Savi secures her place in Dedham record book
Dedham senior captain Jenna Savi entered last night’s girls’ soccer game with Brookline needing just 3 points to break the school’s all-time scoring record. She walked away with 5, scoring four goals and adding an assist for the Marauders (12-3-2), who rolled over the Warriors, 5-1, in Brookline.
“It’s nice to see her reach this milestone,’’ said Dedham coach Don Savi, who is Jenna’s father. “I know how hard she’s worked. She’s happy about it, but she’s also happy we won the game.’’
With 21 goals and 12 assists this season, Savi, who has committed to play for Merrimack next season, has 125 points for her career, eclipsing the school mark set in 2010 by Patrice Vettori, who is playing at Boston College.
Savi got the scoring started two minutes in, hooking a corner kick past Brookline keeper Sydney Karnovsky.
Just less than 10 minutes later Savi struck again, this time off a perfect setup from Emily Hill, for her 122d career point. After Brookline’s Laura Perry countered 18 minutes in to cut the score to 2-1, Libby Masalsky found a streaking Savi for a breakaway. She didn’t disappoint, chipping the ball over Karnovsky to break the school record.
For good measure, she added an assist to Sarah Warjas on another corner kick late in the period, then notched her fourth goal on a penalty shot early in the second half.
Shrewsbury 6, Leominster 0 - Kristin Kotsopoulus and Jessica Morana each scored twice, Lindsay Card and Meghan Burke added goals, and Devinne Vadravec and Kaci Panarelli shared the shutout as the No. 4 Colonials (8-2-1, 6-1-1 Mid-Wach A) topped the host Blue Devils (0-12, 0-8).
Nashoba 2, Quabbin 1 - Callie Millet and Laura Courtney scored to lead the top-ranked Chieftains (13-0-1, 8-0-1 Mid-Wach B) past the visiting Panthers. Tove Freeman scored for Quabbin (5-5-4, 2-5-3).
Duxbury 3, North Quincy 0 - Emily Wiemer scored 14 minutes into the second half for the No. 11 Dragons (10-1-2), who added two late goals.
Shawsheen 5, Minuteman 0 - Arianna Medeiros scored two goals to lead the 16th-ranked Rams (9-0).
Lowell Catholic 5, St. Clement 0 - Freshman Taylor Patterson scored two goals to bring her season total to 22.
Wilmington 5, Watertown 1 - Sophomore Ashley Howland led the Wildcats with two goals.
Scituate 3, Hingham 1 - Led by first-half goals from Molly Peters, Marlaina Reidy, and Hannah Hoffman, the Sailors improved to 10-2-1.
Bishop Feehan 7, Coyle & Cassidy 1 - The senior trio of Taylor Levy (two goals), Delany Lancor (two goals), and Annie Galvin (one goal, three assists) combined for 8 points for the No. 6 Shamrocks (10-0-1).
East Boston 7, Boston English 0 - Senior Carlos Ruiz led the Jets with four goals, giving him 30 for the season.
North Middlesex 3, Wachusett 1 - Steven Julius, Steve Valacer and Dylan Kimbar scored for the host Patriots (8-4-2, 4-4-1 Mid-Wach A), who clinched a spot in the Central Mass. tournament by avenging a 6-0 loss from earlier this season.
Algonquin 2, Milford 1 - Jamie Martin scored with 14 minutes remaining to lift the top-ranked Tomahawks (13-0-0, 8-0-0) to the Mid-Wach A league title in Northborough.
Lincoln-Sudbury 4, Waltham 0 - Senior forward Chris Kafina scored three goals for the Warriors (10-0-1).
Bishop Feehan 2, Coyle & Cassidy 0 - Bishop Feehan’s goals were scored by juniors Chase Towson and Bobby Looney. Each goal was assisted by Devon Devoy.
Arlington Catholic 3, Trinity Catholic 1 - Connor Lopes picked up his team-leading fifth goal of the season as the Cougars improved to 5-2-2.
Bridgewater-Raynham 1, Barnstable 0 - Sophomore Evan Henriques scored for the Trojans (2-7-3), and fellow sophomore Christian Cellini made it stand up, making 12 saves.
Bishop Stang 3, Martha’s Vineyard 0 - The Spartans clinched the Eastern Athletic Conference championship behind senior Emily Morse’s two goals.
Algonquin 3, Shrewsbury 0 - Nicole Alberghini had 10 kills and seven digs and Sarah Leonard had 28 assists, 3 kills, and 1 block to lead the visiting Tomahawks (10-4).
Fontbonne 3, Mt. Alvernia 0 - Junior Jennifer Gemma had 11 kills and five aces.
Marlborough 3, Milford 0 - Senior Laura Silverman had 11 kills and 10 blocks, and Vanessa Pascal and Melissa Scott were impressive on defense as the host Panthers (13-0, 9-0) clinched at least a share of the Mid-Wach A title.