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Girls' soccer

Algonquin 6, Leominster 0: Freshman Erin O'Reilly netted three goals, and sophomore Kayla Barletta scored twice as the host Tomahawks opened their season by upending the Blue Devils (1-1). Freshman Sydney Carney also scored, and Emma Bacon turned away seven shots in the shutout.

Grafton 5, Bartlett 0: Erika Smith, Olivia Coveney, Meghan Montgomery, Erin Tyldesley and Hazel Wood scored and Lauren Lyver made two saves to lift visiting Grafton (2-1) past Bartlett (0-3)

Holy Name 6, Burncoat 0: Senior Kate Wroblewski scored the winning goal in the fourth minute and added three assists and senior captain Gigi Guenther added two goals to lead the host Naps (1-2) over the Patriots (0-2-1).

Northbridge 6, David Prouty 0: Devyn Jacobs and Amelia Wright each scored two goals and Stephanie Stearns made two saves to earn the shutout for the visiting Rams (3-0, 3-0 SWCL). Jacobs kicked off the scoring in the seventh minute. The Panthers are 0-3, 0-3.

West Boylston 5, Fitchburg 1: Katie Gauthier and Marissa Hayes scored in the first half to spark the host Lions (1-0-1) in the Wachusett D opener for both teams. Erin Fleming, Amanda Benson and Hannah Silva chipped in with second-half goals for West Boylston while Nicole Romero spoiled the shutout bid with a goal for the Red Raiders (0-2).

Maynard 5, Clinton 0: Brenna Smith scored twice, and Shannon Smith had a goal and an assist to power the Tigers (1-1) past the Gaels (0-2). Brittany O'Neil made seven saves in the shutout.

Millbury 3, Tantasqua 0: McKenna Kennedy scored the winner off a corner kick by Mikayla Mitchell, and Taylor Floser and Maddie Wilson also scored to lift the host Woolies (4-0). Gabby Hunt made five saves in the shutout. The Warriors are 1-2.

Oakmont 2, Littleton 0: Kallie Napolitano and Tess Rembetsy-Brown scored as the Spartans (2-2) topped the visiting Tigers (1-2). Kayla Rocheleau had the shutout with two saves.

Narragansett 6, Murdock 1: Jalessa Guadalupe, Julie Moore, Beckey Brandederry, Katie Chapman, Hannah Chapman and Amanda Janssenes each scored to lift the host Warriors (1-1). Mackenzie Rushia scored for the Blue Devils (0-2).

Uxbridge 2, Quaboag 1: Jessica Fitzgerald gave the visiting Spartans (2-2, 2-2 SWCL) the lead with a goal in the 26th minute, then assisted on sophomore Samantha Morton's winning goal in the 78th minute that snapped a 1-1 tie. Shelby Tytula tied the game at 1-1 with a goal in the 33rd minute for the Cougars (1-2, 1-2).

Southbridge 8, Worcester South 2: Julitva Delgado and Ana Gonzalez each scored twice to lift the host Pioneers (2-0-1). Sartun Ibrahim and Mabel Konadul had goals for the Colonels (0-3).

Wachusett 5, Shepherd Hill 2: Katelyn Bottis scored twice, while Riley Wilde, Emma Mailman and Madison Rotti added goals to lead the visiting Mountaineers (3-0, 1-0 Mid-Wach A) past the Rams (0-1, 0-1). Lindsay Ferreira and Kendra O'Malley scored for Shepherd Hill.

Concord Academy 2, Bancroft 1: Alyssa Shear scored in the 25th minute of the first half for the visiting Bulldogs in the season opener for both teams.

Ayer-Shirley 1, Tahanto 0: Cassidy Manna scored on a pass from Taryn Manna to lead the host Panthers past the Stags on the opener for both teams.

AMSA 5, North Brookfield 0: Jessie Earls scored two goals, including the winner in the 19th minute, and Arin Smalls and Lorraine Canavan each added a goal and two assists as the host Eagles (2-0-1) shut out the Indians (1-1).

Gardner 2, Tyngsboro 1: Emily DiPrina scored the winner on a feed from Leah Whitelin eight minutes into the second half, and Samantha Riggins made 13 saves as the host Wildcats (2-0) edged the Tigers (1-2). Meghan Smolinski had Tyngsboro's goal.

