Dom Buonopane picked the perfect time for a career-best performance yesterday afternoon at Turner Hill.
Buonopane, a senior for Masconomet, produced 32 points playing in the Chieftains’ seventh spot to help his team edge North Reading, 155-151.
Buonopane had a two-putt par on his final hole to finish off the Hornets.
“It’s his first year on the team and he had 28 (points) one time, but this was definitely his best round of the year,” Masco coach Ben Hodges said. “After losing a couple matches early, it was nice to get a big win. They were ahead of us in the standings when the match started.”
Masco (5-3 overall, 5-2 Cape Ann League) also got 28 points from Paul O’Kelly, 26 from Joe Klingensmith, and 25 from Christian Cardarelli.
Winthrop 481/2, Salem 231/2: Cam Twomey won at No. 5 for the Witches, 5-4, and A.J. Darmody prevailed at No. 6, 51/2-31/2. Salem slipped to 2-6.
St. John’s Prep 233, Central Catholic 241: Steven DiLisio (Swampscott) shot even par at 35 to help the Eagles (7-1) to victory. Jeff O’Connor (Topsfield) shot a 38, while Justin Serowik (Marblehead) shot a 39.
St. John’s Prep 6, Catholic Memorial 1: Junior Paul Magazzu had two goals, and Junior Stephen Heintz scored his first varsity goal on a picturesque free kick from 20-yards away. Justin Blanch had a goal and an assist, Matt Chilton and Tom Erickson also scored. Bobby Holmes and Jared Costa split time in goal for the Eagles (6-0-1).
Hamilton-Wenham 1, Georgetown 1: Thomas Dowd finished a corner from Russel Gregorian midway through the second half but the Royals answered a few minutes later. Sweeper Nick Loeper and stopped Aidan Prior played well for the Generals (2-1-3) and defender Frank Buco made a head-up play backing up the goalie to save a goal.
Somerville 2, Masconomet 1: Senior Max Craig scored in the 71st minute to cut Somerville’s lead in half, but the damage was already done. Jeff Panella played outstanding at center midfield, Adam Grammer was credited with the assist and Willie Stewart made 10 saves in goal for the Chieftains (5-0 CAL).
PEABODY 2, BEVERLY 0: According to coach Stan McKeen, Peabody played a complete game in this win over the Panthers. C.J. Alimonti scored 31 minutes in and Connor Wolff added the insurance goal in the second half. Both goals were assisted by Ben Manoogian. Ben Britton and Christian Morales played well defensively while Vin Dos Santos stood out in the midfield for Peabody (5-0-1).
Beverly (3-4) coach Kevin Leahy was pleased with his team’s effort, especially on defense, “The entire team played well. Everyone played hard.”
Mystic Valley 3, North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 0: Midfielder Mark Mishel had a standout game in defeat for the Bulldogs (0-7).
Bishop Fenwick 3, Archbishop Williams 2: Greg Enos, Troy Belleville and Joey Gray scored the goals for the Crusaders (4-5-1) in the win. Rishad DeSilva played outstanding in the midfield and at sweeper.
Ipswich 3, Newburyport 1: Sam Benford, Matt Jaeger and David Dick scored for Ipswich (5-2). Max Benford had two assists in the win and Sean Wholley had strong game on defense.
Bishop Fenwick 2, Archbishop Williams 0: Abbey Rocker set up Fenwick’s first goal, a tally by Annette Ruggiero midway through the first half, and scored the insurance goal with five minutes to play. Danielle Deltorto assisted on Rocker’s goal and Emma Harrington and Jackie Edgett played well for Fenwick (4-2-1).
Pingree 7, Dana Hall 0: Charlotte Esty scored twice, Kasey Provost added one goal and two assists, and Kerri Zerfoss contributed one goal and one assist as the Highlanders rolled to victory. Lexi McNinch, Emma Whalen and Hannah Becker each pitched in one goal for Pingree (3-0).
