School roundup: Max Allen backstops D-Y

Max Allen did it again for the Dennis-Yarmouth field hockey team.

He shut down Falmouth Monday, making five saves in the No. 3 Dolphins’ 2-0 home win.


Dennis-Yarmouth (2-0) beat No. 15 Hingham, 5-0, in a game that also featured five saves from Allen to open its season last Wednesday.

“It’s not just him,” Dolphins coach Mary O’Connor said of her junior netminder. “The entire defense has done well. He had five saves, but our defense did a great job stopping Falmouth before they got to him.”

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As for Allen’s gender, O’Connor said it’s not much of an issue with other teams at this point. “It is what it is. He loves the sport and he’s doing it for all the right reasons.”

Offensively, junior forward Sarah Hollister scored an unassisted tally seven minutes into the first half to put Dennis-Yarmouth up, 1-0. Senior forward Jess Benoit doubled the lead before halftime when she finished a well-placed cross from Hollister.

Westford 7, Weston 2 — Jenna Klinka scored two goals for the Grey Ghosts (3-0) in their win over the No. 8 Wildcats.


Franklin 4, Sharon 0 — Allison Burke made four saves and Kelly Dubowski scored three times for the No. 10 Panthers.

Boys’ soccer

Somerville 3, Brockton 1 — Jamie Keegan scored two goals for the No. 1 Highlanders.

New Bedford 1, Nauset 0 — Edmilson Andrade scored on an assist from Klisman Souza to propel the No. 3 Whalers.

Masconomet 2, Pentucket 0 — Junior Regan Charie and senior Stephen Peas scored for the No. 7 Chieftains (1-0-1).

Medway 2, Ashland 1 — Both goals for the No. 9 Mustangs were scored by Sean Dunn.

Randolph 4, North Quincy 0 — The Blue Devils defeated the Red Raiders for the first time in over a decade. Jimsky Hillaire and Mevs Camille each scored goals.

Girls’ soccer

Oliver Ames 3, King Philip 0 — Francesca Calabraro had a goal and an assist for the seventh-ranked Tigers.

Franklin 7, Sharon 0 — Taylor Cogliano (two goals, two assists) led the No. 8 Panthers.

Duxbury 2, Scituate 2 — Dragons freshman Liz Weiner netted the first goal of her career off an assist from her sister, senior Emily Weiner.

Boys’ golf

Needham 66½, Milton 41½ — Division 1 state champ Jake Shuman shot 2-under par for the Rockets.

Girls’ volleyball

Melrose 3, Winchester 0 — Meri Lessing had 10 kills for the No. 3 Red Raiders (2-0).

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