School Sports Roundup: Peabody field hockey blows past Revere

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The Peabody field hockey team picked up its second win of the season Monday after defeating Revere on the road. (Item File Photo)

The Peabody field hockey team brought out the offensive firepower Monday afternoon, as the Tanners rolled to an 8-1 victory over Revere in a non-conference bout under the lights at Harry Della Russo Stadium.

Senior captain Bella DeCicco led the way for the Tanners with four goals and one assist, while fellow senior captain Jackie Scopa had one goal and one assist. Senior captain Gina Terrazzano scored one goal, while junior Siobahn Smith and sophomore Kyra Buckley also scored goals in the victory. Goalie Gianna Degianfelice notched three saves for the victory in net.

Peabody (2-10-0) hosts Saugus Wednesday evening (6).

Revere (2-8-0) is right back in action with a home game against Northeast Tuesday afternoon (4).


Marblehead 6, Greater Lowell 0

Jane O’Neil netted four goals to lead the offensive attack for the Magicians, while Katelyn O’Connor and Kealy Satterfield each scored one goal. Grace MacLean, Peighton Ridge, and Jacinda Peterson each had one assist, while goalie Haley Baker made one save to secure the shutout. Lane Kaeyer, Elise Burdge, Sarah Levine, Sarah Gold, Ailish Morin, Lucy Rubino, and Ginger Guy also played well in the victory.

Marblehead (6-6-1) hosts Swampscott Wednesday (4).

St. Mary’s 2, Everett 0

The Spartans continued their strong season behind one goal each from Yirsy Queliz and Maggie Pierce.

St. Mary’s (7-4-2) is right back in action Tuesday (4) on the road at Austin Prep.


St. Mary’s 2, Bishop Fenwick 1

The Spartans picked up a big momentum win against their perennial rival Monday, getting one goal each from Nick Miller and Derek Garcia. Ryan Fraher and Kaya Jackson each had one assist, while Aidan Sullivan and Chance Bonfanti also played well.

“This was a big win for us as we head down the stretch this season,” said St. Mary’s coach Mike D’Agostino. “It’s always great to get a win against a rival, but it’s also important to give us some momentum as we go into our final three games and push for a tournament spot.”

St. Mary’s (5-7-2) plays on the road at Arlington Catholic Thursday (3).

Ryan Morgenstern scored the lone goal in the loss for the Crusaders, while Ryan Noci had one assist. 

Fenwick (3-6-4) travels to Austin Prep Wednesday (4).

Marblehead 2, Peabody 1

The Magicians got one goal each from Oliver Buckhoff and Isaiah Pina, but the key player of the game was goalkeeper Rory Zampese, who made a number of big saves down the stretch to keep the lead.

Marblehead (6-5-3) plays on the road at Salem Wednesday (4).

Peabody (4-7-0) hosts Swampscott Wednesday (4).

Gloucester 3, Swampscott 2

Valerio Tatafiore and Mason Bergeron each scored one goal in the loss for the Big Blue, while Lucas Bereaud notched one assist. 

Swampscott (3-7-2) plays on the road at Peabody Wednesday (4).


Peabody 2, Marblehead 0

Ava D’Ambrosio and McKayla Fisher each scored one goal in the win for the Tanners under the lights at Piper Field. Emily McDonough had two assists, while goalkeeper Emma Bloom notched the shutout in net. Taylor Bettencourt had a strong game in the midfield, while Sam Simmons and Maddie Scacchi played well on defense.

Peabody (6-3-3) travels to Swampscott Wednesday (4).

Marblehead (10-3-1) hosts Salem Wednesday night (7).

Swampscott 4, Gloucester 1

Maddie Hudson had a huge game for the Big Blue, scoring one goal and adding three assists. Mia Schena, Sophie DiGrande and Abby Eichler each scored one goal in the win.

Swampscott (7-2-4) hosts Peabody Wednesday (4).

Bishop Fenwick 6, St. Mary’s 0

Fenwick (7-0-5) hosts Austin Prep Wednesday night (7).

St. Mary’s (5-7-2) hosts Arlington Catholic Wednesday (4).


Peabody 3, Beverly 0

The Tanners won by set scores of 25-20, 25-16, 25-10. 

Isabel Bettencourt led the offensive attack for Peabody with 12 kills, while Sarah Broughton had a solid game with 12 service points, three aces and six kills. Abby Bettencourt played the facilitator role with 18 assists and three kills, while Allison Flewelling and Lauryn Mendonca combined for seven kills in the win. Kristina Cardello had a great defensive game with 12 digs. 

Peabody (11-4) hosts Danvers Wednesday (5:30).

Marblehead 3, Winthrop 0

The Magicians took the match by set scores of 25-19, 25-20, 25-10. 

Keira Thompson had a big game with eight kills and two digs, while Lilah Thompson notched four kills and two blocks. Julia Potvin added 10 assists in the win. 

Marblehead (11-3) plays on the road at Masconomet Wednesday (5:30).

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