Marblehead’s Brian Daly allowed only one hit yesterday afternoon against Swampscott and was somehow still out-dueled by the Big Blue’s Trevor Massey.
Massey scattered four hits and didn’t allow a run in a complete-game win. Swampscott improved to 2-5.
“Trevor needed to be almost perfect and he was,” Swampscott Jason Calichman said.
The Big Blue recorded their only hit in the sixth inning and it couldn’t have been any more timely. Ryan January was hit by a pitch, stole second and scored on a Corey Carmody single.
Brendan McDonald made a nice diving play at first base for the Big Blue.
Daly, who walked five and struck out five, had one of Marblehead’s four hits. Connor Green, John Cavolina and Brett Leblanc also had singles for the Magicians (2-4).Bishop Fenwick 8, St. Mary’s 7: Joe Levasseur picked up his third win of the season through five and a third innings of work, allowing five earned runs and struck out four. Gianni Esposito and Mike McKenzie sparked the Crusaders’ (6-1) offense in the third and fourth innings.
north Shore Tech 8, Northeast 3: Captain Bryan Jackson doubled and drove in a pair of runs, but North Shore (3-5) was done in by some timely hitting and big innings from Northeast. Junior Andrew Gallione got on base, walking three times, and scored two runs and freshman Mike Mitchell supplied three innings of no-hit relief work.
Beverly 7, Salem 0: Senior Alex Toomey spun a 1-hitter and struck out 10 as the Panthers (5-2) broke open the rivalry game late. Toomey walked one and carried a no-hitter into the fifth while Anthony DiOrio had two hits and an RBI. Kevin Cuneo and Matt Hamor also dorve in runs for Beverly. Senior Ben Kapnis threw six innings for Salem, which kept it 2-0 into the fifth.
Peabody 4, Revere 3: Matt McIsaac picked up the win in relief, while Pat Ruotolo got the save as the Tanners improve to 7-1 overall and 5-0 in the NEC.
Cushing 6, Pingree 1: Robert VanTuyl was solid on the hill, allowing two earn runs and one hit overall as the Highlanders drop to 3-4. Erik Larsen, Nick Antenucci and Travis Jacques all had one hit and Ryan St. Pierre went 2-for-3 on the day.
Marblehead 11, Swampscott 6: The Magicians improved to 3-2 overall after a strong offensive day at the plate. Rachel McKay went 4-for-4 with two RBI and three runs scored, Emily Messinger went 3-for-4 on the day, including a three-run homer and Olivia Vener went 3-for-5. Michaela LeBlanc picked up the win on the mound.
Masconomet 9, Pentucket 1: Rachel Shamon went the distance, allowing no earned runs and no walks for the win. Maddie Kelly hit a two-run homer, scored two runs, finished with two stolen bases and three RBI, Samantha Martin went 4-for-4, Emily Dow was 3-for-4 on the day with two RBI and a run scored, while Erin Campbell finished 2-for-3 with a triple, a stolen base and 2 RBI for the Chieftains (2-1).
Peabody 5, Revere 1: The Tanners won their fifth straight behind Shelbi Wilson’s 10 strikeout three-hitter. Holly Smith had a two run triple for unbeaten Peabody (5-0) and Shannon Pires also had a hit.
Danvers 7, Gloucester 0: Kendall Meehan struck out 10 in a 1-hitter as the Falcons remained undefeated at 5-0. Tori Costa led the offense with a 3-for-4 effort while Chrissy Gikas went 3-for-4, scored and stole two bases and freshman Hannah Llewellyn was also 3-for-4.
St. Mary’s 8, Bishop Fenwick 2: Sophomore right fielder Jenny Nasser went 1-for-3 on the day with a run scored, while Chandler Wilder went 2-for-2 with two RBI in last night’s leauge loss. Natalie Moore moved to 3-5 on the season and allowed four earned runs.
Lynnfield 20, Ipswich 2: Meredith Kercher and Jill Lombard scored the two runs for the Tigers. Freshman left fielder Carly Coughlin had two hits and two RBI in the loss.
Shawsheen 10, North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 3: Kaera Wyse pitched well for the Bulldogs, allowing eight hits over 6 2/3 innings and striking out three, but took her first loss of the season. Krystal Dion went 3 for 4 with an RBI and Rhiannon Lane added two hits for North Shore (4-2).
