School roundup: Sandwich girls XC wins Big Wave Invitational

LAKEVILLE – Emma Eastman finished second in the junior/senior race, while Anna Goodwin earned sixth, leading the Blue Knights girls squad to victory at Apponequet’s Big Wave Invitational on Saturday.

Eastman ran the 2.5-mile course in 15 minutes, 38.66 seconds, finishing behind only Plymouth South’s Jill Callahan (15:32.91). Goodwin (16:47.6) followed Eastman with a sixth-place finish, while Sandwich also got strong finishes from Maggie Nardini (12th, 17:29.62), Ciara Molloy (17th, 17:45.81) and Chloe Catalini (26th, 18:30.2).

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The Nauset girls finished third, led by Abigale Farrell (3rd, 15:59.9) and Hannah Brunelle (9th, 17:23.69). Barnstable was sixth, with Tatiana Dunne (5th, 16:13.52) and Jasmine Rose (18th, 17:56.12) leading the way.

Jake Pearl (13:08.51) was second in the boys junior/senior race, as Nauset finished fifth. Sandwich’s Matt Pigott (13:59.42) finished 14th, while teammate Zachary Simpson (14:33.72) was 21st.

Sophomore Connor Brewster won the freshman/sophomore 2.5 mile race in 13:40, leading the Barnstable boys to a third-place finish, behind Marshfield and Taunton. Sophomore Charlie Ewald (14:02) and classmate Sean Cole (14:50) followed in sixth and 16th, respectively. In the junior/senior race, junior Ethan Weiner (14:24) and senior Ian Wojtowicz (15:16) were 18th and 36th, respectively.

Steven Barmashi (22nd, 14:43) led Bourne in the junior/senior race, followed by teammate David Nitschke (42nd, 15:30), while Celia Caron (52nd, 20:44) led in the girls race. Alex Lane (27, 15:29) was the Canalmen’s top runner in the freshman/sophomore boys race, while Kate Wiler (28th, 18:55) led in the girls race.

Riverview got strong performances from Matty Gaydos, Jonathan Dion, Hanna Morrissette and Taisia Martin in the season opener for the team.

D-Y girls second at Dutkiewicz Invitational: The Dennis-Yarmouth girls took three of the top 11 spots in the varsity race, earning second place in the small school portion of the 23rd Ted Dutkiewicz Invitational at East Longmeadow High School.

Carly Coughlin (2nd, 18:15.2), Amelia Burnett (9th, 19:00) and Linny Clancy (11th, 19:05) led the way on the 2.67-mile varsity course for the D-Y girls. Olivia Solecki (25th, 20:35), Adriana Cericola (30th, 21:16) and Liv Sullivan (31st, 21:38) also contributed.

Kevin Arsenault (11:12.1) and Sasha Galvin (13:01.1) went 1-2 in the boys freshman/sophomore 2.14-mile race for D-Y, while Savannah Johnson (15:37) was second in the girls race. Gabi Rios (21:16) was 10th in the girls 2.67-mile junior varsity, while Charlie Katz (21:59) was 12th.

BOYS SOCCER

Nauset 6, Monomoy 0: Senior Avery Santoro scored the first three goals of the game, helping the Warriors past a stingy Sharks defense in North Eastham.

Nauset (4-0) did not get its second goal until late in the first half, taking a two-goal lead to the break. Santos made it 3-0 early in the second half, before seniors Romell Brown, Curtis Moore and Tarihq Griffiths later scored for the 6-0 final. Moore’s goal came off a penalty kick.

Sophomore Henry Watson and junior Jack Avellar faced two shots per half en route to the shutout for the Warriors. Nauset also got assists from sophomores Anthony Lovati, Ben Labranche and Elias Ouaiss.

Monomoy (2-2-1) got strong play in the back from senior Cliff Wilson, as well as senior Logan Routhier in the midfield.

GIRLS SOCCER

Falmouth 5, Durfee 0: Ariana Silvia had a hand in four of the Clippers’ goals, as Falmouth blanked the Hilltoppers in Falmouth.

Silvia was taken down inside the Durfee box just seven minutes into the game, with Tori Roulston converting the penalty kick for an early 1-0 lead. Silvia again found herself in the Hilltoppers’ box, colliding with the Durfee goalie, while Abby Roman knocked home the ball for a 2-0 lead. Silvia then got a goal all her own, at 30:30 of the opening half, to give Falmouth (2-2) a three-goal lead at the break.

Silvia netted her second goal of the game midway through the second half, on a pass from Caitlin O’Malley, before Marissa MacNevin finished off a pass from Arantxa Sanchez-Chavarri to close out scoring.

Keira Furey was strong in net en route to the shutout. Furey needed to make a deft save on a free kick just over the wall early in the second half.

FIELD HOCKEY

Martha’s Vineyard 4, Brockton 0: Abby Marchand had a goal and an assist as the Vineyarders shut out the Bulldogs in Oak Bluffs.

Martha’s Vineyard (2-1) didn’t score until Christian Schmidt knocked home a pass from Sophie Combra with 1:21 to play in the first half.

The Vineyarders, however, pulled away with three goals in the second half, outshooting Brockton, 14-0. Martha’s Vineyard also had 11 penalty corners in the win.

Hailey Meader doubled the lead with 27:07 to play, off Marchand’s assist, before Marchand made it 3-0 off a rebound with 21 minutes left. Mackenzie Condon finished the scoring with 15:40 remaining, with an assist from Rose Herman.

Dennis-Yarmouth 2, Bishop Stang 1: Freshman Kayla McGaffigan knocked home an Avery Nardone pass with 10 minutes to play, helping the Dolphins edge the Spartans in non-league action in North Dartmouth.

Abby Hicks had tied the score at 1-all with 3:28 to play in the first half on an individual-effort tally. Bishop Stang broke the ice with 22 minutes remaining in the opening half on the first goal allowed by Dennis-Yarmouth (2-0-1) this season.

The Dolphins led Bishop Stang (2-2) in corners, 13-5.

Barnstable 9, Nantucket 0: Bridget Everett had two goals and three assists, while Reagan Hicks had two goals and two assists, in a shutout victory for the Red Raiders in Hyannis.

Hannah Donnellan added a pair of goals for Barnstable (2-1-1), which led, 6-0, at halftime, while Eve Bancroft, Abigail Corey and Grace Cooney added a goal each.

The Red Raiders defense held Nantucket (0-2) in check with particularly strong play in the back from Olivia Burbic, Caroline Marczely and Leah Pierce.