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School Sports Roundup: A solid showing for Lynnfield at CAL open

Lynnfield's George DeRoche finished 9th at the CAL open Thursday. (Item Photo by Anne Marie Tobin )

Lynnfield High senior George DeRoche finished in ninth place at the Cape Ann League Golf Open Thursday at Far Corner Golf Course in West Boxford.

DeRoche was also named the Kinney Division Co-Player of the Year, while also earning CAL First Team All-Star honors.

Fellow Pioneer, junior Jack Lacoste, also played well but finished just outside the top-10.

“Both Jack and George played well today,” said first-year coach Mike Moresco. “I was also quite proud of all our kids as they finished second for the team Sportsmanship Award.”

The Pioneers will finish the season with their best record in at least the last six years.

Next up for the Pioneers is a return trip back to Far Corner for the North Division 3 sectional tournament on Monday, Oct. 22 (9 a.m. start). Depending on the number of teams who qualify for the sectional tournament, the Pioneers will need to bring their “A” games if they hope to advance to the state Division 3 championship tournament the following week at Black Swan Country Club in Georgetown on Monday, Oct. 29 (9:30 a.m. shotgun start). If there are between 11 and 14 teams competing at the sectional tournament, the top 3 teams will qualify for the state tournament. If there are 15 or more teams in the field, the top 4 teams advance.

VOLLEYBALL

Marblehead 3, Everett 0

The Magicians earned the win in straight sets, 25-20, 25-14, 25-16.

Izzy Curtin led the way for Marblehead with 16 assists, while Elaine Kapoll contributed six aces. Jordan Heafitz and Kika Ludovica each had four kills.

Marblehead’s now 9-5.

Peabody 3, Beverly 0

Peabody blanked the Panthers with set scores of 25-16, 25-16, 25-15.

Olivia Kiricoples led the offensive charge with six kills, while Ava LaValle and Alexa Flewelling each had five kills and Jonalyn Carpenter had four kills and two blocks. Lily Ryan added nine service points, while Tatiana Correia contributed 26 digs.

The Tanners are now 9-4.

For Beverly, Sophie McGarigal contributed 21 digs. The Panthers will take on Everett Tuesday.

Danvers 3, Swampscott 1

Despite taking the first set, the Big Blue went on to drop the next three in. The set scores were 25-21, 22-26, 16-25, 16-25.

Senior Alexa Winter had a solid defensive game with four blocks, while Annika Laudemann had a good all-around game with three kills and 25 digs. Cassidy Ryan contributed three aces and 15 assists, while Alexandra Danilov had eight kills.

FIELD HOCKEY

Marblehead 2, Malden 0

Behind goals from Amanda Schillinger and Charlotte Plakans, the Magicians earned a shutout win. Maddie Erskine and Callie O’Neill each added one assist in the win.

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