Peabody senior Victoria Digiacomo scored two goals in the Tanners’ 6-0 win over Lynn Classical, collecting the 100th and 101st points of her four-year varsity career.
Digiacomo is the sixth member of the 100-point club for Peabody girls soccer, joining teammate
Hayley Dowd, older sister Erika, Emily and Alyssa Manoogian and Justine Hartigan.
“I’ve been extremely fortunate to coach a lot of great athletes and soccer players and Victoria’s right up there,” said Peabody coach
Dennis Desroches. “She’s been so consistent throughout her four years and it’s been a pleasure to watch her play and coach her.”
Dowd, playing her first game of the season, scored three goals in yesterday’s win as the Tanners improved to 3-0. Madison Doherty also scored and Desroches was impressed with Classical’s aggressive approach and the play of his own defenders Cayla Bucci and Kara Digiacomo.
Waring 6, Gann 1: Amanda Adams scored three goals as the Waring School improved to 2-1.
Beverly 6, Lynn English 0:
Caitlin Harty and Allison Collins notched a pair of goals and an assist each for undefeated Beverly (4-0) while Kristen O’Connor and Casey Cook added a goal each. Junior center back Diandra Crowley was impressive in the win.
Greater Lowell 4, NS Tech/Essex Aggie 0: Senior captains
Kourtney Kellard (eight saves) and Julie DeGenova (sweeper) had outstanding games for NST/EA (3-3).
Danvers 3, Swampscott 0: Senior
Chrissy Gikas had a goal and an assist, Shannon Pohle and Courtney Arnoldy also scored and Meghan Kenny and Delaney Zecha had helpers as the Falcons (2-1-1) won their second straight. Emily Murphy and Cate Raftery played very well defensively for Danvers.
Leah Dawley played a strong center-mid for the Big Blue (0-1-2).
Marblehead 0, Gloucester 0:
Cassie Rodgers made 14 saves as the Magicians (2-0-2) held on for the tie. Freshmen Sarah Cullen and Meagan Hanratty played well along with captains Kylie Fischer, Meggie Collins and Rebecca Unterborn.
Revere 1, Salem 0: The Witches (1-2-1) dropped a heartbreaker with the Patriots scoring with just four minutes left in regulation time.
St. John’s prep 5, Central Catholic 0: Senior Nate Schmidt scored two goals and classmates Sean Kelly and Cody Merritt scored one as all three notched their first goals of the year and the Prep (4-0) remained unbeaten. Tommy Buonopane added a goal and an assist and senior keeper Ben Alpern earned his fourth straight shutout.
Beverly 1, Lynn English 1: Spiro Lust Phillips scored with an assist from Conor Leahy to give the Panthers (3-0-2) an early lead but the Bulldogs tied things up. Bryon Girard played well for Beverly and Ryan Santo also had a strong effort.
Ipswich 2, Georgetown 2: Zach Eliopolous and Slater Sullivan had the goals, assisted by Matt Jeager and Sean Whooley, in the draw.
Peabody 2, Lynn Classical 2: The Tanners (1-0-2) let a 2-0 led slip away in the second half.
Vlassi Duni and Shawn Bernado had the goals in the first half with C.J. Alimonte collecting two assist. Tommy Drover made 16 saves in net.
Masconomet 2, Newburyport 1: Maddie Doyle scored the winning goal midway through the second half with Dana Baleck scoring to tie it up after Newburyport took a 1-0 lead in the first half. Goalie Allie Neuenhaus made four saves in the final 14 minutes to preserve the lead and Masco’s perfect 5-0 record.
Swampscott 2, Gloucester 0: Swampscott scored twice in the second half to move to 4-1. Alexis Steriti scored on a Tori Thistle corner and then Thistle followed with a goal on an assist from Steriti. Nora Walker was spectacular defensively along with Tessa Bean while Danielle Mayblum controlled the midfield.
Peabody 1, Marblehead 1: Joanne Frangias (assisted by Jenna Ferullo) scored for Peabody (3-1-2) in the opening two minutes before Marblehead tied it with 11 minutes left in the half. Junior left half back Noelle Koch stood out as well for the Tanners. Leah Brooks scored the tying goal for Marblehead (4-0-1) with an assisted Tyler Phillips. Maggie Forbes and Eliza Fitzgerald also played very well for Marblehead.
Pentucket 2, Hamilton-Wenham 0: Junior
Eliza Webber was a highlight defensively for H-W (1-4).
Danvers 3, Revere 0: Sophomore
Caitlin McBride netted the first two goals as the Falcons evened their record at 2-2-2. Katherine Leonard
had the other goal for Danvers.
Manchester Essex 5, Georgetown 2:
Maddi Bistrong made five saves for the Hornets (6-0) while senior forwards Kelsi Fields scored two goals with one assist and Nicole Bradley had a goal and one assist and junior Brittany Smith
had two goals.
Salem 38, Lynn Classical 34: The Witches (2-5) won behind match victories from Tim Richmond, Josh Lausier, A.J. Darmody and Adam Maggiacomo.
Swampscott 41 1/2, Gloucester 30 1/2:
Patrick Burkett’s 7 1/2-1 1/2 win helped the Big Blue (4-1) secure the win. Peter Wright, Anthony Springthorpe, Noah Maercklein and Griffin Hunt also won and Kevin Shea shot a strong round of 38.
Peabody 53.5, Revere 18.5:
Matt Correale won his match 8-1 for Peabody (3-3) while Matt McIsaac captured his match and Chris Ciampa was victorious by a score of 6-3.
Beverly 60, Lynn Classical 12:
Sam Shorr, Chris Sinclair, Seamus Desmond and Kevin Dyer led Beverly (8-0-1) which qualified for the state tournament by winning seven out of eight matches while halving the other. The Panthers are 6-0 in the NEC.
St. John’s Prep 250, Catholic Mem. 252: Freshman
Steve Dilisio (37) and senior captain Brandon Bingel led SJP (4-2).
Masconomet 3, Hamilton-Wenham 0: Nikki Leonard led the Generals with 31 digs and didn’t miss a serve.
Peabody 3, Salem 1: It took four games (25-14, 25-19, 17-25, 25-17) but Peabody (3-1) managed to put Salem in it’s rear view mirror thanks to 10 kills and three blocks from
Carolyn Scacchi, four kills from Olivia Summitt and six aces from Jillian Defelice. Salem (3-3) was led by Kayla Pelletier (10 kills) and Hannah Mularkey (15 digs).
North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 3, PMA 0:
Emma Bouchard was outstanding defensively while Grace McNally served well for NST/EA (4-1), which won in three straight games (25-10, 25-19, 25).
Bishop Fenwick 3, Arch. Williams 0: The Crusaders (5-1) won in a 25-17, 25-18, 25-16 sweep behind Kate Lipka’s 11 kills and five blocks as well as Jen Crovo’s 25 digs and five kills.
Gulls finish second: Endicott’s Jackson Wyman carded a 76 and finished fourth as Nick Erlichman and Austin Teal
also medaled as the Gulls finished second as a team and clinched a spot in the Commonwealth Coast Conference spring championship.
WOMEN’S COLLEGE TENNIS
Emmaneul 7, Salem St. 2: Jessica Spinale had a hand in both points for the Vikings, winning No. 3 singles and teaming with Anna Yaskell to win No. 2 doubles.