for the Chieftains while senior setter Abi Rose had 34 assists and seven digs. Hamilton-Wenham’s Nikki Leonard chipped in 21 digs while senior Sarah Walsh earned four kills.

PMA 3, NST/EA 1: North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie lost in four games (25-21, 22-25, 25-16, 26-24) to dop to 9-3.

Pingree 3, Beaver 1: Senior Nicolle Galasso led the offense as the Highlanders (6-4) won 25-13, 23-25, 25-19, 27-25. Fellow senior Leah McCormack played very well defensively.

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