ST. MARY’S LYNN 7, BISHOP FENWICK 2: Drew Thibodeau had a goal as the Crusaders fell to 2-8.
B.C. High 2, St. John’s prep 0: The Eagles (5-2) had an 8-1 advantage in shots in the third period but couldn’t beat Boston College High goalie Peter Cronin. St. John’s Prep netminder Billy Price of Danvers stopped 18 shots.
Masconomet wins four: The Chieftains boys defeated Andover 80-55 and Manchester Essex 93-42 in their first races of the season. Tyler Brown and Nathaniel Houston were the fastest racers for Masconomet with times of 19.17 and 19.20, respectively, and freshman Mitch Godett had an outstanding debut with a 19.36. Jay Kraunelis and Alex Andrews were also in the overall top-20 of a race that featured skiiers from seven different schools.
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St. John’s Prep rolls: The Eagles Joe Cavallaro (18.30) and Patrick McDermott (18.43) took the top two spots as the Prep had seven of the top eight finishers and defeated North Andover (124-11) in their season debut. Brad Noyes, Bobby Holmes, Cael Schwartz, Ryan Carlucci and Wes Grom rounded out the top finishers for the Prep.
Swampscott 59, Gloucester 22: Melinda Wilson won the 600 (1:50) and was second in the shot as the Big Blue improved to 3-1. Isabella Kornitsay (2-mile), Tess Gorman (mile), Alison Carr (1000), Lauren Moran (dash) and Vy Le (hurdles) also won events for Swampscott.
Swampscott 44, Gloucester 41: Robert Seymour led a sweep of the shot put and Swampscott moved to 3-1 overall. Also winning events were Zach Blonder (dash), Ian Munnelly (300) and Peter Hale (mile).