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October 29, 2013

Monday's area roundup: Masco girls finish regular season unbeaten

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Hamilton-Wenham 2, Pentucket 0: Second-half goals by Russell Gregorian and Thomas Dowd helped the Generals (9-4-5) close out the regular season with a win. Nick Loeper, Aidan Prior, Frank Bucco and Sam Greenwald were outstanding on defense for Hamilton-Wenham, which awaits its state tourney seed.

Masconomet 5, Saugus 0: The CAL champion Chieftains (18-1-1) ended the regular season on a strong note, as Edison Forbes scored two goals and Jack Heintzelman added two assists. Regan Charie, senior Dylan Zernich and P.J. Criscione also scored for Masco.

St. Mary’s 1, Gloucester 0: Freshman Josh Bertrand kept Gloucester off the board for the first 70 minutes, then moved up front and scored on a corner kick assisted by Kevin Esper to lift the Spartans (10-4-4). Salem natives Noah Camelo and Armando Lazama played well for St. Mary’s, as did senior Josh Feliz.

Beverly 1, Bishop Fenwick 1: Ryan Santo finished a strong pass from John Loretti as the Panthers (10-8-2) netted the equalizing goal and wound up with a draw in their last tune-up before the postseason. Rashad DaSilva scored for Fenwick (7-7-6) to give his team an early lead.

VOLLEYBALL

Masconomet 3, Saugus 0: Senior middle hitter Maddie Kelly recorded 10 service points, three aces, eight digs and four kills as the Chieftains (12-7) swept in straight sets (25-19, 25-7, 25-13). Outside hitter Jen Cardarelli added five aces, eight digs and four kills.

Lynnfield 3, Hamilton-Wenham 0: Libero Leah Walsh had eight serves and junior right side hitter Julia Fibbe had two blocks and two kills for the Generals, who fell 25-2, 25-19, 25-15.

Bishop Fenwick 3, Archbishop Williams 1: Excellent defensed paced the Crusaders as Gianna Pizzano’s 30 digs and Chandler Wilder’s 15 digs led the way to a 25-22, 25-15, 23-25, 25-19 win. Kate Lipka added 24 kills and four blocks adn Pizzano also had 13 kills.

North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 3, Everett 1: The Hawks (8-12) won in four sets (25-21, 25-18, 24-26, 25-22) as they get ready for their regular season finale today.

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