Tommy Hauser powered the Lynnfield boys soccer team to its first win of the season Tuesday, a 4-0 shutout over Cape Ann League rival Triton. Hauser, a senior, scored three goals in the win.
Tommy Buston accounted for Lynnfield’s fourth goal.
Pioneers netminder Dante Gesamondo earned the shutout in net.
“It was good to get our first win (of the season),” Lynnfield coach Brent Munroe said. “We put some shots in net. We were struggling a little bit with that. It was good to see.”
Lynnfield (1-2) travels to Rockport Thursday (6).
Tech 8, Greater Lawrence 0
Erikson Licardie and Bibek Gurung scored two goals apiece as the Tigers (1-1-1) grabbed their first win of the season.
“It feels good,” Tigers coach Eric Moreno Sr. said. “We’re headed in the right direction. I’m just happy they’re getting the chemistry together and getting better as the season moves along.”
Alexis Barrios, Sammy Lopez, Jairo Lopez and Brian Barrera rounded out the offense with one goal each.
“We’ve been trying to look for that true striker,” Moreno Sr. said. “We shook up a couple things up front. The team’s communicating a lot better. Instead of holding the ball too long, the guys are releasing the ball quicker and they’re creating those chances up front.”
Tech’s on the road Friday (4) at Chelsea.
Swampscott 3, Peabody 0
Swampscott improved to 2-1 on the season. Natalie Dominiconi, Scarlett Ciciotti and Jordan Waters scored one goal each.
Ciciotti, Isabella Monica, Maddy O’Brien and Sydney Marshall each logged one assist.
Swampscott hosts Marblehead Thursday (4) at Blocksidge Field.
Fenwick 8, Feehan 0
The Crusaders (3-0) remain undefeated.
Grace Morey led Fenwick with three goals and one assist. Cailyn Wesley added two goals and four assists. Kat Clancy (two goals) and Arianna Costello (goal) also contributed to the offense.
“We’re definitely off to a good start,” Crusaders coach Marybeth Mahoney said. “We played well as a team. Our defense was very strong and didn’t allow many opportunities the other way. The attack did a good job finishing in front of the net.”
Fenwick hosts Medfield Friday (4).
Marblehead 1, Beverly 0
Bryn Burton scored the game-winning goal on Jane O’Neil’s assist.
The Magicians travel to Swampscott Thursday (4).
Hamilton-Wenham 117, Classical 72
The Rams fell to 2-3 on the season. Top performers were Tim Nerich, Daniel Finnigan and Kyle McCarthy.
Classical hosts Northeast Regional in another non-conference match Thursday (4) at Gannon.
Fenwick 159, Peabody 69
At the Peabody Meadows, top performers for Fenwick were Tom Estella (31 points), Jake Murphy (30), Cade Buckley (27) and Nick Muzi (26).
The Crusaders (2-0) host Cardinal Spellman Wednesday (3).
Beverly 50, Marblehead 22
“Beverly’s very strong,” Marblehead coach Bob Green said. “They have a great team. We’re improving.
“We were only a point down after the first three matches. From No. 4 to No. 8, they just ran away with it. They have a strong team, great players with great swings. We’re improving. Our stroke average was 4.5 points better than it was in our first two matches. We’re working on it.”
Ben Weed shot 36 and was Marblehead’s lone winner. Ben’s brother, Matt, shot 40 and split his match. Gavin Lundgren shot 40 and lost a close match (5-4).
Marblehead (1-2) visits Peabody Monday (4).
“We’re improving,” Green said. “That was my whole objective with a young team. It takes a while for kids to come up to speed.”
Tech 3, Shawsheen 1
The Tigers improved to 2-1. Set scorers were 25-16, 17-25, 25-16 and 25-20.
Top performers were Nani Merced, Jailyn Enriquez, KK Carrasquillo and Delcy Ortiz.
Tech hosts Chelsea next Monday.