The Bishop Fenwick swim team remains unbeaten after taking down Archbishop Williams, 90-78, in the pool at Randolph High School on Monday night. The Crusaders were led by three double-winners, but it was Sophia Lumino who arguably had the best overall night.
Lumino took first place in both the 50-yard freestyle (26.00 seconds) and the 500 freestyle (5:48.63), and her times were good enough to qualify her for the sectional and state tournaments in the 50 freestyle and the sectional tournament in the 500 freestyle.
Other double-winners for Fenwick were Catherine Christuk in the 100 backstroke (1:02.06) and the 200 freestyle (2:03.91) and Rowan Emerson in the 100 breaststroke (1:14.03) and the 200 individual medley (2:23.44).
Sabrina Botthof won the 100 butterfly (1:12.60) and the relay team of Botthof, Christuk, Emerson and Emily DelBene won the 200 freestyle relay (1:52.69).
The Crusaders (3-0) will be back in action on Friday night when they host Gloucester in the pool at St. John’s Prep.
Everett 96, Peabody 52
The Tanners evened their record at .500 following a lopsided loss to Everett on Monday. Tyler Callahan had 10 points and five rebounds in the loss for Peabody, while Chris Canela had 10 points and three assists.
Peabody (3-3) is right back at it with a home game against Saugus tonight.
Malden 61, Swampscott 41
The Big Blue got nine points from freshman Andrew Agustin in the loss on Monday. Swampscott (2-4) will host Gloucester tonight.
Somerville 66, Lynn English 14
Somerville swept the field on Monday afternoon, with Phillips Magre grabbing wins in both the high jump (six feet, two inches) and the 1000-meter (2:46.4). Other winners for the Highlanders were Quency Bocage in the shot put (41-8 1/2), Jackson Anderson in the 55 hurdles (8.4), Elijah Jeffreys in the 55 dash (6.7), Dustin Nguyen in the 300 (42.1), Marcus Thomas in the 600 (1:36.1), Ronan Fitzgerald in the one-mile (5:10.8) and Othiniel Cotta-Nascimento in the two-mile (12:33.9). With the win, Somerville remains unbeaten at 4-0.
For English, Juan Avelino finished tied for first in the 55 hurdles (8.4) and second in the high jump (5-10). Jalal Abrar posted a second-place finish in the 1000 with a time of 2:48.1. The Bulldogs are now 2-3 on the season.
Marblehead 46, Danvers 35
The Magicians just barely outlasted Danvers on Monday, winning five events to the Falcons’ four to capture their third win of the year. Richard DeCarvalho grabbed a win in the high jump (6-0) and Ryan Dumais won the shot put (46-1) to sweep the field events for Marblehead. The Magicians also got wins from Thomas Huber in the 55 hurdles (8-2), Joe Doherty in the 55 dash (6.6) and Joe Cronin in the 300 (39.2). Marblehead is now 3-1.
The Falcons held the advantage in the longer distance events, getting wins from Kevin Jordan in the 600 (1:40.2), Jeremy Hilton in the 1000 (2:57.1), Andrew Moriarty in the one-mile (4:51.4) and Liam Breen in the two-mile (10:46.7). The loss drops Danvers to 3-2 on the season.
Peabody 70, Revere 16
Peabody captured all but one event on the night to coast to a big win on Monday at home. Winners for the Tanners were Isaiah Knight in the high jump (5-11), Dariel Canela in the shot put (46-2 1/2), Kemani Jackson in the 45-yard hurdles (6.3), Amisaday Quijano in the 45 dash (5.1), Jared Ridley in the 300 (41.4), Spencer Summit in the 600 (1:39.1), Claudio Rocha in the one-mile (5:17.0) and Pablo Rodriguez in the two-mile (12:21.8). Peabody is now 4-0 on the year.
The lone win for Revere came from Abu Aldarazy in the 1000 (2:59.2). The Patriots drop to 1-4 with the loss.
Malden 53, Everett 32
The Golden Tornadoes won six events to edge out Everett in a win at Peabody High on Monday. Malden got wins from Ezra Kruckenberg in the high jump (5-6), Matthew Chin in the 45-yard hurdles (6.8), Eric Toh in the 300 (40.0), Arthur Kossoski in the 600 (1:39.2), Juan Buenrostro in the one-mile (5:34.4) and Omar Asousy in the two-mile (12:45.6). The win keeps Malden unbeaten at 5-0.
Everett winners were Mario Sheard in the shot put (40-10 1/2), Harchdy Souffrance in the 45-yard dash (5.1) and Aiman Salih in the 1000 (3:13.5). The Crimson Tide fall to 1-4 on the year.
Somerville 67, Lynn English 16
Three event wins were not enough to lift English over a strong Somerville team as the Bulldogs continue to search for their first team win of the season. English got first-place finishes from Kahlee Smith-Whelton in the shot put (31-2), Jackie Ramirez in the one-mile (6:30.0) and Erin Galloway in the two-mile (15:40.2). The Bulldogs are now 0-4 this year.
Somerville, still unbeaten this year, had one double-winner in Aislinn Cannistraro, who took the high jump (4-10) and the 55 hurdles (10.6). Other Somerville winners were Youdine Felix in the 55 dash (7.3), Kemissa Osit in the 300 (47.6), Laura Clervil in the 600 (1:56.7) and Carlea Dolcine in the 1000 (4:58.2). The Highlanders are now 4-0 this season.
Marblehead 55, Danvers 31
Marblehead won all but three events on Monday to capture its third win of the year. Hannah Flores was a double-winner for the Magicians, winning both the shot put (30-10 1/2) and the 55 hurdles (9.7). Marblehead also got wins from Katie Knight in the 55 dash (8.0), Bella Corsini in the 600 (1:51.6), Ana Hecht in the 1000 (3:25.5) and Caroline Johnson in the two-mile (13:18.7). The Magicians are now 3-1.
Danvers got wins from Olivia Foglietta in the high jump (4-4), Gabrielle Loughlin in the 300 (46.6) and Becky Henion in the one-mile (5:55.6). The Falcons are 1-3 this season.
Peabody 65, Revere 20
The Tanners just missed a clean sweep on Monday, winning all but one event against the Patriots. Peabody winners were Alexa Flewelling in the high jump (4-8), Madison Nerich in the shot put (29-1), Fadima Kaba in the 45-yard hurdles (7.6), Jolene Murphy in the 45-yard dash (5.9), Kateri Campbell in the 300 (48.9), Chiara Campbell in the 1000 (3:53.4), Alexandra Barrett in the one-mile (6:23.5) and Shannon O’Connell in the two-mile (14:48.3). Peabody improves to 3-1 with the win.
The lone winner from Revere was Hannah Fitzpatrick in the 600 with a time of 1:46.9. The loss drops Revere to 0-5 on the year.
Malden 76, Everett 9
Malden won every event on Monday night at Peabody High to give the Golden Tornadoes their fourth win. Rachel Eaglin was a double-winner for Malden, taking first in both the high jump (4-6) and the 45-yard hurdles (7.2). Other winners for the Golden Tornadoes were Shataeya Smith in the shot put (30-4 1/2), Shaqora Wallace in the 45-yard dash (5.9), Jenna Swanson in the 300 (48.5), Amanda Santorelli in the 600 (2:03.9), Nour Chouiki in the 1000 (4:05.3), Kylie Dimaro in the one-mile (6:35.1) and Jasmine Gray in the two-mile (14:55.5).