Roundup for Monday, Oct. 8

Boys’ soccer

Oxford 1, David Prouty 0 — Senior Donny Freeland scored to lead the visiting Pirates.

Gardner 1, Lunenburg 1 — Sam Christensen opened the scoring for the Blue Knights (7-1-3, 4-1-1 Wachusett A) with an assist from Sam Keegan, and George Thornton, assisted by Jose Herrera, tied it later in the first half for the visiting Wildcats (6-2-1, 2-2-2).

Holy Name 2, Whitinsville Christian 1 — Michael Romeo's second goal broke a 1-1 tie in the 55th minute as the Naps (5-5-1) upended the Crusaders (3-2-2) at Worcester Academy. Romeo gave Holy Name a 1-0 halftime lead with his first goal late in the first half. Ben Babbit recorded the assist on both goals. Caleb Holt pulled Whitinsville Christian even in the 44th minute.

St. John's Prep 3, Danvers 1 — Senior Brooks Clark led the Eagles (10-1) with two goals.

Canton 6, Tyngsborough 1 — Senior forward Michael Denehy scored two goals for the Bulldogs (6-5).

Arlington 2, Melrose 0 — Senior striker Fernando Cuervo-Torello accounted for both Spy Ponders goals, giving him seven tallies on the season.

Somerville 5, Brookline 2 — The second-ranked Highlanders (9-0-1) clinched a postseason berth on the strength of a two-goal performance by senior Felix DeBona.

BC High 2, Cheverus (Maine) 1 — Senior forward Caleb Long blasted home the winner in the second half, his fourth goal of the season, as the Eagles improved to 8-1-1.

North Shore 2, Cathedral 1 — Senior captain Ron Donahue scored both goals for the Bulldogs.

Chelsea 3, Everett 1 — Hector Ramirez scored the winning goal for the Red Devils.

Beverly 5, Winthrop 0 — Senior Conor Leahy recorded his second consecutive hat trick and added two assists to lead the Panthers (6-3-2).

Nantucket 2, Archbishop Williams 1 — Stephen Brown rallied the Whalers with the tying goal and Chris Sylvia notched the winner in the final minute.

Milton 5, North Quincy 0 — Five different players scored for Milton and Nick Hayward recorded his fourth shutout of the season.

Peabody 3, Gloucester 2 — The Tanners (6-1-2) overcame a 2-0 halftime deficit with help from Tommy Drover (one goal, one assist) and the winning goal from Shawn Bernardo.

Weymouth 1, Oliver Ames 0 — Senior captain Mike Lynch scored the lone goal for the Wildcats (10-3-0).

Boys’ golf

Whitman-Hanson 261, Martha's Vineyard 239 — Mike Debettencourt shot a 36 for the Vineyarders.

Nashoba 28, Marlborough 26 — Alec Dempsey's 40 led the visiting Chieftains (8-4-1, 4-3 Midland B) past the Panthers (7-5, 5-2) at par-36 Marlboro CC. Marlboro's Jason Short had the day's low score with a 38.

Braintree 64.5, Weymouth 43.5 — Andrew Brooks shot an even-par 36 for the Wamps. The victory qualified Braintree for the state tournament.

Wachusett 204, St. John's (Shrewsbury) 195 — Senior Dan Lynch shot a 1-over 37 to lead the host Pioneers (12-1) past the Mountaineers (8-7-1) at Wachusett CC.

Girls’ soccer

Whitinsville Christian 2, West Boylston 1 — Kate Monaghan and Molly Stark scored in a span of 2:01 midway through the second half and goalie Jordan Dion made some key saves down the stretch as the host Crusaders (3-9-1) held off the Lions (6-1-2). Stark assisted on Monaghan's goal at 59:38 and then scored the winner on a direct kick at 61:39. Erin Fleming scored off an assist from Amy Peterson at 73:01 to pull West Boylston within a goal.

Oxford 2, David Prouty 1 — Eighth-grader Korra Joubert scored twice in the first half, assisted both times by Rececca Nguyen, for the visiting Pirates (5-6-1). Ashley O'Hara's free kick had given David Prouty (2-9-1) a 1-0 lead.

Peabody 6, Gloucester 0 — The Tanners (9-0) qualified for the Division 1 state tournament behind senior strikers Hayley Dowd (two goals, two assists) and Victoria Digiacomo (two goals, one assist).

Central Catholic 6, Billerica 1 — Junior Courtney Walsh and sophomore Alli Wiggins each scored two goals for the Raiders (10-0).

Winchester 0, Wilmington 0 — The Middlesex Freedom leader, Wilmington, played Middlesex Liberty leader Winchester to a scoreless draw. Freshman Kellie Souza had five saves for Wilmington. Dierdre Macrorie had four saves for the Sachems.