Abby Kelley 3, Nashoba Tech 1: Maryrose Abusamra scored twice in the first half to give the host Bears a 2-0 lead as Abby Kelley (1-0-1) topped the Vikings (0-2). Abby Kelley's Jada Plummer and Nashoba Tech's Katherine Murphy scored in the second half and Ailyn Diaz made 11 saves for the Bears.

Boys' soccer

Algonquin 3, Leominster 1: Domenic Cianci scored twice and Tyler Morin added a goal as the host Tomahawks opened their season by defeating the Blue Devils (1-1, 0-1 Midland A). Nahuel Algiday scored for Leominster.

Auburn 2, Blackstone-Millville 0: Alex Mularski made 18 saves for his first shutout and Richie Augusto and Alex Strafer scored in the first half as the host Rockets (1-3) topped the Chargers (1-3).

Bartlett 3, Grafton 1: Seniors Jeremy Guyette, Jacob Simonis (assist) and Dylan Murphy scored to lead host Bartlett (4-0, 4-0 SWCL) past Grafton. Kyle Scanlon scored for Grafton (1-1-2, 1-1-1).

Valley Tech 2, Bay Path 0: Connor Kenney and Matt Gomes scored and Bryce DeMers made 10 saves to lift the visiting Chargers (3-0-1, 1-0) past the Minutemen (2-1, 0-1).

St. John's 1, Burncoat 0: Garret Kutzko scored in the 25th minute, sending in a shot from the box that deflected off a Burncoat player, off the post and into the net to give the visiting Pioneers (3-0) a win over the Patriots (1-1).

Northbridge 6, David Prouty 1: Liam Cunningham had a hat trick, Creighton Dorfman had a goal and two assists and John Stone added two assists to lift the host Rams (2-1). Derek Ingalls scored for the Panthers (0-1-2).

Bromfield 4, Lunenburg 1: Adam Lorenz-Kruk had three goals and an assist and Omar Al-Homsi added a goal to lead the host Trojans (1-1, 1-0 Wachusett C). Tristan Deschenes scored for the Blue Knights (1-2, 0-1).

Millbury 1, Tantasqua 1: Ryan Turner's goal in the 49th minute for the visiting Warriors (1-1-1) tied it up with the Woolies (2-1-1). Senior Alex Dedinas' penalty kick tally in the first half gave Millbury the early lead.

Narragansett 8, Murdock 0: Evan Ollenborger and Austin Myers each had two goals and an assist and Cody Goguen had a goal and assist to lead the host Warriors (3-0, 1-0 Wachusett D) past the Blue Devils (0-1, 0-1).

Oakmont 2, Tahanto 0: Cody Bates scored two goals and Pat Porpora registered seven saves as the visiting Spartans (2-0-1, 1-0 Wachusett C) topped the Stags (0-2, 0-1).

St. Bernard's 1, SPM 0: Chase Kingman scored on a pass from Evan Benham in the 18th minute to propel the visiting Bernardians (1-1-1, 1-0 Central Mass.) past the Guardians (0-1, 0-1). Casey Brenner had eight saves for SPM.

Concord Academy 3, Bancroft 2: Luke Alley scored two goals for the visiting Bulldogs (1-1, 0-1) but the Chameleons (1-0) opened EIL play with a victory.

Worcester Academy 1, BB&N 0: Harrison Eden buried a header from a Ken Clouse pass in the 12th minute to lead the visiting Hilltoppers. Alex Botazzi (4 saves) earned the shutout.

Boys' cross-country

Tantasqua 15, Millbury 47: The visiting Warriors (2-0) swept the top five spots to beat the Woolies (0-2). Mike Ostrowski finished first over 2.9 miles in 17:17. Matt Simmons (17:27), Tyler Bulak (18:02), Jacob Luke (18:12) and Justin Luke (18:13) rounded out the top five.

Auburn 25, Quaboag 30: Thomas Gannon placed first (17:24) over 3 miles, Matt Healey third (19:34) and Colin Gallaway fourth (20:11) as the visiting Rockets (1-1) prevailed in Warren. Max Heaton was second (17:27) and Calvin Cieflak was fifth (20:47) for the Cougars (0-2).

Oxford 18, David Prouty 43: Anthony Rizzo (15:45) and Jared Orrell (16:13) finished 1-2 as the host Pirates (2-0, 2-0 SWCL) raced to victory on their 2.6-mile home course. Ethan Goodreau finished third in 16:32 for the Panthers (0-2, 0-2).

