Seven different goal scorers led the St. Mary’s girls soccer team to a 7-0 win over Cathedral Wednesday afternoon.
Scoring for St. Mary’s were Gaby Diaz, Susannah Cornell, Kayla Demers, Julia Nickolau, Jamie Germano, Maggie Pierce and seventh-grader Brooke Moloney (first varsity goal).
“It was excellent to see Brooke score her first goal,” St. Mary’s coach Jim Foley said. “It was really nice.”
The Spartans (3-0) visit St. Joseph Friday (3:45).
“I think we’re doing well,” Foley said. “We’ve gotten some scoring from Gaby, Kayla and Julia and that’s setting the tone for us. We struggled with scoring goals a bit last year. I know the schedule will get tougher but it’s good to get off to a good start. Hopefully we can keep it going.
“We’re looking forward to keeping our strong play going and competing.”
Saugus 4, Salem 0
At Anna Parker Field, Jordan Morris’ two goals led the Sachems to their second consecutive win. Haley McLaughlin and Madison Goyetche scored one goal each.
Goalie Alex Inferrera logged her first varsity shutout with five saves.
Coach Chris Coviello said Saugus’ three captains, Kiley Ronan, Jessica Nazzaro and Shaylin Groark, all played well.
Saugus (2-1) hosts Northeast next Monday (4).
Classical 5, Winthrop 3
Scoring for the Rams were Jenner Robles, Brian Morales, Gabriel Saramento, Alex Ixlaj and Diogo Prado. Brian Morales and Jair Alvarez logged assists.
Classical (4-0) renews its rivalry with English Thursday (3:45).
Swampscott 3, Marblehead 3
Swampscott’s goals were scored by Nick Sirota, Valerio Tatafiore and Malik Khatib. Goalkeeper Oscar Hale had nine saves in the draw.
Gloucester 3, Peabody 2
Peabody goals were scored by Kyle Joyce and Cairo Galifour.
“Our defense made a couple tactical errors down the stretch,” Tanners coach Stan McKeen said. “We had a 2-1 lead down the stretch and Gloucester put two shots in the back of the net.”
Peabody (1-1) hosts Beverly Saturday (2:30) for the Tanners’ home opener.
Salem 2, Saugus 1
Saugus (0-2) aims for its first victory Friday (4) when the Sachems host TechBoston.
Swampscott 43 1/2-Salem 28 1/2
Behind a team-best 39 from Aidan Graciale, the Big Blue earned a conference win. Graciale won his match 7 1/2-1 1/2.
Other winners for Swampscott were Nate Stern (6-3), Brendan Sheehan (7-2) and Matt Spillane (5 1/2-3 1/2). Lou Spellios and Aidan Tierney both tied their respective matches (4 1/2-4 1/2).
Swampscott (2-1) takes on Danvers Monday (4) at Tedesco Country Club.
For Salem, Ethan Doyle was the lone winner (6-3). Bobby Jellison and Alex L’Heureux both tied their respective matches (4 1/2-4 1/2).
The Witches (1-3) travel to Gannon Thursday (4) to face English.
St. John’s Prep 230, St. Mary’s 158
The Spartans got solid performances from Luke Sargent (31 points), Aidan Emmerich (29 points), Luke Smith (27 points), Rich Pagliuca (19 points) and Andrew Potter (19 points).
St. Mary’s (5-1) plays on the road against Fenwick Thursday (4) at The Meadow at Peabody.
Danvers 3, Marblehead 0
Marblehead fell by set scores of 17-25, 19-25, 20-25. Abby Schwartz and Anna Arbo combined for 20 digs in the loss, while Arbo had five kills on her own. Emme Smith had 12 assists.
Beverly 3, Peabody 0
The Tanners lost by set scores of 18-25, 13-25, 20-25. Samantha Silva led the way with seven service points and two aces, while Aaliyah Alleyne had five kills.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Tech 22, Northeast 35
Bryan Deleon finished in first place to lead the way for the Tigers, while Aiden Ramos finished in third place. Jerremiah Arzola finished in fourth place and Kayden Greene finished in fifth place.
Swampscott 38, Classical 21
Winners for Classical were Kevin Baker, Max Gonzalez and Joshua Stone.
Swampscott’s winners were Dylan Brawley, Matt Brown, Jamie Goodwin, Ben Neilan and Chip Cronin.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Tech 28, Northeast 29
The Tigers saw three runners finish in the top five, led by Angelina Castillo in first place. Victoria Hong finished in fourth place, while Nuria Perez finished in fifth place.
Swampscott 36, Classical 25
Rachel Brennan and Miriam Bamaca logged wins for Classical.
Leading the way for the Big Blue were Olivia King, Emma Sands, Elizabeth Green, Gigi Dishman and Autumn LaRiviere.