, Salem, MA

October 16, 2013

Tuesday's area roundup: North Shore Tech girls soccer qualifies for tourney

The Salem News


NST/Essex Aggie 3, Greater Lawrence 1: Keely Gallagher, Sarah Powers and Hailey Paige scored the goals for the Hawks (7-2-4), who qualified for the tournament in the win. Ella Speff and Paige added assists, while Makayla Nordon had a strong game in the midfield.

Salem Academy 5, Academy of Pacific Rim 2: Channelle Camah had 2 goals and Laura Sawin added a goal and two assists to help Salem Academy improve to 5-3-2. Nyona Dukes scored her first goal of the year and Jessie Nguyen also had a goal.

Beverly 5, Lynn Classical 0: Senior Caitlin Harty had all five goals to put her season total over 30 and the Panthers avenged an early season tie to the Rams in a big way. Senior Casey Cook doled out three assists for Beverly (10-3-2) while Kristen O’Connor and Meghan Berking had one each and senior Diandra Crowley played well on defense.

Peabody 6, Revere 0: Erika Nelson’s hat trick helped the Tanners (9-1-2) extend their unbeaten streak to 11 games with yet another shutout from Caitlin Lodi. Caroline Colbert added a goal and two assists while Madison Doherty and Brianna Gaynor scored, and Sydney Cooke added one assist.

Salem 3, Lynn English 0: The Witches (8-5-1) earned their fourth straight shutout as Sydney Rocheville and Ari Gaffney split the shutout and captain Brenna Burke led a strong defensive effort. Deema Hijleh had a pair of goals, Alix Bryant had two assists and Nicole Sadoway also had a goal.

Marblehead 0, Swampscott 0: Keeper Lauren Unterborn made 15 saves to help Marblehead (8-3-2) earn a point and qualify for the state tournament for the second straight year. Sydney Cayen and Sarah Cullen both had outstanding games for the Magicians.


Marblehead 3, Revere 1: Hannah Fobert had the hat trick to help the Magicians improve to 10-4-1. Assisting on Foberts’ goals were Eliza Fitzgerald (two helpers) and Abby Bostley, while Mileah Duntley and Eryn McCormack enjoyed strong all-around games.

Swampscott 5, Salem 1: Tori Thistle had two goals and an assist and Danielle Mayblyum added one of each as the Big Blue moved to 9-2-2 in a strong all-around team effort. Aimee Aylward and Sammi Sinrich (penalty stroke) also had goals while Tessa Beane had one assist.


Salem Academy 2, Academy of Pacific Rim 1: Sal Martinez had a pair of goals, with one coming on a great feed from Madiyar Tatimbekov and the winner coming on a penalty kick. Brian Rodriguez made 12 saves in net for Salem Academy (3-5-2).

Lynn English 1, Salem 0: The Witches were felled by a first half goal, though Nathan Russell, Conor Duncan and Allejandro Smart played well.

Peabody 1, Revere 1: Ben Manoogian scored on a direct kick seven minutes into the second half to put the Tanners (8-0-5) up 1-0, but Revere would tie it not long after. Ben Britton and Bobby Caproni played well on defense, while Joao Correia was solid in the midfield.


Beverly 15, Lynn Classical: Senior Nicole Demars broke a six-year old Beverly High record by finishing in 18:40 and the Panthers (7-0) wrapped up the NEC Large title. Abby Walsh, Julianna Wesley, Maeve Monahan and Melissa Lubas also ran strong raced for unbeaten Beverly.

Marblehead 16, Swampscott 47: The Magicians remain undefeated at 5-0 behind a first place finish from Janaya Randall (17:02). Sarah Oliver (17:18) was second and Lilly Roberts (17:42) was third overall.

Isabella Kornitsky was the top finisher for Swampscott (2-4) in fifth place in 18:09.

