The Swampscott baseball team got the job done on both sides of the field Monday afternoon, pitching and hitting its way to a 13-0 drubbing of Winthrop.
Max Pegnato got the win on the mound, tossing a complete-game 3-hitter with seven strikeouts and no walks. He also went 1-for-3 with an RBI at the plate.
Ryan Graciale was 3-for-4 with two home runs (both in the fifth inning) and five RBI. Zach Elwell went 2-for-4 with two RBI, Jonathan Oriakhi went 2-for-4, David Quill went 2-for-3 and Drew Olivieri went 1-for-2.
Swampscott (7-3) is at at Somerville on Wednesday.
Medford 4 Classical 3
The Rams dropped back to .500 (6-6) with the loss. David Barnard pitched six innings, allowing four runs, striking out two and walking two.
A.J. Luciano was 1-for-4 with a solo home run, Jared Defillipo was 1-for-3, scored a run and knocked in one. Dan Lilja was 1-for-3 with an RBI and Sean Devin had two hits.
Classical travels to Danvers Wednesday (6:30).
Saugus 4, Somerville 2
The Sachems got back to .500 with Dominic Clark getting the win, working the final four innings and striking out three. Jackson Stanton got the start and struck out four in the first three innings.
Ronnie Paolo went 3-for-4 with two RBI to lead the way, while Grant Rust went 1-for-1 with two walks and an RBI.
Saugus (6-6) is at at Malden Wednesday.
Peabody 7, Marblehead 0
Peabody’s Eddie Campbell had the 3-hit shutout, striking out six and walking six. Campbell struck out the side in the seventh inning.
Jake Gustin was 3-for-3 with an RBI. He also scored a run and stole three bases. Freshman Ryan Knight was 2-for-3 with two RBI, with one run scored.
For Marblehead, Jacob Bornstein had two of the Magicians three hits on the day. The Magicians (5-5) will host Everett on Wednesday.
Beverly 8, Everett 3
Kyle Cravatis improved to 5-0 and the Panthers qualified for the state tournament for the 15th year in a row. Cravatis gave up three runs in a complete-game effort while Spencer Brown and Clayton McAlpine had two RBI each.
Beverly (10-2) hosts Medford on Wednesday.
St. John’s Prep 8, BC High 7
Thanks to Marblehead native Mason Freedman’s legs, the Eagles notched a walkoff win. After coming in as a pinch runner in the bottom of the seventh, Freedman took advantage of a passed ball and raced all the way around from second base to score the game-winning run. Jacob Bolger had three RBI while Alex Lane added two hits.
The Prep (8-4) takes on Peabody Thursday afternoon.
Saugus 2, Somerville 0
Katelyn Wood went the distance, striking out 15. She allowed six hits.
Wood also stood out at the plate, going 3-for-3. Other offensive stars for Saugus were Sadie Decenso (3-for-3, double, RBI) and Brittney Sudanowicz (1-for-2, double, RBI).
“It was a good, clean game, and the pitchers were good,” said Saugus coach Steve Almquist. “We played very good defense.
Saugus (5-7) is home Wednesday against malden.
Everett 7, Beverly 5
The Panthers dropped to 7-3. Rona Scott was 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI. Marlee Hamor was 1-for-3 with a triple and two RBI while Mulia Pitman was 2-for-4 with two runs scored.
Medford 7, Lynn Classical 4
The Rams dropped their third game of the season despite a solid effort from Amanda Wilkins (3-for-4 with an RBI). Ciara Collins and Tori Adams each went 3-for-4.
Classical (7-3) hosts Danvers on Wednesday.
Swampscott 8, Winthrop 4
At Winthrop, Riley Lord pitched four no-hit innings in relief to pick up the win. The Big Blue (3-7) got offensive contributions from Katie Watts (2-for-3, 2 runs, 2 RBI), Chloe Rakauskas (2-for-3, 2 RBI, with a double) and Lord (2-for-3, RBI, double.
The Blue are at home Wednesday against Somerville.
Nashoba 8, Tech 6
Nashoba 14, Tech 10
At Tech, the Tigers fell to 0-6. Adrianna Torres had five hits in the doubleheader, knocking in three runs and scoring three.
Alondra Sanchez scored two runs and Lyz Pena scored twice and had three RBI.
Shyla Jackson pitched in both games.
Tech is home today against Notre Dame (Tyngsborough).
Marblehead 3, Peabody 2
At Peabody Monday, the Magicians rode a doubles sweep to pick up a road win. Peabody seventh-grader Paul Neal won easily at first singles over Billy Ackerman 6-0, 6-2, while the Tanners Alex Nadeau also rolled in the second dingles match, defeating David Greenade 6-0, 6-2. The Magicians’ Dan Litvak defeated Kyle White in the third singles match 6-2, 6-0.
