Lynn Jets fight hard against Everett

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The Lynn Jets hockey team was defeated by Everett 5-2 on Saturday at Connery Rink, but not without positives. John Crowley and AJ Lopez each found twins, while Brian Boisson and Anthony Alessi dished out assists. And to no surprise, Steven DiFilippo was impressive between the pipes.


Winthrop 7, Swampscott 2
The Big Blue were bested Saturday afternoon at the hands of Winthrop, but remain 4-4 on the season. Ronan Locke and Kody Langevain scored the Swampscott goals, while Will Roddy and Ben Tolosa each picked up helpers.

Lynnfield 4, Groton 1
Go, Pioneers, go. The Lynnfield hockey team continued its stellar season with a 4-1 victory over Groton in enemy territory. Will Norton, Tim Sullivan, Aidan Norton, and Drew Damiani were the goal scorers. Jarret Scoppettuolo (one assist) and Nick Lucich (two assists) also chipped in to Lynnfield’s dangerous offensive attack.

Prep 5, Malden Catholic 1
AJ Farese had 16 saves in his first varsity start as the Prep hockey team defeated Malden Catholic on the road Sunday. The Eagles improved to 5-1 on the season.


PLNR 5, Medford 0
The Peabody-Lynnfield-North Reading girls hockey team picked up another win, this time against Medford in shutout fashion. Penny Spack – coming off her hat-trick earlier in the week against Fenwick – scored, along with Angela Fabbo (2), Ava Buckley, and Jenna Dinapoli. Also in the victory, Alyse Mutti recorded another shutout.

Malden Catholic 1, Fenwick 0
In a hard-fought matchup on the road, the Fenwick girls hockey team was defeated by Malden Catholic despite outshooting the opposition. The Crusaders return to the ice against Arlington Catholic this Monday at the Essex Sports Center with puck-drop set for 3 pm

9 St. Mary’s, Scituate 0
Win the Martha’s Vineyard Tournament, check. A record of 11-0 this season, check. Jenna Chaplain eclipsing 200 career points with St. Mary’s, check. All of the above happened this past weekend as the Spartans defeated Scituate 9-0 in the championship game of the Vineyard Tournament.


58 St. Mary’s, 39 Randolph
Another day, another Spartans win in the world of boys basketball. St. Mary’s defeated Randolph 58-39 on Sunday evening to improve to 5-2 on the season. Omri Merryman and David Brown each had 14 points, while JJ Martinez tackled on 13. The Spartans return to action Wednesday against Burke.


Ipswich 113, Peabody 87
The Peabody gymnastics team had some stellar performances this past weekend. Senior Captain Filip Piechowiak scored a 7.6 on vault, while fellow senior captain Camila Fialho got a 6.15 on beam. Emma Lynch impressed with a 6.7 on floor, and rookie Bridget Goldsworthy submitted a 6.0.