Danvers 5, Peabody 0: Madison Savage, Abby Lyman and Amanda Tinkham sweep up singles points for the Falcons with Jenny Patel / Sophie Sanidas and Lucy Dumont / Ali Griffin doing the same doubles action.
Swampscott 5, Saugus 0: The Big Blue (1-2) picked up their first win by Veronika Isaguylan (6-2, 6-1), Clara Power (6-0, 6-1) and Anna Ratner (6-3, 6-2) ) in singles play. Doubles teams Meggi Jensen and Anastasia Shub (6-1, 6-1) and Madison Diehl and Franc Southan (6-1, 6-2) also swept.
Marblehead 4, Beverly 1: Maddie Conlin (3-6, 6-2, 10-7) pulled it out and Charlie Cooper (6-2, 6-4) with the Magicians also won the doubles teams of Courtney Yoder / Ella Kramer (6-1, 6-1). 6-1) and Aoife Breshanan / Andrea Potvin (6-2, 6-0). Beverly’s Elsie Carney took first singles, 6-2, 6-4.
St. John’s Prep 3, St. John’s Shrewsbury 2: Freshman Luke Free and sophomore Mark McDuffee won the last point of the day, 6-4, 6-2, to lift the Eagles (3-0) over their rivals. Senior Charles Kirby also won singles play (6-3, 6-0) and the first doubles team of junior Ben Liptak and Jack Prokopis prevailed (6-3, 6-0).
Marblehead 5, Beverly 0: The Magicians swept behind Wins by Mika Garber (6-0, 6-2), Guillermo Jimenez-Herreria (6-1, 6-2), Matthew Sherf (7-5, 6-0) and Jack Donovan of the Teams / Dwight Foster (6-1, 6-4) and Ethan Farfel / Jayden Janock (6-1, 6-2).
Hamilton-Wenham 5, Ipswich 0: The Generals swept their arch rivals.
St. John’s Prep 6, St. John’s Shrewsbury 1: Joe Williams threw five innings and Fanned five and Connor Remley threw two more spotless innings to help the Eagles move to 3-1. Doubles by Dylan Wodarski and Victor Harrington sparked the offense while Aidan Driscoll, Cam LaGrassa (2-for-4) and Tucker Larson delivered RBI.
Salem Academy 16, Excel 5: Jacob Redican tossed four scoreless innings and struck out seven batters to help the Navs even out their record at 2-2. Waldy Sanchez and Jacoby Casinelli led the Tarasuik with a balanced offensive attack with three hits each.
Austin Prep 11, Bishop Fenwick 1: Nick Villano hit two doubles and drove in Fenwick for the lone run (0-4). Captain Chris Faraca had two singles and scored while Costa Beechin and Andrew McKenzie hit and Mike Faragi reached twice. Anthony Hebert fanned four innings of work.
Saugus 12, Ipswich 2: The Tigers fell in. An NEC foe against their opener.
Austin Prep 8, Bishop Fenwick 0: Gigi Aupont struck out 13 more batters, but the Cougars made the most of their six hits as the Crusaders dipped to 1-2. Arianna Costello had two hits with Fenwick for the dish at a nice day.
Swampscott 20, Hamilton-Wenham 6: Miranda Moscoso’s five hits and five RBIs led the Big Blue (2-0), who got the lineup in at least one hit. Tiara Teel added three hits with three hits and Jocelyn Spickard earned her first win of the circle.
Danvers 16, Gloucester 6: The Falcons rolled behind a 3-for-3, four RBI performance from Lauren Ahearn at the plate. Kristina Yebba went 2-for-2 with two RBI and Emily Goddard had two doubles and three RBI. Defensively, starting pitcher Makayla Cunningham struck out 3 of 6 1/3 innings of work.
Pingree 17, Brooks 4: Jack Savoie (goal, 4 assists) and Jack Feeks (2 goals, 3 assists) both had five points while Riley McClure (3 goals, assist) had four as Highlanders (now 4-3). Bodie Cannata and Mekhi Taylor each added three goals, Dylan Feeks (assist) added two, and Charlie Faldi, Colin McLoy and Quinn Donovan netting one each. Nick Moulison contributed an assist and Max Becker picked up nine saves with the win net.
Reading 14, Marblehead 9: Three goals from Cole Gallup and two strikes and two helpers from Connor Cronin weren’t enough for the Magicians (2-2) to hit a road setback in some miscues. Finn Maniaci had a dozen saves while Charlie Grenier (2 goals, assist), Josh Robertson (goal, 2 assists), Gio Garabotto (goal) and Carter Laramie (assist) also scored.
Saugus 12, Salem 2: Freshman Michael Curtin scored two more goals for the Witches (now 0-4) and Jayden Cannon and TJ McCarthy added assists. Goalie Maher Kokonezis turned 10 shots as well.
