Aidan Emmerich of St. Mary’s Top College gained the CCL person championship Friday. (Olivia Falcigno)

St. Mary’s sophomore Aidan Emmerich had a large day for the Spartans golfing workforce Friday, taking pictures a 1-over 70 to seize the Catholic Central League person championship at Hillview Nation Membership in North Studying. After the win, Emmerich used to be named CCL MVP.

“He’s an excessively forged participant, and he’s very seasoned for his age,” stated St. Mary’s trainer Jay Fiste. “He’s been at the workforce since he used to be in 6th grade, and he’s an excessively polished participant. He competes in opposition to the highest newbie golfers on the earth each and every summer time within the AJGA (American Junior Golfing Affiliation) tournaments, and the ones actually get ready him for the season.”

Additionally hanging within the most sensible 15 total for St. Mary’s used to be Luke Sargent, who completed in 13th position with a 10-over 79. 

The CCL golfing all-stars have been additionally introduced Friday, with Emmerich, Sargent, Luke Smith, Peter Pagliuca and Sean Mathers representing the Spartans.

“We had a really perfect staff of avid gamers this season and we have been very constant all 12 months,” stated Fiste. “It’s been an actual excitement training them this 12 months.”

Fenwick additionally had some forged performances within the championship, with Jake Murphy hanging 2d total (3-over 72) and Tom Estella hanging 9th total (7-over 76).

Subsequent up for St. Mary’s is the Department Three North sectional qualifier, Monday (7:30) at Sandy Burr Nation Membership in Wayland. If the Spartans can position within the most sensible 3 total, they’ll transfer directly to the Department Three North state championship at Cranberry Valley Golfing Path in Harwich on October 28.

“We performed a convention spherical there on Thursday in very tough stipulations, however the guys took just right notes and will have to be in a position to move Monday,” Fiste stated. “Optimistically we will be able to do neatly and transfer directly to Cranberry Valley.”

FOOTBALL

Winthrop 35, Salem 18

Bryan Conceicao led Winthrop with 3 touchdowns. Conceicao scored two times by the use of the frenzy and as soon as on a landing cross from quarterback Mike Chaves. Bobby Hubert scored two touchdowns, additionally on carries. Juan Sanchez went 5-for-Five on PAT’s. 

“It used to be most probably our maximum whole sport, offensively, all 12 months,” Winthrop trainer Jonathan Cadigan stated. “Anytime you end with two 100-yard rushers (Conceicao and Hubert), you will have to be doing one thing proper. Offensively, it used to be our maximum whole sport.” 

Winthrop travels to English subsequent Friday. 

“English has skill offensively,” Cadigan stated. “They have got explosive avid gamers. Chris Carroll does a really perfect activity in the market. We’ll have our palms complete. Offensively, we’re beginning to spherical into shape so optimistically we will be able to stay that going.” 

BOYS SOCCER

Lynnfield 1, Pentucket 1

Alex Gentile scored the lone function for the Pioneers, whilst Jack Fowl had the lend a hand. Alex Martinho performed neatly defensively.

Lynnfield (9-7-1) hosts Masconomet Tuesday (6).

Medford 7, Peabody 1

Victor Maciel scored Peabody’s lone function. 

GIRLS SOCCER

Peabody 3, Tewksbury 0

The Tanners certified for the Department 1 North event. 

Bridget O’Connell had two objectives and one lend a hand to tempo the offense, whilst Aja Alimonti had one function and one lend a hand. McKayla Fisher, Sam Simmons, Hailee Lomasney, Colleen Crotty, Maddy Scacchi, Emma Darling and Meghan Billingsley all performed neatly defensively. Goalkeeper Emma Bloom had 5 saves.

Peabody (9-5) hosts Beverly Monday (4).

Saugus 2, Somerville 0

Saugus punched its price tag to the Department Three North event. Jeimmy Monroy Rodrigues and Jess Carter each and every scored one function, whilst Felicia Repucci and Lexi Reis mixed for the shutout in internet. 

The Sachems (9-6) host Medford Monday (4).

Lynnfield 3, Pentucket 1

The Pioneers prolonged their unbeaten streak to 12 video games with a Senior Evening win. Seniors Abby Lucich  had a large sport with a function and one lend a hand, whilst fellow seniors Tori Morelli and Anna Maria Ferrante additionally scored. Junior Ashley Mitchell notched two assists.

Lynnfield (12-2-2) performs subsequent Monday (4) at Essex Tech.

VOLLEYBALL

Tech 3, Nashoba 1

The Tigers gained by way of set rankings of 25-19, 24-26, 25-13, 25-19. 

Nani Merced had a large sport with seven aces and 5 kills, whilst KK Carrasquillo had 10 kills. Derlande Montas added 9 kills and Delcy Ortiz had seven aces. 

Tech (9-7) hosts Fellowship Tuesday (5:30).

Woburn 3, Peabody 2

The Tanners fell in 5 units by way of rankings of 19-25, 25-14, 20-25, 25-20, 10-15.

Amanda Marmiani and Sophia Hollingshead mixed for 39 digs, whilst Aaliyah Alleyne had 13 kills and 5 blocks. Sarah Broughton had 9 kills and 3 aces, Olivia Kiricoples had 8 kills and Isabel Bettencourt had 31 assists.

Peabody (7-8) travels to Danvers Monday (5:30).

FIELD HOCKEY

Marblehead 2, Peabody 0

Marblehead certified for the state event. Bryn Burton scored each objectives for the Magicians, whilst Tess Keaney and Jane O’Neil each and every had one lend a hand. Jette Arts, Emma Ferrante, Maddy Dimare, Sammi Bendicksen, Grace Orloff and Brooke Brennan additionally performed neatly.

Marblehead hosts Fenwick Tuesday (4).

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

St. Mary’s 15, St. Joseph’s Prep 50
St. Mary’s 15, Cardinal Spellman 50

Taban Manyok completed in first position total to lend a hand carry St. Mary’s to victory Thursday, operating a time of 14:37. Different most sensible finishers for the Spartans have been Kyle Kwiatek in 3rd position (15:45), Anthony D’Itria in fourth position (16:38), Sean Osbahr in 5th position (16:39), John Nowicki in 6th position (16:40), Jesse Morello in 7th position (16:40) and Brett O’Brien in 10th position (17:45).

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

St. Mary’s 15, St. Joseph’s Prep 50
Cardinal Spellman 15, St. Mary’s 50

The highest finisher for the Spartans on Thursday used to be Anna Fringuelli, who positioned 7th total with a time of 20:30. Different forged finishes for St. Mary’s have been Luna Robichaud in 10th position (21:20), Erin Lewis in 14th position (21:52), Gabby Mogavero in 18th position (22:38), Lily Newhall in 20th position (22:59), Julia Jo Gramolini in 21st position (23:17) and Erin Powers in 28th position (28:02).



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