Olivia Waterman scored the game-winning goal for Lynn Classical Thursday. (Item File Photo)
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Soccer Roundup: Lynn Classical girls triumph over Revere

LYNN — The Lynn Classical girls soccer team continued their impressive play, defeating Revere 2-1 on Thursday night.

Ava Thurman converted from the spot and Olivia Waterman scored the game-winning goal from 25 yards out. 

The Rams also got another great performance from goalkeeper Anna Flaherty, who had 17 stops. The lone goal she gave up was the first she has allowed in conference play.

"The whole team played outstanding, every single one of them," said coach Mike Schena. "Revere came to play like I knew they would. They are an excellent team."

The Rams are now 10-0-2 this season.

GIRLS SOCCER

Marblehead 3, Winthrop 0

The scoring didn't come until the second half, but the Magicians were able to secure the win partially due to goalkeeper Catherine Comstock's sixth shutout of the season. Marblehead got goals from Carlin McGowan, Samantha Dormer, and Stella Monaco.

The Magicians are now 8-2-1 and play at Gloucester on Oct. 13 (4).

Swampscott 1, Beverly 0

Senior captain Sophie Digrande scored the winner for the Big Blue.

Swampscott is now 6-2-2 and faces Beverly once more on Monday.

BOYS SOCCER

KIPP 5, Greater Lawrence 0

With the victory, the Panthers secured a Commonwealth Athletic Conference Small Championship. Jeff Paz and Kenny DeLeon scored two goals and Gabriel Barrios found the back of the net once.

KIPP now boasts a record of 8-2.

Revere 3, Lynn Classical 1

Junior Elzon Halimi scored the lone goal for the Rams in what was described as an unlucky night by head coach Eric Moreno Jr. 

Lynn Classical is now 5-6-1 and will face Medford on Tuesday (4).

Medford 5, Lynn English 0

The Bulldogs had a disappointing night with some inconsistent defense, according to head coach Kerry King. 

Lynn English fell to 4-6-1 with the loss and faces Revere on Tuesday at Manning Field. (5:30)

St. John's Prep 6, Catholic Memorial 0

The Eagles tallied three goals in the first half and mirrored their output in the second. Ryder Vigsnes scored a goal for St. John's in its home victory.

The Eagles are now 6-2-2 and have another home match on Saturday against Revere (10).

Beverly 2, Swampscott 1

The Big Blue had a 1-0 lead entering the half courtesy of sophomore Lucas Bereaud. Head coach Adam Bailey said that his squad gave up a couple of goals that they shouldn't have and that made all the difference in the evenly-matched contest.

Swampscott is now 3-4 and faces Lowell Tech on Friday.

Marblehead 3, Winthrop 0

The Magicians were able to get the victory on the road thanks to goals from Brogan McGorray, Isaiah Pina, and Edward Foster. 

Marblehead is now 6-4-1 and faces Manchester Essex on Tuesday (4).

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