, Salem, MA


October 12, 2012

Thursday's area sports roundup: May paves the way for another Masco golf championship


Ipswich 0, North Reading 0: Senior captain Molly Markos earned her sixth shutout this season, making one save for the Tigers (5-3-5).

Waring 6, Chapel Hill Chauncey Hall 0: Amanda Adams tallied a pair of markers for Waring (9-2) with teammates Ayla Rauhala, Allie Lanza, Kate Miller and Grace Gustaferro adding a goal each.

Masconomet 2, Rockport 0: The Chieftains (8-2-2) scored a pair of first half goals as Lexi Sheehan and Leah Connerty both found the back of the net before intermission. Dominique Anderson and Kaleigh White had assists while Nancy Palermo and Lexi Nason split time in goal to share the shutout.

Greater Lowell 6, North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 1: Senior captain Kourtney Kellard scored off a cross from sophomore Corey Chavis for NST/EA (5-8-1). Sophomore Keely Gallagher and freshman Shauna Dempsey also had fine games in the defeat.


Peabody 1, Danvers 1: Drew Piazza put Danvers ahead 25 minutes into the second half, but the Tanners got the equalizer 10 minutes later on a goal from Vlasi Duni, with C.J. Almimonti assisting. Maynard Wheeler (sweeper), Scott Myers and Shawn Bernardo turned in great defensive work for Peabody (6-2-3).

St. John’s Prep 2, Catholic Memorial 1: Nate Schmidt and Tommy Buonopane had the goals for St. John’s Prep (11-1), with Brooks Clark assisting on the game-winner. The Eagles are now a perfect 6-0 in the Catholic Conference.

Hamilton-Wenham 1, Manchester-Essex 0: Senior midfielder Ollie Cook’s goal with just 20 seconds to play gave the Generals (4-5-3) a stirring victory. Sophomore James Rennick stopped five shots for the shutout while striker Henry Eager had a spectacular game off the bench.

St. Mary’s Lynn 1, Archbishop Williams 1: Mike Russo had the goal for St. Mary’s (9-2-3) while Helio Neto had his seventh shutout in goal.


Bishop Fenwick 3, Arlington Catholic 1: After falling behind by a game, Fenwick (11-3) won three straight (18-25, 25-14, 25-21, 25-23) to down AC. Junior captains Kate Lipka, Gianna Pizzano and Jen Crovo combined for 30 kills while Tessa McLaughlin had 25 assists for the Crusaders (11-3).

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