North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 1, Mystic Valley 0: Junior Makayla Norden scored off a long throw in from Stefanie Campbell with about three minutes to play, giving the Bulldogs (4-1-1) the win. Lindsey McGovern, Corey Chavis and Ava Swiniarski played well for North Shore Tech.
Danvers 4, Marblehead 2: Kylie Plaza and Shannon Pohle each scored two goals to lead the Falcons (4-2 overall, 4-0 NEC). Pohle also contributed an assist, along with Delaney Zecha and Meaghan McKenna. Zecha and Courtney Arnoldy drew high praise from Danvers coach Jimmy Hinchion for their play in the midfield.
Newburyport 4, Ipswich 0: Junior midfielder Joanna Perry stood out for the Tigers in defeat. Ipswich dropped to 3-2-2.
Bishop Fenwick 2, Martha’s Vineyard 0: The Crusaders (6-2) scored a goal in each half to win on the road. Erinn Johnson had a goal and an assist and Erin Clancy scored once while Maura Benson and Victoria Hernandez played well on defense in the shutout effort.
Swampscott 4, Revere 1: Tori Thistle scored one goal and assisted another as the Big Blue improved to 4-2-1. Victoria Himaras, Aimee Aylward and Christina King also scored goals while Annie Kane added an assist. Angela Videtta played well defensively for Swampscott.
Dana Hall 1, Pingree 0: The Highlanders put up a great fight in the second half, but couldn’t record the equalizer. Anna Kaneb, Jill Witwicki and Cassidy Assad stood out on defense for Pingree (3-3).
Danvers 2, Marblehead 1: Katherine Leonard tallied both goals for the Falcons (5-2-1), on assists from Rachel Trocci and Nicole Kamens. Catie Lamoly was strong on offense, as was Raquel Leslie in the back field.
Hannah Fobert scored for Marblehead (5-2) in the second half, while Grace Perry and Abby Damare both had solid games in the midfield.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 21, Northeast 43: The Bulldogs took four of the top five spots, moving to 3-0 in the process. Alexa Marquis won the race with teammates Jessie O’Neill, Hannah Marshall and Jessica Steffanli grabbing the third through fifth spots.
Masco sweeps: The Chieftains defeated Manchester Essex, 26-29, and Pentucket, 19-40, to boost their record to 5-1. Megan Collins took second in 19:42 and Kathleen Gillespie was third in 20:24 for Masco. Gwen Ellis (7th), Kim Cosgrove (8th) and Abby Greenslade (10th) crossed the finish line in a tight pack to help the Chieftains pull away.
Hamilton-Wenham takes two: Hamilton-Wenham had three of the top five finishers in a tri-meet to get the better of Triton (19-42) and North Reading (20-43). Emily Horgan finished second in 20:30 and Jeanine Zheng was right behind her for third place. Olivia Horgan placed fourth. Meghan Stone, Amanda Burnett, Mazey Loomis and Meg McWhirter placed in the 7-10 spots for the Generals (6-0).
Pingree splits: The Highlanders (4-2) defeated Lexington Christian, 21-38, but fell to Newton Country Day 44-14. Blair Kaneb was sixth overall in a time of 22:10, while Ali Knowles (22:45) was seventh and Lauren Menzie finished eighth at 22:46.
St. Mary’s splits: Freshman Sarah Ryan (20:49) came in second as the Spartans’ top finisher of the day. St. Mary’s (2-2) topped Marion 15-50, but fell to Spellman 22-33. Sarah Corbett (21:21) was fifth and Melissa LeFave finished at 22:28.
Ipswich sweeps: Emily DeMarco won the race in 19:48 as the Tigers beat Lynnfield 21-37 and fell to Newburyport 27-42. Annie Zampatella (3rd 20:10) and Maggie Brown (21:08) also ran well for Ipswich.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 19, Northeast 40: Phil Simonton, Doug Wilson and Michael Tilton took the top three places to guide the Bulldogs (3-0) to victory. Brendan Hurley came in sixth place and Tim Pacini placed seventh.
