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October 20, 2012

Gabel's goal lifts Marblehead field hockey to shutout victory

FIELD HOCKEY

Marblehead 1, Saugus 0: Senior defender Meghan Gabel scored the game’s only goal nine minutes in off a corner to propel the Magicians (9-4-2) to victory. Senior captain Maggie Forbes assisted on the play. Fellow seniors Sydney Andrews at center halfback and Peri Bial on defense also had outstanding games in the win.

Lynnfield 3, Swampscott 0: Goalkeeper Katie Samiljan had 14 saves for the Big Blue, which fell to 13-2-1 with the road loss. Alexis Steriti, Lisa Vu and Tessa Beane all had fine games for Swampscott as well.

Bishop Fenwick 4, Pentucket 3: The Crusaders (5-6-3) produced a much needed victory, rallying from an early two-goal deficit with three goals in the second half. Katie Hart scored in the first half for Fenwick before Jen Jordan had two goals and Jackie Hart had second half tallies. Grace Celona had a terrific all-around game at midfield for the winners, as did Caitlin Pollard.

Ipswich 6, Triton 0: Carolyn Lynch’s hat trick paced Ipswich (5-5-5), which has lost only once in its last six games. Britta Galanis, Meghan Lindahl and Bridget Curran also scored for the Tigers.

VOLLEYBALL

Salem 3, Revere 0: Setter Danielle Pynn had 20 assists, two kills and 11 digs as the Witches rolled, 25-13, 25-13, 25-19. Captain Kayla Pelletier added 14 digs, two aces and seven kills at middle hitter for Salem (8-8).

Peabody 3, Lynn English 0: Carolyn Scacchi finished with a dozen kills and three blocks as the Tanners (13-1) stayed red hot. Olivia Summit added five kills and teammate Ali Gottsegen contributed 11 service points for Peabody, which prevailed 25-18, 25-23, 25-16.

Beverly 3, Lynn Classical 1: The Panthers improved to 9-2 with the road win.

Swampscott 3, Saugus 1: Gina Asipenko had eight kills and four blocks as the Big Blue prevailed at home, 25-19, 21-25, 25-22, 25-18, bumping their record up to 4-9.

North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 3, Lynn Tech 0: Senior Rhyan Foster had outstanding serving in all three games for the Tech, which prevailed 25-21, 25-11, 25-12. The Bulldogs improved to 12-4 with the win.

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