Tuesday’s South Shore results and highlights
Senior captain Ben Fuller scored twice and Ryan Estrella added a goal and two assists on Tuesday to lead West Bridgewater High’s men’s soccer team to a 6-2 victory at home to Bishop Connolly.
Eighth-graders Brendan Marinelli and Kyle Lyman scored their first college goals for the Wildcats (4-2-1). Jamie Sheedy also scored and George Baroud got an assist.
In another high school action on Tuesday:
Hanover 4, North Quincy 0: Aiden Richards (two), Ben Elliot and Ned McCann scored for the Hawks (4-2-2) while James Solari recorded his third shutout of the season.
Quincy 3, South Plymouth 0: Alex Carmona-Montufar scored twice and Will Wismar added a goal for the Presidents.
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North Plymouth 2, Duxbury 0: Ben Young and Josh Murray scored for the Eagles in the win. Enzo Brini and Kevin Riley had assists while Colin Perec-Riley and Drew Healy played well.
Pembroke 6, Scituate 1: Declan Crowley (two), Sam Boussy (two), Wil McManus and Evan Jacobson scored for the Titans (7-0). Ethan Sullivan provided two assists.
Hingham 5, Whitman-Hanson 0: Aiden Brazel scored twice, and Cole Sampson, Sam Benham and Riley Mellish added goals for the Harbormen (3-0-3). Dillon Galanis played well in net for the Panthers (2-4).
Durfee 3, Bridgewater-Raynham 2: Banks Beckwith and Kyle Perez Magee (first in college) scored for the Trojans as they narrowly missed upsetting the undefeated Hilltoppers. Cole Bridges played well defensively.
Hanover 3, North Quincy 0: Madison Pongratz, Maelyn Foley and Sophie Schiller scored for Hanover while Sophia Foley had two assists. Mia Pongratz and Natalie Mutschler shared the shutout.
Notre Dame Academy 6, Malden Catholic 0: Siobhan Colin had a hat trick, Sydney Comeau added two goals and Ella Luongo also scored for NDA.
Atlantis Charter 2, Avon 1: Kate Austrino scored Avon’s only goal (2-2), assisted by Brynn Gaynor. Gianna Rosa and Dahlia Parent stood out defensively in the loss, and goaltender Mica Gomes made 5 saves.
Cohasset 5, Mashpee 1: Tess Barrett (assist) and Ava Carcio both scored twice for the Skippers. Sarah Conroy scored the other goal.
Blue Hulls 6, Bristol-Plymouth 2: Kathleen Murphy and Rose Ferguson (Holbrook) scored two goals each for the Warriors (4-0-2). Emily Lehane (Braintree) and Alexis D’Arcy each had a solo count.
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Hingham 5, Whitman-Hanson 0: Brooke McAloney, Makenna Marshall and Anna Schnabel played well in the WH loss.
Durfee 3, Bridgewater-Raynham 2: Lily Ford and Breanna Reid scored in BR’s 5-3 loss. Isabella Fischer and Isabella Johnson also played well.
Duxbury 2, North Plymouth 2: Parker Metzler and Beth Yucius scored, both assisted by Josie Lee, for Duxbury (3-1-2) in the Patriot League tie.
South Plymouth 3, Quincy 2: The Panthers edged out the Presidents in Patriot League action.
Carver 0, Saint John Paul II 0: Senior captains Ashleigh Johnson and Isabelle Mercer stood out defensively as the Crusaders (4-1-2) tied. Senior Jenna Newell and junior Maddy Butler had good games, and junior goaltender Ali Perry made six saves.
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Thayer Academy 1, Milton Academy 1: Freshman Dakota Adams’ first career goal helped the Tigers earn a tie with ISL.
Norwell 3, Middleboro 0: Sarah Pegurri had eight kills for the Clippers (8-0) in the sweep (25-14, 25-16, 25-16). Izzy Woodman and Danielle Cox combined for 13 kills, eight digs and six aces.
Cardinal Spellman 3, St. Mary (Lynn) 1: Coach Jack Olson earned his 500th career victory as the Cardinals improved to 7-1.
Abington 3, South Shore Christian Academy 0: Brenna O’Brien (nine aces) and Kayla Sullivan (eight aces) led the way for the green wave in the sweep (25-14, 25-15, 25-19).
Bishop Feehan 3, Bishop Williams 1: Senior Catherine Berlo had 22 assists, 5 kills and 3 aces for Williams in the loss.
Scituate 98, Weymouth 68: Zach Fernandes shot 3-under 33 to lead the Sailors (9-1) to a non-league win at Stableford scoring at Weathervane Golf Club. Ryan Martin (38), Stephen Marshall (42), Andrew Belsan (42) and Henry Gack (43) also contributed.
