School Sports Roundup: Kern nets two in Fenwick’s rivalry win

Fenwick's Sean Kern (left) scored two goals in Monday's win. (Item Photo by Owen O'Rourke)

The Fenwick boys soccer team swept its season series over Catholic Central League rival St. Mary’s with a 5-1 win over the Spartans Monday at Manning Field. 

Captain Sean Kern continued his stellar season with two goals and two assists. Cormac Hinchey (goal, assist), Aidan Dwyer (goal) and Andrew Perry (goal) rounded out the offense. Ryan Morganstern dished one assist. Jameson Martinez controlled the middle. 

Fenwick (7-3) hosts Spellman Wednesday (3:30). 

For St. Mary’s, Matt Gallego scored on Eduardo Toranzo’s assist. Eighth-graders Jacob Guarino and Cade Cornell played well. 

The Spartans travel to Arlington Catholic Friday (3:45). 


Classical 3, Danvers 0

Jenner Robles led Classical with two goals and Fernando Gomez netted one. Alex Ixlaj dished two assists and Maycol Macario had one. 

Classical (10-1-2) travels to Salem Friday (4). 

English 1, Beverly 0 

Ryan Lima scored the game-winner in the 15th minute. Obed Baswa, Ryan Zollo, Andric Barrios and Yonel Espinoza played well defensively. Jack Mancaniello recorded the shutout with five saves. 

English hosts Gloucester Tuesday (3:45). 

Peabody 7, Saugus 0

The win was Peabody coach Stan McKeen’s 250th.

Kyle Joyce (two goals), Edward Santos (two), Cairo Dalifour (one), Danny Norman (one) and Johnny D’Alleva (one) each scored for Peabody. Victor Maciel had two assists and Bjorn Shurdha tallied three assists. 

Peabody (8-3) needs two wins to punch its ticket to the state tournament. The Tanners travel to Marblehead Thursday (4). 

Swampscott 3, Winthrop 0 

Fernando Barranco scored two goals and Thomas Poska added one. Vincent Palmer, Alex Greenfield and Malik Khatib each had one assist. 

Mason Bergeron logged five saves. 

Swampscott hosts Beverly Thursday (7). 

KIPP 5, Pioneer Charter 3

Marco Escobar’s four goals led the Panthers (4-2) to victory. Kenny De Leon netted one goal. 

The Panthers host Pioneer Charter II Tuesday (7:15). 

St. John’s 4, Everett 2

Zach Vlachos (two goals), Garrison Jorge (one) and Seamus O’Connor (first varsity goal) scored for the Eagles. 

St. John’s (9-1-1) travels to Catholic Memorial Wednesday (7). 


Swampscott 6, Winthrop 0

Big Blue goalie Lillian Gosselin logged the shutout with four saves. 

Mackenzie Kearney’s hat trick led the offense, along with two goals from Emerson Laundry and one goal from Laine Foutes. 

Swampscott (8-3) travels to undefeated Beverly Friday (4). 

Fenwick 1, St. Mary’s 0

Spartans goalie Eliza Brown played well in net but the Spartans couldn’t find their offense. 

St. Mary’s (6-6) hosts Arlington Catholic Wednesday (7). 

Danvers 8, Classical 0 

Abby Cash (two goals) and Arianna Bezanson led Danvers’ offense.

The Falcons (11-1) host Peabody Friday (4).


Classical 45, Winthrop 27

Classical’s top performers were Tim Nerich, Matt Devin, Kyle McCarthy and Adam Mariano. The Rams (11-5) have a tri-match Tuesday (4) against Saugus and Revere. 

BC High 208, St. Mary’s 130

The top performers in the loss for St. Mary’s were Luke Smith (24 points), Pete Pagliuca (23 points), Ethan Weisse (19 points), Sean Mathers (19 points) and Luke Sargent (17 points). 

The Spartans (11-4) host Marblehead Tuesday (4). 

Swampscott 41 1/2, Marblehead 30 1/2

The Big Blue captured the Tedesco Cup, also qualifying for the state tournament. Winners for Swampscott were Aidan Graciale (6-3), Aidan Tierney (6 1/2-2 1/2), Brendan Sheehan (6 1/2-2 1/2), Nate Maercklein 5 1/2-3 1/2) and Will Roddy (5-4). Danny DiLisio and Lou Spellios tied their respective matches (4 1/2-4 1/2).

Swampscott (8-3) hosts Winthrop Tuesday (4).

The lone winner for Marblehead was Jacob Nagel, who won his match 6-3. Ben Weed and Matt Weed tied their respective matches (4 1/2-4 1/2).

The Magicians take on St. Mary’s Tuesday (4).

Salem 41 1/2, Somerville 30 1/2

Salem’s top performers were Bobby Jellison, Joe Parr, Brady Tremblay, Jayren Romero and Jon Wasserman, who each won their matches. 

Salem (8-6) travels to Gloucester Tuesday (4). 


Classical 3, Malden 1

The Rams punched their ticket to the state tournament and also saw their coach Frank DeLuca notch his 100th career win. Classical won by set scores of 25-20, 16-25, 25-16, 25-17. 

Pamela Diaz had a big game with 13 service points, five aces and 10 digs, while Amber Crayton had 10 service points, five aces, three kills and seven assists. Jean Gupton-Morrison added nine service points, two aces and four kills, while Cherish Nwoko and Chloe Clement each had six kills. Kiara Edmonds had five kills, while Vanessa Oscar had three kills.

Classical (10-2) travels to Revere Tuesday (5:30).

Lynnfield 3, Georgetown 0

The Pioneers won their 13th match in a row with set scores of 25-10, 25-13 and 25-7. 

Senior captain Melissa Morelli, who already owns the school record for career assists, had only two service attempts, but she made her first serve of night a good one. She ripped it down the line to tie Caroline Shannon’s program record for career aces (202). Shannon set the mark in 2013. 

Morelli finished with 16 assists and 13 kills. Ella Gizmunt finished with 11 aces and six kills, while Ashley Pagliuca had 22 service points and 15 digs. Sophia Wilkinson had 13 assists to go along with five aces, while Sofia Ciriello had six aces. Jillian Babine was a force in the third set with five kills.

Marblehead 3, Salem 0

The Magicians won by set scores of 25-13, 25-6, 25-8.

Anna Schluter had three kills, while Abby Schwartz had eight service points. Arianna Michaud added nine aces. 

Marblehead (9-4) hosts Swampscott Thursday (5:30).


Marblehead 1, Swampscott 0

Mae Colwell scored the lone goal for the Magicians, while Bryn Burton had one assist. Callie O’Neill, Catherine Bontaites, Emma Ferrante, Maddie Dimare, Lydia Hurley, Sammi Bendicksen, Julie Arts, Leah Veprek, Grace Orloff and Abby Robinson also played well in the win. Goalie Annabelle Tanger earned the shutout in net.

Marblehead (6-4-1) travels to Gloucester Thursday (7).

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