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November 1, 2012

Wednesday's area roundup: Pingree girls soccer handles Concord Academy


The Salem News

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Pingree 7, Concord Academy 0: Charlotte Esty and Emma Whalen led the offense with a combined six goals and two assists as the Highlanders move to 9-3-1. Kerri Zerfoss added a goal, while Olivia Byrne, Taylor Landers and Eliza Steele played solid in the midfield.

Salem 3, Swampscott 2: The Witches (5-10-2) got a pair of goals from senior Joy Lima and one from sophomore Deema Hejleh in a makeup game. Salem has one more regluar season game on Thursday against Lynn Classical.

BOYS SOCCER

Concord Academy 2, Pingree 1: Nate Graves scored in the second half off an assist by Harry Copland. Goalkeepr Hayden Stewart also played well and came up with key saves for Pingree (3-8-3).

GOLF

Bancroft 5, Pingree 1: Ian Schylling was the long winner for the Highlanders (5-6), winning by three strokes.

FIELD HOCKEY

Pingree 7, Concord Academy 0: Eliza Mead finished with a pair of goals to lead the Highlanders (13-4) in their shutout victory. Ali Sardo recorded a goal an two assists, while Maura Grady, Jill Witwicki, Solina Powell and Josie Wexler all added singles scores for Pingree.

VOLLEYBALL

Peabody 3, No. Reading 1: The Tanners finished the regular season 17-1 by topping the Hornets 25-22, 24-26, 25-18, 25-21. Carolyn Scacchi had a monster night with 20 kills and four blocks while Kim Sousa chipped in seven kills and Jen Pearl dished out 28 assists.

Dana Hall 3, Pingree 1: Senior captain Sam Torto had 11 kills, three blocks and six aces but the Highlanders fell 25-20, 22-25, 21-25, 10-25. Freshman Hanna Stasiuk also had a strong game with six kills and an ace.

WOMEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER

Salem State 2, Framingham State 1: The Lady Vikings upset No. 4 Framingham to advance in the MASCAC tournament. CeCelia Cresta Devine scored her sixth goal of the year in the 85th minute to lift Salem State, while Swampscott product Casey Connolly netted the equalizer earlier in the second half. Rachel Ledbetter made five saves for SSU.