The Lynn Tech boys soccer team earned its second win of the season, blanking Essex Tech, 5-0, at Manning Field on Tuesday afternoon. Geo Ramirez led the offense with two goals scored for the Tigers. “Geo’s having a great season,” Tech coach Jeremy McKeen said. “He has taken the lead from our awesome defense. We have our midfield figured out. We’re living up to our potential so far.” Omer Alexis, Obdulio Monterosso and Jonathan Quispe each scored a goal for Tech. Eden Arreaga earned the shutout win in net, and got some help from his defense along the way. “Our defense was amazing, led by Teofilo Feliciano and Edson Alas,” McKeen said. Tech (2-1) will look to make it three wins in a row when the Tigers visit Chelsea on Thursday. “Chelsea’s our biggest opponent,” McKeen said. “We’re hoping for a strong match. We’re hoping our defense and midfield holds up, and hopefully our strikers can get in there and work some magic.”
Lynnfield 1, Triton 0
It was Jonathan Luders who broke the 0-0 stalemate with 15 minutes remaining to give the Pioneers their second win of the season.
Lynnfield (2-0) will travel to Rockport on Thursday.
St. John’s Prep 1, St. John’s Shrewsbury 1
Junior defender Jake Surrette scored his first varsity goal for the Eagles to force a tie on the road on Tuesday.
The Eagles (1-0-1) will take on Catholic Memorial on Saturday afternoon.
Lynnfield 4, Triton 1
Behind a hat trick from captain Liz Shaievitz, the Pioneers were able to notch their first win of the season on Tuesday afternoon. Abby Lucich added the other goal for Lynnfield, while Kate Mitchell had two assists. Grace Sperling and Hannah Filipe each had one assist in the win.
The Pioneers (1-1) will take on Rockport on Thursday.
St. Mary’s 198, Winthrop 85
Aedon Leydon was the top scorer for the Spartans on Tuesday at Gannon Golf Course, notching 33 points. Christian Emmerich and Chris Fioravanti each had 30 points, while Kevin McMullin and Benny Emmerich each had 28 points. Luke Smith had 26 points and Nick Cicolini rounded out the scorers with 23 points.
St Mary’s (3-0) has a quick turnaround with a match against Cardinal Spellman this afternoon.
Saugus 37 1/2, Lynn Classical 34 1/2
Despite the loss at Cedar Glen, the Rams got wins from Brendan Lannon (5-4), Tim Nerich (7-2), AJ Laurino (6-3) and Shawn Finnegan (4 1/2-4 1/2).
Classical (2-1) will take on Malden at Gannon on Thursday.
Swampscott 41, Salem 31
Swampscott got wins from Jake Goldman (6-3), Steve Santanello (6-3), Jack Poska (7-2) and Aidan Graciale (6-3).
The Big Blue (2-0) will travel to Tedesco Country Club to take on Revere on Thursday.
The two winners for Salem were No. 2 golfer Tommy Harrington (5 1/2-3 1/2) and No. 3 golfer Ethan Doyle (5 1/2-3 1/2).
The Witches (2-1) will take on Winthrop at home on Thursday.
Revere 36 1/2, Malden 35 1/2
Malden (1-2) got wins from Reid Kankel (6-3), Simon Daponta (5-4) and Mike Giordano (7-2).
Marblehead 3, Medford 1
The Magicians played a very solid defensive game as a team, combining for 44 total digs on the day. Anna Arbo led the way with seven kills, while Lizzie Myers had six kills. Isabel Castineyra and Isabel Curtin combined for 20 assists in the win.
Salem 3, Lynn English 0
The Bulldogs fell in set scores of 17-25, 14-25 and 17-25. Amy Lon led the way with six aces, while Britney Somaiy had three aces, five attacks and two kills.
English (0-3) will take on Danvers on Friday.
Danvers 3, Lynn Classical 1
The Rams were led by Yaritza Zorrilla’s 14 service points, while Pamela Diaz added eight service points and eight digs. Skyler Crayton, Amber Crayton and Marymil Gonzalez had three kills each and Shanelle Barry had two kills, two blocks and 10 digs. Alytah Noun and Emily Silva had nine digs each.
Classical (0-3) will take on Saugus at home on Thursday.
Marblehead 11, Malden 0
Caroline Driscoll and Annie Ronan each logged hat tricks en route to the win. Lizzie Potvin scored two goals while Hadley Carlton, Amanda Schillinger and Sarah Solomon each scored a goal. “I thought we played strong as a whole,” Magicians coach Linda Rice said. “Everyone contributed to the win.” The Magicians (2-0) are back in action on Thursday afternoon at Saugus.
Beverly 1, Bishop Fenwick 0
Kat Clancy played well in the midfield and Maddie Williams played well on defense for the Crusaders.
Fenwick (0-3) will play Gloucester on Thursday.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Amesbury 19, Lynnfield 44
Despite Ryan Iapicca taking second place overall with a time of 16:48, the Pioneers couldn’t get enough points for a win on Tuesday. Colin LaMusta finished eighth overall (17:57), Stephen Dwyer finished ninth (18:05) and Joe Fabrizio finished 10th (18:06).
Lynnfield will run against Pentucket on Friday.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Lynnfield 21, Amesbury 36
With three finishers in the top five overall, Lynnfield was able to earn its first win of the young season on Tuesday. Brie Passatempo was the top finisher in the race, finishing with a time of 19:50. Eliza Brooks finished third overall with a time of 21:45, Elizabeth St. Andre finished fourth with a time of 21:51 and Annie Olsen finished sixth overall with a time of 22:01.
The Pioneers (1-1) have a meet against Pentucket on Friday.