Peabody 8, Swampscott 7: Keifer Heckman scored the game-winning goal with 13 seconds left in overtime as the Tanners improve to 6-3. Nick Oulette finished with one goal and four assists, Ryan Wolff netted two goals and Josh Fiore added a goal and assist in the win.
Minuteman 15, North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 14: Dan McCormack pumped in eight goals, but the Bulldogs got edged by Minuteman. Ian Lefavour (3 goals), Cam Smallidge (2) and Max Sciola (1) also scored for North Shore (1-6). Bruce Lamb also played well in the faceoff X.
Beverly 9, Gloucester 2: Brendan Flaherty scored three goals and added one assist to record his 100th career point as Beverly improved to 8-1. Dom Abate added two goals and two assists, Nick Albano produced four assists, Brian Williams scored three times, and Ryan Shipp contributed one goal and one assist for the Panthers. Kevin Lally made nine saves and Andrew Irving and Ty Martz each caused three turnovers.
Austin Prep 22, Bishop Fenwick 20: Annette Ruggiero scored a team-high eight goals, though the Crusaders (4-5) lost in overtime. Grace Celona added four goals, while Tessa McLaughlin (three goals), Natalie Emerson (three goals), Anna Moulton (two goals) and Caroline Crawford (one goal) all contributed to the offense.
Wilmington 19, Swampscott 8: Alexa Goldman had scored three goals and Bridget Lawless notched two for the Big Blue (1-5). Chloe Dorgan, Catt Singley and Olivia Leach also each scored once.
Concord Carlisle 12, Masconomet 8: Sophomore goalie Lili Miller was outstanding, stopping 16 shots and keeping the Chieftains in the game. Masco cut Concord Carlisle’s lead to one goal (9-8) with five minutes left, but couldn’t finish the comeback. Becca Phillips also played well, scoring three goals on three shots for Masco (4-2).
Beaver Country Day 3, Pingree 2: The Highlanders (1-3) swept in doubles play as No. 1 singles team Gabe Salter/Nate Johnson won 6-2, 6-3 and No. 2 doubles Jack Santimi/Matt Menzie won 6-2, 6-2 in yesterday’s team loss.
Beverly 4, Peabody 1: The Panthers continue their undefeated season with their fourth win yesterday. No. 2 singles player Peter Colletti (6-4, 6-1) won his match, as did No. 3 singles Antuan Tran (6-0, 6-0). Eno Jahaj/Chris Tocco (6-1, 6-4) and Connor Gill/Owen Bolas (6-4, 4-6, 6-4) also won in doubles play. Mike Warren was victorious for the Tanners (2-2) at No. 1 singles, winning his set 6-4, 6-3.
Hamilton-Wenham 4, Amesbury 1: Woody Watson rallied to win at first singles and propelled the Generals (2-1). Adam Celeta (6-0, 7-6) also won at singles and H-W swept doubles behind Reed Forsey/Frankie Bucco (6-2, 6-4) and Drew Nekeroski/Jack Hopkins (6-0, 7-5).
Swampscott 4, Winthrop 1: Matt Jabobs (6-0, 6-0), Val Kemmin (6-1, 6-2) won in singles play for the undefeated Big Blue (4-0). No. 1 doubles Matt Gilberg/Sam Crimmins (6-1, 6-2) also won as did second pair Ian Crimmins/Mike Pindrus (6-3, 6-1).
Marblehead 3, Danvers 2: Marblehead took both doubles matches behind Dimitri Vlassoc/Michael Forte (6-2, 6-0) and Ben Goldstein/Jason Frost (6-3, 6-1) and Griffin Butterfield won in straght sets at No. 3 singles. Danvers’ Nick Lisichenok and Gabe Ochonski won three set singles matches.
Lynnfield 5, Ipswich 0: Michael Prine-Robie played well at second singles, but lost a three-set match as Ipswich slipped to 1-3.
Masconomet 4, Newburyport 1: Jake Roscoe/Nick Drago and Sam Gordon/Clay Greenberg won the doubles in straight sets as Masco (3-1 overall) stayed undefeated in the CAL. Cam Netland and John Cabour also won.
