Wednesday Zone Tour: Record Performance by Cantone Volleyball Guides in Salem | Sports




Salem 3, Winthrop 1: Senior center hitter Anna Cantone set a new school record with 21 kills as the Witches won, 22-25, 26-24, 25-17, 26-24. Amayah McConney was another star for Salem (now 4-2), finishing with eight kills in his first college start. Cassadi O’Leary, a senior passer, served five aces, including the match winner, and also played defensively with five digs.

Masconomet 3, Peabody 2: The Chieftains rallied after losing the first two sets (27-25, 25-20) and fought for a thrilling five-set victory, including wins of 27-25, 26-24 and 15-13 .

The Tanners got good play from Abby Bettencourt (37 assists, 8 assists), Sarah Broughton (14 assists), Isabel Bettencourt (a dozen attacks), Lauryn Mendonca (7 assists, 2 blocks) and Michaela Alperen (14 points of service).

Essex Tech 3, Grand Laurent 0: The undefeated Hawks (7-0) remained in command of the Commonwealth, led by the eight kills of senior Ali Tkach. Senior colleague Gracie Dailey added five kills, as did junior Destinee DeJarnette-Alexandre.


Ipswich 28, Amesbury 29: The Tigers have won their first meeting of the season, taking second place over senior Finn Russell (17:39) while also gaining valuable points taking places 5-9 for the victory. Two-year-old captain Paul Wertz (6:45 p.m.), second student Will Harrington (7:15 p.m.), junior Keith Townsend (7:27 p.m.), senior captain Dan Buletza (7:30 p.m.) and junior Colin Hansen (7:44 p.m.) were others who helped propel Ipswich.

Gr. Lowell 15, Essex Tech 47: Dennis Downing set a personal best (20:30) while finishing sixth for the Hawks, who also got an eighth place and another PR from Jadden Amico (20:33).

Peabody 20, Masconomet 35: Junior Logan Tracia raced for a first-time spot to send the Tanners (2-0) home happy. Senior Gabe Gitonga (3rd), sophomores Dylan Faletra (4th) and Ryan Faletra (5th) and junior Josh Trelegan (7th) also performed well for Peabody.

For the Chieftains, senior captain Nolan Dickinson was second in 18:25 while Drew Bartram (6th, 18:46), captain Ian Darling (8th, 18:56), captain Tim McGinley (9th, 19:17 ) and Cooper Ogden (10, 19:23) completed the top 10.

Marble Head 20, Beverly 39: From second to seventh, the Magicians won their first game of the season. Peter Clifford (16:24), Ryan Thompson (17:08), Will Lamb (17:10), Isaac Gross (17:16), Will Cerrutti (17:36) and David DiCostanzao (17:52) all got together rendered. good performance for MHS.

Liam Ouellette clocked a personal best of 16:20 to win the race for the Panthers, the fourth fastest time for a BHS rider. Junior TJ Betts (17:59) and his sophomore Ryan Whiting (18:44) also recorded PR while finishing in the top seven.

Hamilton-Wenham 21, Manchester Essex 38: Eli Labelle finished second to guide the Generals (now 2-0). Cooper Blatz was third, Clark Glidden fourth, James Regan fifth and Ryan Gillis seventh.


Essex Tech 19, Gr. Lowell 36: Emily Ernst’s lead in 22:28 gave the Hawks the victory at home. Her teammates Makayla Vigneaux (23:13), Maddie McDonald (23:52), Ella Manninen (24:13) and Sophia Visconti (24:14) took places 3 to 6 respectively.

Beverly 20, Marblehead 27: Race winner Mia Kasperowicz ran 20:10 and Emily Young came in second to help the Panthers (3-0) beat the Magicians. Olivia Young was fourth and Hannah McCarthy and Mary Hauck were 6th and 7th. Juliet Poss was second for Marblehead in 20:58 and Claire Tips third.

Hamilton-Wenham 26, Manchester Essex 29: Ava Cote’s winning time of 20:17 led HW (2-0) to victory. Alexis Donovan got a solid third place, followed by Mira Flemming (5th), Charlotte Madden (8th) and rookie Sofia Happel (9th).

Amesbury 21, Ipswich 40: Junior Amelia Stacey won the race in 20:38 and had an excellent performance for the Tigers and senior Amelia Cormier was also in the top 10 in sixth in 24:36.


Marble head 50.5, Salem 25.5: The Magicians remained unbeaten (5-0) while Matt Weed (7-2) was medalist at Tedesco with a 38, followed by his teammate Charlie Grenier (6-3) and his score of 39. Other winners included Christopher Locke (5.5 to 3.5), Chris Cannuscio (6.5 to 2.5), Marty Ryan (9-0) and Matt Corrigan (8.5 to 0.5), while Adrian Baron has divided by two its match.

