The Bishop Fenwick boys lacrosse team kept up its blazing-hot play over the weekend, putting together a solid game plan on both sides of the ball to take home a 13-6 win over Swampscott in a non-conference battle at Donaldson Stadium Saturday afternoon.
Liam Hill led the offensive charge for Fenwick with four goals, while Manny Alvarez-Segee and Anthony Sasso each had two goals and one assist. Aiden Anthony scored two goals, Jake Connolly had one goal and two assists. Max Grenert had one goal and one assist, while Brady McClung and Tyler Mullen each had one assist. Goalie George Kostolias made eight saves in the win.
For the Big Blue, Vinny Palmer had three goals to lead the way, while Zack Pierce scored two goals. Jason Codispoti had one goal and one assist, while Christian Pierro and Jack Russo each had one assist. Goalie Aidan Breault had a solid game in net with 11 saves.
Swampscott (8-3) travels to Masconomet Monday (4).
Fenwick (7-4) takes on rival St. Mary’s Monday (5).
St. Mary’s 7, Arlington Catholic 6
Behind four goals from Zach Barden and another two from Jackson Field, the Spartans notched a big road victory against a tough CCL opponent.
St. Mary’s (10-3) hosts rival Bishop Fenwick Monday (5).
St. Mary’s 3, Bishop Feehan 0 (Sunday)
The Spartans notched their fifth consecutive victory Sunday afternoon, getting a dominant pitching performance from Aiven Cabral in the win. Cabral went the distance, allowing just three hits while striking out nine batters.
On the offensive side, Terence Moynihan (2-for-3, double) and Tad Giardina (0-for-3) each had one RBI.
St. Mary’s (11-5) travels to Bishop Fenwick Monday (4).
Arlington Catholic at St. Mary’s (11) (Saturday)
Zach Fisher knocked an RBI single in the bottom of the first inning and that was the only scoring of the game as the Spartans picked up a win at Fraser Field.
John Nowicki earned the win on the mound after tossing five innings and striking out eight, while Terence Moynihan and Aiven Cabral also saw time on the mound.
Medford 12, Classical 4
Classical (3-3) hosts Everett Monday (4).
Salem 9, Winthrop 3 (F/5)
Jack Doyle and Robert Palacios led the way for the Witches, both going 1-for-2 with two RBI. Bobby Jellison (2-for-3), Tommy Beauregard (1-for-3), Ethan Doyle (0-for-2) and Radlan Pena (1-for-2) each had one RBI.
Jellison also earned the win on the mound, going all five innings and allowing three runs on five hits with 11 strikeouts.
For Winthrop, Bobby Hubert went 2-for-3 with one RBI, while Cam Conway went 1-for-3 with one RBI.
Salem (3-8) travels to Saugus Monday (4).
Peabody 3, Swampscott 2 (Sunday)
Justin Powers threw a complete game for the Tanners, letting up two runs on three hits with nine strikeouts and no walks to earn the win.
On the offensive side of things, Jacob Palharas went 1-for-3 with two RBI to pace the scoring. Giovani Guglielmo went 1-for-3 with a double, an RBI and a run scored. Mike Krause and Juan Tolentino also had hits in the win for the Tanners.
Swampscott (5-6) travels to Masconomet Monday (4).
Peabody (6-7) hosts Winthrop Wednesday night (7).
Danvers 8, Swampscott 1 (Saturday)
The Big Blue were locked in a close game until the fifth inning, when Danvers exploded for five runs and pulled away for the win.
Jonah Cadorette had a home run and the lone RBI in the loss for the Big Blue, while Pierce Friedman struck out six batters on the mound.
Marblehead 9, Beverly 7
Behind a six-run rally in the bottom of the sixth inning, the Magicians notched their ninth straight win.
Sami Loughlin had a massive game in the victory, going 4-for-4 with a double and two RBI. Liam McIlroy went 2-for-2 with two RBI, while Charlie Titus (2-for-4), Shane Keough (2-for-4) and Thomas Groom (1-for-4) each had one RBI.
Ben Weed battled for the win on the mound, tossing 6 1/3 innings and allowing seven runs on 12 hits with two strikeouts. AJ Andriano earned the save after pitching the final 2/3 of an inning.
Marblehead (10-2) travels to Gloucester Monday (4).
Lynnfield 8, Manchester-Essex 0
Lynnfield (6-7) travels to Pentucket Thursday (3:45).
St. Mary’s 9, Arlington Catholic 7 (F/8)
The Spartans battled back from a six-run deficit to force extra innings thanks in part to a two-run home run from Alyssa Grossi.
Revere 9, Medford 8
Revere (5-1) hosts Medford Monday (4) in the second half of a home-and-home series.
St. John’s Prep 58, Greater Lawrence 11
St. John’s Prep 50, St. John’s (Shrewsbury) 9
The Eagles swept their tri-match behind multiple wins from Tyler Knox (120 pounds), Elias Hajali (132), Adam Schaeublin (138), Ethan Barnes-Felix (145), Zach Richardson (220) and Charlie Smith (285).
The Prep also got wins from Alex Schaeublin (106), Rawson Iwanicki (152), Jordan Young (160), Cam Cummings (170), Garrett Dunn (182) and Dylan Greenstein (195).
St. John’s Prep (9-0) has a tri-match against Catholic Conference foes Xaverian and BC High Wednesday evening (5:30).
Tech 71, Mystic Valley 59
The Tigers got two wins from Kyle Lindquist, who took first in the discus and the javelin. Other winners for the Tigers were Isaiah Marshall in the 400 hurdles, Brian Zarate in the two-mile, Bryton Osgood in the 800 and Jordan Lee in the high jump. The 4×100 relay team of Michael Monbleau, Vincent Marino, Mario Rivera and Khalil Castro also took first place in the victory.
Tech (3-1) runs against KIPP Tuesday (4).
Mystic Valley 76, Tech 54
Angelina Castillo was a double-winner for the Tigers, taking first in the 800 and the two-mile. Other winners for Tech were Nayari Lane in the 400 hurdles, Skyla McGough in the 100 hurdles, Melanie Ortega in the discus, Adashia Castillo in the shot put and Dianne Pheum in the one-mile.
Tech (1-3) runs against KIPP Tuesday (4).