Danvers 5, Winthrop 0: Three different players scored their first varsity goals as the Falcons (1-2) earned their first win of 2013. Sophomore Nicole White had two goals and one assist to start her varsity scoring while sophomore Olivia Davis and freshman Morgan Mscisz also found the net for the first time.Senior captain Kylie Plaza had a goal as well and junior Shannon Pohle picked up three assists.“I feel like this is a deep team and to see young girls step up and play a major role in a win hopefully bodes well for us,” said coach Jim Hinchion, whose club lost to state powers Beverly and Andover to open the season. “We were a little uncomfortable at 0-2.”Senior goalie Leah Ciampa picked up the shutout and Meaghan McCarriston had one helper.
Peabody 7, Lynn English 0: Captain Madison Doherty scored twice and dished out two assists as the Tanners (2-1) rolled to their second straight win. Caroline Colbert had a goal and an assist, as did Mia Lomasney, and Erika Nelson, Amy Drover, Katrina Silva and Brianna Gaynor each had one goal. Alex Lomasney, Aly Demoe and Katherine Scacchi keyed the shutout on defense.
Waring 7, Chapel Chauncy 0: Merilyn Hinrichs had a goal and an assist and eighth grader Holland Stam made one save to earn her first varsity shutout as Waring moved to 2-0.
Swampscott 4, Gloucester 0: The Big Blue got goals from Emma Hunt, Shauna King, Megan Hartman and Leah Dowley to improve to 2-1-1. Sam Rizzo made three saves for Swampscott.
North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 7, PMA 0: Freshman Ella Speiff and juniors Keely Gallagher and Brooke Hall each had two goals as the Bulldogs improved to 3-0. Speiff’s goals were the first two of her career. Dazzlime Vega also scored for North Shore while sophomore Stefany Campbell and junior Ava Swiniarski played well defensively.
Ipswich 4, Manchester Essex 1: The Tigers (2-0-2) broke out offensively after back-to-back scoreless ties. Sophomore Sydney Law had two goals and senior Katie Monahan and Devin Smith each had one and Emily Folan had one assist for the winners, who led 3-0 at the break.
Notre Dame 2, Bishop Fenwick 0: Goalie Merry Harrington made 15 saves for the Crusaders (3-1-1) in their first loss of the season.
Masconomet 1, Newburyport 1: Paige Pratt scored midway through the second half to tie the game for the Chieftains (2-0-1). Freshman keeper Katie Pelletier made 18 saves and was outstanding in goal.
Bp. Fenwick 4, Notre Dame 0: Erinn Johnson and Kathleen Moran had a goal and an assist each as the Crusaders improved to 5-1. Jackie Hart and Erin Clancy also scored as Fenwick took the lead with 42 seconds left in the first half and scored three in the second stanza to put the game away. Victoria Hernandez, Maura Benson and Nicole Collina led the effort on defense and Bridget Townsend made eight saves in net.
Beverly 7, Revere 0: Molly Pitman and Felicity Otterbein each scored two goals and Camden Vitale, Nicole Woods and Chloe O’Gorman had one apiece for the Panthers (5-1). Kate Silvestri and MaryCate Flaherty each had multiple assists.
Marblehead 5, Salem 1: Kendall Casey scored two goals and Hannah Fobert, Suzanne McCarthy and Grace McGurrin had one each to help the Magicians move to 3-1. Eliza Fitzgerald, Molly Ackerman and Maggie Danforth also played well for Marblehead.
Danvers 2, Peabody 0: The Falcons (2-1-1) remained unbeaten in their last three after Anna O’Neill and Nicole Kamens provided the goals. Rachel Trocchi had one assist, Nicole Papamichael earned the shutout in goal and Kamens, a senior captain, had an outstanding all-around effort.
Waring 7, Gann 2: Aiden Wood scored twice and Kyle Patrick had two goals and two assists for Waring (2-0). Jacob Vannak also had a tremendous volley into the top right corner of the cage on a cross.
Danvers 8, Winthrop 1: The Falcons got two goals and an assist from Caio Silva and two goals from freshman Jackson McPherson. Nikolay Sakhan (1-1), Mark McCarthy (1-1), Ryan Kelleher and freshman James McEachern also scored for Danvers (2-0-1). McPherson, McEachern and classmate Spencer Persson (1 assist) each recorded their first career points, as did senior Jon Giacalone (1 assist).
Swampscott 3, Gloucester 1: Dan Woolhiser recorded a goal and an assists to lead the Big Blue to their first win of the season. Roman Ganchin and Josh Price also had markers, while Max Carbone added an assists. Neil Lahrizi was solid at center back as the entire defense played well for Swampscott (1-0-1).
Masconomet 3, Newburyport 0: Junior Regan Charie had two goals, while senior captain Adam Grammer scored on a penalty kick and added an assist in the Chieftains’. Senior Willie Stewart made three saves for his third straight shutout, while senior midfielders Dylan Zernich and Jack Heintzelman, as well as senior captain Jeff Panella also stood out for Masco (3-0-1).
agateHed:BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
St. John’s Prep 19, Bc High 37: Senior Liam Dow was the overall winner at Bradley Palmer with a time of 16:58 in the Prep’s first dual meet. Classmate Tim Loehner was second in 17:08 and sophomore Luke Bugler had a solid fall debut in third at 17:24. Senior Colin Monahan also ran well, finishing fifth in 17:33.
