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Ian Appleby, No. 12 Cohasset shut down No. 16 Middleboro

Ian Appleby faced a tough assignment in his first varsity start for the Cohasset boys’ soccer team Monday afternoon.

The sophomore goalie was tasked with shutting down Middleboro, which had racked up 15 goals in its first three games.

Appleby rose to the occasion, recording a clean sheet as the Skippers, ranked 12th in this week’s Globe Top 20, prevailed with a 4-0 victory the No. 16 Sachems in their home opener.


Senior Cam Pattison scored a goal and added an assist for Cohasset (3-0), which has conquered all three of the South Shore League opponents they’ve faced this season.

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Appleby was filling in for junior Ian Dunkelberger, who broke his wrist in the Skippers’ 3-0 win at Carver on Thursday.

Dunkelberger led the Skippers to the Division 4 state final last season, but the team didn’t seem to falter with Appleby sliding in between the pipes.

“We have a talented and raw young goalkeeper filling in,” Cohasset coach Jim Willis said. “It was good to get a win and give him some confidence.”

Juniors Chris Longo and Michael McDougald and senior Andrew Sullivan also scored for the Skippers.


Gloucester 5, Saugus 1 — Alex Lopes and Kevin deOliviera had two goals apiece for the Fishermen (1-1).

Duxbury 3, Quincy 0 — Sophomore Jan Fleming scored twice, helping junior Tim Mehrmann record a clean sheet in his first start for the Dragons (1-0).

Latin Academy 2, West Roxbury 0 — Steven Buiche scored both goals for the visiting Dragons.

Dover-Sherborn 4, Medfield 1 — Corey Lampman had two goals and an assist and junior Griffin Windle picked up his first varsity goal for the Raiders (3-0).

Matignon 11, Cathedral 0 — Senior Jeremy Piecz and junior Will Jennings each had three goals for the Warriors.


Archbishop Williams 2, Sacred Heart 0 — Sean Hobbs and Pat Hegarty scored for the Bishops (1-1).

Braintree 2, Framingham 1 — Seniors Faris Salem and Ryan Mangan each scored to lead the Wamps.

Hingham 2, Plymouth North 0 — Sophomore forward Nick Lynch and senior midfielder John Welch tallied for the Harbormen (2-0) and junior Kyle Bryant logged the shutout.

West Bridgewater 2, Bristol-Plymouth 0 — CJ Dunn and and Kevin Lawler each had a goal for the Wildcats.

Mansfield 4, Canton 2 — Senior captain Sam Hyland put his stamp on each of the goals for the Hornets (1-0-2), scoring on a one-touch through ball from Luke Savoie before assisting on two goals by senior striker Nick Wisnieski and one by junior midfielder Jared Gabrilowitz.

Medford 2, Peabody 0 — Sophomore Kendy Prince tallied a goal and an assists for the No. 19 Mustangs (2-0-1).

Acton-Boxborough 4, Westford 0 — Pasha Nikolayev scored two goals to lead the Colonials.

Minuteman 5, Community Charter 4 — Seniors Jack Zuccala and Dylan Giddings each potted two goals for the Mustangs (1-1).

Norwell 3, Mashpee 0 — Freshman Ben Pesko and seniors Tyler Studley and Josh Toomey provided the scoring for the Clippers.

Holbrook 3, Upper Cape 3 — UC’s Austin Marshall and Caleb Jepson scored in the last 21 minutes of the game to knot the score.

Pembroke 4, Plymouth South 1 — The Titans were led by senior Gabe Noguer, who scored two goals in the team’s first win of the season.

Cambridge 4, Newton South 1 — AJ Acloque tallied two goals and assist as the Falcons won their opener.

Franklin 2, Milford 1 — Sophomores Jacob Cummings and Sam Stowell scored to lift the host Cougars.

Hopedale 6, Cardinal Spellman 1 — Senior captain Jeremy Martin scored three goals to power the visiting Blue Raiders (2-0) past the Cardinals (0-2).

Girls’ soccer

Rockland 4, Carver 3 — Senior Grace Oliver recorded two goals and two assists for the Bulldogs (4-0-0).