Burlington 1, Belmont 1 — Senior Katie Han pulled the Red Devils even with a blast that went to the top-right corner of the net with ten minutes remaining in the game and keeper Ariana Rivera helped preserve the tie with 17 saves.

Manchester Essex 2, Somerville 1 — Senior keeper Ella Silag Sterns had 20 saves for the Hornets (2-8) who got goals from junior Rachel Daley and senior Quincy Prior.

Stoneham 5, Lexington 1 — Senior Amanda Mohammadi had three goals and two assists for the Spartans (7-5).

Everett 6, Randolph 1 — Kayle Ringdahl (hat trick), Juliana Martins (two goals), and Sheryl Steeves (one goal) led the Crimson Tide (3-5-2).

Tyngsborough 2, Hudson 0 — Jenna Durkin and Amanda Hogan scored, while Kaylee Morin earned the shutout for the host Tigers (8-3-1). The Hawks are 1-8.

KIPP Academy 1, Salem Academy 0 — Briana Collins had 10 saves for the shutout and Mariangeliz Caldaron scored a first-half goal.

Shawsheen 2, Malden 0 — Arianna Medeiros and Kristen Carroll scored for the Rams (11-0).

Field hockey

Nipmuc 1, Wachusett 1 — Junior Anna Guiney scored on a tip-in off a penalty corner 10 minutes into the second half to lift the host Mountaineers (6-3-1) to a tie with the Warriors. Junior Julianna Miccile scored in the first half for Nipmuc (7-4-1).

David Prouty 1, Oxford 0 — Toni Doldo scored midway through the second half on an assist from Kayla Pugliese to lift the host Panthers (3-5-1) past the Pirates (2-10). Danielle Huston made four saves in the shutout.

Narragansett 2, Mahar 1 — Megan LeBlanc and Summer Moulton scored the goals to give the Warriors (7-3) a 2-0 lead and they held on for a road win. Jillian Valley scored for the Senators.

Tantasqua 1, East Longmeadow 1 — Alexa Baker put the Warriors (2-5-3) ahead five minutes into the game, but East Longmeadow tied it with four minutes lef in a match played at Smith College. Kaylee Derosches made four saves for Tantasqua.

Walpole 3, Andover 0 — Junior Brooke Matherson scored all three goals as the No. 3 Rebels (11-0) handed the No. 5 Golden Warriors (9-2) their second straight defeat.

Pentucket 2, Rockport 0 — Senior captain Tori Stofford accounted for both goals for the Sachems (6-4-1) and senior defender Ellen Gulezian spearheaded the shutout effort.

Peabody 3, Salem 0 — Junior Jenna Ferullo netted her 12th goal of the season and senior Jill Sims had a goal in leading the Tanners (6-2-3)

Swampscott 2, Beverly 1 — The Big Blue (9-1-1) used a strong defensive effort, led by sweeper Nora Walker and goalie Katie Samilijan (17 saves), to hand the Panthers (9-1) their first loss of the season. Swampscott got goals from Christina King and Sammi Sinrich.

Dedham 6, Ursuline 1 — Sophomore Megan Simone (two goals) and Colleen Downing (one goal, two assists) guided the Marauders (5-3-3) and sophomore Jen Rodman and freshman Courtney Walsh picked up their first career goals.

Newburyport 7, Georgetown 0 — Marie Cahalane scored a hat trick to lead the Clippers (7-2-2).

Duxbury 8, Marshfield 0 — Junior Lily Smith led the Green Dragons (12-0) with two goals and Jillian Woodgate notched her first career varsity goal.

Acton-Boxborough 5, Bishop Fenwick 0 — Senior Katherine Gnall led the Colonials (10-1) with two goals.

Chelmsford 0, Franklin 0 — Senior goalie Kim Pfeisle made 10 saves, including one on a penalty shot to preserve the tie for Franklin.

North Andover 2, Central Catholic 1 — Senior midfielder Kali Otis (one goal, one assist) and senior defender Sara McCarthy (one goal) powered the offense for the Knights.

Watertown 2, Lexington 0 — Sophomore defender Emily Loprete netted both goals to keep the Raiders (11-0-0) perfect on the season.

Girls’ volleyball

Bourne 3, Dennis-Yarmouth 1 — Junior middle hitters Colleen Brady and Chelsea Doucette combined for 14 kills, 11 service points, 3 aces, 20 digs, and 9 blocks for the Canalmen.

Pembroke 3, Plymouth South 1 — Senior middle hitter Alana Atchison had seven kills and senior outside hitter Katie Wandell had 11 kills as the Titans improved to 9-2.

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