The St. Mary’s girls lacrosse team maintained its undefeated record Wednesday with a 12-10 Catholic Central League win at Archbishop Williams.
“We had the lead the entire game,” Spartans coach KC Butt said. “That’s the first time that’s happened. We haven’t won down there in three years.”
Codi Butt drove the offense with five goals and four assists. Other key contributors were Mady Hentosh (three goals, four assists), Kelsey Sullivan (one goal, two assists), Meg Parthum (one goal, one assist) and Zoe Solomons (one goal, one assist). Molly Cummings scored her first career varsity goal on an assist from Makayla McGrath.
Sherly Feliz and goalie Lauren Vaccaro led the defense.
“Everybody had to dig really deep,” KC Butt said. “It was amazing, I was proud of them.”
The Spartans (4-0) visit Watertown Friday (7).
Fenwick 17, Spellman 7
Brynn Bertucci, Karina Gyllenhaal and Cailyn Wesley each scored four goals, leading Fenwick to victory in its home opener. Hanna Goodreau (three goals, two assists), Jenna Durkin (one goal, one assist) and Madison Woods (one goal) rounded out the offense. Goalies Abby Booth (six saves) and Haley Lewis (three saves) split time in net. Fenwick hosts Manchester-Essex Tuesday (3).
St. Mary’s 17, Archbishop Williams 1
Brendan Laundry scored four goals and dished two assists, leading the offense. Nick Napolitano (two goals, two assists), Joe O’Keefe (three goals, three assists), Jaiden Moriello (three goals)
Zach Barden (two goals, one assist), Connor Butt (one goal, one assist), Dom Marino (one goal, one assist) and Jackson Field (one goal, one assist) rounded out the offense.
Goalie Kaden Quirk made seven saves.
The Spartans (4-0) host Georgetown Wednesday (12).
Fenwick 16, Spellman 1
Nick Muzi and Derek DelVecchio each scored three goals and dished two assists. Stefano Fabiano, Ian Worthley, Robby Favuzza and Diego Alvarez-Segee each scored twice. Jake Connolly and Sean Roach (fist career varsity goal) rounded out the scoring with a goal each.
Fenwick hosts Gloucester Tuesday (6:30).
St. Mary’s 2, Austin Prep 2
At Austin Prep, the game was called heading into the top of the 11th due to darkness. The game will be continued at a date/time to be announced.
Spartans starter Bobby Alcock went seven innings and allowed one earned run on four hits with six strikeouts. Jared Coppola pitched three hitless innings in relief and collected three strikeouts.
St. Mary’s scored in the top of the second, when Kyle Ouellette crossed home plate on an error for the 1-0 lead. Leadoff singles from John Mulready and Coppola in the top of the fourth gave the Spartans a chance to add runs. Mulready came home on pinch hitter Austin Foglietta’s two-out RBI single. Austin Prep tied the game at 1-1 on a solo home run and at 2-2 on a RBI double on the bottom of the sixth.
St. Mary’s left the bases loaded in the seventh inning. The Spartans left 12 runners on base.
“We had opportunities but we got ourselves out of some innings both with pitching and defense,” St. Mary’s coach Derek Dana said. “The kids came to play today. They competed. We just have to get better at the plate.”
The Spartans host Nauset Saturday (11).
St. John’s 7, Xaverian 0
The Eagles made the most of four Xaverian fielding errors to grab their second win of the season. Alex Lane went 1-for-3 at the plate and drove in a pair of runs. Richie Williams went 1-for-3 and drove in a run. Jake Miller scored two runs and went 2-for-4.
Kevin Dewing pitched two scoreless innings and earned the win.
St. John’s (2-0) hosts Chelmsford Thursday (4).
Central Catholic 3, Peabody 0
The Tanners dropped to 0-2 and aim for their first win of the season Monday morning (10) when they host Beverly.
St. Mary’s 7, Austin Prep 1
Angelia Pepe turned in another dominant performance in the circle with 12 strikeouts. Leading the offense were Christina Nowicki (2-for-4), Taylor Sullivan (2-for-4), Samantha Porazisnki (2-for-3, 2 RBI) and Katie O’Neill (2-for-3, 2 RBI).
The Spartans (2-0) visit Gloucester Friday.
Fenwick 5, Cardinal Spellman 0
Winners for Fenwick were Brenna Waldinger (first singles, 8-0), Niamh Walsh (second singles, 8-0), Sarah Blessington (third singles, 8-3), Anna Young/Sabrina Botthof (first doubles, 8-0) and Julia Camozzi/Aisling Hinchuy (8-0).
The Crusaders improved to 3-1 and host Arlington Catholic April 25.
Tech 86, Nashoba 52
Tech (3-0) was led by Elvin Gonzalez winning the 400 low hurdles (1.01.21), the 200 meter (23.1 seconds) and the long jump (18-6).
Other winners were Amari Gaston (100 meter), Sabastian Le-Ortiz (one mile), Ratha Thach, Hadiar Bdawi, Gaston and Edwin Gonzalez (4×100 relay), Tony Mendez (800 meter), Angel Hernandez (shot put), Mikko Suarez (discus) and and the 4×400 meter relay team of Le-Ortiz, Remy Chiep, Mohammed Benebardia and Randy Martinez.
The Tigers host Whittier Friday.
Tech 105, Nashoba 30
Tech won 15 out of 16 events. Michayla Lawrence won the 100 meters (12.7 seconds) and the shot put (28-7). Also logging two wins were Angelina Castillo (2-miles, 800 meters), Iranis Julio (javelin, discus), Felicity Blaney won the (100 meter hurdles, long jump). Other winners were Skylah McGough (400 meter hurdles), Nayelis Diaz (400 meter), Nyari Lane-Benjamin (200 meter), Kengeraliz CarrasQuillo (high jump). Aleya Hill won second place in the triple jump.
The Tigers host Whittier Friday.