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    Masconomet boys’ cross-country pulls out points against Pentucket

    In legging out a 28-29 victory at Pentucket on Friday afternoon, the Masconomet Regional boys’ cross-country team won the individual battles and held off the defending Cape Ann League champions for the decisive points.

    Senior Ben Demers (16 minutes, 48 seconds), sophomore Sebastian Gillegan (16:51), and junior Aiden Colbert (16:51) went 2-3-4 on the 2.95-mile course at Pipe Stave Hill in West Newbury.

    Colbert and first-year runner Robbie McKersie (17:28), who placed seventh, held off Pentucket runners down the stretch to get points for the Chieftains.

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    ‘‘They both won their individual battles. If either of them lost, we would have lost by a point,’’ said coach Patrick Mahoney.

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    With 400 meters to go, Colbert had a Pentucket runner on his heels, but he was able to keep the pace for the win.

    “He just wouldn’t let him pass,” said Mahoney. “He was going to win that battle no matter what.”

    Senior captain Kevin Brown (18:34) was the fifth Masco runner, placing 12th. Peter Lopata finished first for Pentucket (16:36).

    Medway 22, Dedham 33 — Senior Collin McGlynn (17:30) placed first on the 3.1-mile course for the Mustangs (1-0).

    Girls’ cross-country

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    Medway 26, Dedham 29 — Senior Josie McGlynn (22:05) placed first on the 3.1-mile course.

    Field hockey

    Apponequet 3, Dighton-Rehoboth 0 — Sophomore Amelia Blake had two goals and an assist for the Lakers (2-0).

    Braintree 2, Framingham 1 — Delia Lee netted the winner with one second left for the Wamps (4-0). Liv Balsamo, who scored the first Braintree goal, set up the winner.

    Canton 2, Franklin 1 — The 13th-ranked Bulldogs (1-0) won their opener on the strength of two goals from senior Maggie Malloy.

    Duxbury 5, Scituate 0 — Freshman Meghan Gambino scored her first two varsity goals for the Dragons (2-1).

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    Fairhaven 4, Bourne 0 — Senior Lexi Labonte scored a hat trick for the Blue Devils (2-2).

    North Reading 4, Amesbury 0 — Senior Abby Delano netted a pair of goals for the host Hornets (2-2).

    Oliver Ames 3, North Attleborough 1 — Senior Kayla Lozzi scored the winner for the Tigers (2-0-1). Sophomore Maggie Woods added a goal and assist.

    Somerset Berkley 7, Seekonk 0 — Megan Salsinha tallied three goals for the the top-ranked Raiders (3-0).

    Walpole 6, Wellesley 0 — Senior captain Nikki Griffin scored a hat trick for the No. 9 Rebels.

    Watertown 6, Stoneham 0 — Junior Ally Kennedy (2 goals, 3 assists) powered the No. 2 Raiders to the season-opening win.

    Boys’ golf

    Barnstable 274, Falmouth 300 — Senior Tom Bissett (41) and sophomore Jack Longueil (42) led the Red Raiders (3-1) at the par-36 Cape Club.

    Bishop Stang 106, New Bedford 85 — Sophomore Paul Zeller scored 22 points for the 2-2 Whalers.

    Burlington 45, Wakefield 27 — Senior Sean Hurley shot a 35 for the Red Devils (3-1) at Billerica Country Club.

    Dover-Sherborn 239, Norwood 250 — Senior captain Brady Tsourides shot 36 for the Raiders at Norwood Country Club.

    Franklin 166, King Philip 169 — Senior Matt D'Errico (38) earned medalist honors at Franklin Country Club.

    Boys’ soccer

    Bishop Fenwick 9, Matignon 4 — Senior Tarek Nabbout had a hat trick to lead the Crusaders (1-1-1).

    Carver 5, Hull 1 — Sophomore Dom Craig and junior CJ Vincent each scored twice for the Pirates (3-0).

    Case 2, Fairhaven 0 — The Cardinals (1-1-1) earned their first win on goals from Ryan Simmons and Ethan Lopes.

    Lincoln-Sudbury 5, Acton-Boxborough 0 — Junior Nick Kasper scored three goals for the Warriors (3-1).

    Lowell Catholic 3, Arlington Catholic 1 — Edoardo Di Carlo recorded a goal and an assist for the Crusaders (2-1).

    Medford 4, Beverly 0 — Sophomore Iago DeSousa-Viera scored twice for the Mustangs (2-0-1).

    Newton South 2, Weston 1 — Junior Marcos Pessanha and senior Brendan Locke scored for the Lions (1-2-1).

