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September 28, 2013

Friday's area sports roundup: Swampscott field hockey wins fifth straight

FIELD HOCKEY

Swampscott 2, Marblehead 0: Tori Thistle and Christina King did the scoring for Swampscott (5-2-1), which recorded its fifth straight in. Danielle Mayblum and Thistle each had an assist, Katie Pael had eight saves for the shutout.

Beverly 8, Salem 1: Grace Otterbein led all scorers with three goals as the Panthers improve to 8-1 on the season. Molly Pitman, Hannah Silvestri, Megan Gavin, Jackie Cohen and Amanda Marshall each added a goal, while Nicole Woods and Kate Silvestri contributed with multiple assists and Alicia Cecchini played well on defense.

Olivia Hazlett played well defensively for the Magicians (5-4), midfielder Grace Perry was solid at midfield and Madison Shea had a strong game on offense.

Pingree 1, Bancroft 0: Eliza Mead scored the games only goal four minutes into the second half to help the Highlanders (4-3) to victory.

Danvers 3, Gloucester 2: Katherine Leonard had two goals and one assist and Rachel Trocci added a goal and an assist as the Falcons move to 6-2-1 on the season. Keeper Nicole Papamichail played well in the win.

Ipswich 2, Pentucket 0: Nikki Pignone had two goals and Meghan Lindahl assisted on both of them as the Tigers improve to 7-1.

BOYS SOCCER

BEVERLY 3, GLOUCESTER 1: The Panthers (4-4) fell behind but scored three straight goals to end the week with a win. Jon Loerti, George Hillios and Elesio Kanani handled the scoring and freshman mid Leo Feingold and senior stopper Jack Athton enjoyed great games.

Hamilton-Wenham 1, Rockport 1: The Generals (2-1-4) earned their fourth straight tie despite taking a 1-0 lead into halftime on a Andrew Weigand goal, with Nick Loeper assisting. Goalkeeper Henry Eagar had an outstanding game in the H-W, as did center midfielder Drew Gallant.

Peabody 5, Winthrop 0: Junior striker Ben Manoogian notched two goals and an assist as Peabody (6-0-1) remained a perfect 6-0 in Northeastern Conference play. Conor Wolff, Lucas Amaral and Ken Sawyer had the other tallies for the Tanners while Rob Smith, Kevin Lebel and Fagner Coelho all shared time in goal for the shutout.

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