Roundup: St. Mary’s passes big best against TechBoston

Ademide Badmus recorded a double-double Sunday. (File Photo)

The St. Mary’s boys basketball team aced another tough test Sunday with an 86-80 win over TechBoston at Tony Conigliaro Gymnasium.

St. Mary’s featured five scorers in double-figures for the first time this season. Ademide Badmus logged a double-double at 24 points and 13 rebounds. Joey Abate-Walsh followed suit with 13 points and 14 rebounds. Jalen Echevarria scored 17 points and dished eight assists. Josh Perez and Marcus Brunson-Perez each finished with 11. Brunson-Perez knocked in three 3-pointers, as did Abate-Walsh. 

St. Mary’s netted eight 3-pointers and outrebounded TechBoston, 41-30.

The Spartans are 11-0 and visit Fenwick Friday (6:30). 


Lynn 6, Revere 3

The Jets improved to 6-2-1. Paul Papageorgiu scored two goals, while Brian Clougherty, Matt Devin, Andrew Patrie and Matt Patrie (first career varsity goal) each scored once. Troy Petkevitch, Owen Downey and Stevan Downey earned their first career varsity points with an assist apiece. Clougherty and John DiFilippo also dished one assist each.

The Jets host Somerville Wednesday (6) in a rematch of their season opener.

Revere (1-8-1) visits Everett Wednesday (6).

Swampscott 6, Everett 2

The Big Blue made the most of a full week of practice and came away with a win at Everett Saturday. Zach Elwell paced the offense with four goals and two assists. Drew Olivieri scored one goal and dished five assists. Conor Donovan scored once with three assists. Goalie Victor Kratik made 14 saves.

Swampscott (3-5-1) visits Gloucester Wednesday (6).

Marblehead 9, Peabody 3

Marblehead’s goal scorers were Jacob Garfield (three), Colin Hart (two), Eli Feingold (two), Loch Sheridan (one) and Charlie McGurrin (one).

Peabody’s Mike Zamo, Adam Aylwaro and Nick Capillo each scored once.

The Magicians (8-2) visit Medford Wednesday (7).

The Tanners (0-8-1) host Danvers Wednesday (5:15).

Winthrop 3, Beverly 2

Sam Yarrow, Noah Evangelista and Luke Evangelista each scored one goal for Winthrop.

Goalie Ryan Skoczylas made 15 saves.

The Vikings (7-3) host Fenwick Thursday (6:10) at Larsen Rink.

Xaverian 4, St. John’s 3

The Eagles fell to 3-4-2 and visit Austin Prep Wednesday (6).

Lynnfield 1, Newburyport 1

The Pioneers (5-3-2) visit North Reading Tuesday (5:10) at Kasabuski Rink.


Longmeadow 5, Winthrop 3

Emma Carleton continued her solid stretch of play with two goals but the Vikings fell short. Winthrop tied the game at 3-3 early in the third period on Carleton’s second goal, but Longmeadow sealed the win with two unanswered goals.

Mia Norris also scored for Winthrop.

The Vikings (7-3) takes on Medford Wednesday.

Austin Prep 2, St. Mary’s 0

In a stellar performance, St. Mary’s goalie Lauren Vaccaro made 42 saves but the Spartans suffered their first loss of the season on the road Saturday night. St. Mary’s aims to bounce back Saturday (4) when it hosts Williams.

Marblehead 6, Beverly 0

At Salem State, Sydney Cresta’s hat trick led the Magicians (2-6). Cresta tallied five points and became the program’s all-time leading scorer in the process. Goalie Grace Bretagna earned her first shutout win of the season.


St. John’s won the Woburn Tournament Saturday with 185 points. Chelmsford (158) and Dedham (152) came in second and third, respectively. Top performers for the Eagles were Ryan Garlitz (138 pounds), Nick Curley (106), Kevin Carney (132), Achilles Gikas (152), Ben Shaw (170), Drew Leahy (182), Alec Runnals (120), Owen Gaffney (195) and Adam Schaeublin (113).


Fenwick 80, St. Mary’s 66

At St. John’s Saturday, the Crusaders placed first in all 11 events. Winning the relays were the teams of Catherine Christuk, Meredith Yuhasz, Sophia Lumino and Emily DelBene (200 medley), Sophia Lumino, Kathryn Leelman, Rebecca Leelman, Catherine Christuk (200 freestyle) and Sabrina Botthof, Meredith Yuhasz, Audrey Waldinger and Hannah Kubat (400 freestyle). Individual winners were Audrey Waldinger (200 freestyle, 100 breaststroke), Sophia Lumino (200 IM, 50 freestyle), Sabrina Botthof (100 butterfly), Catherine Christuk (100 freestyle, 500 freestyle) and Meredith Yuhasz (100 backstroke). Christuk qualified for sectionals in the 100 and 500 freestyles, as did the 200 freestyle relay team. Lumino qualified for sectionals and states in the 50 freestyle.


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