Roundup: Crotty hits girls lacrosse milestone for Peabody

Peabody sophomore Colleen Crotty hit the first big milestone in her young lacrosse career over the weekend, scoring her 100th career point as the Tanners girls lacrosse team took down Gloucester 15-3 on Saturday afternoon.

Crotty led the Tanners offensive attack with five goals and two assists, while fellow sophomore Olivia Kiricoples had four goals and two assists. Freshman Haliee Lomasney had two goals and one assist, junior Alyssa Saraceni and freshman Hailie Baker each had one goal and one assist, and sophomore Abigail Ryder and freshman Amber Kiricoples each had one goal.

Defensively, junior Catherine Manning and the freshman trio of Aja Alimonte, Bridget O’Connell and Jordyn Collins all played well for the Tanners. Sophomore Sydney Nagle and freshman Olivia Lavalle split time in net.

Peabody is now 8-1 on the season.


St. John’s (S) 13, St. John’s (D) 8

Jack Rickards led the Eagles with three goals and two assists in the loss, while Michael Ott added three goals. Luke Hendricks had two goals, Jake Surette had three assists and Bryan Penny had two assists. Goalie Alex Kreher had 12 saves.

The Prep hosts BC High this evening at Glatz Field.

Manchester-Essex 8, Bishop Fenwick 4

The Crusaders took a 3-2 lead into halftime, but a run of four straight goals by Manchester-Essex to open the second half led to a loss for the Crusaders on Saturday.

Brian Harrington scored all four goals for Fenwick, while Robbie Favuzza had one assist.

Minnechaug 10, Peabody 6

Despite a three-goal rally late in the fourth quarter, the Tanners couldn’t come up with the win at home against their opponent from Western Mass.

Peabody (5-8) plays Swampscott on the road at Blocksidge Field this afternoon.

Wayland 12, Marblehead 9

Marblehead’s impressive eight-game winning streak was snapped on Saturday afternoon against a strong out-of-conference opponent. The Magicians had an 8-7 lead going into halftime on Saturday, but they only managed one goal in the second half.

Marblehead (8-2) plays on the road at Beverly on Tuesday.


Tech 19, Cristo/Notre Dame 1
Tech 8, Cristo/Notre Dame 5
The Tigers grabbed in two wins in a double-header Saturday at Fraser Field. Serey Eang pitched his first game of the season in the first Tech win and earned the victory on the mound. Eang also helped his own cause with an inside the park home run. Edward Cuevas played stout defense at first base.
In the second game, Nathan Whitcomb and Jordanny Diaz pitched for the first time this spring. Byron Diaz led the offense with a triple and a double.
Tech is now 7-1 and the Tigers have a busy week coming up with four games scheduled. The Tigers visit Northeast Monday night.
“We have 10 games left this season so we have to play well for those next 10 games and we should be alright,” Tech coach Rich Germano said.

Marblehead 8, Salem 6

The Magicians had to hold on for dear life after a late Salem rally in the bottom of the seventh, but reliever Ryan Masters (2 1/3 innings, three runs, three hits, seven strikeouts) got the job done.

Alex Rosen got the win on the mound, pitching the first 4 2/3 innings and giving up three runs on five hits with one strikeout. Erick Gonzalez led the offensive attack for Marblehead, going 2-for-3 with three RBI. Jacob Bornstein went 3-for-4 with two RBI, while Ryan Harris (1-for-4), Ben Brennan (1-for-4) and Stephen Pappas (2-for-4) each had one RBI.

For Salem, Tommy Beauregard went 4-for-4 with three RBI, while Ruben Baez (1-for-3) and Bobby Jellison (1-for-4) each had one RBI.

Masconomet 10, Swampscott 0

Not much went well for the Big Blue in a loss on Saturday afternoon, but Colin Reiling had a solid outing in relief on the mound, striking out five batters in 2 1/3 innings of work.


Swampscott 3, Medford 2

The Big Blue earned two singles wins and one doubles win to grab a victory on Saturday. Will Talebian got a win in second singles (6-1, 6-2), Justin Ratner took third singles (6-3, 6-3) and the team of Steve Santanello and Dan Johnson won first doubles (6-3, 6-2).


Fenwick 5, St. Mary’s 0

Friday, The Crusaders defeated the Spartans in two games by the same scored. In singles, Kerry Kircher, Brenna Waldinger and Maria O’Donnell each won 8-0.

Abby Graumann-Anna Young won at first doubles, 8-0; while Kristina Rusha-Julianna Camozzi won a


NEC Freshman/Sophomore Meet

The Peabody Tanners took first place in Saturday’s meet with a total of 99 points, while Beverly finished second (93 points) and Revere placed third (76 points).

Winners on the day were Beverly’s Andrew Morin in the high jump (5-6), Lynn Classical’s Eusebio Quintana in the long jump (18-10), Saugus’ Kenny Okoye in the triple jump (42-3/4), Swampscott’s Jackson Brigham in the shot put (41-1/4), Danvers’ Tom Walfield in the javelin (131-9), Revere’s Lucas Barbosa in the 110-meter hurdles (15.5 seconds), Swampscott’s Aidan Pulaski in the 400 hurdles (1:01.5), Everett’s Clarence Jules in the 100 (11.9), Medford’s Tristan Howard in the 200 (21.2), Beverly’s Patrick Gilligan in the 400 (54.4), Peabody’s Antonio Craveiro in the 800 (2:13.0), Marblehead’s Ciro Martin Sotos in the one-mile (5:03.2) and Gloucester’s William Kenny in the two-mile (10:20.4).


NEC Freshman/Sophomore Meet

It was a big win for the Beverly girls, who won the meet on Saturday by a large margin with 159 points. Peabody finished in second place with 55 points, while Swampscott was right behind in third place with 54.5 points.

Winners on the day were Malden’s Jania Williams in the high jump (4-8), Beverly’s India Ingemi in the long jump (16-7 1/2) and the 200 (25.1), Saugus’ Kiley Ronan in the triple jump (32-6 1/2), Beverly’s Alyssa Moreland in the shot put (31-3 3/4), Everett’s Carolann Cardinale in the javelin (106-3), Beverly’s Mackenzie Gilligan in the 110-hurdles (17.4), Beverly’s Shelby DeGrenier in the 400-hurdles (1:13.3), Medford’s Aniya Crump in the 100 (13.0), Somerville’s Laura Clervil in the 400 (1:03.4), Beverly’s Heidi Eberhardt in the 800 (2:30.3), Lynn Classical’s Rachel Brennan in the one-mile (5:49.0) and Marblehead’s Caroline Johnson in the two-mile (12:56.0).

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