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October 13, 2012

Area roundup: Beverly golf clinches NEC title

GOLF

Beverly 45 1/2, Peabody 26 1/2: The Panthers move to 13-1-1 overall and continue their undefeated NEC play at 10-0. The win clinches the NEC title for Beverly.

”Out first goal was to qualify for the tournament and our second was to win the NEC,” said head coach Tom Gillis. “Our next goal is to move on from sectionals.”

Winners for Beverly included, No. 5 Josh Cairns and No. 8 Chris Sinclair. For the Tanners No. 1 Athan Goulos and Matt Correalle.

GIRLS SOCCER

Beverly 6, Saugus 0: Caitlin Harty finished with a game-high three goals and one assist as the Panthers move to 10-2 overall. Eva Gordeau and Casey Cook each recorded a goal and an assist, while Allison Collins had the other goal for Beverly.

Peabody 4, Swampscott 0: Victoria Digiacomo netted two goals for the undefeated Tanners (11-0). Hayley Dowd finished with a goal and two assists, while Christa Trombley recorded a goal for Peabody. Cayla Bucci, Bianca Muscato and Kara Digiacomo played excellent in the backfield.

For the Big Blue (6-3-3) sophomore Emily Bray did well defensively marking Dowd.

Danvers 3, Lynn English 0: Chrissy Gikas led the Falcons (9-2-2) with two goals and one assist, while Meaghan McKenna had the other goal for Danvers, with all the markers coming in the second half.

Marblehead 3, Salem 0: Mia Bongiorno had two goals for the Magicians (7-3-2) in last night’s NEC contest. Sydney Cayen had the other score, while Rebecca Unterborn, Meggie Collins and Elise Joyce all had outstanding games for Marblehead.

FIELD HOCKEY

Triton 1, Hamilton-Wenham 0: Sophomore Caroline Sallons had a strong games defensively for Generals (3-7).

Beverly 4, Peabody 0: Katie Pietrini (two), Katie Wheatley and Molly Pitman were the Beverly (11-1) goal scorers. Hannah Silvestri and Camden Vitale played well defensively while Nicole Woods and Livvy Konaxis had strong offensive games.

Masconomet 2, Pentucket 0: Junior Belle Ives recorded the two goals for the Chieftains (11-0-1), while Becca Phillips and Mary Lee Hutchinson played solid on defense.

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