, Salem, MA


September 25, 2012

Monday's area roundup: H-W girls cross country runs winning streak to 92 straight meets


Saugus 1, Swampscott 0: The Big Blue continue to struggle offensively, scoring only one goal in the last two games.

Val Temin came up with numerous saves to keep it a one-goal game.


Beverly 5, Revere 0: Caitlin Harty scored three goals and had one assist to lead the Panthers (5-1) to a victory. Nicole Kirsch and Eva Gourdeau also scored for Beverly, and Allison Collins contributed two assists. Sophomore Rose Terner

played well defensively.

Swampscott 2, Saugus 0: Freshman

Meghan Hartmann scored both goals for the Big Blue (2-1-2), which got an excellent defensive effort from middies Melinda Wilson and Aisling Dennehy in front of keeper Sam Rizzo

(4 saves).

Danvers 5, Gloucester 1: Senior captain Chrissy Gikas scored two goals and Meghan Kenny, Delaney Zecha and Shannon Pohle also scored as the Falcons (3-1-2) remained unbeaten in Northeastern Conference play at 2-0-2. Kenny, Kylie Plaza and Jackie Morse had assists and goalie Leah Ciampa had two excellent saves among her five stops.

Peabody 5, Salem 0: Freshman

Katrina Silva led the Tanners offense with two goals, while Madison Doherty and Nicole Napolitano each had recorded a marker. In her third game back from injury, Hayley Dowd finished with a goal and an assist. Caitlin Lodi and Kristina Sholds combined for the shutout victory with four saves.

“We had a nice rest after the win over Beverly and we came back to get another win in the conference,” said head coach Dennis Desroches.

Kara Digiacomo, Cayla Bucci and Bianca Muscato

were solid in the backfield for the Tanners, who remain undefeated at 5-0.

Pingree 8, Dana Hall 0: Charlotte Esty led the way for the Highlanders (3-0) with a hat trick performance. Kerri Zerfoss finished with two goals and June Kiely, Taylor Landers and Arlin Baez each had a single marker. Erin Cunningham and Nicole Cohen combined for the shutout over Dana Hall.

Ipswich 0, Lynnfield 0: Emily Brengle and Ellie Swenson had a strong second half for the Tigers (4-0-3). Katie Monahan

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