Tuesday’s 18-1 win over Medford at Blocksidge Field was a milestone game for two members of the Swampscott girls lacrosse team. Senior attackman Grace DiGrande and junior midfielder Emerson Laundry both scored their 100th career goals.
“It was kind of fun for both the girls to happen to reach that in the same game,” Swampscott coach Al Eaton said. “They’ve both been working hard to try and reach their goals. Even though they noticed they were on the edge of it they were still being good teammates, feeding. I think that speaks to the team as a whole.”
Laundry finished with five goals and one assist. DiGrande scored four goals and logged one assist. Harper Clopton and Scarlett Ciciotti scored two goals each. Liz Green, Sydney Bray, Nikki Rosa, Jordan Waters and Zoey Bozjarian each found the back of the net once.
Big Blue goalie Sara Hamada-Mohamed made five saves.
Swampscott, still undefeated at 4-0, travels to Danvers Thursday (4).
“We’re pretty happy,” Eaton said. “We were excited about our wins over Beverly and Peabody last week. Both were big wins. We have Danvers and we play Marblehead twice next week. That’ll be a huge test. So far, the girls have been able to stand up to every challenge placed in front of them.”
Marblehead 16, Beverly 11
Maddie Erksine and Grace Arthur pushed the Magicians to victory with five goals each. Carter Murray and Lydia Bongiorno each found the back of the net twice. Sara Campbell and Mae Colwell scored a goal each.
Magicians goalie Elizabeth Driscoll made 11 saves.
Marblehead travels (4-3) travels to Peabody Friday (4).
Lynn 7, Matignon 4
Sam Ennis led the Jets with five goals and one assist. Brian Clougherty scored twice and added an assist.
Lynn (1-5) visits Salem Thursday (7).
St. John’s Shrewsbury 7, St. John’s 6
Jake Surette highlighted the Eagles with two goals and two assists. Pat Keefe, Michael Ott, Sean Gilbert and Dan DeLaus scored once each.
Eagles goalie Alex Kreher had four saves and Craig Yannone won 12 of 16 faceoffs.
St. John’s (7-3) travels to Catholic Memorial Thursday (7).
English 1, Malden 0
Juan Subervi pitched a complete-game shutout for the Bulldogs. Subervi also went 2-for-3 and scored the lone run on a passed ball.
English ended the win on a 4-6-3 double play (Clodys Parandys to Jomar Moreta to Ethan Labbe).
The Bulldogs (2-1) visit Everett Wednesday (4).
Tech 10, Minuteman 4
Freshman pitcher Hannah Caleb earned the win in the circle for Tech. Caleb tallied nine strikeouts in her six innings of work.
Offensively, Georgina Toribio went 3-for-4 with two RBI and Ariella Long went 2-for-4 with three RBI.
The Tigers (2-3) host Mystic Valley Thursday (4).
Classical 3, Revere 2
The Rams remain undefeated.
Winners for Classical were Daphne Pineda, who filled in at first singles, (6-2, 6-2), Lexi Ferraro/Abby Stafford at first doubles (6-0, 6-1) and Jayden Carroca/Sophia Defronzo at second doubles (6-1, 6-0).
The Rams (3-0) host Malden Wednesday (4).
Tech 82, Greater Lowell 54
Elvis Gonzalez was a triple-winner with victories in the 200 meter, high jump and long jump. Angel Hernandez was a double-winner in the javelin and shot put. Other winners for Tech were
Amari Gaston (100 meter), Sebastian Le-Ortiz (one-mile), Luis Pineiro (triple jump) and Mikko Suarez (discus).
Tech remains undefeated at 8-0.
Swampscott 88, Gloucester 44
Triple-winner Joseph Varghese was the highlight of the meet for Swampscott. Varghese took first place in the high jump (5-9), triple jump (40-3 1/2) and 110 meter hurdles (17.8). Jackson Brigham was a double-winner in the shot put (43-1/2) and discus (131-0.9). Other winners for the Big Blue were Jared Gordon in the long jump (17-6), Jake Culliton in the javelin (135-0), Najique Henry in the 100 (11.2), Henna Domain in the 400 (56.4) and Reece Klusaz in the 800 (2:10.8).
Everett 89, English 47
Winners for English were Jeriel Garcia in the long jump (18-9.5) and javelin (116-11), and Michael Falasca in the 800 (2:21.1).
Revere 111, Classical 25
Winners for Classical were Jonathan Fernandez in the shot put (38-4.75) and Jeron Xavapy in the 100 (11.9).
Swampscott 79, Gloucester 56
Charlotte Andrews was a quadruple-winner for the Big Blue. Andrews won the high jump (4-11), triple jump (33-4), 110 hurdles (17.2) and 400 hurdles (79.0). Ciara Espaillat was a double-winner in the shot put (33-6 1/2) and discus (71-4). Other Swampscott winners were Meredith Zimmer in the javelin (82-7), Paige Kennedy in the 100 (13.0), Amelia Groothuis in the 800 (2:55) and Ashley Marston in the 2-mile (12:34).
Classical 69, Revere 67
The Rams were led by triple-winner Slanny Portorreal, who won the high jump (4-8), the long jump (15-10) and the 200 (28.0). Rachel Brennan won both the 800 (2:34) and the one-mile (5:49), while Cherish Nwoko won the discus (85-6) and the shot put (28-11). Other winners for Classical were Kenia Mejia in the 400 (1:10) and Chloe Kebreau in the triple jump (30-10).
Classical (4-0) runs against Malden Tuesday.
English 83, Everett 47
English’s Hannah Trahant was a triple-winner in the long jump (15-10), triple jump (30-5) and 400 hurdles (1:05). Other English winners were Gzane Williams in the high jump (4-0) and 110 hurdles (20.8), Kahlee Smith-Whelton in the shot put (32-1.25), Faidat Amisu in the discus (65-10), Kendra Malcolm in the 100 (13.4), Valentina Santelises in the 400 (1:13), Jackie Ramirez in the 800 (2:51.2) and the two-mile (13:49), Erin Galloway in the one-mile (7:16.5).
Greater Lowell 73, Tech 62
First-place winners for Tech were Kengraliz Carrasavilio (100 meter), Nayelis Diaz (400 meter), Angelina Castillo (two-mile), Nyari Lane-Benjamin (400 hurdles), Felicity Blaney (long jump) and Irranis Julio (javelin). Tech’s 5-3.