Grace Celona powered the Bishop Fenwick girls lacrosse team 16-3 over St. Mary’s yesterday afternoon. Celona netted three goals and one assist and in doing so broke the program’s all-time scoring record (previously held by Becca Graves) with 415 points.
“She’s been a key player for us for four years,” head coach Karen Guillemette said of her four-year starter. “She’s just such an important part of our team. I knew it from the first time she played as a freshman that she was special.”
Anna Moulton added four goals in the victory, while Natalie Emerson and Merry Harrington each finished with a pair of scores for the Crusaders (12-5).
Peabody 15, Danvers 14 (OT): Christa Trombley scored the last goal of the second overtime to lift the Tanners (10-3) over a strong Danvers squad. Nicole Napolitano led Peabody with six goals and Sarah Napolitano added three goals and one assists while Bianca Muscato scored two with two helpers and Courtney Smith had a goal and an assist. Victoria Digiacomo was strong on defense in her return from an injury.Rachel Trocchi scored six times and assisted on one for Danvers, which trailed 11-9 with two minutes to go and rallied to tie it 12-12 headed to OT. Abby Armstrong added four goals and one assist and Falcons goalie Kara Connors played very well.
Billerica 11, Beverly 8: The Panthers (2-1) fell and now must win two of their final three games to qualify for the state tournament.
Hamilton-Wenham 13, Gloucester 8: The Generals (12-4) stopped the Fishermen with goalie Morgan Kimball coming up with 12 saves. Nicole Foringer scored four goals, Catherine Martin scored three and Emily Gaucher had two goals and one assist. Anna Rourke added two goals, Phoebe Shaw had a goal and an assist and Sarah Crossan chipped in one tally.
Montrose 18, Waring 17: Despite five goals from All-New England selection Elanor Lustig and four more from Sara Kessler, the Mavericks (8-3) lost a wild shootout. Emily Friend, also an All-New England selection, added three goals while Isabelle Cookson had two scores. Ayla Rauhala, a D-wing, had what head coach Ambrose Devaney called “her best game ever” in controlling the midfield for Waring.