Masco wins two: Senior captain Harry Kent won the race in 16:43 to help the Chieftains defeat both Pentucket (22-35) and Manchester Essex (23-32). Kyle Faddis (4th, 17:02), Kevin Martin (5th, 17:17), Danny Cosgrove (8th, 17:27) and Charlie Gilfeather (12th, 17:42) also contributed for Masco (6-0).
H-W beats Triton, North Reading: Matt Gillis (17:24) and Mike Allara (17:59) took the top two spots to lead the Generals to wins over Triton (15-48) and North Reading (21-39). Hamilton-Wenham, which improved to 4-2, also got solid performances from John Blatchford (4th, 18:15), Jack Gourdeau (6th, 18:28), Daniel Allara (7th, 18:29) and Sam Erhard (10th, 19:07).
Pingree 24, Lexington Christian 31: Evan Maravelis was the overall winner at 19:03 as the Highlanders remain perfect at 3-0. Kyle Skelton (19:12) and Adam Gerber (19:14) finished second and third respectively.
St. Mary’s sweeps: The Spartans stay perfect at 4-0 after defeating defending Catholic Central League champion Cardinal Spellman, 26-32 and also beat Marion 32-42. Thomas Mackin finished fourth overall at 17:09, followed by Mike Cerulli (17:35) and Matt McManus (17:29) in fifth and sixth respectively.
Bishop Fenwick 3, Lynnfield 0: The Crusaders cruised to 25-10, 25-13, 25-15 wins. Kate Lipka (19 kills), Jen Crovo (8 kills, 13 digs), Gianna Pizzano (5 kills, 9 digs) and Tessa McLaughlin (33 assists) stood out for Fenwick (7-1).
Peabody 3, Revere 0: Carolyn Scacchi had 18 kills and 14 digs to lead Peabody to 29-27, 25-13, 25-18 wins. Olivia Summitt (13 kills), Jillian Rubin (15 digs) and Ali Gotsegan (17 assists) also played well for the Tanners (7-0).
Masconomet 3, Hamilton-Wenham 0: The Chieftains improved to 5-2 with 25-13, 25-6, 25-20 wins over Hamilton-Wenham. Junior setter Katherine McManus had nine assists and four digs, and sophomore outside hitter Natasha Murray had six service points, including three aces, seven digs and one kill.
Dana Hall 3, Pingree 0: The Highlanders (2-4) were swept (8-25, 22-25, 15-25) in straight sets. Defensive specialist Vanessa Jonah had two service aces and recorded nine digs.
Swampscott 3, Winthrop 0: Outside hitter Gina Asipenko had 11 kils and Faye Liakopoulos had 20 assists as the Big Blue (3-4) swept 25-22, 25-14, 29-27.
Beverly 3, Lynn English 0: Catherine Browns had four kills and five aces, Olivia George played well in her first varsity match and Haley Finick had three kills and 12 points as the Panthers swept 25-19, 25-21, 25-13.
Endicott 3, UNE 0: Callie Dolan had 14 kills to lead the Guls (7-8, 2-0) to a 24-14, 25-14, 24-19 victory. Tori McIntyre had 15 digs and eight kills.
MEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER
Gordon 2, Bridgewater State 1: Andrew Vandervoort scored two goals and the Fighting Scots (8-0) remain perfect on the season.
WOMEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER
Gordon 2, New England College 1: Lauren Hayes and Stephanie Bouilon handled the scoring as Gordon improved to 8-1.
Salem State 3, Eastern Conn St. 1: Swampscott natives Casey Connoly and Kelly Birchmore scored as the Vikings won their third straight. Victoria Clansey also scored and Amy Griffith had two assists.
COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY
Gordon 5, Regis 3: Sarah Shannon had the go ahead goal and Brittany Hawkins scored a pair as Gordon outshot the hosts 26-6 and improved to 7-2.