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.