, Salem, MA


October 2, 2013

Tuesday's area roundup: Last minute goal helps Danvers boys get win


Pingree 41/2, Beaver Country Day 11/2: Alec Shelbourne finished with a 3-over par 39 to lead the Highlanders to victory. Brandon Franco (40), Gabe Saleter (44) and Matt St. Claire (45) also played well for Pingree (3-1).

Salem 46, Revere 26: Kyle Doherty and Wes Schaejbe won their matches 7-2, while Josh Powers and Cam Fraser both won 6-3 as the Witches move to 4-7 on the season. Madison Belleau, Cam Toomey and A.J. Darmody also won their matches.


Southern Maine 6, Salem State 3: Goals by Lauren Pazdziorny and Kathleen Clark (who each assisted the other’s tally) helped Salem State (5-3) get to halftime tied 2-2, but the Huskies scored four times in the second half to pull ahead. Kelsey Russell also had a goal for SSU.


Endicott 1, UMass Dartmouth 0: Abdulla Al khalifa scored in the 36th minute and Austin Peluso stopped all eight shots he faced as Endicott climbed over .500 at 6-5.

Gordon 2, Lasell 1: Andrew Vandervoort scored his 11th and 12th goals of the season as the Fighting Scots stayed perfect on the year at 10-0.


Gordon 3, Emerson 1: Taylor McSherry scored twice and Kendra Woudenberg also notched a goal as Gordon (10-1) rattled off three straight tallies after falling behind early.


Endicott 3, Wentworth 1: Callie Dolan was dominant with 20 kills and Mackenzie Guerre added 16 kills as the Gulls (10-9) remained perfect in CCC play by winning 25-22, 15-25, 25-20, 25-14.

Salve Regina 3, Gordon 0: The Scots (6-10) were swept by the CCC leaders 25-17, 25-14 25-12. Gordon’s Jessica Burdick had 10 kills and Maggie Risma had 17 digs.


Kane leads McDaniel to 11th place: Former Masconomet standout Alex Kane led McDaniel to an 11th-place finish at the Joe Agee Invitational, hosted by William and Mary, this week. Kane had a 54-hole total of 221, including a Centennial Conference record-tying 68 in the second round. Kane shot a 75 in the opening round and closed with a 78 to finish 23rd individually. McDaniel finished with a combined 909. James Madison won with an 851 in the tournament, which featured nine Division 1 teams.

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