St. John’s Prep 4, St. John’s Shrewsbury 1: Four different Eagles scored goals as the Prep (7-1) bounced back from its only loss of the year with a convincing road win. Carter Ocko notched his first of the season, Nick Agresti had a goal and an assist and Matt Chilton and Lev Kazalyan also scored. Brooks Clark had an assist and controlled the action at center-mid while Anthony Vigliotta also played well in the middle.
Masconomet 2, Georgetown 1: The Chieftains scored the game’s first two goals and held on for a win.
Alex Gikas and Adam Grammer each scored, with Chip Sherman
assisting on both tallies. Masconomet improved to 6-0-2.
Hamilton-Wenham 7, Amesbury 0: The Generals got two goals from
Russell Grigorian and one goal and two assists from Ollie Cook to improve to 2-4-1. Drew Gallant, Andrew Kang, Aaron Cannon, and Covenant Olatunde also had one goal each for Hamilton-Wenham. Tyler Bussone contributed two assists, Sam Greenwald had one, and keeper Logan Apel earned the shutout.
Ipswich 5, Lynnfield 0: Junior captain
Matt Jeager scored two goals, Sam Benford scored on a penalty kick and Zach Elipolous and Sean Whooley also scored as the Tigers won via Erik Fyrer’s shutout. Chris DiNocco had two assists, Slater Sullivan, Klye Cantrell and Alec Roberts played well defensively with Ipswich (4-2-1) holding Lynnfield to two shots.
St. Mary’s Lynn 4, Austin Prep 0: Salem native
Helio Neto earned his fifth shutout in net and also scored on a penalty kick as the Spartans moved to 6-2-3. Swampscott’s Alex Alleyne had a goal and an assist, Peabody’s Christian Chavez scored and Josh Bertrand
had a goal and an assist.
Ipswich 2, Triton 1: Senior Brigid O’Flynn scored two goals with arching shots from outside the box as the Tigers moved to 5-1-3. Katie Monahan had a strong game for Ipswich, controlling the passing in the middle of the field.
Hamilton-Wenham 0, Amesbury 0:
Samantha Charette and Caroline Gribbell played well defensively and keeper Taylor Morong made some key stops to help the Generals battle undefeated Amesbury to a draw. Emily Gaucher also played well, creating some offensive chances for Hamilton-Wenham (5-1-1).
Masconomet 3, Georgetown 0:
Sammi Sheehan, Claudia Marsh, and Kaleigh Whiteeach scored goals for the Chieftains (4-2-1), and Nancy Palermo
made seven saves for her second shutout of the season.
Bishop Fenwick 8, Matignon 0:
Rose Fantozzi and Annette Ruggiero each scored two goals and Becky Mercuro contributed three assists as the Crusaders pulled away for the easy win. Julia Pierce, Danielle Deltorto, Sam Borelli, and Bridget Corcoran also scored goals for Fenwick (4-3-3).
North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 3, Northeast 1:
Kourtney Kellard had a goal and an assist to lead the Bulldogs (4-4-1). Tori Miloand Brooke Miles also scored goals for the North Shore while Julie DeGenova contributed an assist. Goalie Keely Gallagher made seven saves for the winners.
Swamspcott 371/2, Saugus 341/2: Senior Trevor Massey had the low score with a 38 as the Big Blue (5-2) prevailed in a close match. Kevin Marescalchi, Anthony Springthrope, Patrick Buckett and Victoria Malatesta
also won their matches.
1/2, Lynn English 281/2: Tim Richmond (71/2-1 1/2), Josh Lausier (6-3), and A.J. Darmody (7-2) produced wins for the Witches (3-8) at Gannon.
1/2, Revere 311/2: Matt Correale was medalist at Cedar Glen in Saugus with a 36 and won his match, 7-2, to propel the Tanners (5-3). Steve Ferrante prevailed in his match, 6-3, for Peabody as did Patrick McCarthy and Steve Goggin, who each won 61/2 - 21/2.
Newburyport 166, Hamilton-Wenham 123:
Spencer Bergholtz collected 30 points, but the Generals fell at Carriage Pines. Brian Nicoll added 29 points and Matt Andre contributed 17.
Rivers 2, Pingree 1: Allie Sardo’s goal assisted by Peyton Beatrice tied the game, 1-1, but Rivers notched the game’s final tally as the Highlanders fell to 4-3 on the season.
Masconomet 3, Georgetown 0: Masconomet moved to 7-0 behind goals from
Maddie Doyle, Dana Balek and Lindsay Denn. Becca Phillips, Margaret Moffet and Julianna Kostas also played well for the Chieftains.
Saugus 3, Salem 2: The Witches dropped to 5-4 after a 25-13, 25-19, 17-25, 14-25, 15-12 match to Saugus. Hannah Wilkins had seven kills and two aces for Salem while Kylie These pitched in with nine kills. Libero Hannah Mularkey
stood out with 19 digs.
Bishop Fenwick 3, Lynnfield 2: Captains
Kate Lipka and Gianna Pizzano had 15 and 11 kills, respectively, as Fenwick won a nailbiter, 25-23, 11-25, 25-23, 18-25, 15-13. Tessa McLaughlin added 31 assists for the Crusaders while captain Jen Crovo added 32 digs.
Andover 3, Masconomet 0: The Chieftains (2-7) fell 25-20, 25-5, 25-19. Senior outside hitter
Lexi Simmons had eight service points, 13 digs, two kills and a block and senior middle hitter Maddy Goldstein
came up with six points, 13 digs, two kills and a block.
Peabody 3, Revere 0:
Jen Pearl handed out 17 assists as the Tanners (6-1) won in straight sets 25-19, 25-16, 25-14. Kim Sousa led the offense with nine kills while Carolyn Scacchi had eight kills and Mikayla Wallace added seven kills.
Beverly 3, Lynn English 0: Katie Ball had some great attacks from both the front and back row for the Panthers, who won in straight sets. Christine Green served well for Beverly while Alex Kelliher and Liz Musemeci exhibited agressive play.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Hamilton-Wenham impressive at Ocean State: The Generals placed fifth out of 11 teams at the Ocean State Invitational, led by Emily Weigand (5th, 19:06), Emily Horgan (18th, 19:49), Sarah Duffy (35th, 20:21) and Meghan Stone (44th, 20:40).
Megan McWhirter, Katie Chiu and Iela Ziegenhals each had top 10 finishes in the JV race, while Fiona Worsfold, Natalie Phelan and Maddie Dixon earned medals in the freshman race.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
H-W 12th at Ocean State: Junior Matt Gillis (12th, 16:47) and sophomore Mike Allara (36th, 17:21) paced the Generals as they finished 12th out of 40 teams at the Ocean State Invitational. Jack Blatchford (17:36), Kevin Rutigliano (18:18), and Sam Erhard (19:12) also ran well for Hamilton-Wenham.
Endicott takes second at UNE Invitational: Freshman Austin Teal shot a 74 to place third overall as Endicott placed second as a team at the University of New England Invitational at 308, seven strokes behind the University of Southern Maine. Junior captain Jack Carroll (75) tied for fourth on the day while fellow junior Jackson Wyman (79) was 11th. Nick Erlichman and Ian Teal tied for 12th after firing 80s.