, Salem, MA


October 4, 2013

Thursday's area roundup: Beverly field hockey earns tourney berth


Beverly 6, Gloucester 1: Behind a two-goal effort from Molly Pitman the Panthers move to 9-1 on the season and qualified for the tournament in the win. Allie Sheehan, Nicole Woods, MaryCate Flaherty and Grace Otterbein added single markers, while Kate Silvestri and Amanda Marshall played well for Beverly.

Salem 1, Revere 0: At the start of the second half, Emma Williamson notched the only goal of the game with an assist from Joanna Coleman, to lift the Witches (3-7) to victory. Alexa Gilbert and Hannah Chasse played well on defense and Lauren Puleo stopped all seven shots she saw.

Swampscott 2, Danvers 0: Tori Thistle and Victoria Himiras scored the goals for the Big Blue (6-2-1), while Katie Pepel turned away 10 shots for the shutout.

Raquel Lesley played well for the Falcons (6-3-1), who were held off the scoreboard despite 10 corner chances.

Marblehead 3, Malden 1: Maggie Danforth, Madison Shea and Suzanne McCarthy scored for the Magicians (6-4) and Eliza Fitzgerald had a pair of assists.


Beverly 3, Swamspcott 2: Keeper Justin Carnavale had an oustanding game to keep the Panthers (5-5) in it early. George Hillois, Elias Crandell and Christian Goodwin took care of the scoring as Beverly rallied from a one-goal deficit to win.

Danvers 4, Salem 1: Freshman Jackson McPherson netted two goals as the Falcons improve to 6-1-3 on the season. Senior captain Zach Noring and junior Mark McCarthy also added goals, while Cam Bornstein turned away nine shots. Salem was up 1-0 for the majority of the first half, before Danvers tallied its first marker.

The Witches goal came from Nathan Russell with an assist to Connor Duncan. Tom Engstrom, Mat Muse and Ellajandro Smart played well for Salem.

Masconomet 1, Ipswich 0: The Chieftains improve to 9-1-1 overall and remain undefeated in the Cape Ann League.

David Dick was exceptional for the Tigers (5-5), as was Angus Mauser in goal.

Waring 6, Newman Prep 0: Matt Lyman had two goals for Waring (5-0-1), while Kyle Patrick, Aiden Wood and Isaac Stewart also scored in the victory.

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