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October 29, 2012

Area roundup: Masconomet boys finish season with undefeated record

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MEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER

Gordon 1, Endicott 0: Andrew Vandervoort lifted the Scots past Endicott with the only goal of the Commonwealth Coast Conference quarterfinal matchup. The Gulls outshot Gordon 17-13, but were edged out of tournament play in the loss.

Fitchburg State 2, Salem State 1: Matt Figueiredo netted the Vikings only goal of the game in the first half off a pass from Carlos Escobar. Top-seeded Salem State finished up the regular season at 10-6-2 and will host Bridgewater State later this week.

WOMEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER

Salem State 2, Fitchburg State 1: Sophomore Amy Griffith scored the game winning goal at the 81:29 mark. Kelly Birchmore scored first for the Vikings (9-5-2), while Sara Previte and Alysha Brunelle recorded assists.

Gordon 3, Western New England 1: Senior forward Caitlin Nedde recorded a hat trick in Saturday’s CCC quarterfinal game. The win improves the Scots to 16-2 overall on the season and advances them to the CCC Semifinals scheduled for tomorrow afternoon.

Endicott wins on PKs: Senior Chelsea Garlock scored on the fifth penalty kick for the Gulls, who shot first in the best-of-five shootout over sixth seeded Wentworth. Sophomore goalkeeper Katie Donnelly made four saves during the game and two diving saves in the shootout to keep the Gulls in the tournament hunt.

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

Gordon splits: The Scots (16-14) finished out the regular season with a 3-0 loss to Roger Williams in the opening game of the tri-match followed by a 3-0 win against Southern Maine. Senior captain Keri Hustus recorded 11 digs, Shaylyn Roach and Lauren Kranyak each posted five kills. Shannon Peterson paced Gordon in the second game with 12 digs.

Salem State 3, Newbury 2: The Vikings concluded their regular season at 5-16 and recognized their three seniors during Saturday’s win, Angelica Gonzalez, Kenia McKeon and Brittany Roscoe. Roscoe led the team with 14 kills and 13 digs, while junior Jazmin Santos had 13 kills and 11 digs.

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