, Salem, MA


October 24, 2013

Wednesday's area roundup: Prep golfers capture Catholic Conference title


Lynnfield 3, Ipswich 1: The Tigers took a quick lead when Jill Calvani scored off a pass from Katie Monahan three minutes into the game, but Lynnfield tied it less than a minute later and added two more for the win. Ipswich finished the regular season at 8-4-6.


Masconomet 2, Hamilton-Wenham 0: Maddie Doyle scored on a pass from Dana Balek in the first half and Julianna Kostas added a second half goal on a stroke to lift the Chieftains to 16-0-1. Maddie LaFrenier played well at forward and midfield while Megan Letvinchuk stood out on defense.

Hamilton-Wenham (5-12-1) goalie Maddy Werner played well.

Manchester Essex 4, Saugus 3: The Hornets pumped in four second half goals to erase a 1-0 halftime deficit. Senior forward Brittany Smith scored twice while Paige Zabal and Maddie Dahlin had one goal each. Annie DeConto played well defensively for Manchester Essex (15-0-2).

Beverly 7, Salem 0: The Panthers were powered by MaryCate Flaherty’s three goals. Allie Sheehan, Molly Pittman, Amanda Marshall and Sam Lingren also scored while Nicole Woods and Kate Silvestri had two assists apiece. Beverly improved to 15-1-1.

Newton Country Day 3, Pingree 1: Jillian Witwicki scored on a feed from Anna Kaneb to cut Newton Country Day’s lead to 3-1, but Pingree (8-7-1) couldn’t get any closer.


Peabody 3, Lynn Classical 0: The Tanners remained perfect (18-0) with 25-18, 25-18 and 25-19 wins. Sarah Hosman (4 aces), Carolyn Scacchi (15 kills) and Olivia Summit stood out for Peabody.

Salem 3, Swampscott 0: The Witches (15-6) picked up 25-12, 26-24 and 25-20 wins. Julia Lawrence had nine kills, Hannah Mullarkey added nine kills and 12 service points, and Hannah Wilkins produced seven aces, 10 service points and three kills. Swampscott fell to 10-8.

Beverly 3, Winthrop 0: Kristen Abbondanza attacked 21 times, had three kills and served 13 successful serves with one ace as the Panthers prevailed 25-17, 25-15, 25-22. Alexandra Kelliher attacked 20 times with two kills, had 10 successful serves and three aces while Olivia George and Bridget Keaton each had five aces and nine digs for Beverly, which is 13-6.

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