Marblehead’s Adam Shaf and Tony Gluskin defeated Max Leete and Jason Davis at first doubles at love 6-0, 6-0. Eduardo Bernardis and Erik Stammnitz completed the doubles sweep with a 6-0, 6-2 win over Calvin Anton and Angelo Ferrer in the second doubles match.
Swampscott 4, Winthrop 1
The Big Blue got wins from Will Talebian at first singles, 6-1, 6-1; Justin Ratner at second (6-1, 6-0) and Steve Santanello-Dan Johnson at first doubles (6-0, 6-2) and Robbie Jensen-Isaac Green at second (7-6, with the tiebreaker 7-1, and 7-5.) .
Classical 4, Medford 1
The Rams earned two singles wins and then swept the doubles portion to get the victory on Monday afternoon. Shanelle Barry and Daphne Pineda both won their singles matches by the same score, 6-3, 6-1.
In doubles play, the team of Abby Stafford and won the first match, 6-4, 6-2, and the team of Kathy Nguyen and Cindy Roberts won their match, 6-2, 6-2.
Classical (6-3) will play on the road at Danvers on Wednesday.
Arlington Catholic 3, St. Mary’s 2
Despite sweeping the doubles portion of the match, the Spartans could get that third point to earn the victory on Monday. Jesse D’orsi and Sam Saunders took the first match, 8-2, while the team of Juliet Anctil and Bella Leo won the second match, 8-6.
St. Mary’s will take on Austin Prep Wednesday.
Marblehead 4, Peabody 1
The match was one of four the Magicians aare scheduled to play this week. All three singles players — Michelle Shub,, Hannah Porath and Lisa Krebs — won 6-0, 6-0.
Senior captains Lizzy Potvin and Sara Weiss came in at 6-0, 6-1 while the freshmen duo of Jessie Munroe and Tess Keaney fell in second doubles.
The Magicians are home Wednesday against Everett and will travel to Newburyport Thursday for an out-of-conference match with the Clippers.
Fenwick 9, Arl. Cath. 2
Stefano Fabiano had two goals and three assists, Robbie Favuzza had two goals and one assist. Also, Diego Alvarez-Segee had two goals, Nick Muzi one.
Aden Grenham notched his first varsity goal and Ian Worthley got his first point of the season on an assist.
Garrett Ruszkowski had 14 saves on 16 shots.
Fenwick (8-3) is home against Austin Prep Wednesday.
BC High 10, St. John’s 8
At St. John’s, the Eagles got strong games from Coltan Tangney and Trent Tully in the midfield. Robert Dinsmore and Andrew Ponsetto played well defensively as well.
Jack Rickards scored three goals and Bryan Penny had two. The Eagles also got oals from Dan DeLaus, Jake Surette and Michael Ott.
Craig Yannone was 16-for-22 on faceoffs, and Alex Kreher had eight saves on 18 shots.
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St. John’s plays Xaverian Wednesday (7).
Medford 17, Lynn 3
Sam Ennis had two goals for the Jets in the loss, while Pedro Caesar had one goal. The Jets (2-9) are right back in action this afternoon against Pope John.
Peabody 10 Methuen 9
The Tanners raised their record to 9-1-0 (3-0-1 in the Northeastern Conference). Colleen Crotty and Olivia Kiricoples had four goals an assist each. Maddy and Hailee Lomasney each scored a goal and an assist.
Defensively, Catherine Manning, Amber Kiricoples, Aja Alimonte and Jordyn Collins stood out defensively.
Austin Prep 14, St. Mary’s 3
Codi Butt had all three goals for the Spartans, while Mady Hentosh and Meagan Parthum each had one assist. Lauren Vaccaro had 12 saves in net.
St. Mary’s (7-7) is back in action on Wednesday against Cardinal Spellman.
Somerville 88, Classical 43
At Somerville, the Rams evened their record at 3-3. Winners for Classical included Elie Kalambayi, triple jump (44-0); William Net, discus (104-2), and Samson Srey (149-08).
Marblehead 76, Beverly 55
At Somerville, the Magicians (4-0) remain undefeated. Joe Doherty was a double winner, taking the 100 (11.2) and 200 (22.8).
Other winners included Devin Romain, long jump (20-5), Jarrod Langton, triple jump (38-8 1/2; Ryun Dumais, shot put (46-5 1/4); Jack McGrath, javelin (128-4); Thomas Huber, 110 hurdles (15.0); Adam Smith, 400 hurdles (62.4); Ciro Martin Sotos, mile (5:03.2); and Oliver Glass, 2-mile (10:46.5).
Somerville 73, Classical 62
At Somerville, the Rams got wins from Slanny Portorreal, long jump (16-10), Ashley Calixte, discus (90-10), Paris Wilkey, javelin (76-10), Rachel Brennan, mile (5:49); and Kenia Mejia, 2-mile (14:39.3).
Beverly 100, Marblehead 36
At Somerville, Magician winners included Hannah Flores, discus (86-6); Bella Corsini, mile (5:32.9) and the 4×100 (4:34.6).