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Ryan Noci scored the successful purpose for Fenwick, whereas Jack Andrews had the help. Ryan Arniel and Andrew McKenzie each performed nicely as full backs, whereas Tyler Mullen performed nicely as a defensive midfielder. Goalkeeper Liam Foley had seven saves within the shutout win.
“He’s all the time a recreation changer,” Enos stated of Foley.
For the Spartans, Connor Hamel, Marcos Weber and Kaya Jackson performed nicely within the loss.
“I assumed general we performed very well on the market and we dominated possession at instances,” stated St. Mary’s coach Mike D’Agostino. “We simply had one breakdown within the again and Fenwick caught us.”
Fenwick (9-1-2) takes on Dexter Southfield Saturday (TBA).
St. Mary’s (4-8-1) travels to Arlington Catholic Saturday (3).
St. John’s Prep 1, BC Excessive 0
The Eagles put collectively their sixth shutout in seven video games for the large win at dwelling over Catholic Convention Rival BC Excessive.
Joey Waterman continued a wonderful season in internet with 5 saves whereas heart backs Quinn Perkins and Griffin Tache each performed nicely defensively.
Owen Siewert scored the eventual game-winner on penalty kick within the first half.
Subsequent up for St. John’s (5-0-2) is one other convention matchup with Catholic Memorial Friday (5) at dwelling.
Archbishop Williams 178, St. Mary’s 152
The Spartans closed out the common season with a loss on a cold day at Braintree Municipal Golf Course.
High performers for St. Mary’s have been Luke Smith (32 factors), Peter Pagliuca (29 factors), Sean Mathers (20 factors), Andrew Potter (19 factors) Terence Moynihan (18 factors), Andrew Luciano (17 factors) and Jackson Subject (17 factors).
St. Mary’s finishes the common season at 6-10 and can now compete within the Catholic Central League Championships Tuesday morning (8:30) at Hillview Golf Course in North Studying. Smith, Pagliuca, Mathers, Luciano and Aidan Emmerich will all be competing within the particular person championship, whereas 4 of the highest 5 scores from the group will depend in the direction of the workforce championship.
Salem 41, Essex Tech 31
Behind one other robust efficiency from Ethan Doyle, the Witches earned the win at Olde Salem Greens.
Doyle earned medalist honors with a rating of 36 to paved the way, whereas Joe Parr (7-2), Brady Tremblay (7-2) and Jack Doyle (5-4) all received their matches. Bobby Jellison and Jayren Romero every tied their matches (4-5.4-5).
St. Mary’s 2, Bishop Feehan 2
Lily Pregent and Yirsy Queliz every scored one purpose within the draw on the street.
St. Mary’s (1-5-3) is again in motion Monday night (6) for his or her Senior Night time towards Austin Prep.
Beverly 2, Peabody 1
Jackie Scopa scored the lone purpose for Peabody within the loss.
The Tanners host Saugus Tuesday night (5:30) for his or her Senior Night time.
Masconomet 3, Swampscott 0
Swampscott is again in motion Wednesday afternoon (3:30) when it hosts Saugus.
Arlington Catholic 3, St. Mary’s 0
St. Mary’s hosts Bishop Fenwick Thursday night (5).
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Bishop Fenwick 19, Arlington Catholic 42
Bishop Fenwick 15, Salem Academy 50
The Crusaders swept their tri-meet Monday afternoon behind a first-place end from Wyatt Burr, who received with a time of 18:13.
Different high performers for Fenwick have been Matt Gerdenich in third place (19:45), Tyler DeClercq in fourth place (19:47), Ethan Tran in fifth place (20:34) and Matt Cinelli in sixth place (20:57).
Fenwick (4-1) will compete within the Catholic Central League Freshman/Sophomore Meet on Saturday morning (10).
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Arlington Catholic 27, Bishop Fenwick 29
Regardless of a first-place end from Shannon Bresnahan (20:54), Fenwick dropped an in depth meet.
Different high finishers for Fenwick have been Catherine Carter in fifth place (23:32), Elizabeth Gauthier in sixth place (23:47), Sarah Fogarty in ninth place (24:38) and Julia Loescher in twelfth place (26:42).
Fenwick (3-2) will compete within the Catholic Central League Freshman/Sophomore Meet on Saturday morning (10).
Bishop Fenwick’s Ryan Noci scored the lone purpose in a win over rival St. Mary’s Monday afternoon at Donaldson Stadium. (Merchandise Photograph: Olivia Falcigno)
It’s all the time a battle between the St. Mary’s and Bishop Fenwick boys soccer groups, and Monday afternoon’s matchup was no completely different. After battling via a scoreless tie for the whole first half, the Crusaders managed to attain early within the third quarter and maintain on for a 1-0 win at Donaldson Stadium. With the win, the Crusaders prolong their unbeaten streak to 11 video games.
“It was an excellent recreation each methods and each groups performed arduous in very chilly circumstances,” stated Fenwick coach Tony Enos. “We had various accidents so we requested a number of gamers to step up and so they did.”
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