Hannah Coleman had four goals and two assists for St. Mary’s in a victory Saturday. (Item File Photo)

School Sports Roundup: St. Mary’s girls lacrosse tops St. Joseph Prep

The St. Mary's girls lacrosse team has hit a bit of a hot streak over the past few days, and the Spartans continued that streak on Saturday with a 13-7 win over St. Joseph Prep at Manning Field. 

Hannah Coleman led the offensive attack for the Spartans with four goals and two assists, while Avery Laundry and Ava Nason both had big games with two goals and one assist each. Molly Cummings and Kasey Litwin each scored two goals, while Gabbi Oakes added one goal and one assist. Maggie Pierce notched two assists and Cara Donato recorded one assist. Goalie Payton Quirk had yet another big game between the pipes, notching 10 saves to earn the win in net. 

St. Mary's (4-10-1) plays on the road at Bishop Stang Monday evening (5:30).


Lynn Tech 6, Salem Academy 3

The Tigers put up three insurance runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to help secure the victory. 

Domenic Giordano had a solid day at the plate in the win, going 2-for-2 with a double, one RBI and two runs scored. Josh Celly added two hits and two runs scored, while Roman Valdes had a single and a run scored. 

Will McCafferty picked up the win on the mound for Tech after striking out 10 batters through six innings, while Ben Tartarini came on to earn the save with a scoreless seventh. 

Lynn Tech (8-4) hosts Innovation Tuesday (4).

Bishop Fenwick 12, Archbishop Williams 2 (F/5)

It was a close game early on, but the Crusaders exploded offensively over the final two innings to run away with the win. 

Chris Faraca had a double and two singles with three RBI and two runs scored, while Nick Villano (two doubles, single) and Gianni Mercurio (two singles) each had two RBI. Anthony Marino, Andrew McKenzie, Dan Reddick and Bryce Leaman each had one RBI in the victory.

Mike Geissler picked up the win on the mound after going two innings of no-hit relief, striking out three batters. Marino got the start and earned the no-decision after going three innings and allowing two runs on five hits with one strikeout. 

Bishop Fenwick (7-9) goes up against Cardinal Spellman Monday (3:30).

Gloucester 6, Lynn English 1

Despite only trailing 2-1 heading into the seventh inning, the Bulldogs allowed four runs in the top of the inning and couldn't come back. 

It was a tough day at the plate for English, which only recorded three hits on the day. Chris Figuereo Perez, Yordy Contreras and Guilmer Galva each had one hit in the loss, while Galva and Contreras each stole one base. 

Lynn English (8-5) plays on the road at Chelsea Monday (4).

Saugus 7, Salem 3

Cam Soroko and Anthony Cicolini led the offensive attack in the win for the Sachems, as Soroko went 2-for-2 with a triple, a double and two RBI and Cicolini going 3-for-5 with a triple and two RBI. Michael Howard (1-for-3) and Matt MacEachern (1-for-3) each had one RBI, while Drew Gardner (2-for-2), Braden Faiella (1-for-4) and Anthony Macone (1-for-3) all had hits. 

Macone picked up the win on the mound after getting the start and going four innings, allowing three runs on two hits with five strikeouts. Nathan Ing pitched the final three innings, allowing just two hits while striking out five. 

Saugus (8-7) hosts Beverly Wednesday (4).

Rocco Ryan and Robert Palacios each went 2-for-4 in the loss for the Witches, while Jack Doyle (0-for-3) had the lone RBI. 

Salem (1-12) hosts Beverly Monday (4).

Masconomet 13, Winthrop 3

Joe Ferullo went 1-for-2 with a double and the lone RBI for the Vikings, while Colin Kinsella went 2-for-2 with two triples in the loss. Matt DeCarney (1-for-2), Phil Boncore (1-for-2) and Evan Rockerfeller (1-for-2) each had a hit. 

Winthrop (7-9) hosts Peabody Wednesday (4).

Newburyport 5, Lynnfield 2

Lynnfield (6-9) travels to Triton Tuesday (3:45).


Saugus 14, Melrose 8

The Sachems exploded for 20 hits in an offensive barrage on Sunday afternoon. 

Kaitlyn Pugh went 3-for-5 with a single, a double, a triple and three RBI to lead the way, while Devany Millerick (4-for-5, three doubles), Gianna Costa (3-for-4) and Felicia Alexander (2-for-3) each had two RBI. Felicia Reppucci went 2-for-6 with one RBI, while Ryann Moloney went 2-for-5 with one RBI.

Fallon Millerick picked up the win in the circle, tossing a complete game and allowing eight runs (four earned) on nine hits with three strikeouts. 

Saugus (8-6) plays on the road at Salem Monday (4:30).

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