, Salem, MA


September 18, 2013

Tuesday's area roundup: Danvers girls earn first win of the season


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).


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).


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.

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