, Salem, MA


October 5, 2013

Friday's area roundup: Peabody volleyball stays unbeaten at 10-0, clinches tourney spot


Peabody 3, Lynn English 1: Behind a 22 kill performance from senior Carolyn Scacchi (two blocks, two aces) the Tanners remain undefeated at 10-0 and qualified for the state tournament. Olivia Summit had seven kills, Emily Diezemann added five kills and serving well for Peabody was Jillian DiFelice and Katie Gallo.

Beverly 3, Marblehead 0: Maeve Daley recorded five kills, Lindsay Simmons added five kills and a block, Julia Marscen finished with 13 digs and Isabel Marcey had 12 assists for the Magicians (2-8).

Salem 3, Revere 1: The Witches (8-5) were paced by outside hitter Hannah Mullarkey, who had 11 kills and nine aces. Codey Homan had 10 kills, defensive specialist Kayti LeFrancois recorded 12 digs, four aces and 14 service points and Abby Metalcross also played well in the 17-25, 25-8, 25-22, 25-18 wins.

Lynnfield 3, Masco 1: Senior outside hitter Haley Greenslade led the way with 13 service points, 14 digs and eight kills as the Chieftains drop to 6-5 overall. Natasha Murray had 30 digs and five kills, Maddie Kelly added 15 service points, 10 digs and five kills.

North Reading 3, Hamilton-Wenham 0: The Generals (2-8) were swept in straight sets 9-25, 13-25, 4-25.

Concord Academy 3, Pingree 0: Junior captain Casey Torto recorded seven digs and one ace, Hannah Stasiuk had eight kills and one ace as the Highlanders move to 2-6 after being swept 13-25, 16-25, 23-25.


Bishop Fenwick 3, Central Catholic 0: Erin Clancey had two goals, while Erinn Johnson added the other as the Crusaders move to 7-3 on the season. Natalie Moore played well in the midfield, recording two assists, Jackie Hart and Kathleen Moran also had strong games for Fenwick.

Ipswich 2, Hamilton-Wenham 0: Meghan Lindahl led the way with two goals as the Tigers qualified for the tournament in the victory, while Julia Meedzan added an assist.

Junior midfielder Maggie Burns played well for the Generals (3-7-1).

Winsor 3, Pingree 1: Quinn Anderson scored late in the second half as the Highlanders move to 6-3-1.


St. John’s Prep 2, St. Johns’ Shrewsbury 1: Senior Liam Welch and junior Paul Magazzu did the scoring for the Eagles (9-0-1). Mifielder Harry Cusack had strong game, while keeper Zach Rowell made three saves for the win.

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