NST/Essex 17, Lynn Tech 38: Phil Simonton (17:17), Mike Tilton (18:39) and Doug Wilson (18:51) finished first, second and third respectively for the Bulldogs (2-1).
St. Mary’s sweeps: Thomas Mackin (18:17) took first place overall, as the Spartans topped Arlington Catholic (17-38) and Archbishop Williams (13-37). Cody Meratu finished second (18:28), while Mike Cerulli was third (18:32).
agateHed:GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
NST/Essex Aggie 15, Lynn Tech 50: Alexa Marquis finished first overall with a time of 23:36 to help the Bulldogs (2-1) to victory. Jessica Stefanelli (25:03), Jessie O’Neil (25:12), Hannah Marshall (25:36) and Kaylee Silva (26:07) also had impressive finishes.
St. Mary’s splits tri-meet: The Spartans defeated Archbishop Williams 15-50, before falling to Arlington Catholic 47-15 in yesterday’s tri-meet. Sarah Ryan finished eighth overall in 23:10 and Sarah Corbett was 10th.
Ipswich 135, Rockport 100: The Tigers improved to 4-1 behind 28 points from senior co-captain Austin Rubino. Junior Jacob Reedy chipped in with 25 points and senior Ryan Mulkerin added 22.
Peabody 451/2, Salem 261/2: The Tanners got wins in the top five positions and another from No. 7 to cruise past Salem. Nolan Franey (7-2), Matt Correale (7-2), Steve Ferrante (8-1), Patrick McCarthy (51/2-3 1/2), Ted Izzo (61/2-2 1/2) and Chris Ciampa (61/2-2 1/2) produced the Peabody (3-2) wins.
Newburyport 160, Hamilton-Wenham 126: Harrison O’Brien and Mike Gillis each produced 26 points for Hamilton-Wenham, but it wasn’t enough. Dillon Durand also contributed 20 points for the Generals (2-3).
Peabody 451/2, Salem 261/2: A.J. Darmody (7-2) and Josh Powers (5-4) each had wins for the Witches (2-4).
Marblehead 491/2, Swampscott 221/2: Pitch Riley shot a 34, good for par, while Owen Picariello shot a 37 for the Magicians (5-1). Max Cohen led the way for Swampscott (2-3), earning a tie in his match.
Beverly 561/2, Revere 141/2: Shamus Desmond and Ryan Anderson both won their matches (81/2- 1/2), while Ted Leathersich took his match (6-3) as the Panthers continue their unbeaten streak at 6-0.
Lynn English 3, Salem 2: The Witches (2-4) rallied to win the fourth set before ultimately falling 25-23, 18-25, 19-25, 25-15, 13-15. Cody Homan had 14 kills to lead the offense and Hannah Mularkey collected 10 kills while Kayti LeFrancois was strong defensively with eight digs.
Whittier Tech 3, NST/Essex Aggie 1: Kasey Harris had 22 service points and four aces for the Bulldogs (2-3).
Peabody 3, Marblehead 2: Behind a stellar game from senior Carolyn Scacchi, who had 11 kills, four blocks, six aces and 15 service points, the Tanners improved to 4-0 on the season (23-25, 25-14, 23-25, 25-16, 15-10). Rachel Barrett recorded 17 service points, while Olivia Summit and Emily Diezemann each have five kills and two blocks.
Revere 3, BeverLy 1: The Panthers move to 3-2 on the season after yesterday’s loss to the Patriots (13-25, 25-15, 17-25, 25-23).
Swampscott 3, Lynn Classical 1: Co-captain and outside Gina Asipenko hitter led the way for the Big Blue (2-3) with 14 aces and 10 kills. Louisy Cim added 11 aces and five kills, while co-captain and setter Faye Liakopoulos had a season high 25 assists.
agateHed:WOMEN’S COLLEGE TENNIS
Salem State 5, Regis 4: Singles victories from Lauren Woods, Emily Yanchun and Tara Garvey helped the Lady Vikings (1-1) get their first win of the fall at home. Woods and Hillary Gustafson collected a win at second doubles while Yanchun and Garvey teamed to win at No. 3 doubles.
agateHed:COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY
Salem State 8, Becker 0: Freshman Natalie Bourne scored three times to earn her first career hat trick and high-scoring Salem State jumped over the .500 mark at 3-2. Katie Pietrini of Beverly two goals for the winners, Masco grad Lauren Pazdziorny scored once, as did Nicole Bisbee and Maria Giuffrida. Carolyn Woodin made seven saves.
Endicott 1, Westfield State 0: Sophomore Morgan Bresnahan’s winning goal game with 2:45 left in the first half and the Gulls (3-3) held on for a shutout. Goalie Rose Bradley made four saves to blank the Owls.
Framingham State 3, Salem State 0: Salem State fell to 1-2 with game losses of 25-18, 25-14, 26-24. Jerika Santiago and Jazmin Santos were Salem’s leading hitters with five kills each and MacKenzie Carpenter came up with seven digs.
agateHed:MEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER
Gordon 6, Clark 1: A hat trick from Andrew Vandervort powered the Fighting Scots (6-0) to another road win. Evan Crocker, Andy Guthrie, Kellen Kasiguran also had goals and goalie Tim Hardy remained spotless on the season.