, Salem, MA


October 31, 2013

Wednesday's area roundup: Swampscott field hockey moving on in state tournament


The Swampscott field hockey team executed its game plan to perfection as the fourth seeded Big Blue defeated Wayland 1-0 to advance to the North Division 2 tournament.

Annie Kane stuffed home a rebound after a Victoria Himaras shot in the first half for the only goal of the game. Wayland nearly scored in the final 30 seconds but the play was called back due to a falty corner.

“I almost had a heart attack, but it worked out,” admitted Swampscott (13-2-2) head coach Toby Channen. “It feels great. The girls really wanted it and they worked so well togehter today. Everything clicked. They really wanted it for the seniors.”

Sophomore goalie Katie Papele made 15 big saves while Angela Videtta, Tessa Bean, Nora Walker and Lydia Antrim had strong defensive efforts. Danielle Mayblyum and Tori Thistle helped the Big Blue in transition.

The team will host fifth seeded Tewksbury (13-4-2) tomorrow.

Weston 4, Bishop Fenwick 0: Seniors Kathleen Moran and Erinn Johnson had strong games but Bishop Fenwick (10-8-1) couldn’t find a way to stop sixth seeded Weston.

Newburyport 2, Marblehead 1: Suzanne McCarthy had the goal for Marblehead (10-7-2) as Newburyport scored the game-winner as the clock expired. Senior Eliza Fitzgerald and juniors Olivia Hazlett, Abby Dimare and Kendall Casey all had good games.

Concord 1, Pingree 0: The Highlanders dropped to 7-5 in the Eastern Independent League and 8-7-1 overall.


Waring 5, Gann Academy 0: Waring (14-1) andvanced to the Independent Girls Conference Finals behind four goals and one assist from Amanda Adams. Grace Gustaferro added the other goal while Meg Graves and Brooke Adams led the Waring defense

Pingree 7, Concord Academy 1: The Highlanders (12-0-1) had three goals from Lexie McNinch and strong performances from Charlotte Esty (two goals, one assist), Kerri Zerfoss (goal, assist) and senior captain Hannah Becker (three assists). Mollie Smith also had a goal for Pingree.

Salem Academy 3, Kipp Academy5: Salem Academy (5-2) had goals from Chanelle Camah, Hannah Magee and Ruby Cheresnowsky.

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