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School Sports Roundup: Lynnfield girls cross country races to victory

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The Lynnfield girls cross-country team came out on top against Manchester Essex with a 16-47 victory in Wednesday’s meet.

Maddie Daigle led the way with a personal-best time of 19:57 (1st overall). She was followed by Julia Seelig, who also ran a personal-best time of 20:48 (second overall).

Behind Seelig was fellow captain Kaleigh Weeks, who ran 21:16 (third overall). Viola Wertz was next, with a time of 21:33 (fourth overall), and rounding out the top five for Lynnfield was Olivia Goguen, who ran 21:39 (sixth overall).

The Spartans are now 2-3 and head to Wrentham for the Cape Ann League meet on October 30th.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Lynn Classical 19, Malden 50

Mia Kebreau (23:58) came in first place for the girls while Thatiana Rodriguez (29:44) came in third.

Bishop Fenwick at CCL Championship

The Crusaders came in fourth place overall, as Maria Ryan (22:20) had the best race for Bishop Fenwick coming in at 19th overall. 

St. Mary’s at CCL Championship

The Spartans finished sixth overall, as Kelsey Kwiatek (21:37) had the seventh-best time on Wednesday.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Malden 23, Lynn Classical 32

Kevin Baker (18:34) and Christian Gonzalez (19:32) had the best performances for the Rams.

Manchester-Essex 28, Lynnfield 29

John McKrell lost a close race against Manchester-Essex’s top runner. McKrell ran a personal best of 16:56 (second overall). Behind him was Angelo DeLuca, who ran a personal best time of 17:27 (third overall).

The Spartans are now 0-5 and head to Wrentham for the Cape Ann League meet on Oct. 30.

Bishop Fenwick at CCL Championship

The Crusaders came in fourth place overall, as Declan Smith came in 6th with a time of 17:45.

St. Mary’s at CCL Championship

The Spartans came in third, as Kyle Kwiatek (17:08) had a day to remember finishing in second.

GIRLS SOCCER

Arlington Catholic 1, St. Mary’s 0

The Spartans fall to 5-8-2 and play Mystic Valley at Manning Field on Saturday (10).

Marblehead 6, Salem 1

The Magicians took home the win on Senior Night at Piper Field behind two goals and two assists from Cait Mullins. Annie Sheridan, Ella Kramer and Samantha Dormer each had one goal and one assist, while Annika Haley added one goal.

Marblehead (11-3-1) is off until Monday (6) when it hosts Melrose.

BOYS SOCCER

Lynn Tech 1, Greater Lowell 0

Gregory Amissi scored the game-winning goal in stoppage time for the Tigers. 

Lynn Tech is now 11-3-1 and plays Nashoba Valley Tech next Thursday (5:30).

Peabody 3, Swampscott 0

Mahmoud Mishal, Hugo Countinho, and Mattie Calver scored for the Tanners.

Peabody is now 6-7 and faces Danvers on Saturday (10). 

Masconomet 1, St. John’s Prep 0

The Eagles are now 8-4-3 this season.

Austin Prep 5, Bishop Fenwick 2

Ryan Noci and Mehdi Khemmich scored for the Crusaders.

Bishop Fenwick plays Malden Catholic on Friday (6). 

FIELD HOCKEY

Swampscott 1, Marblehead 0

The lone goal for the Big Blue was scored by Meg O’Brien and assisted by Isabella Modica.

“The team fought hard and worked together to get the win,” said Coach Courtney Russo.

Swampscott is now 10-4-2 and faces Masconomet on Wednesday.

VOLLEYBALL 

Peabody 3, Danvers 0

The Tanners won three straight sets (25-21, 25-17, 25-11) on Wednesday night. 

Abby Bettencourt had 24 assists and six kills while Isabel  Bettencourt had 14 kills and 11 digs.

Peabody is now 12-4 and faces Swampscott on Thursday night, when the Tanners celebrate senior night.

Innovation 3, Lynn Tech 1

The Tigers fell by set scores of 24-26, 28-30, 25-18, 18-25.

Derlande Montas had a solid game with 12 kills and two blocks, while Jasinairy Camilo contributed six assists and two aces. Lilly Cote had five assists and three aces, while Ariella Long had eight digs and three aces

Tech (5-7) hosts Northeast Friday (4).

Marblehead 3, Masconomet 2

The Magicians won a marathon match by set scores of 23-25, 25-18, 23-25, 25-21, 15-10. 

Keira Sweetnam led the offense with 14 kills, seven digs and three aces, while Isabel Wabno had 12 kills, seven digs and four aces. Lilah Thompson and Nicolette Tetti combined for 19 kills and five blocks in the win, while Cailtin Parkman had 27 digs and Julia Potvin had 27 assists.

Marblehead (12-3) takes on Ipswich Friday (5:30).

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