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October 9, 2013

Tuesday's area roundup: North Shore Tech rallies to tie Notre Dame


The Salem News

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North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 2, Notre Dame 2: Sophomore Sarah Powers scored a pair of goals to help the Hawks (6-2-3) rally from being down 2-0. Makayla Norden collected the first assist on a free kick and Audrey Hamilton’s pass later sprung Powers for the tying goal. Brook Miles and sophomore sweeper Stefany Campbell had strong days for North Shore as well.

Hamilton-Wenham 5, Manchester Essex 2: The Generals ran their record to 8-2-1 as Caroline Gribbell scored a pair of goals and Jillian Kefalas, Maddi Berthoud and Maddie Bukkhegyi also had goals. Caroline Cook and Sue Rose also played well for Hamilton-Wenham.

Waring 3, Gann Academy 0: Amanda Adams recorded a goal and an assist while Sara Kessler and Audrey Sheetz each scored once to lift Waring (8-0). Ayla Rauhala and Grace Gustaferro contributed assists while Brooklyn Stam and Malcolm Boomer played well in the back.

Salem Academy 5, Bodman Academy 0: Hannah Magee scored two goals and Jessie Nguyen scored the first two goals of her career as Salem Academy (4-2-2) picked up a win. Adesuwa Eghe also scored for Salem Academy while Liz Harten played well.

FIELD HOCKEY

Ipswich 4, North Reading 0: The tourney-bound Tigers (10-2) picked up their seventh win in their last eight outings with goals by Maddi Hill, Meghan Lindahl, Julia Meedzan and Nikki Pignone, who also recorded an assist. Nicole Stone added one helper for Ipswich.

Beverly 7, Revere 0: Balanced offense led the Panthers (11-1) as Kate Silvestre, Hannah Silvrestre and Molly Pitman each scored two goals. Mary Cate Flaherty scored once for Bevelry while Kate Silvestre and Nicole Woods each picked up multiple assists and Alicia Cacchini enjoyed a strong all-around game.

Manchester Essex 1, Hamilton-Wenham 0: The unbeaten Hornets (10-0-2) held on thanks to a first half goal by Meghan Conway assisted by Brittany Smith. The Generals played tough, but couldn’t net the equalizer. Junior Lizzy Flynn played well defensively and sophomore goalie Maddy Werner also stood out for Hamilton-Wenham (3-8-1).

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Fenwick splits: The Crusaders handled Matignon, 16-45, but lost to St. Mary’s, 17-38. Eric Loehle (5th, 18:44), Matt Loehle (6th, 18:49), Bill Noftle (8th, 19:34) and Nick Tambini (9th, 19:36) were the top finishers for Fenwick (3-3).

St. Mary’s beat Fenwick for the first time behind Cody Murtagh of Peabody, Matt McManus, Tom Mackin and Mike Cerulli, who all finished in 18:27. Salem native Liam Foley also ran well for the Spartans, who are undefeated.

St. John’s Prep 20, Xaverian 40: Liam Dow took first place in 16:33 to help the Eagles (3-0) win at Bradley Palmer Park. Tim Loehner added a third-place finish in 16:50, Luke Bugler was fourth in 16:55 and Colin Monahan took fifth in 17:19.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Bishop Fenwick sweeps: The Crusaders grabbed the top four spots to defeat St. Mary’s, 20-35, and Matignon, 15-49. Arianna Maida was first in 19:07, followed by Sydney Packard (20:03), Mary Pasquale (21:39) and Megan Clancy (22:05). The Crusaders improved to 5-1 with the wins.

For St. Mary’s, which beat Matignon but fell to Fenwick, Sarah Ryan (22:42), Sarah Corbett (22:52), Melissa LeFave (22:54), Elizabeth Weisse (22:55) and Colleen Osbahr (22:55) ran well.

GOLF

Marblehead 46, Swampscott 26: The Magicians (9-5 overall, 7-1 NEC) wrapped up the league portion of their schedule led by wins from Owen Picariello, Pitch Riley, Kyle Maulden and Charlie Thompson.

Lynnfield 181, Hamilton-Wenham 132: The Generals couldn’t match Lynnfield’s firepower and slipped to 4-9. Mike Gillis was the Hamilton-Wenham medalist, producing 26 points in the process.

Peabody 501/2, Salem 211/2: The Tanners got wins from Matt Correale (81/2-1/2), Steve Ferrante (7-2), Ted Izzo (7-2), Steve Goggin (51/2-3 1/2), Blake Ward (8-1) and Chris Ciampa (51/2-3 1/2). Peabody coach Peter Cronan highlighted his seniors — Ward, Ciampa and Nolan Franey — who played their final regular season match. The Tanners (10-5-1) will play in the Northeastern Conference tournament next week, then the Division 1 North sectional the following week.

Kyle Doherty was a 5-4 winner for Salem at No. 1 while Cam Twomey halved his match at No. 4. The Witches fell to 5-10 with two matches to go.

Beverly 521/2, Revere 191/2: Bryce Mitchell (61/2-2 1/2), Sarah Daley (81/2-1/2) and Craig Hall (8-1) paced the Panthers, who improved to 12-0.

St. John’s Prep 246, B.C. High 249: Sophomore Steven DiLisio shot a 1-over par 37 at Wollaston Country Club and the Eagles narrowly escaped with a win. Freshman Mark Turner added a 39 while Colin Natale also shot a 39 for St. John’s (11-2 overall, 5-1 in Catholic Conference).

Pingree 5, Landmark: The Highlanders improved to 4-1 behind a round fo 38 from Alex Silburn and a 40 from junior Gabe Salter.

VOLLEYBALL

Bishop Fenwick 3, St. Mary’s 0: The Crusaders qualified for the postseason by rolling past the Spartans, 25-7, 25-21, 25-9. Julie Ywuc had seven assists, Chandler Wilder recorded five aces, and Madison Camelo produced seven kills for Fenwick (10-1).

Everett 3, North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 1: North Shore (3-9) took the first game 25-21, but dropped three straight — 21-25, 9-25, 15-25.

WOMEN’S COLLEGE TENNIS

Gordon 5, Curry 2: Abby Caron clinched the decisive fifth point at No. 6 singled to send the Scots to the CCC semifinals. Cindi Flynn and Lily Drescher won singles matches that completed and Caron teamed with Jessie Dupre teams to win a doubles point. League Rookie of the Year Caroline Hall also won, 6-0, 6-0.

UMass Dartmouth 6, Salem State 3: The Vikings slipped to 3-6, though they did get singles victories from Katie Razzaboni (6-1, 7-6), Tara Garvey (6-1, 6-1) and Hillary Gustafson (6-1, 6-3).

WOMEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER

Tufts 3, Endicott 0: The Gulls (7-5-1) were outshot 9-4 at home in a non-league loss. Natalie Wyrsch made five saves in relief.

Plymouth State 3, Salem State 2 (OT): The host Panthers scored four minutes into OT as the Lady Vikings dropped to 4-4-1. Leah Wood and Katelyn Krish had goals for Salem, which forced overtime after trailing 2-0.