Hingham trips up Silver Lake
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The Hingham boys’ soccer team won its second game of the season Monday, defeating Patriot Keenan League rival Silver Lake, 2-1, at home.
“We were all ecstatic,” Hingham coach Ken Carlin said. “A lot of places had [Silver Lake] rated pretty high and some people didn’t have us rated. We knew they were going to be a tough opponent.”
Hingham struck first when 6-foot-2-inch outside back Pierre Marjollet headed in a corner kick from Andrew Ricciardelli nine minutes into the game.
Nathan Townsend, a junior midfielder, gave the Harbormen a 2-0 cushion with a goal with 14 minutes to play. The Lakers, however, put up a late fight.
Paul Beaty scored with four minutes left for Silver Lake, cutting the deficit to 2-1.
“We got tired at the end,” Carlin said. “Somebody made a poor pass and they converted that into a good cross and that led to an ugly scrum in front of the net and ultimately a goal.”
But Hingham tightened its defense down the stretch and held on for the victory.
The Harbormen, who outshot Silver Lake, 12-9, have won the league nine of the past 13 years.
New Bedford 7, Somerset Berkley 0 — Senior forward Osla DeBrito led the Whalers (2-0-1) with two goals and two assists.
Hanover 3, Quincy 0 — Brian Wheeler, Eric Miller, and Matt Scarpelli each scored a goal, and Brendon Moar recorded his first shutout for the Indians (3-0).
Canton 3, Attleboro 2 — Bulldogs sophomore Bart O'Brien scored the winning goal with less than two minutes left in regulation.
Lowell Catholic 5, Cathedral 1 — Dimitrious Dimou had three goals and an assist for the Fighting Crusaders.
Archbishop Williams 4, Austin Prep 2 — Junior forward Willie Matthews and senior middie Shane Moriarty scored two goals apiece for the Bishops (2-0).
Nauset 2, Marshfield 1 — Adam Huber scored on a penalty kick in the 12th minute and Tarek Elsehrawey knocked in the winner with 20 minutes remaining for the Warriors (2-0-1).
Mashpee 4, Carver 0 — Scott Matoian had two goals and an assist for the Falcons to back goalkeeper Connor Murphy, who recorded his first career shutout.
Canton 5, Attleboro 0 — Lauren Berman scored four goals to power the Bulldogs.
Sharon 5, Taunton 1 — Seniors captains Samantha Alves (two goals) and Meghan James (one goal, one assist) led the Eagles.
Westwood 3, Norwood 1 — Kasey Keane scored two goals, including the winner, to lead the Wolverines.
Newburyport 9, Triton 0 — Paige Hefferan (three goals, one assist), Emma Bartol (two goals), and Kate McCauley (one goal, one assist) powered the Clippers to a rout.
Weston 7, Newton South 0 — Aimsley Gilbard and Hannah Dinardo scored two goals apiece for the Wildcats (2-0).