Duxbury 254, Quincy 275, Silver Lake 278: The Dragons swept a tri-game behind solid rounds from Tom Greenwood (37), Owen Hamilton (39) and Matt NeJame (40). Duxbury (11-2) advanced to the state tournament with the win. Jack Dunn (Quincy) and Max Linares (Silver Lake) both shot a 38.
Bishop Williams 203, Matignon 76: Brady Sullivan shot 34 of 2 under par for the Bishops (8-2) at Granite Links Golf Course. Andrew Marcotte (36) and Aaron McCarthy (38) also played well.
Middleboro 96, Carver 88: Middleboro’s Connor McNaughton had 19 points in the final game to secure the victory for the Sachems.
Norwell 125, Mashpee 81: Griffin Link carded a 38 over par for the Clippers (8-2). Matt Dassatti shot a 39.
Rising Tide 98, Carver 96: Ethan Norberg (birdie, four pars), Eamon Godzik (five pars) and Michael Keif (four pars) played well in the victory.
North Quincy 220, Whitman-Hanson 238; North Plymouth 214, WH 238: Harry Chase and Cooper Britton played well for the Panthers.
Bridgewater-Raynham 147, Durfee 91: Justin Peters was the medalist, with a 1 under par 35 at Old Scotland Links. Pat Concannon and Riche Thayer both shot a 38.
Hingham 241, South Plymouth 274: JD Flynn shot a 37 to help the Harbormen stay undefeated.
Oliver Ames 144, Stoughton 182: Junior co-captain Sean Kearns was the bottom medalist with a 1-under 33 at Pine Oaks for OA (7-0). Junior David Rodgers shot 36.
Silver Lake 268, Whitman Hanson 300: On Monday, Max Linares shot 40 to lift the Lakers.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
West Bridgewater 19, Tri-County 38: Ella Dunbury won her fifth straight race (in 20:39 over 5K) for the Wildcats (4-3). Viviana Morales Wakin (2nd), Katherine Donovan (4th) and Lilly Andrews (5th) all scored.
Marshfield 15, Silver Lake 46: The Rams (3-0) swept the top five spots with Ava LoVuolo (1st, 18:47 over 2.68 miles), Eleanor Angeles-Whitfield (2nd, 18:47), Ava Brunswick (3rd, 19:11) , Charlotte Perreault (4th, 19:11) and Meredith Miller (5th, 19:12). For Silver Lake (0-4), junior Erin Flaherty was sixth in 19:47.1
Archbishop Williams splits: The Bishops beat Arlington Catholic, 15-50, and lost to Bishop Feehan, 19-44.
Hanover 27, Quincy/North Quincy 31: Cameron Bradford of Hannover took first place while Salma Boukhtam of Q/NQ finished second. Aluna Coogan-Coyne (third) and Mollie Nelson (fourth) also ran well for QNQ (2-1).
Bishop Fenwick 15, Cardinal Spellman 48; St. Mary’s 21, Spellman 36: Amanda Mohan was the Cardinals’ top finisher.
Whitman-Hanson 24, North Plymouth 37: Sky Bucc-Anderson was the Panthers’ top finisher (2-2) finishing second. McKenna McCarthy finished fourth.
CROSS COUNTRY BOYS
Marshfield 20, Silver Lake 43: Spencer Cook won the 2.68-mile race for Silver Lake in 15:23, but the Rams swept the next nine spots, led by Connor Wehr (2nd, 15:43), Graham Heinrich (3rd, 15:43) , Tony Vitelli (4th, 15:47) and Tyler McCredie (5th, 15:47).
West Bridgewater 19, Tri-County 42: Bryce Leighton won his second race of the season, covering the 5k course in 19:04 to lead WB (3-4) to a home win. Ryan Geniuch (3rd), Kenly Laime (4th) and Cam Frates (5th) also played.
Archbishop Williams splits: The Bishops beat Arlington Catholic, 17-46, and lost to Bishop Feehan, 20-39.
Quincy/North Quincy 15, Hannover 44: David Schmidt took first place for Q/NQ (2-1) while Nate Hoyt was Hannover’s top finisher in sixth.
Bishop Fenwick 29, Cardinal Spellman 30; St. Mary’s 15, Spellman 44: James Roper was Spellman’s best finisher.
North Plymouth 23, Whitman-Hanson 34: Alex Kehayias finished third for the Panthers (1-3).
Duxbury 24, Hingham 33: The Green Dragons edged out the Harbormen in Patriot League action.
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