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September 13, 2013

Thursday's area roundup: Sophomores lead Danvers golfers to first victory

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Beverly 3, Danvers 0: The Panthers swept in straight sets (25-14, 12-25, 17-25) to improve to 3-0 on the season. Senior outside hitter Devyn Borders made 11 serves without an error, while Kara Connors had four kills and played aggressive defense for the Falcons (0-3).

NST/Essex Aggie 3, Fellowship Christian 2: The Bulldogs (2-2) came from two games down to win in the next three sets (15-25, 21-25, 25-18, 25-20, 15-11).

Pingree 3, Learning Center for the Deaf 0: Senior captain Casey Torto and Karolyn Urena played well for the Highlanders (1-0) and showed great leadership on the court.

BOYS SOCCER

Peabody 3, Revere 0: Jake Silva and Connor Wolff each had a goal and an assist for the Tanners (1-0-1). Ben Manoogian added a pair of assists, Kyle Gilbert netted a goal, while Rob Smith and Kevin Lebel got the shutout in goal. Christian Morales and Ben Britton played outstanding in the win.

Lynn Classical 3, Beverly 0: The Panthers (1-1) return to action on Tuesday as they travel to Salem.

Marblehead 1, Swampscott 1: The Big Blue got a goal from Neil Lahrivi two minutes into the second half off a free kick to tie things up in their season opener. Team defense was huge for Swampscott, which drew 10 offsides calls against Marblehead.

GIRLS SOCCER

Marblehead 2, Swampscott 2: Shauna King and Jayme Caponigro (assist) scored the goals for Swampscott (0-1-1) as keeper Sam Rizzo made nine saves in net. Mia Bongiorno and Olivia Eddy were the goal scorers for the Magicians (1-0-1).

Peabody 6, Revere 0: Senior Madison Doherty scored four goals and had one assist as the Tanners (1-1) won their first game of the season. Erika Nelson added a goal and an assists, Caroline Colbert had two assists and Katrina Silva also scored.

Salem 7, Lynn English 1: Freshman Tayla O’Leary had two goals and an assist to lead the Witches (2-1-0) in their first conference game of the season. Hannah Van De Stadt had a pair of goals, while Deema Hijleh, Sydney Hanford and Alix Bryant each has single markers.

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