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School Sports Roundup: Revere boys hockey finds the win column

Revere's Cam Mazza helped the Patriots to their first win of the season with two goals. (Item File Photo)

It took longer than the Revere boys hockey team hoped but the Patriots earned their first win of the season with an 8-4 victory over Everett Wednesday night at Paul Cronin Rink.

Cam Mazza and Wayne Cintolo each scored two goals. Zach Rufo, Rick Briana, Alexio Trichilo and Joe Papsadora each scored one goal.  Patriots goalie JT Bowdridge tallied 25 saves.

The Patriots (1-7-1) host Lynn Saturday evening (5:10).

“We had to get off the schneid,” Revere coach Joe Ciccarello said. “We lost a lot to injuries.We were definitely shorthanded with goal scorers. We’ve been hurting for goal scorers. It feels good. It doesn’t get easier. We have Lynn Saturday, they have two good goal scorers. We’ll enjoy the first win but we’re hoping to get a roll here.”


St. Mary’s 5, Smithfield (R.I.) 0

Colin Reddy netted four goals in the win for the Spartans, while Christian Moran had one goal.

Nick Napolitano, Kyle Ouellette, Davis Kinne, Damon Maribito , Colby Magliozzi each logged one assist.

Spartans goalie Joe Purtell made 15 saves for his second consecutive shutout.

“Joe’s playing with a lot of confidence,” St. Mary’s coach Mark Lee said. “He’s a talented goaltender, very well-schooled. There’s been multiple opportunities the past couple games. He’s a difference maker. I think he’s done a great job against quality opposition.”

St. Mary’s (8-1) visits Catholic Central League rival Fenwick Saturday (6).

“It’s going to be a battle,” Lee said. “It’s a rivalry, a CCL game. I’m sure both teams will be ready. We lost Kinne to an injury with a separated shoulder so we may be missing him. We just have to come ready to play.”

Saugus 4, Marblehead 1  

The Sachems were led by Ronnie Paolo’s two goals, while Chris Regnetta and Adam Rodrigues each had one goal.

Sachems goalie Jack Devereaux made 30 saves.

“Jack was good,” Saugus coach Jeff Natalucci said. “He’s been good for us all year. He goes in there and competes. When things get hectic he calms us down. We played a complete game for 45 minutes, from Jack on out.”

Saugus (4-2-3) hosts Danvers Saturday (4:30).

“Danvers is another big game,” Natalucci said. “Danvers is playing really good hockey. We’re expecting a tough test. But I’m happy with this win. It was a good statement from our team.”

For Marblehead, the lone goal came from Will Shull on an assist from Collin Hart. The Magicians (7-2-0) will look to get back on track Saturday when they visit Peabody (4).

BC High 2, St. John’s Prep 1

Ryan Hart scored the lone goal for the Eagles in the loss. The Prep (3-3-2)

hosts Xaverian Saturday (6).

Bishop Fenwick 1, Matignon 0

A goal from Matt Moniz was enough to give the Crusaders the win on the road. Nick Muzi had one assist. Fenwick (3-4-0) hosts St. Mary’s Saturday (6).


Winthrop 4, Haverhill 2

Emma Carleton scored two goals to lead Winthrop to a bounce-back win. Mia Norris (first varsity goal) and Bella Perrotti each scored once.

Mia Martucci dished two assists, while Emma Holmes and Julia Holmes each logged one.

Vikings goalie Summer Tallent made 27 saves.

“Summer has been nothing shy of unbelievable for us this year,” Winthrop coach Anthony Martucci said. “She just has that something that all athletes wish they had. It’s just something that great players possess.”


Bishop Fenwick 61, Georgetown 45

Jason Romans had a big game for the Crusaders, nearly earning a triple-double with 15 points, eight assists and seven steals. Alex Gonzalez added nine points and five rebounds.

Fenwick (6-2) plays at Cardinal Spellman Friday (6:30).


St. John’s Prep 60, Malden Catholic 12

The Eagles (18-1) got wins from Nick Curley (106 pounds), Adam Schaeublin (113), Alec Runnels (120), Quinn Alexander (126), Kevin Carney (132), Ryan Garlitz (138), Achilles Gikas (152), Marty Roach (160), Ben Shaw (170) and Drew Leahy (182).

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