School Roundup: Classical golf thumps English

Sean Devin and the Rams earned a big win over rival English. (Item Photo by Katie Morrison)

The Lynn Classical golf team logged a big win over rival English, 39-15, Thursday at Gannon Golf Course, improving to 6-2 on the year.

Travis Ryan, Brett Bucklin, Tim Nerich, Sean Devin, Brendan Lannon and AJ Laurino all had wins for the Rams.

Classical will take on Malden at Mount Hood Golf Club on Tuesday.

Beverly 58 1/2, Peabody 13 1/2

The Tanners fell to 0-6 after the loss at Salem Country Club. Avery Swanson played well in the loss. Peabody will play Danvers on Tuesday.

Salem 61, Everett 11

It was a clean sweep for the Witches on Thursday afternoon, with Nick Angeramo leading the way with a 7-2 win. Tom Harrington won his match 8-1, while Ethan Doyle won 5 1/2-3 1/2 and Ryan Farley won 8 1/2-1/2. Troy Ziffer won his match 6-3, Tim Farley won 8-1 and Clayton Duffin and Tim Desmond both won their respective matches 9-0.

Salem (9-1) will play Winthrop on Monday.

Marblehead 39 1/2, Swampscott 32 1/2

Although Swampscott won five of the eight matches on Thursday at Tedesco Country Club, the Magicians prevailed in total points to take the win. Finn Keaney, Will Cleary and Sam Thompson all earned wins for Marblehead.

Despite the loss, the Big Blue earned four match wins. Jake Goldman won his match 5 1/2-3 1/2, while Ryan Graciale won his match 7 1/2-1 1/2. Max Pegnato and Jack Poska both won their respective matches 5-4.

Swampscott is now 4-3 on the year.


Swampscott 3, Marblehead 1

The Big Blue (4-1-2) handed the Magicians their first loss of the season, getting goals from Natalie Domeniconi, Hannah Amato and Sydney Cresta in the win. Prior to Thursday’s game, Marblehead had only allowed one goal on the season.

Swampscott will take on Beverly on Monday.

For Marblehead (5-1), the lone goal was scored by Cricket Tompkins. The Magicians will play Everett on Monday.


Lynnfield 2, Georgetown 0

Max Sieger and Nathan Bass each scored one goal in the win for the Pioneers. Goalkeeper Jack Campbell had four saves in the shutout.

Lynnfield (5-2-1) will play Masconomet on Monday.


Lynnfield 3, Georgetown 0

Behind two goals from Liz Shaievitz, the Pioneers earned a shutout win on Thursday. Anna Ferrante had one goal and one assist, while Kate Mitchell had one assist.

Lynnfield (4-2) will play Essex Tech on Saturday.

Swampscott 5, Austin Prep 3

Haley Bernhardt scored four goals to pace the Big Blue offense in the win. Mackenzie Kearney had one goal and one assist, while Kendra Fitzgerald and Kayla Kornitsky had one assist each. Grace DiGrande and Maddi Foutes also played well in the win.

Swampscott (6-1) will host Marblehead on Monday.


Classical 3, Swampscott 1

After dropping the opening set on Thursday afternoon, the Classical volleyball team battled back to win the next three sets and walk away with a hard-fought 3-1 win over Swampscott Thursday,  with set scores of 21-25, 25-23, 25-21, 25-17.

Jenna Tobin had 10 service points with two aces and nine digs, while Yaritza Zorrilla had nine service points and 12 digs and Emily Silva had nine service points. Shanelle Barry had six kills, Skyler Crayton had five kills and one block and Marymil Gonzalez had four kills and two blocks. Maggie McHale had three kills and three assists and Pamela Diaz had 11 digs.

Classical (7-3) will take on Everett on Wednesday.

Winthrop 3, Lynn English 1

The Bulldogs fell with set scores of 10-25, 26-24, 15-25 and 18-25. Amy Long, Ashley Dalbeck and Julie Muy all played well in the loss. English is now 1-8 on the year.

Peabody 3, Everett 0

Behind 24 service points and six aces from Rachel Coleman, the Tanners swept their match with set scores of 25-16, 25-9 and 25-13. Alycia Gillen had 12 digs to lead the defensive effort, while Serena Laro had nine kills to lead the offense.

Peabody (7-2) will play a road game against Danvers on Monday.

Beverly 3, Saugus 0

Beverly swept its match with set scores of 25-9, 25-10 and 25-17. Maddy Cassidy had seven aces to lead the way, while Sydney Wiley had five aces. Ella Spiedel had five kills in her varsity debut.


Marblehead 30, Beverly 0

With the win, the Magicians improve to 4-0 on the season while Beverly drops to 1-3. Devin Romain, Andy Clough and Eric Faia each scored on touchdown runs for the Magicians. Clough also added a touchdown pass to Justin McGrath in the fourth quarter, sealing the victory. The Magicians carry their red-hot offense to Malden next Friday night. The Panthers hope to bounce back next Saturday afternoon when they host Somerville.

Arlington Catholic 28, Bishop Fenwick 14

The Crusaders battled, but fell to 1-3 on the season with the loss. Fenwick aims for a bounce back win next Friday night when the Crusaders host Archbishop Williams.

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