School Roundup

Sandwich trips Boxers

By Liz Torres
Globe Correspondent / October 18, 2011

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After three weather-related cancellations this season, the No. 2 Sandwich boys’ soccer team finally got a chance to face Brockton, its biggest test of the season.

The Blue Knights passed with flying colors.

Zac Sprague beat the Brockton goalkeeper eight seconds into the first half, and Dallas Donovan scored an insurance goal six minutes into the second half to spark a 2-1 victory over the Boxers yesterday in Sandwich.

“It was our best effort of the year,’’ Blue Knights coach Ted Tedeschi said. “It was a good brand of soccer.’’

Peter Alvarenga, the Atlantic Coast’s leading scorer with 20 goals, assisted on Sprague’s tally.

“It was huge to get the first goal, a big lift,’’ Tedeschi said.

“I thought they really came to play and step up to the opposition and I relaxed watching them play.’’

Brockton scored late in the second half on a penalty kick by Joel Lobo.

But the defensive play of Sandwich’s Ben Clabault and goalkeeper Kyle Van Cleef helped keep the Boxers at bay.

St. John’s Prep 2, St. John’s (Shrewsbury) 0 - Juniors Nate Schmidt and Tommy Buonopani scored to lift the 13th-ranked Eagles (9-2-2). Senior Ken Fryer made three saves to post his sixth shutout of the season.

Pentucket 4, North Reading 2 - The Sachems (8-2-2) qualified for the tournament behind Patrick Collins (2 goals, assist) and Colin Macdonald (goal, 2 assists).

Masconomet 0, Wayland 0 - Wayland junior keeper Matt Edwards blanked the 17th-ranked Chieftains (8-1-3) for his second straight shutout.

Archbishop Williams 2, Bishop Fenwick 1 - Aidan Browne’s 20th goal of the season with six minutes remaining proved to be the winner for the Bishops (9-1-2). Browne also assisted on sophomore Ryan Crooker’s goal.

Norwell 4, Harwich 0 - Billy Sewell scored two goals and John Fisher posted his first shutout to help the Clippers remain undefeated (9-0-2) in the South Shore League.

Nauset 5, Plymouth South 0 - Junior forward Cody Savonen had a hat trick and added an assist to bring his season totals to 16 goals and seven assists.

Silver Lake 2, Whitman-Hanson 0 - The No. 10 Lakers (9-0-4) got goals from senior Charlie Lawson and sophomore Paul Beatty and Sam Ballerini posted his seventh shutout of the season.

Hanover 4, Pembroke 1 - The Indians rolled to victory to qualify for the state tournament.

BC High 2, Medford 0 - Junior midfielder Caleb Long’s goal helped lift the Eagles (8-5-2) to a victory and a spot in the state tournament.

Girls’ soccer

Whitman-Hanson 3, Silver Lake 0 - Cassie Chernicki had two goals and an assist to lead the 15th-ranked Panthers (11-3-1).

Andover 3, Billerica 0 - Sophomore Emily Wilson posted her 10th consecutive shutout for the top-ranked Golden Warriors (9-0-2).

Pope John 2, Marian 2 - The Tigers (7-3-2) qualified for postseason play when freshman Jamie Cotto collected her first career goal to tie the score in the 80th minute.

Stoughton 4, Fontbonne 2 - Mikayla Williams led the Black Knights with two goals.

Ipswich 3, Rockport 0 - Senior midfielder Hannah Weagle scored her 10th goal of the season to help lift the Tigers (9-1-3).

Field hockey

Bishop Stang 5, Seekonk 0 - The Spartans (11-0-1) remained undefeated behind Meredith Gorski’s seventh shutout of the season. Senior Emily Romanelli notched her first hat trick of the season and Meggie Ferrari added three assists.

Westford 2, Wayland 2 - Wayland got goals from Bailey Morgan and Jess Greenwood. Jenna Klinka and Danielle Donovan scored for Westford.

Girls’ volleyball

Marian 3, Hopedale 0 - Seniors Monica Hanley (29 assists, 8 service points, 3 aces) and Kristen Archibald (22 digs, 8 service points) helped the Mustangs (13-0) remain undefeated.

Case 3, Old Rochester 0 - Senior setter Megan Armburg picked up her 1,000th career assist in the No. 2 Cardinals’ victory.

Newton North 3, Weymouth 0 - Junior Keane Brazda had 10 kills and 31 digs for the Tigers.

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