The Peabody golf team was as hot as, well, Thursday’s weather. The Tanners picked up a 62.5-9.5 home win against Saugus on Thursday.
Talk about consistency – every Tanner won their match.
“That has never happened in all the years I’ve been coaching,” Peabody coach Peter Cronan said.
Mason Clickstein led the charge, winning 7-2. He was followed by Matt Ryder (7.5-1.5), Tristan Joyce (9-0), Mike Ryan (8-1), Cameron Connolly (9-0), Joe Keka (8-1), Elijah Swanson (6.5-2.5), and Jason Houlden (7.5 to 1.5).
The Tanners travel to face Salem at 4 p.m. on Monday. Saugus visits Marblehead at 4 p.m. on Tuesday.
The majority of games were postponed due to the heat.
Lynnfield’s boys soccer team (2-0) traveled to face Newburyport on Thursday, escaping with a 2-0 win.
“A really great win and a great way to start the season,” Lynnfield coach Brent Munroe said.
Dillon Reilly scored both goals due to his “individual effort” as said by Munroe.
“We had two fantastic goals,” Munroe said. “Really special.”
Dhimitri Dono and Chris Calnan played well in the victory for Lynnfield, which returns to action against Essex Tech on Tuesday.