Bartlett 23, Leicester 38: Leicester's Scott Lebouf (19:37) pulled away from Bartlett's Thomas Ralph (19:54) to win the race, but Dom Dunbar (20:28) and Tyler Crowley (22:01) finished third and fifth to help the Indians (2-0, 2-0 SWCL) record the victory on the Wolverines' 3.0-mile course. Leicester is 0-2, 0-2.

North-Tech 21, Abby Kelley 38: Dolan Bloh finished first in 15:05 over 2.8 miles to lead the combined Worcester North-Worcester Tech team in its opening race. His teammates Immanuel Hardy (15:05), Yuta Suzuki (15:10) and Andrew Sassanid (16:15) followed. Aidan Gormley (17:11) placed fifth for host Abby Kelley (0-2).

Boys' golf

Holy Name 146, Burncoat 217: Junior Anthony Vincequere shot a 1-under 35 at Green Hill to pace the visiting Naps (2-2) over the Patriots (0-2).

Nashoba 30, Hudson 24: Alec Dempsey and Jordan Vyas were co-medalists with 3-over 37s at Twin Springs to lift the host Chieftains (1-3) over the Hawks (1-4).

Assabet 167, Nashoba Tech 171: Nashoba Tech's Ryan Harding posted the low score with a 2-over 37 at Chelmsford CC, but Rob Downing and Matt Oberg each shot a 39 to help the visiting Aztecs (2-1, 2-0) slip past the Vikings (2-1, 2-1) in a Colonial Athletic League match-up.

AMSA 165, Keefe Tech 188: Chris Freeman shot a 2-over 37 at St. Mark's to boost the Eagles (3-0).

Oakmont 28, Clinton 26: Curtis Caldwell and Jon Collette of the visiting Spartans (3-0, 2-0 Mid-Wach C) shared medalist honors with Clinton sophomore Mike Gibbons, but Oakmont edged out the team victory at Twin Springs in Bolton. All three players carded a 2-over 36. The Gaels slip to 1-2, 0-2.

Auburn 9, Bartlett 0: Jack Scavone shot 2-over 38 at Pakachoag GC to lift the Rockets (3-2) past the Indians (1-5).

Millbury 6, Quaboag 3: Clayton Courtemanche shot 8-over 43 for the host Cougars (0-3) at Quail Hollow CC in Oakham. Colin Huban shot a 45 for the Woolies (4-2).

Oxford 71/2, Southbridge 11/2: Dan Cassie earned medalist honors to lead the visiting Pirates (2-2-1) past the Pioneers (0-5) at Cohasse CC.

Wachusett 198, Hopedale 212: Owen Quinn fired an even-par 36 at Holden Hills to lead the host Mountaineers (4-1) past the Blue Knights (3-3).

Marlboro 301/2, Westboro 231/2: Jason Short of the host Panthers and Jeff Arnold of the visiting Rangers each shot 1-over 36 at Marlboro CC as Marlboro (2-2) topped Westboro (2-2).

Littleton 331/2, Bromfield 201/2: Christian Watson shot 5-over 40 as the host Tigers (1-1) edged the Trojans (0-2) at Groton CC. Bromfield's John Seymour shot 39 to earn medalist honors.

Douglas 51/2, Nipmuc 31/2: Andrew Brown shot a 4-over 40 at Blissful Meadows to lead the host Tigers (4-0, 1-0 DVual Valley) past the Warriors (2-2, 0-1).

Gardner 34, Lunenburg 20: Klark Johnson shot 6-over 42 at Gardner Municipal, lifting the Wildcats (3-0, 1-0 Midland C) past the Blue Knights (1-1, 1-1).

Shepherd Hill 204, Groton-Dunstable 230: Lucas Spahl carded a 1-under 35 at Dudley Hill to lead the host Rams (1-1) past the Crusaders (1-4).

West Boylston 38, Maynard 16: Zach Magarian shot a 2-over 38 to garner medalist honors and lead the Lions (2-2) past the Tigers (0-1) at Kettle Brook. Maynard's Bailey Loughlin shot a 42.

Tyngsboro 29, Narragansett 25: Greg Howlett was shot a 5-over 40 at Templewood in Templeton for the Warriors (2-2), who fell to the visiting Tigers (1-2-1). Tyngsboro's Kevin Neal shot a 41.

