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October 29, 2012

Area roundup: Masconomet boys finish season with undefeated record

BOYS SOCCER

Masconomet wins two: Adam Grammer and Michael Ennis each scored goals for the Chieftains in their 2-0 victory over Merrimack Valley Champion North Andover. The entire team played well and were led by goalkeeper Derek Grammer and center back Tighe VanLenten. John Black recorded the team’s fifth shutout in a row in yesterday’s 4-0 win over North Reading as the Chieftains finish the season undefeated at 16-0-2. Chip Sherman and Edison Forbes each recorded with a goal and an assist. Max Craig and PJ Criscione dished out single scores, while Adam Grammer had two assists.

St. John’s Prep 7, St. John’s Shrewsbury 1: Brooks Clark led the scoring with two goals, while Dean Ebbert and Sean Berube netted a goal and an assist for the Eagles (14-1-2). Cody Merritt, Mike Lanza and Matt Chilton all added single goals during the senior event. Center back Carter Ocko along with Matt Brady played well on defense.

St. Mary’s 1, Matignon 0: Senior Dan Wayland scored 22 minutes into the first half to give the Spartans the advantage and ultimately the win. Salem native Helio Neto posted his eighth shutout of the year as St. Mary’s finishes at 12-3-3.

COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY

Endicott 4, Nichols 3: Emily Sawchuck finished with a goal and an assist to lead the Gulls over CCC opponent Nichols. For the fourth time under coach Jodi Cipolla, Endicott will head into the tournament with the top seed (13-4 overall, 9-1 CCC). Kathryn Walker, Cassie DeSimone and Hannah Thornberg also had goals for Endicott.

Western New England 4, Gordon 2: In their final regular season game, the Scots scored first only to be silenced by four-second half goals from Western New England. Brittany Hawkins and Leah LaPalombara scored in the loss for Gordon (6-13).

Westfield State 5, Salem State 4: Despite a late second half push, the Vikings (9-8) dropped their final regular season game. Courtney Lynch scored two goals, while Kathleen Clark and Kadye McCarthy each recorded single scores for Salem State.

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