Archbishop Williams 3, Sacred Heart 0 — Senior Chigozie Sumani, senior Asiah Dingle, and freshman Carly Akoury scored for the Bishops (1-0).

Norwell 5, Mashpee 0 — Led by junior Bridget Coffee, the Clippers (3-0) picked up their third South Shore League win.

Blue Hills 8, Bristol Aggie 0 — Shannon McGettigan notched a hat trick and Tiffany Ewell added two goals and two assists for the Warriors (1-0).

Old Rochester 4, Somerset Berkley 2 — Nikki Fantoni scored a pair of first-half goals to lead the Bulldogs.

Lincoln-Sudbury 2, Concord-Carlisle 1 — Senior Isabel Ross had a goal and an assist for the Warriors.

Brookline 4, Newton North 0 — Junior forward Hallie Freeman notched two goals for the Warriors (2-0-1).

Ursuline 2, Norfolk Aggie 1 — Freshman Kelly Cheevers scored her first career goal and senior goalie Grace Kelly recorded 12 saves for the Bears (2-1).

Oliver Ames 4, Sharon 2 — Jackie Mills scored two of the Tigers’ four second-half goals in the team’s third sraight win.

Gloucester 2, Lynn English 0 — Eighth-grader Darcy Muller scored the Fishermen’s two goals.

Winthrop 5, Revere 1 — Freshman Maura Dorr tallied two goals as the Vikings notched a win in their season opener.

Hingham 3, Plymouth North 0 — The Harbormen were led by junior forward Kira Maguire’s two goals.

Walpole 3, Milton 2 — Junior Abby McLaughlin led the way with a goal and an assist for the Rebels.

Peabody 5, Malden 1 — Deanna Ruggierio led the charge with two goals for the Tanners, who earned their first victory of the season.

Boston Latin 4, Bedford 1 — Senior Bianca Macedo recorded two goals to lead the Wolfpack.

Minuteman 10, Greater Lawrence 3 — Senior Allison Ronchetti and junior Sabrina Correa each netted two goals for the Mustangs (2-1).

Field hockey

Bridgewater-Raynham 2, Durfee 0 — Senior Peyton Elliot and junior Raegan Ferreira provided the scoring for the Trojans, who moved to 2-0.

Lexington 6, Stoneham 0 — The Minutemen (3-0) stayed undefeated thanks to two goals from sophomore Nairi Enwright.

Mansfield 1, Stoughton 0 — Junior Tori Farrington scored the game’s lone goal for the visiting Hornets.

Monomoy 3, Sturgis East 0 — Junior Effa Daley netted two goals in the win.

Arlington 2, Melrose 0 — Junior Grace Kelly scored both goals and sophomore Elena Jacey notched her first varsity shutout to lead the Spy Ponders (2-0-1).

Newburyport 3, Pentucket 0 — Three players scored and three more earned assists to lead a balanced attack for the Clippers (1-1).

Masconomet 1, North Reading 0 — Junior Nicole Amyouny scored the lone goal for the Chieftains (2-1).

Manchester Essex 8, Amesbury 0 — Seven players scored for the No. 11 Hornets (2-0), who were led by the stellar play of freshman Lily Hehanas.

Wellesley 2, Norwood 0 — Alex Ramsden scored off of a corner kick as the Raiders (3-0-1) secured the shutout win.

Belmont 1, Wilmington 0 — Junior Morgan Chase scored the winner with three minutes to go to keep the Marauders (2-0) undefeated.

Needham 4, Weymouth 1 — The Rockets improved to 3-0 behind juniors Gracie Bruno and Eileen Manning, who each tallied two goals and an assist.

Somerset Berkley 7, Dartmouth 1 — Junior Megan Salsinha paved the way with a hat trick and one assist in the Raiders’ second win of the season.

Walpole 10, Milton 0 — Juniors Nikki Griffin (three goals) and Caileen Quinn (two) powered the Porkers (2-0-1).

Chelmsford 3, Bishop Fenwick 0 — Sophomore Claire Danahy, junior Emily Dionne, and senior Maya Dube scored for the visiting Lions.

