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School Sports Roundup: St. Mary’s golf closes regular season on winning note

Sean Mathers of St. Mary's tallied 21 points during Wednesday's win. (Olivia Falcigno)

The St. Mary’s golf team closed out its season in style Wednesday afternoon, taking down Gloucester 141-105 in a non-conference matchup at Gannon Golf Club.

“It was a great regular season for us, we really came out strong and kept it up the whole year,” said St. Mary’s coach Jay Fiste. “We only lost two conference games all year, and the other three losses were to Division 1 teams (St. John’s Prep twice and BC High). We played in a really competitive league and I think it made us better.”

Luke Smith and Pete Pagliuca led the way for the Spartans with 23 points each, while Andrew Luciano had 22 points. Sean Mathers (21 points), Luke Sargent (21 points), Ethan Weisse (17 points) and Matt Frary (14 points) also played well in the win.

Next up for the Spartans (13-5) is the Catholic Central League tournament Friday morning (7:30) at Gannon. After that, St. Mary’s will compete in the Division 3 North tournament Monday (8:30) at Sandy Burr Country Club in Wayland.


Marblehead 40 1/2, Somerville 31 1/2

Winners for Marblehead were Gavin Lundgren (5 1/2-3 1/2), Jacob Nagel (6 1/2-2 1/2), Jack Sontz (5-4), Dylan Callaghan (6-3) and Drake Wyman (6-3).

Marblehead (6-9) hosts Peabody Thursday (4) in its season finale at Tedesco Country Club.

Swampscott 52, Peabody 20 

Winners for the Big Blue (10-3-1) were Danny Dilisio (6-3), Lou Spellios (7 1/2-1 1/2), Aidan Graciale (8 1/2- 1/2), Nate Stern (7-2), Aidan Tierney (7 1/2-1 1/2), Brenden Sheehan (5 1/2-3 1/2) and Dawson DiBarri (6 1/2-2 1/2).   

Swampscott wraps the regular season Thursday (4) at Danvers. 

Williams 223, St. John’s 230

The Eagles (18-1) dropped their final match of the regular season. 

Top performers were Robbie Forti (36 points), Alex Landry (37), Aidan LeBlanc (37), Brandon Farrin (38), Emmet Phelan (40) and Oliver Hermann (42). 


Saugus 3, TechBoston 1

“We had a ton of shots and chances,” Saugus coach Josh Hickey said. “We moved the ball well.” 

James Rodrigues, Ben Tapia-Gately and Nick Alves scored one goal each. 

The Sachems (4-10) travel to TechBoston to complete the home and home series Friday (4). 

Fenwick 4, Arlington Catholic 1

Liam Chricton scored two goals, while Andrew Perry and Sean Kern each netted one goal as Fenwick improved to 8-4-1 on the season. 

Austin Prep 3, St. Mary’s 2

Kevin Perez scored both St. Mary’s goal with assists from Eduardo Toranzo and Ryan Fraher. Spartans goalie Jacob Guarino recorded nine saves. Connor Hamel and Aidan Sullivan also played well. 

The Spartans take on Tech Thursday (6). 


St. Mary’s 2, Austin Prep 2

Sophomore defender Jayda Mateo scored both St. Mary’s goals on direct kicks. Goalie Eliza Brown made four saves. 

“It was a hard-fought game,” St. Mary’s coach Jim Foley said. “We were down 2-0 and we tied it up. Jayda scored on two great shots. It was a great team performance. I’m proud of the effort.” 

St. Mary’s, now 7-6-2, needs two points to qualify for the Division 4 North state tournament. The Spartans host Williams Monday (3:45). 


Marblehead 23, Danvers 34

Magicians Logan Rodriguez and Peter Clifford finished first and second, respectively. Marblehead finished the regular season 5-1 and awaits the NEC Championship Meet, scheduled for Oct. 26. 

Classical 34, Gloucester 21

Top performers for Classical were Kevin Baker (fourth overall, 18:46) and Max Gonzalez (fifth overall, 19:01). The Rams (3-4) host Revere Friday (4). 


Classical 15, Gloucester 50

Classical’s Rachel Brennan finished first overall at 20:11. Miriam Bamaca (20:56) was a close second. Classical (5-2) hosts Revere Friday (4). 


Marblehead 3, Saugus 0

Brynn Burton scored two goals to power Marblehead’s attack. Jessica Burton added one goal. Jane O’Neil, Julie Arts and Maddy Dimare each had one assist. 


Lynnfield 3, Masconomet 0

Lynnfield logged its 15th consecutive straight-set victory on Dig Pink night. 

Lynnfield resident Todd Angilly, the Boston Bruins new anthem singer, kicked off the evening with an energy-filled rendition.

The Pioneers cruised through the first set, 25-13. Masconomet gave them a real battle in the second and had set point at 24-23  but Lynnfield rallied and ran off the final three points, the final two on an Ella Gizmunt (10 kills, three aces) ace and Sam Lebruska kill, to take the set 26-24. The third set was also close and was tied at 19-19. Melissa Morelli (15 assists, 11 kills, three aces) closed out the set with straight service points, the match-clincher coming on a Gizmunt kill. Sophia Wilkinson had a good all-around game with 17 assists and three kills.

The Pioneers have faced a set point only three times in 45 sets so far this season, two against Masconomet.

Lynnfield’s (15-0) next match is at Arlington Catholic Friday (5).

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