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School Sports Roundup: English boys soccer blanks Winthrop

Chris Lazo (10) score two goals and added one assist in the Bulldogs win at Winthrop. (Olivia Falcigno)

The Lynn English boys soccer team put together a stellar performance on the road Thursday afternoon, earning a 6-0 shutout win over Northeastern Conference opponent Winthrop at Miller Field.

Ryan Lima and Chris Lazo led the charge with two goals and one assist each. Bruno Cabral scored one goal and dished one assist. Rodolphe Joseph scored one goal. 

Bulldogs goalie Jack Mancaniello made three saves for the shutout. 

Andrik Barrios, Luis Aleman, Alberto Ampudia played well in the midfield. 

English, now 5-0-1 on the season, has the weekend to rest up before hosting NEC opponent Danvers Monday (5:15). 

BOYS SOCCER

Swampscott 2, Danvers 2

Fernando Barranco scored both goals for Swampscott, while Oscar Hale had seven saves.

Classical 1, Saugus 0

Jenner Robles scored the lone goal.

GIRLS SOCCER

Peabody 2, Marblehead 0

Ava D’Ambrosio and Bridget O’Connell each scored one goal in the win, while Emily McDonough had two assists in a great performance. Katherine Scacchi had a great game at fullback, while goalkeeper Shelby Doucette had seven saves.

Peabody (2-4) takes on Marblehead again Monday (4).

Danvers 7, Swampscott 3

KK Kearney scored two goals in the loss for Swampscott, while Emerson Laundry scored one goal.

Swampscott (4-2) takes on Saugus Monday (4).

FIELD HOCKEY

Marblehead 3, Tewksbury 0

Mae Colwell had a big game once again for Marblehead, notching two goals in the victory. Bryn Burton scored one goal. 

Also playing well for Marblehead were Robin Arts, Jane O’Neil, Callie O’Neill, Maddy Dimare, Emma Ferrante, Julie Arts, Sammi Bendickson, Leah Veprek and Grace Orloff.

VOLLEYBALL 

Danvers 3, English 0

Set scores were 25-19, 25-20 and 25-18. 

Despite the loss, English coach Mike Haddad said there were plenty of positive takeaways. 

“In my five years as coach, this is the most competitive we have ever been playing against Danvers,” Haddad said. “This is a loss that we can walk away with our heads held high.” 

Mandy Healy logged five aces and 43 clean passes. Other top performers were Merily Folestal (19 attacks, five kills, four aces) and Angel Batista (18 clean passes, nine digs). 

English (2-3) travels to Marblehead Tuesday (5:30). 

GOLF 

Classical 46 1/2, Peabody 25 1/2

Top Classical performers were Luke Rao, Tim Nerich, Daniel Finnigan, Matt Devin and Matt Patrie. Classical (6-3) visits Swampscott Monday (4). 

Marblehead 52, English 20

Gavin Lundgren had another big day for the Magicians, earning medalist honors with a score of 38 and winning his match 8-1. Also winning for Marblehead were Ben Weed, Matt Weed, Matt Thompson, Jacob Nagel, Dylan Callaghan, Jack Sontz and Bjorn Pluss.

The Magicians (3-3) take on Salem Monday (4) at Olde Salem Greens.

Danvers 46 1/2, Salem 25 1/2

Salem got wins from Ethan Doyle (6-3) and Joe Parr (7-2) in the loss. The Witches (2-4) host Marblehead Monday (4) at Olde Salem Greens.

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