Ryan Finnerty (5 1/2 – 3 1/2) and Diego Acuna (running back) played well for Salem, now 1-2.

Masconomet 61, Saugus 11: Team captain Chris O’Grady shot a 36 to propel the Chieftains (2-3) to a victory over the Ties. Jack Mertz, the team’s number 2 player, shot a 37 and has remained undefeated this season after his 7.5-1.5 win.

Lynnfield 158, Essex Tech 131: The Hawks got 30 points from Aidan Gray plus a 23-point effort from Luke Thibodeau.

Ipswich 91, Pentucket 67: Senior captain Evan Stein scored 29 points and runner-up Charlie Jepsen added 19 points to lead Ipswich (3-3) to victory.


Masconomet 4, Pentucket 1: One goal and one assist each from Sam Brockelman, Jason Karas and Eion O’Brien helped the Chieftains open a close and physical game against their former rivals CAL. Nate Collins also scored with an assist from Graham Butterworth.

Ipswich 1, Amesbury 1: Darwin Ramirez scored the Tigers’ goal while Brian Milano, Tyler Rafferty and Sam Siros all played well on the wing. Defensively, Ipswich had strong performances from Efrem Johnson, Spencer Johnson, Theo Norton and Seth Woodbury.

Bishop Fenwick 4, Austin Prep 4: In a high scoring affair, Ryan Noci scored three goals with an assist and Andrew McKenzie added a tally for the Crusaders.


Bishop Fenwick 0, Austin Prep 0: Now still scoreless after 400 minutes of action, the Crusaders (2-0-3) were content with their third scoreless draw in the last four games. Goalkeeper Claudia Keith was shut out number five and defensemen McKenna Gilligan and Katie Dunn were once again excellent. Keira Morgan, Sam Sharp, Amy Hatfield and Bella DelVecchio also performed well.

Pingree 1, Beaver Country Day 0: Lucca Kloman scored the game-winning goal and Maggie Warner drew in goal to keep the Highlanders unbeaten at 2-0-1. Pingree’s back four, Avery DePiero, Lauren Tucker, Maddy O’Connor and Kathryn Gasiorowski, had an exceptional game.

Hamilton-Wenham 6, Georgetown 1: Senior midfielder Jane Maguire pulled off her first high school hat trick to propel the Generals (3-1) to a rebound victory. Seniors Kara O’Shea and Nora Gamber also scored, as did rookie Tessa Hunt. Chloe Gern and Claire Nistl had two assists with just one assist Sydney Mason.


Marblehead 9, Grand Lowell 0: Jane O’Neil had a hat trick while Grace MacLean added two goals as the Magicians (1-2-1) won their first game of the season. Kate Bickell contributed a goal and an assist to the winners, with Katelyn O’Connor, Jacinda Peterson and India Byers also scoring. Assists went to Gabby Hendy, Mia Carr and Tegan Sherwood.

Danvers 4, Peabody 0: Sophomore Megan McGinnity had her fifth shutout of the season, making a save as the Falcons (5-1 overall) were rolling. Captain Grace Brinkley led the offense with one goal and two assists while junior Emma Wilichoski scored twice and Shea DiGilio also scored. Malana Moy and Katherine Purcell each had an assist, while Ashley Clark and Sadie Papamechail stood out on the defensive end. {/ div}

Swampscott 4, Saugus 1: Brooke Waters scored two goals with an assist while Olivia Baran scored her own goal with three assists as the Big Blue (now 3-1-1) won hands down. Sydney Marshall also scored for the winners, who got an assist from Olivia Passalacqua. {/ div}


Endicott 5, State of Salem 1: Olivia Lamaspona and Meghan Hogan each buried a pair of goals as the Gulls (3-3) easily won on the road. Jenna Seibold also connected for the winners, while Danvers’ Taylor Farrin (2 saves) took the win in Endicott’s net.

Alexa Hamilton scored her first college goal for Salem State (3-3), with help from Mikayla Mason of Beverly.


Gordon 3, Husson 2: Chase Gwyn scored his 6th goal of the year in the 64th minute and assisted on two more to help Gordon tie his record at 3-3 on the road at Bangor. Michael Hahn and Ryan Modzeleski also scored for the Scots, who recovered from a 2-1 deficit to win.


Wheaton 8, State of Salem 1: Anastasia Startseva won in the first single in a tiebreaker third set, 10-7, to score the point for the Vikings (0-5).


Gordon 4, Framingham State 0: Calla Ashley netted a goal and an assist to send the Scots to a convincing non-league victory. Tella Teslenick, Shelby Jones and McKenne Feller also buried their chances for Gordon.

Elms 4, State of Salem 1: Salem’s only goal came from Jasmine Moran, unassisted in the first half. Cheyenne Frazier was busy in goal with 13 saves for the Vikings (0-5).



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