The St. Mary’s golf team earned a non-conference win Tuesday afternoon at Gannon Golf Club, taking down Marblehead 163-126.
Pete Pagliuca led the way for St. Mary’s with 30 points, while Luke Smith had 29 points. Luke Sargent added 27 points, Sean Mathers had 22 points and Ethan Weisse had 21 points. Rich Pagliuca and Eric Bridges each had 17 points in the victory.
The Spartans (12-4) are back in action Wednesday (3) with a road match against St. John’s Prep at Far Corner Golf Club in Boxford.
Matt Weed led the way for Marblehead, netting three birdies to shoot a 38 and earned 30 points. Ben Weed and Gavin Lundgren each scored 20 points for the Magicians.
Marblehead (5-7) takes on Danvers Thursday (4).
Classical 42 1/2, Saugus 29 1/2
Classical 42, Revere 30
Classical improved to 13-5 overall on the season after notching a pair of conference wins in a tri-match at Cedar Glen Golf Course.
The Rams take on English Thursday (4) at Gannon Golf Club.
Salem 37, Gloucester 35
The Witches punched their ticket to the state tournament with a victory on the road at Bass Rocks Golf Club.
“It’s always a big goal at the beginning of the year, so to qualify for the tournament with still a few games to go is a great feeling,” said Salem coach Tom Doyle.
Ethan Doyle (6 1/2-2 1/2), Bobby Jellison (6 1/2-2 1/2), Brady Tremblay (5-4) and Jon Wasserman (5 1/2-3 1/2) were all winners for the Witches.
Salem (9-6) hosts Revere Wednesday (4) at Olde Salem Greens.
Swampscott 39, Winthrop 33
Swampscott got wins from Aidan Graciale (5-4), Lou Spellios (7 1/2-1 1/2), Nate Stern (5-4), Aidan Tierney (7-2) and Dawson DiBarri (5-4). Danny DiLisio tied his match (4 1/2-4 1/2).
The Big Blue (9-3) travel to Gloucester Thursday (4).
English 6, Gloucester 2
Chris Lazo, Ryan Lima and Jalen Coriolan scored two goals apiece. Obed Baswa and Alberto Ampudia led the defense. Goalie Jack Mancaniello recorded three saves.
English (11-0-1) travels to Saugus Friday (4).
KIPP 9, Pioneer 0
Marco Escobar netted three more goals — bringing his season total to a league-high 16 — in the victory. Angel Zuniga led the way with four goals, while Diego Bamaca and James Paz each scored one goal. Jorge Zapata earned the shutout in net.
KIPP (5-2) takes on Prospect Hill Saturday morning (8:15).
Tech 2, PMA 1
Helen Pojoy scored two goals in Tech’s win, while Felicity Blaney-Williams and Sheily Gomez each had an assist.
Tech (4-7) hosts Whittier Thursday (4).
Classical 3, Revere 0
The Rams won a close match by set scores of 25-22, 25-21, 25-23.
Amber Crayton had a big game with 11 service points and five kills, while Kiara Edmonds also had 11 service points. Pamela Diaz added 13 digs, Jean Gupton-Morrison had six assists and Cherish Nwoko had five kills.
Classical (11-2) hosts Winthrop Thursday evening (5).
Fenwick 4, Wilmington 0
With the shutout victory, the Crusaders earned a berth in the state tournament.
Cailyn Wesley scored three goals to pace the offense, while Kat Clancy added one goal. Goalie Cat Elias had seven saves in the shutout win.
Fenwick (9-1) hosts Swampscott Thursday (4).
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Danvers 23, Swampscott 34
The top finishers for Swampscott were Michael Ferragamo (fourth place), Chip Cronin (sixth place), Matt Brown (seventh place) Jamie Godwin (eighth place) and Dylan Brawley (ninth place).
Beverly 28, Marblehead 29
The Magicians had two of the top three finishers in the race despite the loss, with Loeden Rodrigues finishing first (16:00) and Peter Clifford finishing third (16:23).
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Danvers 20, Swampscott 41
The top finishers for the Big Blue in the loss were Olivia King (third place), Emma Sands (fifth place) Gigi Dishman (10th place) Nev Dion (11th place) and Elizabeth Green (12th place).