Boys soccer: Revere knocks off Swampscott

The Revere boys soccer team had already knocked off one of the big boys in the Northeastern Conference this season when it bested Danvers. On Monday, the Patriots did it again with a 4-2 win at Swampscott.”Swampscott is a great team and they have some good forwards,” Revere coach Cesar Salazar said. “My boys stepped up and played a great game.”Swampscott led 1-0 early before Revere charged back with three unanswered goals. Brahim Rhazi tied the game, assisted by Jensy Biosio. Biosio scored on a penalty kick to make it 2-1 before Max Ochoa scored just before halftime.The Big Blue cut the lead to 3-2 early in teh second half before Biosio scored his second of the game, assisted by Luis DaCunha, to put the game away.”It was a really tight game,” Salazar said.Classical 2, Gloucester 2At Newell Stadium in Gloucester, the Rams (5-2-2) led most of the way before the hosts scored with 20 minutes remaining to grab a point. MIguel Castro scored both Classical goals, with Carlos CiFuentes and Rafael Rosa picking up single assists. Jeremy Dorson was outstanding in goal.Peabody 5, Saugus 1At Saugus, Dominic Mondi scored a hat trick, and also set up a fourth goal, as the Tanners moved to 7-0-1 in anticipation of Friday’s home showdown against Swampscott.Jared Shields and Kyle McGlone scored the other goals for Peabody.The Tanners took a 2-0 halftime lead on two of Mondi’s goals, and poured it on in the second half, making it 5-0 before Saugus finally scored.The Sachems (1-6) goal came from Albert Ung, assisted by K.J. Mills, late in the second half.Salem 2, Danvers 0At Dr. Deering Stadium in Danvers, the Witches (5-2-1) got a pair of goals from Max Mondestein and a shutout in goal by Dan McCarthy to best the hosts.Jeff Iwanicki and Edwin DeMoya added assists on the Mondestein goals.The Fenwick-Austin Prep, English-Winthrop and St. Mary’s-Spellman. All games will be played today.

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