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FRIDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Barnstable girls’ volleyball sweeps Newton North, again

The nonleague tilt Friday afternoon between the Barnstable girls’ volleyball team, the defending state champion, and visiting Newton North, their opponent in that Division 1 final, had been circled on the calendar for months.

And reminiscent of the state title match in June, the unbeaten Red Raiders swept North, 3-0, and handed the Tigers (9-1) their first loss.

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And if there was a single player that could steal the show in a No. 1-vs.-No. 2 matchup, it was Barnstable junior hitter Riley James.

Her 28th kill set the school’s career record of 1,035, held by Stephanie Bristol (2005-08). James finished with 30, raising her career total to 1,037.

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“It’s certainly a great accomplishment, and Riley will be the first one to tell you she’s had an excellent [team around her],” said Barnstable coach Tom Turco. “Credit to Riley and credit to the entire team, it’s a terrific accomplishment”

And it was in that fashion that Barnstable (11-0) earned the win. Caroline Brodt contributed 37 assists, and Ingrid Murphy added 12 digs with 10 kills.

Barnstable won the sets, 25-15, 25-22, and 25-15

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“Everybody played a significant role,” said Turco. “Kids came off the bench in a really competitive match . . . and each stepped up in their own way.”

Andover 3, Reading 0 — Junior Alexis Mancha racked up nine aces, eight assists and seven kills to lift the host Golden Warriors (13-0). Senior Sarah Shattuck added nine kills and four blocks.

King Philip 3, Sharon 0 — Senior Sydney Phillips had eight kills and 10 service points for the Warriors (11-1).

Lynnfield 3, North Andover 2 — Melissa Morelli had 11 kills and 11 assists for the Pioneers.

Lynn Classical 3, Malden 0 — Sophomore Pamela Diaz led the Rams (8-4) with 15 service points and eight aces.

Burlington 3, Billerica 2 — Maddy Metzdorf had 15 kills and 25 digs for the Red Devils (7-4).

West Roxbury 3, Snowden 0 — Junior Arianna Gordon had 12 blocks and 11 digs for the Raiders (10-1).

Burke 3, Boston English 1 — Senior Daniela Brando registered six blocks and six kills for the Bulldogs (3-4).

Boys’ soccer

Wilmington 1, Arlington 0 — Joe Mirabella scored in the 57th minute as the Wildcats (2-6-1) dealt No. 19 Arlington (7-1-1) its first loss. Andrew Days (6 saves) earned the shutout.

Newburyport 2, Rockport 1 — Freshmen Ryan Archer headed in the go-ahead goal with under a minute remaining for the Clippers (4-2-4).

Lynnfield 5, Ipswich 0 — John Luders had two goals and two assists for the Pioneers (6-3-2).

Oliver Ames 3, Foxborough 1 — Matt Alvarado had a goal and an assist as the Tigers (7-1-2) qualified for the state tourney.

Belmont 1, Watertown 0 — Jake Carson scored for the Marauders (5-3-2) late in the second half.

Pentucket 2, Hamilton-Wenham 1 — Junior Patrick Dillon netted the equalizer with four minutes left and Jake Dickson scored the winner to lift the Sachems (8-1-2) into the tourney.

St. John’s Prep 3, Catholic Memorial 1 — Senior Steven Yakita had a goal and an assist for the Eagles (8-0-2).

Bishop Feehan 4, Greater New Bedford 1 — Senior Cole Scharland recorded a hat trick for the Shamrocks (6-4-2).

Roxbury Latin 1, St. Mark’s 0 — Senior Paul Kuechler scored to lift the host Foxes (3-2).

Tyngsborough 4, Lowell Catholic 1 — Senior Callum Little scored twice, while junior Chris Ausiello (assist) and senior Morgan Chege added goals as the host Tigers (5-3-3) rallied for four goals in the second half to earn the win.

Girls’ soccer

King Philip 4, Sharon 0 — Sophomore Chloe Lane collected two goals and an assist for the No. 17 Warriors (12-1).

Wilmington 3, Arlington 1 — Senior Dana Goulet netted a pair of second-half goals to lift the visiting Wildcats (5-3-3).

Arlington Catholic 3, Matignon 0 — Veronica Caruso scored a pair of goals and Veronica Burke earned her first shutout for the Cougars (6-3-2).

Rockland 2, Cohasset 2 — Madison Blonde had a goal and an assist for the Bulldogs.

Oliver Ames 3, Foxborough 1 — Senior Jacqueline Mills registered a hat trick to lift the visiting Tigers (9-3).

Milton 4, Norwood 0 — Senior captain Chae Biani had a pair of goals for the Wildcats (5-6).

Franklin 5, Stoughton 0 — Senior Miranda Smith scored two goals for the Panthers (7-3-1).

Field hockey

Concord-Carlisle 1, Lincoln-Sudbury 0 — Chandlee Gustafson scored in the second half and junior Grace Blunt made 15 saves for the Patriots (6-2-3).

Walpole 4, Framingham 0 — Senior Celia Walsh started the scoring for the third-ranked Porkers (8-0-2).

Somerset Berkley 10, Case 1— Junior Megan Salsinha netted a first-half hat trick for the fourth-ranked Raiders (11-0).

Andover 3, Beverly 0— Senior Kate Gregory scored in both halves to lift the host Golden Warriors (11-0-1).

Hingham 6, Norwell 0— Senior Julia Forbes and sophomore Katherine McNally tallied two goals apiece for the visiting Harbormen.

Norwood 2, Canton 1 — Freshman Maggie Curran scored two first-half goals and senior Ally Naumann made 18 saves as the Mustangs (4-5-2) slipped by No. 18 Canton (6-3).

Lynnfield 4, Peabody 0 — Sophomore Lily Rothwell netted a hat trick for the Pioneers (8-3).

Pingree 10, Winsor 0 — Freshman Maddie Mullaney notched a hat trick for Pingree (7-2).

Medway 2, Hopkinton 1 — Junior Emily Dawson scored the winner as the Mustangs (7-2-1) handed the Hillers (6-1-1) their first loss.

Worcester Academy 4, Dana Hall 1 — Emily Ledoux tallied twice, while Tess Harvey and Alexis Cagan added goals to propel the Hilltoppers (5-2) in Wellesley.

Golf

Xaverian 235, BC High 223 — Senior Nate Robards shot a 2-under 34 for the visiting Eagles (9-2) at Brookmeadow CC. Sophomore Jack O'Donnell was even par.

Franklin 169, North Attleborough 173 — Sophomore Jake Blaney (41) earned medalist honors for the Panthers (6-6) at Franklin County Club.

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