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September 24, 2013

Monday's area roundup: Big Blue field hockey blanks Peabody

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Swampscott 37 1/2, Danvers 34 1/2: Brandon Carola and Griffin Hunt won at the seven and eight spots to clinch the win for the Big Blue (4-4). Noah Maercklein and Anthony Springthorpe also won for Swampscott and Cory Bleau tied while Danvers’ winners were Mike Plansky, Wes Millbury and Alex Taylor.

BOYS SOCCER

St. Mary’s 2, Bishop Fenwick 1: The Spartans netted the go-ahead goal with eight seconds left to play to take a point away from the Crusaders (3-5-1). Rashad Da Silva had Fenwick’s goal with an assist from Alex Baker, and Greg Enos and Iftimi Arapi also played well in the defensive end. Freshman Josh Bertrand scored twice, including the game-winner, to lift the Spartans to a Catholic Central League win. Noah Camelo and Dan Hennessey had assists for St. Mary’s (4-1-2) while goalie Helio Neto made 8 saves.

Danvers 1, Gloucester 1: The Falcons took the lead when Zach Noring scored assisted by Ryan Kelleher but Gloucester tied it up and the teams remained deadlocked. Keeper Cam Bornstein made 11 saves for Danvers (4-0-2) as the Fishermen brought heavy pressure in the second half.

Hamilton-Wenham 1, Pentucket 1: Russell Grigorian scored off a pass from Cam Petri midway through the second half to tie the game for the Generals (2-1-2). Goalie Henry Eagar played well, as did stopper Aidan Prior. Junior center midfielder Drew Gallant also played well in his first game back from injury.

Revere 2, Beverly 0: The Panthers played well on Saturday (a 6-1 win over Swampscott) but couldn’t carry the momentum yesterday. Sean Hanlon and Christian Goodwin stood out for the Panthers (3-3).

Masconomet 7, Saugus 0: The unbeaten Chieftains (5-0-1) scored three times in the first 13 minutes to seize control. Edison Forbes, Adam Grammer and Max Craig provided the early markers while P.J. Criscione, Caleb Hanna and Shane Collins also scored. Greg Dougherty had a goal and an assist while Willie Stewart, Steve Heintzelman, Jax Jennings and Stephen Pease performed admirably.

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