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October 25, 2012

Wednesday's area roundup: Peabody girls capture NEC crown

GIRLS SOCCER

Behind a three goal campaign by Victoria Digiacomo, the Peabody girls soccer team defeated Salem 5-0 last night. Still unbeaten in Northeastern Conference play at 15-0, the Tanners clinched the NEC large title for the fourth consecutive season.

”It’s great, especially with this group of seniors,” said head coach Dennis Desroches. “It’s very special for them to accomplish this. We still have big games coming up and need to stay focused.”

Hayley Dowd finished with two goals, while Caroline Colbert recorded three assists. Kara Digiacomo and Cayla Bucci were strong defensively for the Tanners (16-1 overall).

Beverly 8, Revere 1: Sophomore Eva Gourdeau led Beverly’s onslaught with three goals and two assists while junior Caitlin Harty scored twice and added two helpers. Sophomore Sophie Claus scored her first varsity goal and Casey Cook and Emily Geras also scored while Rebecca Kemmer played well on the defensive side for the Panthers (14-2).

Marblehead 6, Winthrop 0: Mia Bongiorno recorded to goals, while keeper Cassie Rodgers came up with big saves for the shutout win for the Magicians (9-4-3). Sarah Katz, Sarah Cullen, Sydney Cayen and Elise Joyce all had single markers in the victory.

Waring 4, Cambridge School of Weston 1: Merilyn Hinrichs had three markers, while Amanda Adams added a single score for Waring (10-4-1).

Bishop Fenwick 4, Matignon 0: Vicky Caruso finished with two goals as the Crusaders move to 9-5-3 overall. Danielle Deltorto and Ali Macdonald each had a score a piece for Fenwick.

Pingree 2, Newton Country Day 1: Pingree opened a 2-0 lead on goals from Charlotte Esty and Katlyn Oliver and held on for a win. Kerri Zerfoss had two assists and June Kiley played well for Pingree (7-3-1).

North Shore Tech 1, Whittier 0: The Bulldogs closed the regular season with a victory as sophomore Brooke Miles scored on a feed from Kourtney Kellard. Freshman goalie Sarah Cantwell made nine saves for the North Shore (8-9-1) shutout.

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