Peabody 15, Revere 48: Lauren Barrett, Toni Pagliuca, Samantha Allen and Sydney May all crossed the line in 19:18 to help the Tanners finish up dual meet season 6-1. Julia Merchant also had a strong race, finishing in 19:30.

Bishop Fenwick sweeps: The Crusaders (7-1) topped Archbishop Williams (18-43) and Marian (15-50) in the final dual meet of the season. Arianna Maida was first overall at 20:03, Sydney Packard came in at 20:09, good for second, while Mary Pasquale (22:33) was fourth.

Danvers 24, Gloucester 32: Catalina Dominic remains undefeated on the season, winning the meet in a time of 17:13 for the Falcons (4-2). Senior captain Jessica Driscoll ran her best of the year, finishing third with a time of 20:09, while Payton Johnson (20:27) was not far behind in fourth.

St. Mary’s sweeps: The Spartans move to 5-3 on the season after defeating Austin Prep (26-30) and Lowell Catholic (20-42). Sarah Ryan was fourth overall at 23:19. Melissa LaFave (23:38) came in fifth and Sarah Corbett (24:14) finished fifth.


Marblehead 20, Swampscott 41: The Big Blue’s Matt Mahoney won the race in 13:22, but Marblehead took the next five spots for win the NEC South title with a perfect 6-0 record. A.J. Ernst (14:39), Chris Rodts (14:52), Adam Linsky (15:00), Jared Kokinos (15:02) and Conrad Rousseau (15:06) were the top guns for the Magicians.

Mahoney’s time of 13:22 set a new Swampscott course record, breaking the mark shared by Peter Hale and Nick Christensen. Bennett Smith (15:10) and Robert McLaughlin (15:32) also ran well for the Big Blue (5-1)

Beverly 15 Classical 50: Brian McPherson’s time of 17:18 broke the Beverly High freshman record and the Panthers wrapped up the dual meet season at 5-2. Junior Campbell Wood was second in 17:19 followed by Mike Scott (18:15), Zach Bauer (18:31) and Anthony Morrissey (18:43).

St. John’s Prep 15, Malden Catholic 50: Sophomore Luke Bugler won the 5K race in 17:52 followed by Liam Dow (17:52), Colin Monahan (17:53), John Brennan (18:10) and Josh Raposa (18:16). The Eagles finished unbeaten in dual meets and won the Catholic Conference title for the second straight season.

Peabody 17, Revere 46: The Tanners (7-0) finished undefeated in the NEC for the eighth straight season as Alex Greco, Ben Braz and Drew Fossa finished together in 16:47. Jason Karakoulos was fifth for Peabody.

Bishop Fenwick takes two: Fenwick topped Archbishop Williams (26-30) and Marian (25-36) to improve to 5-3 on the season. Eric Loehle was the top runner for the Crusaders, coming in at 18:54 for third place. Matt Loehle (19:03) was fifth and Nick Tambini (19:46) finished in eighth.

Gloucester 24, Danvers 33: James Bailey was Danvers’ top runner, finishing second overall at 16:21, Kevin Hebert (16:44) finished fourth and Zach Powers (17:17) was sixth overall for the Falcons (2-4).

St. Mary’s stays unbeaten: The Spartans topped Lowell Catholic (16-43) and Austin Prep (16-45) to preserve their undefeated record at 8-0. Thomas Mackin, Cody Murtough, Mike Cerulli and Matt McManus place 1st-4th all coming in at 18:20.


Crusaders split: Curtis Craffey scored 30 points as Bishop Fenwick defeated Lynn Classical 159-136 but fell to Arlington Catholic 228-178 in a tri-match. Matt Garafalo had 29 points for the Crusaders and Will Vigneron added 28.

Ipswich wins Old Cape Ann Classic: The Tigers score of 145 edged Manchester Essex’s 145 and Rockport’s 113 as the Tigers (8-6) won the traditional CAL event for the first time in six years. Austin Rubino led the charge with 30 points while Jacob Reedy had 25, Kyle Mulkerin and John O’Brien each had 24 and Quinn O’Connor chipped in 23. The Tigers also qualified for the state tournament for the first time since 2004 with the wins.

