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October 17, 2012

Area roundup: Danvers field hockey shuts down Peabody

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GIRLS SOCCER

Peabody 6, Revere 1: Hayley Dowd scored four goals and an assist for the Tanners (13-0) in the first half as Peabody led 5-0 at the break. Caroline Colbert and Erika Nelson finished with a goal and an assist each while Nicole Pavao stopped three of four shots when she made her first appearance in goal at the varsity level.

Salem 4, Lynn English 2: Sydney Hanford scored twice in four minutes to snap a 2-2 tie and lift the Witches (4-7-2) to their fourth win of the season. Deema Hejleh had two goals and assisted on Hanford’s winner while Hanford and Gabby Rocheville also earned helpers.

NST/EA 5, Greater Lawrence 0: Kourtney Kellard had two goals for the Bulldogs (6-8-1) which bumped its Commonwealth Coast Conference record to 6-6-1. Keely Gallagher (one goal, one assist), Sienna Smeland-Wagman (one goal, two assists) and Lexi Cook (one goal) also contributed on offense while Lindsey McGovern was fantastic on defense.

danvers 4, saugus 0: The Falcons (10-1-1 NEC) move to 10-2-2 overall behind a two-goal performance by Meghan Kenny. Kylie Plaza finished with a goal and assist, while Shannon Pohle rounded out the scoring for Danvers. Keeper Leah Ciampa made two saves for her seventh shutout of the season.

beverly 6, lynn classical 1: Eva Gourdeau and Caitlin Harty recorded two goals and one assist to move the Panthers to 11-2 overall. Kristen O’Connor and Allison Collins each added a marker in the NEC Large contest. Hardy’s goal total (33) ties a school record, which is held by head coach Kristin Simpson.

swampscott 2, marbleHead 1: The Big Blue (7-3-3) took a 2-0 lead into halftime time after goals from Erin Cassidy and Priscilla Sullivan.

BOYS SOCCER

Beverly 3, Lynn Classical 2: Brendan Cronin scored his third goal in two games for the Panthers (8-3-2) and this one proved to be the game winner. After Classical scored to take a 1-0 lead, Ryan Santo and Conor Leahy (assist) scored goals to put Beverly back on top as Santo recorded his first career marker at the varsity level.

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