Gloucester 11, Swampscott 9: Jack Russo finished with three goals and two assists and teammate Liam Keaney also had three goals and one assist, but the Big Blue (1-2) ultimately dropped a shootout. Jason Codispoti (assist), Zack Pierce and Cole Hamernick also scored for Swampscott and Christian Urbano added an assist, with Joey Pilotte making six saves.
Austin Prep 6, Bishop Fenwick 4: The Crusaders went against a tight defensive battle (now 2-2) in this Catholic Central League battle. Tyler Mullen had a goal and two assists for Fenwick, with Manny Alvarez-Segee adding two goals and Jake Westin one. Anthony Sasso earned an assist, and Will Gibbs was again in the stellar net with 14 saves.
Salem 6, Saugus 5: The Witches (2-1) secured their second straight win and surpassed their win total in the last three seasons combined. Mei Li Hannig had three goals, Sierra Clawson had two goals and an assist and Breanna Stead had a goal and two assists in the win. Jestiny Torres played defensively, causing eight turnovers, while Arrene Kenney made 11 saves in net.
Swampscott 15, Gloucester 0: The Big Blue (2-0) rolled behind six goals and an assist from Broghan Laundry. Coco Clopton added a hat trick and an assist, Abby Eichler had two goals and an assist, Brooke Waters had two goals and an assist, Scarlett Ciciotti had a goal and Maisie Russo had a goal.
Marblehead 12, Winthrop 6: The Magicians (1-3) picked up five goals and two assists from Hadley Wales thanks to their first win of the season. Lucy Wales (2 goals, 2 assists) and Gigi Lombardi (2 goals, 1 assist) also played well, as did Sydney Langton (goal, assist), Molly Cronin (goal), Ramona Gillett (goal) and Caroline Scroope (assist). . Kate Santeusanio made 10 saves in net for the win.
Pingree 21, Lexington Christian Academy 0: Brooke Hintlian scored five goals and dished out an assist to the Highlanders (4-0) roll. Schuyler Lloyd added two goals and an assist while Cameron Traveis, Ashley Smail and Mia Shuman each scored twice.
Bishop Fenwick 17, Arlington Catholic 10: Offensive captain Karina Gyllenhaal scored five times and won 10 draws to power the Crusaders to another victory. Freshman Jenna Oliver added another goal while goalies Sedona Lawson (8 saves) and Courtney McKenzie (7 saves) both netted well.
North Reading 109, Ipswich 35: Colby Filosa had a standout day with Lily Harper, Decha Perron and Chloe Pszenny along with her team’s winning 4×400 relay on Ipswich, winning the 100, 400 and an anchor. Olivia Novello also won the 100 Tigers in the Tigers.
Triton 92, Hamilton-Wenham 23: The Generals were paced by Grace Roebuck in both 100 hurdles and high jumps in second place finishes. Charlotte Madden (mile), Annie Moynihan (long jump), Claire Payne (shot put) and Georgia Wilson (100) also scored HW for second place showings.
North Reading 93, Ipswich 52: James Robie was a triple winner for the Tigers, capturing the long jump, high jump and 110 hurdles. Other winners included Keith Townsend (400 hurdles), Colin Hansen (800), Chase Hansen of the 4×100 relay team, Cam Townsend, Elijah Bergner and Colin Hansen; and the 4×4 relay quartet of Colin Hansen, Townsend, Tyler Rafferty and Paul Wertz.
Triton 105, Hamilton-Wenham 39: Ian Castracane received a first-place finish in the pole vault, as did Cooper Blatz in the 800, to pace Hamilton-Wenham. The Generals ’400 meter relay team of Max Almeida, Eli Labelle, Clark Glidden and Blatz also crossed the finish line first.
Salem 3, Pioneer Charter 1: Junior captain Jake Fritz had eight kills and served up 12 aces to help the Witches (1-2) earn their first win, 25-22, 22-25, 25-19, 25-19. Setter Eli Ferreria paced the offense with 21 assists and had eight digs.
WOMEN’S COLLEGE LACROSSE
Salem State 16, Gordon 10: North Shore rivals a matchup in Vikings (4-6) powered by two assists with Taylor Sujko’s game-high six goals. Suzanne Stefanik added two goals with three assists and Megan Parthum and Madelynn Plourde had a pair each. Gordon (6-6) led by Abigail Mansfield’s four-goal effort.
MEN’S COLLEGE TENNIS
Salem State 6, Wentworth 3: Andrew Muttiah and Cody Cherico both play singles and doubles in pick-up wins to help the Salem State win home. Parker Andreoli and Giacomo Graziani also won doubles and Adam Stanneck won a singles match.