Rockport 1, Georgetown 0 — Senior Kaley Lattof netted the game’s only goal, finishing a setup from sisters Lucy and Molly Twombley to give the Vikings (3-0) the win.

Newton North 4, Brookline 0 — The Tigers (1-3) got goals from four players en route to their first victory of the season.

Ipswich 2, Hamilton-Wenham 1 — Olivia Corcoran and Riley Daly scored for the Tigers.

Boys’ golf

Mashpee 152, Abington 90 — Eighth-grader Colin Spencer (2-under 32) pocketed a hole-in-one on the par-3, 110-yard sixth hole at Strawberry Valley Golf Course for the Falcons.

Case 100, Fairhaven 90 — The Cardinals (1-1) notched their first victory of the year thanks to the performances of senior Jake Nachado (4-over 40) and junior Ross Audet (6-over 42).

Acton-Boxborough 95, Newton South 81 — Sophomore Jarrod Beauregard led the Colonials (2-0) with 17 points.

Braintree 232, North Quincy 268 — Sophomore Joe Graceffaa shot was 1-over-par 35 at Presidents Golf Course for the Wamps.

Wilmington 39, Woburn 33 — Sophomore Zack Kincaid won in his first varsity match to pick up decisive points for the Wildcats (1-1).

Brookline 95, Needham 84 — The Warriors improved to 2-0 behind junior James Imai (even-par 35).

Medfield 245, Holliston 282 — Junior Maggie Scales fired a 2-over par 38 at Ponkapoag GC for the Warriors.

Norwell 37½, Rockland 16½ — The Clippers (2-0) were led by sophomore Drew Hurley, who carded a 4-over 31 at Rockland CC.

Wellesley 117, Milton 87 — Junior Mark Harrington led the Raiders (2-0-1) with a 1-under par 35.

Boston Latin 97, Bedford 70 — Sophomore Khai Buttner led the way for Wolfpack with 15 points.

Concord-Carlisle 107, Cambridge 28 — Sophomore Gabrielle Shieh shot a one-over 35 to power the Patriots (1-1) to their first victory of the season.

Xaverian 150, Brockton 94 — Senior Peter Hudner scored a match-high 28 points to lead the Hawks (3-0).

Girls’ volleyball

Framingham 3, Braintree 0 — Senior Rachel Lew had 13 kills, 11 digs, and 3 aces and Sarah Stuart added 10 kills, 7 digs, and 4 aces in the Flyers’ first victory of the season.

Needham 3, Weymouth 0 — Suela Miloshi recorded 11 aces and eight kills for the Rockets (2-1).

Newton North 3, Brookline 2 — Junior Ashley Wang led the way for the No. 2 Tigers (3-0) with 21 kills, 19 service points, and 18 assists. Classmate Chelsea Simmons added 25 assists, and Julia Lanfear and Miska Legatova added 11 kills apiece in a match that lasted nearly three hours.

Andover 3, Chelmsford 0 — Alexis Mancha tallied 14 assists, 8 kills, 7 aces, and 6 digs to pace the Golden Warriors (2-0).

Cambridge 3, Wayland 0 — Senior outside hitters Abby Reynolds (12 kills) and Lorra Marseille (14 kills, 6 aces) led the way for the Falcons (3-0). Melissa Lui added four kills.

Case 3, Fairhaven 0 — The Cardinals (2-0) prevailed in straight sets, 25-18, 25-13, 25-16, led by senior Hailey Armburg’s nine kills and four aces.

Lynnfield 3, Newburyport 0 — Sam Lebruska had five aces, five kills, and six digs and Melissa Morelli had seven assists and three aces for the 3-0 Pioneers.

King Philip 3, Foxborough 0 — Sydney Phillips notched 11 kills and three digs, Michaela Palumbo had five kills and five aces, and Rachael Veilleux dished out 21 assists as the Warriors (2-1) earned a sweep.

Girls’ swimming

Needham 93, Walpole 88 — Ava Sirignano came in second in the 500 freestlye for the Rockets.

Girls’ cross-country

Revere 15, Everett 50 — Sophomore Erika Cheever finished first for the Patriots (1-1).

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