, Salem, MA


April 15, 2013

Weekend area roundup: Gordon's clutch hit propels Peabody


Scots swept: Western New England scored a pair of wins over Gordon (7-18) taking game one, 4-1, before winning the nightcap 9-0. Kendall Bukuras had the lone RBI on the day for the Scots.


Endicott 15, Roger Williams 9: Harrison Cotter (three goals, one assist), Chris Murphy (two goals) and Jonathan Morgan (two goals) paced the Endicott (10-3) offense while Cameron Bell made 15 saves in goal.

Salve Regina 17, Gordon 7: Houston Zemanski tied his season-high with 17 saves but Gordon dropped to 2-11 overall. Sam Spellman led Gordon with a three goals, Mio Sison added a pair of markers and Colin Davis and Jeremy Nelson tallied a goal each.


SSU 21, Mass Maritime 4: Bridget Dullea pumped in five goals and two assists as SSU improved to 3-6. Kristin Cahoon contributed five goals and an assist, senior Lauren Deluca and sophomore Kristen Caso tallied three goals each.

Gordon 21, Salve Regina 8: Gordon (9-2) improved to 4-2 in the Commonwealth Coast Conference behind a breakout performance from freshman Jessie Castelline, who churned out seven goals and three assists. Anna Blomberg added five goals while Jane Dietrich (three goals) and Stephanie Fitzgerald (two goals) also had strong offensive games.


SSU’s Grant 3rd at Hampton Inn Inv.: Salem State junior Tom Grant shot a two-over 74 to claim third overall at the Hampton Inn Invitational hosted by UMass-Dartmouth this weekend. As a team, the Vikings tied for 13th place with a 326 (+38). William Connell (82), Matt Sebet (84) and Stephen Parise (86) were the other SSU contributors.


Endicott 6, Western New England 3: Endicott (8-5) bumped its win streak to three matches as the Gulls took two of three doubles matches behind wins from Timothy Forance/Michael Lauretano and Olivier Joggi/Jake Cohen. Cohen, Michael Dolph, Forance and Justin Warshavsky grabbed singles wins.

Bridgewater State 7, SSU 2: The Vikings (2-7) saw Matt Lee win at first singles and Krystian Biedul win at fourth singles.

Nichols 9, Gordon 0: The Scots dropped to 4-10 with the setback.

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