The Salem News
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Masconomet 2, Triton 0: Maddie Lefreniere’s first half goal assisted by Belle Ives stood up as Masconomet’s defense didn’t allow a corner or shot on goal the entire game. Maddie Doyle added another goal assisted by Julianna Kostas and Tessa Ives and Megan Letvinchuk played well in front of goalie Kylie Currier.
Ipswich 5, Georgetown 0: The Tigers scored four times in the second to pull away from the Royals. Meghan Lindahl had two goals and one assist to lead the offense while Caroyln Lynch had a goal and an assist and Julua Meedzan and Maddi Hill also scored. Nicole Stone notched one assist for Ipswich.
Hamilton-Wenham 3, North reading 0: Eliza Webber, Rachel Holappa and Sophia Zizza each had a goal in the Generals’ victory. Goalie Maddie Werner made six saves as H-W prepares for Newburyport on Friday.
Bishop Fenwick 6, Haverhill 1: Erin Clancey scored three goals for the Crusaders, which remain undefeated at 3-0 this season. Erinn Johnson put in a pair of scores, while Brianna Trodella added a goal.
Central Catholic 232, St. John’s Prep 235: The Eagles (1-1) fell by three strokes on the road in Atkinson, New Hampshire. Sophomore James Turner was the low-shooter for St. John’s with a 1-over round of 37.
Peabody 48 1/2, Lynn Classical 23 1/2: The Tanners improved to 2-1 behind wins from all eight of their players, Nolan Franey, Matt Correale, Steve Ferrante, Patrick McCarthy, Ted Izzo, Steve Goggin, Chris Ciampa and Zach Bille.
Winthrop 37, Marblehead 35: The Magicians dropped their first match of the season in a very close match. Marblehead is now 2-1.
Bishop Fenwick 3, Arch. Williams 0: Tessa McLaughlin had a double-double with 26 assists and 11 digs as the Crusaders (2-1) won at home, 25-6, 25-13, 25-23. Captain Kate Lipka had 14 kills and five blocks, Gianna Pizzano added eight kills and 13 digs and Jen Crovo chipped in seven kills and 12 digs.
Hamilton-Wenham 3, Saugus 1: Junior middle hitter Maddie O’Connor had eight aces and senior libero Leah Walsh had two aces as the Generals used solid serving to win 25-7, 20-25, 25-18, 25-18.
NST/Essex Aggie 3, Chelsea 1: The Bulldogs (1-2) earned their first win of the season, behind impressive play from Rachael Langone (served 20 out of 21 balls) and Jassiel Abreau had nine kills.
Greater Lowell 8, Nst/Essex AGgie 0: Tom Gallione and Sam Cueva both played well at center-mid for the Bulldogs (0-2).
South Shore Charter 3, Salem Academy 0: Sammy Benoit and Sal Martinez each played well for Salem Academy (0-2).
Salem Academy 6, South Shore Charter 1: Laura Fawin scored three goals and Schannelle Camah added a pair as Salem Academy picked up its first win. Sydney Moreno also scored for the Navigators (1-1-1).
agateHed:GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Beverly 17, Swampscott 45: Beverly took four of the top five spots and eight of the top 10 as it rolled in its opener. Nicole Demars, Abby Walsh and Juliana Wesley grabbed the top three spots for the Panthers while Maeve Monahan and Keely Higgins finished fifth and sixth, respectively.
Isabella Kornitsky was the Big Blue’s top finisher in fourth (18:05) while Alyssa Mauriello was eighth in 19:06.
Danvers 15, Salem 50: The Falcons took the top five spots in their opening meet of the season as Catalina Dominick won in 19:45. Dominick was followed by Alison Barker (22:48), Jessica Driscoll (23:56), Payton Johnson (24:20) and Lindsay MacInnis (24:53).
agateHed:BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Marblehead 17, Lynn English 46: Conrad Rosseau (18:32), Chris Rodts (18:36) and Adam Linksy (18:37) were the top three finishers on the 2.9 mile course as the Magicians (1-0) began the season with a win.
Swampscott 25, Beverly 30: Overall race winner Matt Mahoney (14:40) helped the Big Blue open with a win. The Panthers grabbed the second and third spots but Bennett Smith (15:45), Marco Scibelli (15:48) and Robbie McLaughlin (16:01) filled out the top six for Swampscott.
Campbell Wood took second for Beverly (0-1) in 15:20 and freshman Brian McPherson was third in 15:34. Michael Scott added a seventh place finish while Anthony Morrissey was eighth.
Danvers 15, Salem 41: James Bailey (18:17) took the top spot in the Falcons’ season opener. Kevin Hebert (18:59), Ryan Heber (19:19), Zach Powers (19:57) and Jay Calcagno (20:40) took the next four spots for Danvers.
agateHed:WOMEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER
Endicott 1, Lasell 0: Paige Marinelli’s unassisted goal in the eighth minute stood up and Endicott (1-3-1) earned their first win of the season. Katie Donnelly stopped all three shots she saw to close out the clean sheet.
Gordon 2, Colby-Sawyer 1 (2OT): Jamie Breton scored in the second overtime to lift Gordon (4-1) to a last second win. Taylor McSherry also scored for the Fighting Scots and McKenzie Dion stopped all 11 shots she saw while Kari Chsitensen made five saves.
agateHed:MEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER
Rhode Island College 1, Endicott 0: The Gulls (2-3) fell in overtime as RIC’s Tyler Pacheco scored the game’s only goal in the extra session. Austin Peluso stopped seven shot in the Endicott cage and the Gulls managed five shots on goal.
Gordon 2, UMass Boston 0: Kellen Kasiguran had a goal and an assist and Tim Hardy’s five saves were enough for the shutout as Gordon stayed unbeaten on the season at 4-0. Evan Crocker had the other goal for Gordon, netting his third of the season in the 75th minute for the winner.
agateHed:COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY
MIT 5, Gordon 2: The Fighting Scots (3-1) suffered their first loss of the season on the road.