Marblehead 243, Catholic Memorial 258: Owen Picariello and Charlie Thompson each shot a 39, while Pitch Riley shot a 38 as the Magicians improve to 12-5 overall.

St. John’s Prep 230, St. John’s Shrewsbury 231: The Eagles’ (13-2) No. 1 player Steven DiLisio shot four under par (32) and was spectacular for his team. James Turner shot a 38, Jeff O’Connor shot a 39, but the match was clinched by Max Burt (40) and gave the Prep the two strokes needed to take the lead and the win.


Peabody 3, Swampscott 1: Senior Carolyn Scacchi had 11 kills, five blocks and three aces to help the undefeated Tanners (15-0) prevail 25-23, 13-25, 25-9, 25-13. Courtney Bua totaled five kills and five aces while Sara Hosman had nine assists and a pair of aces and kills and Ali Gottsegan handed out 14 assists.

The Big Blue (7-7) were led by Taylor Irwin (12 blocks), Gina Asipenko (seven kills, six aces), Melissa Stephens (five kills, seven blocks) and Lousy Cim (five kills).

Bishop Fenwick 3, Austin Prep 0: The Crusaders (12-1) rolled 25-12, 25-15, 25-12 as Madison Camella had five kills and three blocks, Julia Ywuc handed out eight assists and Olivia Petras came up with four digs.

Lynn English 3, Marblehead 2: Maeve Daly racked up 14 kills but the Bulldogs wound up topping the Magicians in the tiebreaking fifth match. Alexa Weislein and Samantha Payne each added eight kills and Isabel Marcey dished out 22 assists.

Salem 3, Winthrop 2: Middle hitter Julie Florence had six kills and one of her best games of the season to help Salem (10-6) earn a 21-25, 25-20,20-25, 25-17, 15-8 win. Meaghan Zipper had six kills, seven service points and two aces for the Witches and Hannah Mularkey had 15 digs with six aces and 16 service points.

Beverly 3, Lynn Classical 0: The Panthers won 26-24, 25-14, 25-21 led by Kristen Abbondanza, who had eighteen service points. Alex Kelliher added ten points, four kills and ten digs, Katherine Brown also had ten digs and Bridget Keaton and Hayley Finik had strong passing games.

North Shore Tech 3, Lynn Tech 0: The Hawks (4-10) swept in straight sets 25-10, 25-22, 25-18. Isabel Camancho had seven aces, while Jassiel Abreau was 14-for-14 hitting and recorded eight kills.

Masconomet 3, Acton-Boxboro 0: The Chieftains (8-5) might have played in highest scoring game of the season, sweeping in consecutive sets 40-38, 25-18, 25-13. Senior hitter Kate Barry had 15 service points, three aces, four assists, 14 digs and two kills, while senior Haley Greenslade added 15 service points, three assists, 18 digs and eight kills. Senior middle hitter Maddie Kelly recorded three digs, four kills and four blocks.


Endicott 3, Eastern Nazarene 0: Ashley Mueskes had two assists while Madison Missinne, Jessica Joseph and Laura Wysocki scored the goals for the Gulls (9-5-1). Katie Donnelly stopped all eight shots for Endicott to earn the clean sheet.


Gordon 3, Salem State 0: Kellin Kasinguran, Caleb Cole and Colten Corey helped the Scots (13-1) get a win over the North Shore Cup rivals from Salem State (1-11).


Westfield State 3, Salem State 1: Jazmine Santos had 11 kills and 11 digs and Mackenzie Carpenter added 30 assists, but it wasn’t enough for SSU, which fell 25-12, 21-25, 25-21, 25-16.

UNE 3, Gordon 0: The Fighting Scots (9-12) fell 25-14, 25-13, 25-9. Jenna Labbidia had six kills to lead Gordon offensively and Lauren Kranyak collected 14 assists.