Girls' cross-country

Millbury 27, Tantasqua 28: Angie DiDomenica's first-place finish of 18:57 on her 2.9-mile home course keyed the victory for the Woolies (2-0). Millbury's Alexis Violette (21:20) outlasted Tantasqua's Maggie Simonds (21:28) for second place. Emily Amadei (22:10) and Catherine Chase (22:22) were next across the line for the Warriors (1-1), with the Woolies taking the next six spots to clinch the victory.

Auburn 15, Quaboag 50: The Rockets (1-1) swept the host Cougars (0-2) on a 3-mile course in Warren led by Brianna Allain (25:18), Ava Sargent (25:57), Riley Simmons (23:14), Stephanie Bolduc, (26:42) and Victoria Siwonian (27:08). Heather Fontaine (28:04) was Quaboag's top finisher in 11th place.

David Prouty 27, Oxford 32: Oxford's Amanda Gevry ran to an easy victory with a time of 21:14 on her 2.6-mile home course, with teammate Lauren Hart (23:22) placing second, but the visiting Panthers (1-1) pulled out the victory with Casey Preston (24:08), Abby Lafountain (24:15) and Jackie Dayutis (24:27) the next three runners across the finish line. The Pirates slipped to 0-2.

Bartlett 25, Leicester 33: Leicester's Kaitlyn Pajer raced to a first-place finish of 21:55 on her 3-mile home course, but the Indians (2-0, 2-0 SWCL) recorded the victory with Rachel Connor (23:58), Abbi Poplawski (23:58) and Sophie Santoro (26:33) finishing 3-4-5. Emily Moughan placed second in 23:43 for the Wolverines (0-2, 0-2).

Notre Dame 26, Marlboro 29: Cierra Ryan (21:10), Isabelle Chan (21:36) and Maggie McGovern (22:13) finished third through fifth on the 3.05-mile course to lead the visiting Rebels in their season opener. Jillian Caiazzi (20:18) and Erin Giugno (20:39) grabbed the top two spots for the Panthers (0-1).

North-Tech 19, Abby Kelley 44: Lindsay Allan won in 19:59 over 2.8 miles to lead the North-Tech combined team to victory over the host Bears (0-2) in its opening race. Abby Kelley's Grace Schwartz placed second (20:26), followed by North-Tech's Pelanie Oungougai (22:23), Rashidah Namuyomba (22:43) and Jasmin Addai (22:47).

Field hockey

Nipmuc 0, Blackstone-Millville 0: Rebecca Thibault made eight saves for the visiting Chargers (1-0-1), while Sammi Rappazini had three for the Warriors (0-2-1).

Algonquin 6, Groton-Dunstable 0: Junior Taylor Long had a hat trick and an assist, while Erin Berger earned her third shutout to lead the host Tomahawks (3-0) past the Crusaders (1-2). Freshman Julianne Sacco, junior Megan Holmes and freshman Meghan Ward added goals for Algonquin.

Monty Tech 2, Assabet 0: Taryne Swan scored twice, while Rhiannon Fletcher earned the shutout to lead the visiting Bulldogs (2-1, 1-1 Colonial) past the Aztecs (0-2, 0-1).

Northbridge 5, David Prouty 0: Abbey Crothers scored twice to help the host Rams (2-2, 2-1 SWCL) past the Panthers (0-4, 0-3). Megan LaChapelle had a goal and two assists, Ashley Senosk scored and had an assist and Lily Redding also scored.

Leicester 4, Oxford 2: Michelle Pager scored twice and Maddie Brennan and Mary Brown each scored once to lift the visiting Wolverines (2-0, 1-0 SWCL) past the Pirates (1-2-1, 1-2). Nicole Grady and Alexis Morrison scored and Victoria Parr had two assists for Oxford.

Leominster 1, St. Bernard's 0: Shaylyn Gallagher knocked in a pass from Jamie Xarras with 6:03 left in the first half, and Kasey Mammone turned away five shots as the Blue Devils (2-2) held on to top the visiting Bernardians (1-1-1).

Oakmont 1, Narragansett 0: Sarah Dubois made 10 saves and Tara Harrington scored at 22:13 of the first half to help the visiting Spartans (3-0, 3-0 Wachusett C) top the Warriors (0-3, 0-2).

Quabbin 0, Shrewsbury 0: Caroline Trabucco made 11 saves for the Colonials (2-1-1), while Alison Bieksha made six saves for the Panthers (1-0-1) in Barre.

