The St. Mary’s girls lacrosse team shook a slow start to grab an 11-8 win over Winthrop Thursday at Miller Field behind goalie Lauren Vaccaro’s 15 saves.
“Winthrop was ready to play,” Spartans coach K.C. Butt said. “They did an awesome job. It was a very competitive game.”
Codi Butt scored five goals with one assist. Mady Hentosh followed suit with three three goals and two assists. Riley Lynch scored once.
“Riley’s a player that has a pretty significant injury and she’s trying to play through that,” K.C. Butt said. “She had a nice goal. It’s good to have her back.”
Zoe Solomons (goal), Makayla McGrath (goal), Katie Whitcomb (assist) and Meg Parthum (assist) rounded out the offense.
The Spartans (6-1) bounce back into CCL play Saturday (3:30) when they host Fenwick.
Swampscott 18, Danvers 7
Behind a six-goal performance from Reese Robertson, the Big Blue were able to remain unbeaten on the season.
Grace DiGrande added five goals, while Elizabeth Green and Harper Clopton each had three goals. Sydney Bray added one goal.
The Big Blue (5-0) host Marblehead Monday (4).
Peabody 16, Wakefield 6
The Tanners were led by Haliee Lomasney’s five goals and two assists. Colleen Crotty added five goals and one assist, Olivia Kiricoples had three goals and three assists and Catherine Manning had two goals. Hailey Baker scored one goal, while Amber Kiricoples and Maddy Lomasney each had one assist.
On defense, Jordyn Collins, Sophie Izzo and McKayla Fisher all played well. Goalies Olivia Lavalle (10 saves) and Katelyn Rice (four saves) split time in net.
Peabody is now 7-1 on the season.
Peabody 12, Swampscott 3
Peabody earned a conference win behind strong performances from Connor McCarron (three goals, one assist), Jack Houlden (two goals, one assist) and Nick Patturelli (two goals, one assist). Keenan Madden added two goals, while Colby Therrien, Ryan Fera and Trevor Smith each had one goal. Goalie Austin Leggett had seven saves in net.
For Swampscott, Ethan Eichler led the way with one goal and one assist. Zach Pierce and Kyle Fitzgerald each had one goal, while goalie Tim Perlin had eight saves.
Saugus 3, Marblehead 1
Jason Castaletto got the job done on both sides of the ball Thursday, tossing six innings and allowing just three hits with six strikeouts and also adding a RBI triple at the plate. Zach Falasca added a RBI sacrifice fly in the win, while Anthony Cogliano went 2-for-3 with a run scored.
Saugus (5-1) takes on Swampscott Monday (4).
Marblehead hosts Peabody Monday (4).
Peabody 15, Winthrop 0 (F/6)
The Tanners grabbed their second win in as many days. Jordan Anzuoni, Chris Faraca and Ryan Knight each drove in a pair of runs.
Chris DeLisi got the win on the mound with three strikeouts over five innings. Anzuoni pitched one inning in relief.
They’ll aim for three in a row Monday (4) when they travel to Marblehead.
Beverly 7, Swampscott 3
Julia Pitman went 3-for-4 with a three-run home run, Shelby Stavis went 1-for-4 with two RBI, and Natalie Stilwell went 2-for-3 with a triple and three runs scored. Rona Scott got the win on the mound surrendering four hits, with eight strikeouts and two walks. Beverly is now 3-2.
Swampscott (0-5) hopes to grab its first win Monday (4) when the Big Blue host Saugus.
Classical 39, English 4
Maddie Dana led the Rams at the plate, going 5-for-5 with five RBI. Other Classical highlights were Amanda Wilkins (3-for-4, four RBI) and Kayla Morrill (2-for-4, six RBI).
Brooke Warren pitched three innings, allowing two earned runs with five strikeouts. Reliever Abby Fila fanned two and allowed an earned run over two innings.
The Rams (3-1) host Everett Saturday (3).
English visits Revere Monday (4).
Revere 5, Somerville 0
The Patriots improved to 3-2 with the shutout win.
Masconomet 3, Marblehead 2
The Magicians earned wins in both doubles matches, with the team of Erik Stammnitz and Vittorio Mariotti taking the first match (6-4, 6-1) and the team of Adam Sherf and Jack Quigley winning the second match (6-2, 6-1).
Marblehead 5, Danvers 0
Marblehead made it five straight wins Thursday behind singles victories from Michelle Shub (6-0, 6-0) Hannah Shub (6-0, 6-0) and Jessie Munroe (6-1, 6-1). In doubles play, the team of Simone Likterov and Cannan Whittier won their match (6-2, 6-0) and the team of Cahill Whittier and Tess Keaney won their match (6-2, 6-3).
Classical 5, English 0
The Rams bounced back into the win column. The second doubles pair of Sophia Defronzo and Jayden Carroca grabbed a hard fought win in three sets (4-6, 6-4, 6-2).
Classical’s 4-1 on the season.
Peabody 83, Saugus 39
Chioke Onwuogu was a double-winner for Peabody, taking first in the long jump (19 feet, 2 3/4 inches) and the 200 (23.8 seconds). Other winners for Peabody were Brandon Glass in the shot put (41-1), Daniel Norman in the javelin (131-4), Kemani Jackson in the 110 hurdles (14.8), Joel Lisoma in the 400 hurdles (1:06), Antonio Craveiro in the 400 (54.9), Cam Rich in the 800 (2:22.3), Jake Kolsrud in the one-mile (5:34.6) and Lucas Castro in the two-mile (12:42.6).
Saugus got wins from Bruno Auzec in the high jump (5-8), Kenny Okoye in the triple jump (43-3) and Marvens Jean in the 100 (11.5).
Marblehead 80, Beverly 56
Marblehead got wins from Richard DeCarvalho in the high jump (6-0), Jarrod Langton in the triple jump (39-6), Derek Testa in the shot put (40-10 1/2), Jack McGrath in the javelin (140-3), Dylan Klocker in the discus (106-2), Nik Kams in the 110 hurdles (17.8), John Lucas in the 400 hurdles (1:09.6), Austin Lavender in the 800 (2:15.9) and Leoden Ridriques in the two-mile (10:48).
Peabody 81, Saugus 41
Arlene Davila and Alexandra Barrett were both double-winners for the Tanners, with Davila winning the shot put (32-7 1/2) and the discus (97-10) and Barrett winning the 800 (2:45.5) and the two-mile (13:23.1). Other winners for Peabody were Alexa Flewelling in the high jump (5-0), Venice Araya in the javelin (87-10), Fadima Kaba in the 110 hurdles (17.6) and Emily MacDonald in the one-mile (5:52.4).
For Saugus, Serena Cacciola and Ava Fiorino each earned two wins. Cacciola won the long jump (14-0) and the 100 (13.5), while Fiorino won the triple jump (33-9) and the 400 hurdles (1:13.3). Other winners for Saugus were Kiley Ronan in the 200 (26.8) and Jennifer Costa in the 400 (1:05.1).
Beverly 99, Marblehead 32
Marblehead got wins from Anna Bedrossian in the javelin (65-1), Tess Whalen in the 800 (2:38.6) and Bella Corsini in the one-mile (5:32.9).