    Pembroke 2, Whitman-Hanson 1 — Senior captain Mike Hendriksen and sophomore Adam Nicholaw tallied goals to propel the Titans (1-1-1) to their first victory.

    Wayland 3, Waltham 0 — Senior Jack Dretler recorded a goal and an assist for the Warriors (2-1-1).

    Whitman-Hanson 6, Rockland 1 — Nolan Clack scored two goals for the Panthers (3-0-0).

    Girls’ soccer

    Blue Hills 4, Mt. Alvernia 0 — Two goals from freshman Bella Prisco fueled the Mustangs (2-1-0).

    Boston International 5, Cathedral 0 — Sophomore Ludmila Texeira scored two goals and added an assist for the Lions (2-0).

    Brookline 2, Weymouth 0 — Sisters Hallie and Samantha Friedman led the Warriors (4-1) with a goal each.

    Cardinal Spellman 1, Bishop Stang 0 — Junior Madison Frye scored the lone goal with two minutes left in the first half for the Cardinals (3-1).

    Danvers 2, Marblehead 0 — Junior Abby Cash and senior captain Jess Pelletier score for the No. 13 Falcons (3-1).

    Fontbonne 8, Holbrook 0 — Junior Jen Hegarty had four goals and two assists for the Ducks (5-0).

    King Philip 3, Milford 0 — Junior Chloe Lane scored two goals for the No. 4 Warriors (3-0-1).

    Mansfield 4, Sharon 0 — Stephanie Kemp and Cassidy McMahon netted two goals apiece for the Hornets.

    Marshfield 2, Notre Dame (Hingham) 1 — Junior Alyssa Fleming scored the winner with 18 minutes left for the No. 15 Rams.

    Middleborough 5, West Bridgewater 0 — Sophomore Katie Benson scored the game’s first two goals and classmate Alexis Vanderzyde added a goal and assist for the Sachems (2-1-0).

    Minuteman 4, Notre Dame (Tyngsborough) 1 — Sophomore Liana Fuschi (2 goals, 1 assist) fueled the Mustangs.

    Natick 6, Milton 1 — Senior Abby Gerdes had four goals for the No. 6 Redhawks (3-0).

    Newton South 3, Westford 1 — The No. 1 Lions (4-0) received two goals from senior Audrey Lavey and junior Lucy Jenks had the other tally.

    St. Mark’s 4, Dana Hall 0 — Senior Caroline Dawson scored two goals for the Lions (1-0).

    Silver Lake 2, Plymouth South 1 — Senior Hannah Vogt scored for the Lakers (2-1).

    Waring 10, Covenant Christian 0 — Senior Elizabeth Patrick of Beverly netted three goals and an assist for the Wolves (1-0).

    Whitman-Hanson 4, Pembroke 0 — Samantha Perkins started the scoring and Skylar Kuzmich made five saves for the No. 3 Panthers (2-0-0).

    Girls’ volleyball

    Apponequet 3, Middleborough 2 — Senior Sarah Blair had 16 kills, 5 blocks, 2 digs, and 12 points for the Lakers (3-2).

    Reading 3, Arlington 1 — Senior Alana Connelly five aces and six kills to lead the Rockets (4-1).

    Belmont 3, Woburn 2 — Junior Sophia Estok had 51 service receptions for the Marauders (4-0).

    Bishop Feehan 3, Seekonk 0 — Senior outside hitter Natalie Reid had five kills and a service ace for the Shamrocks (2-2).

    Bishop Fenwick 3, Hamilton-Wenham 0 — Olivia DiPietro registered nine kills for Fenwick (2-1).

    Braintree 3, Framingham 2 — In the decisive fifth game, a 15-3 win, senior Keegan Best had 10 digs and three assists. Sophomore Jackie Diegel backed the defense for the Wamps (2-3) with 14 digs and 20 serve receptions.

    Brookline 3, Weymouth 1 — Senior Natalija Beslic had 15 kills for the 3-1 Warriors.

    King Philip 3, Milford 1 — Juniors Grace Ely and Catherine Waldeck had nine kills each for the Warriors (2-1).

    Hopkinton 3, Westwood 0 Junior Angie Grabmeier tallied five kills and six assists for the 4-0 Hillers.

    Norwell 3, Archbishop Williams 0 — Sadie O’Brien recorded 11 kills, 2 assists, 4 digs and 1 ace and Saoirse Dennigan delivered 19 assists for the Clippers.

    Revere 3, Salem 1 — Senior Greis Kasofo had 17 assists and seven aces for Patriots (3-1).

    Swampscott 3, Everett 0 — Junior cocaptain Cassidy Ryan posted 20 assists for the Big Blue (1-2). Classmate Alexa Papazoglou added six kills.

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