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October 1, 2013

Monday's area roundup: Salem golf squad takes down Revere

GOLF

The wins came from the top of the Salem High golf lineup, but the bottom half also produced some important points yesterday against Revere.

The Witches got victories from their top four golfers — Kyle Doherty at No. 1 (6-3), Madison Ballou at No. 2 (5 1/2-3 1/2), Cam Fraser at No. 3 (5-4) and Cam Twomey at No. 4 (7-2). They also got critical points from Wes Schaejbe and John Ballou at the bottom of the order in a 39 1/2 to 32 1/2 win over the Patriots.

”It was a great start for us and we sustained it,” said Salem (3-7) coach Tommy Doyle. “The last two guys won the last hole each to tie their matches, and those were big points. We needed them, too.”

The Witches are back at it today against Revere again.

Bishop Fenwick 117, Matignon 114: Matt Garofalo registered 27 points to lead the Crusaders to victory. Sophomore Steven Young added 20 points for the Crusaders (2-5).

Peabody 42 1/2, Swampscott 29 1/2: The Tanners’ solid season continued yesterday at The Meadow at Peabody. Nolan Franey won at the first spot for Peabody (7-3-1) while Steve Ferrante, Pat McCarthy, Ted Izzo, Steve Goggin and Tom Southern also produced wins for the Tanners.

Saugus 137, Hamilton-Wenham 130: Tom Riccio was the team’s high scorer with 23 points as the Generals dropped to 3-6 on the season.

Xaverian 229, St. John’s Prep 233: The Eagles (7-2) lost by just four points, but have a chance to redeem themselves against Xaverian this afternoon when they play at Salem Country Club. Steven DiLisio shot even par at 36, while Justin Cerwik shot a 39.

FIELD HOCKEY

Masconomet 2, Ipswich 0: Goals by Belle Ives and Maddie Lefreniere helped Masconomet (9-0) set up a battle of the unbeatens with Manchester tomorrow. Maddie Doyle and Dana Balek each had assists while Tessa Ives, Julianna Kostas, Maggie Moffitt, Michelle Flaherty and Meg Letvinchuk helped the Chieftains hold down the Tigers (7-2).

Amesbury 4, Hamilton-Wenham 0: Senior captains Eliza Webber and Taylor Ward played well defensively for the Generals, who slipped to 3-5-1.

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