Masconomet 5, Newburyport 0: Danielle Dunn (6-0, 6-0), Lexi Palumbo (6-1, 6-0) and Rebecca Costa (6-0, 6-0) all won in straight sets as the Chieftains moved to 3-2. Samantha Moynihan/Maria Alexandrou (6-2, 6-0) and Alexa Ina/Brooke Hunziker (6-1, 6-3) followed by sweeping doubles.
Lynn Classical 4, Salem 1: The Witches got a match win from Kim Barzola at third singles, 6-2, 6-3. Salem’s first doubles team of Marlena Udden and Kayti FeFrancois played well, falling in three sets.
Beverly 4, Peabody 1: The Panthers (4-1) won three matches after losing the first set in an impressive really. Jill Morneau started in singles (2-6, 6-4, 6-4) while Phoebe Blau/Cecilia Buffenoir (2-6, 7-5, 6-2) and Madison Tremblay/Christine Green (3-6, 6-4, 6-4) swept doubles. Meggie Manzo won in straight sets at first singles, 6-4, 6-3.
Lynnfield 4, Ipswich 1: Junior captain Hannah Lynch (6-2, 6-1) had the point for the Tigers.
Swampscott 5, Winthrop 0: The Big Blue rolled to their fourth straight win to start the season. Anna Raptunovich, Vivien Gere and Veronica Pyatigorskaya each won at singles without dropping a game. Allegra Walker and Jessica Zolott (6-1, 6-0) and Michelle Schnayder and Natalyia Anburshchenkes (6-0, 6-0) dominated at doubles.
Marblehead 5, Danvers 0: Marblehead moved to 2-0 with singles wins from Tory Booth (6-3, 6-2), Annie Ryan (6-0, 6-0) and Sarah Katz (6-1, 6-1). Meghan Gabel and Kelly Mealey (6-2, 6-1) also won at first doubles while Amanda Gilberg and Meaghan Hanratty swept through second doubles, 6-0, 6-0.
Masconomet 77, Ipswich 68: The Chieftains started fast, sweeping the 400 hurdles thanks to Kat Hosman, Mila Zernich and Abby Greenslade. Lauren Drohosky (high jump), Dana Balek (javelin), and Paige Pratt (400) also had individual wins for Masco (4-0), which won both relays.
Hamilton-Wenham 90, North Reading 55: Vanessa Morris won the long jump and the 100 and led off the winning 4x100 relay team. Emily Weigand was also a double winner for the Generals (2-1), taking the 2-mile and 800.
Masconomet 81, Ipswich 60: The Chieftains had nine individual winners as they improved to 4-0. Regan Charie (100), David Drigo (javelin), Nolan Rice (high jump), Austin Cashin (400), Tristan Cluster (400 hurdles), Marco Caserta (2-mile), Jason Bermudez (discus), Jake Moorman (mile), and Alex Gikas (800) each won events for Masco.
Event winners for Ipswich were Tim Lee (shot put), Alex Jean-Charles (long jump), Matt Jaeger (triple jump), David Dick (pole vault), Ryan Bahar (high hurdles) and Robbie Fay (200).
North Reading 96, Hamilton-Wenham 48: Matt Gillis won both the 2-mile (10:38) and 800 (2:11), but the Generals slipped to 1-2. Tyler Mulley (400 hurdles) and Shawn Kotch (triple jump) also won events for Hamilton-Wenham.
Salem State 2, Tufts 0: Lefthander Sean Buckland tossed a 2-hitter as the Vikings moved to 19-11 overall. Steve Buitkus (two hits) knocked in a run and Richard Fecteau also earned an RBI. Brett Cahill (run scored) and Matt Burgess also had two hits each and Buckland (five strikeouts) didn’t walk a batter in the gem.
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Gordon 7, Salem state 2: Zach Hall and Kenny Gaudio won at No. 1 doubles and both also took singles matches as Gordon got the better of the Vikings. Scott Daugherty and Mike Olszak also won a doubles match while Richie Armand and Brandon Inkles won both singles adn doubles and Kevin Hodgkins grabbed a point for Salem State.
Gordon swept: Curry edged Gordon in both ends of a doubleheader, 8-7 and 6-5. Kendall Bukuras and Kara Pepper had RBI for the Scots while Marissa Meehan had two RBI and Skylar Bareford knocked in a run.