The St. Mary’s girls hockey team opened the season with a win Wednesday night, taking down Peabody 4-1 at Connery Rink.
The Spartans had four different goal scorers on the night in Sam Porazinski, Felicia D’Alessandro, Marina DiBiasio and Mady Hentosh. DiBiasio dished two assists while Hentosh, Porazinski, Jenna Chaplain, Skylar Davis, Jill Kirby and Kate Grey each dished one assist. Goalie Lauren Vaccaro made 14 saves.
“It was a good team win,” St. Mary’s coach Frank Pagliuca said. “We fell behind after one period, we were down 1-0. It was good for us to respond. We took advantage of power play opportunities in the second and third periods. Jill, Felicia and Marina really sparked us tonight. They used their speed and created a lot of opportunities tonight.
“Overall it was a good win for the first game. We have Arlington Catholic Saturday and that’s always a tough (CCL) game.”
Paige Thibodeau scored Peabody’s goal on assists from Sammie Mirasolo and Sadie Gearn. Goalie Abby Buckley made 42 saves.
St. Mary’s (1-0-0) hosts Arlington Catholic Saturday afternoon (4). Peabody (1-1) hosts Masconomet Saturday (4) at Salem State.
Marblehead 5, Fenwick 3
Marblehead’s Marisa Maccario earned her first win as head coach of the Magicians. Marblehead goals were scored by Sydney Cresta (two) and Cate Delaney, Mia Salah and Abby Kalinowski. Maccario said defensemen Juliette Piersol and Caroline Kinne, and goalie Grace Bertagna played well.
Marblehead (1-1) visits Medford Saturday (4).
Gabby Davern scored three goals for the Crusaders, who fell to 1-1. Fenwick hosts Wilmington Sunday morning (9).
Swampscott 4, Peabody 1
With the score tied at 1-1 late in the second period, the Big Blue (1-0) scored three power-play goals. Swampscott’s Zach Elwell was a one-man wrecking crew with two goals and three assists while linemate Dew Olivieri had two goals and two assists. Louis Pilotte, Chris Barnes, Max Gadon and Casey Williamson contributed one assist each.
For Peabody (0-1), Adam Aylward scored a first-period goal, assisted by James Guiry.
Saugus 4, Gloucester 4
The Sachems boasted four different goal scorers in the draw, with Dante McGrane, Jason Caron, CJ Graffeo and Adam Rodrigues all finding the back of the net. Goalie Jack Devereaux had 25 saves.
Saugus (0-0-1) travels to Bourque Arena Saturday to play Beverly.
Triton 55, Saugus 52
The Sachems were led by a 20-point effort from Mason Nickolas. Joe Lusso added 14 points in the loss, while Christian Correia had 8 points.
Saugus (0-1) plays on the road against Everett Friday.
Marblehead 60, Malden 24
Winners for Marblehead were Connor O’Brien (106), Jorge Maldonado (120), Michael Hopkins (138), Nick Sirota (145), Eric Bazarov (160), Caden Dubiel (170), Cole Patrick (182), Andrew Rosa (220).
Marblehead’s back in action Saturday at the Wakefield Tournament.
St. John’s Prep 60, St. John’s (Shrewsbury) 12
Winners for the Prep were Nick Curley (106), Adam Schaeublin (113), Alec Runnals (120), Quinn Alexander (126), Ryan Garlitz (138), Matt Mitchell (145), Achilles Gikas (152), Marty Roach (160), Pat Conlan (170), Drew Leahy (182), Jack Sullivan (220) and Eric Serra (285).
St. John’s is now 5-0 on the season.
Peabody 74, Gloucester 7
Winners for Peabody were Jacob Hawthorne in the high jump, Gabriel Carvalho in the shot put, Kemani Jackson in the 55 meter hurdle, Jordan Illori in the 300 meter dash, Kosta Prousalis in the 600 meter, Ryan Buchanan in the 1000 meter, Claudio Rocha in the mile and Noah Roan in the 2-mile.
Malden 48, Marblehead 38
Winners for Marblehead were Joe Doherty in the 55 meter dash and Godot Gaskins in the 300 meter.
Swampscott 59, Salem 27
Winners for Swampscott were Joseph Varghese in the high jump, Jackson Brigham in the shot put, Joseph Varghese in the 50 yard hurdle, Ben Hansen in the 50 yard dash, Najique Henry in the 300 meter, Aidan Pulaski in the 600 meter, Reece Klusza in the 1000 meter and Dylan Brawley in the 2-mile.
Peabody 58, Gloucester 26
Winners for Peabody were Arlene Davila in the high jump, Madison Nerich in the shot put, Dado Nasso in the 300 meter dash, Alexandra Barrett in the 600 meter, Victoria Lombardi in the mile and Olivia LaValle in the 2-mile.
Marblehead 61, Malden 25
Winners for Marblehead were Meryl Hollister in the high jump, Christian Botnaru in the 55 meter hurdle, Teagan Masters in the 55 meter dash, Lydia Bongiorno in the 300 meter, Eleni Sinnis in the 600 meter, Bella Corsini in the 1000 meter, Olivia Cleary in the mile and Kristy Twaalfhoven in the 2-mile.
Swampscott 66, Salem 9
Winners for Swampscott were Ciara Espaillat in the shot put, Meredith Zimmer in the 50 yard hurdle, Paige Kennedy in the 50 meter dash, Haley Sampson in the 300 meter, Ashley Marston in the 600 meter, Elizabeth Green in the 1000 meter, Amelia Groothuis in the mile and Chloe Howe in the 2-mile.
JV BOYS HOCKEY
Lynn 10, Somerville 2
Jaylen Porter’s hat trick and three assists paced the Jets. Luke Rao (2 goals), John MacDonald (one goal), Matthew Patrie (two goals) and Devin Copithorne (two goals) also scored. Kenny Perez earned the win in net.