, Salem, MA


September 19, 2013

Wednesday's area roundup: Pingree girls soccer opens season with win


Pingree 4, Beaver Country Day 1: Nicole Scarfo, Kerri Zerfoss, Charlotte Esty and Lexi McNinch all scored in the Highlanders first game of the season. Pingree scored its final three goals in a matter of seven minutes to regain the lead and take the victory. Freshmen Meg Foye, Olivia Pena, along with Scarfo played well in their first varsity game.

Waring 7, Woodward 0: Freshman Amanda Adams netted a pair of goals and assisted on another for Waring (3-0).


Pingree 5, Beaver Country Day 0: Senior Eliza Mead had two goals and one assist and Pingree improved to 2-1. Quinn Anderson and captains Jillian Witwicki and Solina Powell also scored while Katie Shreenan had one assist in the Highlanders’ complete team effort.

Manchester Essex 2, Rockport 0: Maddy Dahlin and Brittany Smith scored the goals for the Hornets (4-0-1), while Taylor Meek assisted on both scores.

Masconomet 2, Hamilton-Wenham 0: The Generals drop to 2-3 on the season, despite seeing strong play from Caroline Fallon.


St. JOhn’s Prep 4, Xaverian 2: The Eagles (4-0-1) improved to 2-0 in Catholic Conference play behind two goals and one assist form Paul Magazzu. Matt Chilton had a goal and an assist and Patrick Foley had one goal as St. John’s built a 4-1 lead. Peter McManus had one assist, midfielders Greg French and Liam Welch played well and keeper Bobby Holmes made four saves.

Watertown 3, Bishop Fenwick 1: The Crusaders played well and grew as a team but didn’t have quite enough for their Middlesex League foes. Cam Mirra scored Fenwick’s goal with an assist from Rashad DaSilva and captains Alex Baker and Greg Enos played well for the Crusaders (2-4-1).

Pingree 7, Dexter 1: Reese Fulmer, Ben Rotner and Kian McGee played well as the Highlanders improved to 1-1.

St. Mary’s 2, Archbishop Williams 2: Salem’s Noah Camelo scored two unassisted goals to help the Spartans record the tie with unbeaten Archbishop Williams. Goalie Helio Neto made 18 saves for St. Mary’s (3-1-2) while Christian Chavez and Kevin Esper played well.

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