Quaboag 4, Uxbridge 0: Sophomore Kayla Klein had two goals and an assist, while senior Madison Messier and sophomore ZuZu Demetrius also scored to lead the visiting Cougars (4-0, 3-0 SWCL) past the Spartans (0-3, 0-3).

Notre Dame 5, Tantasqua 1: Molly Terry scored four goals in the first 11 minutes to lift the visiting Rebels (2-0) past the Warriors (2-1). Julia Crowley scored Notre Dame's final goal in the second half. Sonia Dunn scored for Tantasqua with 7:30 left.

N. Brookfield 3, Worcester Tech 0: Caitlin Worthington had a goal and an assist to lift the host Indians (1-1) past the Eagles (0-1). Lindsey Ostiguy and Kim O'Brien also scored.

Hopedale 3, Sutton 0: Camryn Dias, Katie Rizzo and Michaela Vail scored to lead the Blue Raiders (3-0, 1-0 Dual Valley) past the host Suzies (1-2, 0-1).

Tahanto 5, Clinton 0: Rachel Wilhelmy scored twice to lead the host Stags (4-0) past the Gaels (2-1). Ashley Smith, James O'Day and Melissa McQueen also scored.

Tyngsboro 1, Hudson 1: Gaelyn Donoghue scored three minutes into the second half to lift the visiting Hawks (1-2-1) to a tie with the Tigers (2-0-1). Heather Douglas scored in the first half for Tyngsboro.

Worcester Acad. 4, Beaver CD 0: Emily Ledoux, Sheila Gadbois, Lilee McNeil and McKenna Gray scored for the host Hilltoppers (1-0).

Burncoat 1, Holy Name 0: Kylie Thomas scored with eight minutes left and Cecilia Allen made three saves as the host Patriots (1-2) blanked the Naps (0-3).

Girls' volleyball

Doherty 3, South Lancaster 0: The host Highlanders (1-2) swept the Crusaders, 25-7, 25-7 and 25-15.

North 3, South 2: Gabriele Rodriguez had 12 aces and Dorothy Mensah added seven aces as the Polar Bears (1-2, 1-0 Inter-High) topped the visiting Colonels (0-2, 0-1). Set scores were 25-17, 19-25, 25-16, 25-27, 15-8.

Algonquin 3, Leominster 0: Nicole Federici had four kills and five aces and Brianna Burns had two kills, 10 aces and five digs to lift the visiting Tomahawks (3-0), 25-13, 25-6, 25-10.

Shrewsbury 3, Nashoba 0: Sophmore Taylor Dunphy (3 assists, 11 kills, 7 digs), junior Emily Matozel (2 aces, 9 kills, 3 digs) and senior Sierra Decatur (29 assists, 6 digs) led the Colonials (4-0), 25-13, 25-11, 25-21. Natalie Lindsay had three kills and Olivia Perkins had three aces and three kills for the Chieftains (0-2).

Valley Tech 3, Tri-County 0: Olivia Bianco (7 service points, 4 aces, 11 assists), Sam Chamberlain (8 service points, 2 aces) and Jillian Karakeian (10 service points, 16 assists) sparked the visiting Beavers (2-0). Set scores were 25-23, 25-11, 25-16.

Marianapolis 3, Master's School (Conn.) 0: Senior Rachel Roach had five of the Golden Knights' nine kills, and classmate Rachel Aho recorded five first-set aces as visiting Marianapolis won in three sets, 25-15, 25-22, 25-20.

Minnechaug 3, Westboro 2: Senior Maddy Chuma and freshman Emma Smallcomb were strong serving, and junior Gianna Scioletti registered 19 kills, but the visiting Rangers (4-1) fell to the Falcons (4-0) in Wilbraham. Set scores were 22-25, 24-26, 25-19, 25-23, 19-17.

Nipmuc 3, Blackstone-Millville 1: Senior captain Lauren Brady had nine service points, Lindsay Doyle had 11 service points and Grace Caughey had 18 service points to lead the host Warriors (1-1, 1-0 Dual Valley). Set scores were 25-14, 19-25, 25-17, 25-7.

Sutton 3, Hopedale 1: Ally Hester had 3 service points, 3 digs and 3 kills to lead the host Suzies past the Blue Raiders, 25-17, 25-23, 23-25, 25-17. Taylor Dunster had three service points and four kills while Julia Malenchini had seven assists for Sutton (3-0). Hopedale is 2-1.
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