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School Sports Roundup: Fenwick makes it three wins in a row

Fenwick's Tom Estella scored a goal in Wednesday's win. (Item Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

Make that three wins in a row for the Bishop Fenwick boys hockey team. The Crusaders defeated Catholic Central League rival Archbishop Williams 4-1 Wednesday night at Canton Sports Complex. The Crusaders have won their past three games by a total score of 20-1.

With the win, Fenwick improved to 8-9-1 on the season. The Crusaders need three points in their final two games of the regular season to qualify for the state tournament.

“Hard work’s finally paying off for us,” Fenwick coach Jim Quinlan said. “We’re scoring now, that’s 20 goals in the last three games while only letting one in. We’re 5-5 in the CCL, tied for third. We’re making fewer mistakes and playing our best hockey at the most important time of the year.”

After a scoreless first period, Matt Moniz scored on Jake Murphy’s assist to put Fenwick on the board. The Crusaders scored three unassisted goals (Tom Estella, Ethan Belt, Ian Worthely) to seal the deal.

Fenwick hosts Shrewsbury Saturday night (6) in a non-conference game. The Crusaders close the regular season Monday (2) when they battle Peabody for the Carlin Cup.

BOYS HOCKEY

Lynnfield 4, North Reading 0

The Pioneers got a hat trick from George DeRoche as they skated to a shutout win. John Simonetti also scored a goal in the win.

Lynnfield (11-4-3) travels out to Canton on Saturday (4:15) for a game against Westwood.

Hudson 7, Peabody 2

The Tanners fell to 1-15-1. Peabody’s back on the ice Saturday (3:40) when it visits Masconomet at Valley Forum.

Catholic Memorial 3, St. John’s Prep 0

The Eagles (7-7-3) will go up against the Knights once again Monday (12) at Essex Sports Center.

GIRLS HOCKEY

Beverly 5, Marblehead 4

At Raymond Bourque Arena, the Magicians carried a 3-2 lead into the third period before the Panthers came back for the win.

Sydney Cresta scored two goals. Cate Delaney and Mia Salah scored one goal each.

The Magicians (4-13) visit Weymouth at Connell Memorial Rink Saturday (5).

Peabody 6, Medford 2

At Medford’s Loconte Rink, the Tanners improved to 12-4-2 on the season. Jen Flynn and Kat DiGiulio each scored two goals and dished one assist. Sammie Mirasolo and Jess Robert scored once each.

The Tanners are back on the ice Monday morning (11) when they battle Fenwick for the Carlin Cup.

Winthrop 5, Masconomet 3

The Vikings earned a share of the Northeastern Hockey League title with Peabody after an upset win over Masconomet. Kaiya Rodriguez led Winthrop’s offense with two goals.

“Kaiya played an incredible game,” Winthrop coach Anthony Martucci said. “She has great speed and to have her going is big. She had two awesome goals.”

Emma Carleton scored one goal and dished one assist, placing her three points away from the 100-point mark for her career.

Emma Holmes and Abby Stafford each scored one goal. Julia Holmes and Kayla Morrill each logged one assist.

“This was a huge game for us,” Martucci said. “Masconomet is a very good team. They’re well coached and have some high end players.”

Winthrop (10-6-1) will celebrate its senior night in the regular season finale against Winchester Wednesday night at Larsen Rink.

Fenwick 6, Shawsheen 0

Fenwick featured six different goal scorers in Lexi McNeil, Gabby Davern, Jill Mattucci, Emma Perry and Brennah Satterfield. Goalies Daphne Jalbert and Madison Davis split the shutout in net.

The Crusaders (11-6-1) are back on the ice Monday morning when they take on Peabody for the Carlin Cup.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Gloucester 74, Peabody 73 (2OT)

After hitting the game-tying shot to force overtime, Gloucester’s Marcus Montagnino hit the game-winner with just seconds to go in double overtime to hand the Fishermen a thrilling win.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Revere 48, Beverly 45

The Patriots improved to 11-6 on the season. They’re back in action Thursday (7) when they visit Danvers.

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