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COLUMN: HOMETEAM HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP

FIELD HOCKEY

Shrewsbury 2, Quabbin 1: Katelyn Lijoi finished off a pass from Rachel Diebold with 11 minutes remaining to send the host Colonials (9-1) to victory.

Alanna Maniatis scored the opener, assisted by Lauren Ineson, while Jill Schlegel tied it up for the Panthers (5-3-2) later in the first half.

Auburn 1, Nipmuc 0: Junior Jaime McNamara dribbled down field and scored off her own rebound with 11 minutes left in the first half to send the Rockets (9-0-1) into the Central Mass. Tournament. Sarah Palace made 13 saves to record her ninth shutout as the Warriors fell to 6-3.

David Prouty 1, North Brookfield 0: Senior captain Toni Doldo scored on a feed from Emily Charbonneau midway through first half to send the visiting Panthers (1-5-1) to their first win.

Danielle Huston made one save in the shutout of the Indians (0-6-1).

Grafton 4, Southbridge 0: Junior Kendal Roy scored twice to lead the host Indians (4-2-2) over the Pioneers (2-9).

Juniors Olivia Fraser and Alexis LeMay also had goals. Kelsey Rudert made two saves in the shutout.

Hopedale 3, Notre Dame 0: Gabbi Dos Ramos scored twice as the Blue Raiders (7-1) topped the Rebels (6-2).

Katie Rizzo completed the scoring, while Camryn Dias, Layne Ward and Mackenzie Greenberg had assists. Audra Hampsch (two saves) posted the shutout.

Hudson 1, Maynard 0: Cassandra Chaves scored off a penalty corner five minutes into the second half for the host Hawks (3-4). Michelle Chiasson (six saves) had the shutout.

Leicester 0, Shepherd Hill 0: Ellen Walsh had six saves for host Leicester (3-4-2), and Marissa Colby made two stops for Shepherd Hill (2-5-3).

Leominster 3, North Middlesex 0: Shaylyn Gallagher put the Blue Devils (6-3) ahead with 5:38 left in the first half as they topped the visiting Patriots (1-7-1).

Casey Buckley and Sydnee Gallant scored in the game's final 10 minutes. Dominique Zarrella assisted on the first two goals, and Kasey Mammone picked up the shutout.

Littleton 3, Groton-Dunstable 1: Kim Lizotte scored twice and sister Sarah Lizotte also had a goal to pace the host Tigers (7-1-1). Erin Mealey had an assist and Liz Porell made four saves.

Lydia Penney scored on an assist from Emily Riposa for the Crusaders (3-4-2).

Marlboro 2, Assabet 0: Stephanie Gibbs and Jocelyn Dion each set up the other's goal for the Panthers (4-5) at home.

Sam Vaccaro had an assist and Laura Fyers made one save in the shutout. Danielle Sharkey stopped 14 shots for the Aztecs (3-4).

Nashoba 1, Ashland 0: Senior Tori Dandy scored with four minutes left in the first half, assisted by sophomore Olivia Hurd, and juniors Bridget Boyle (one save) and Alison Gaffney (four saves) each played a half in net to share the shutout for the visiting Chieftains (7-2).

Northbridge 6, Oxford 1: Megan LaChapelle had three goals and Mikaela Bernard had two goals and an assist for the visiting Rams (4-4, 1-1 SWCL). Jenna Kelly also scored and Codi Bennett had two assists.

Jamie Brodeur had the goal for the Pirates (2-8, 0-3).

North Central 0, Monty Tech 0: Freshman Maddie Hanson made five saves for host North Central (3-4-1) in Fitchburg. Addie Laroche made four saves for the Bulldogs (8-1-1).

St. Peter-Marian 2, Wachusett 0: Catherine Clark scored both goals for the Guardians (4-2-3) as they defeated the Mountaineers (5-2).

Keeley Connors and Karli Kazanovicz provided the assists. Karlie Bove made five saves for the shutout.

Uxbridge 4, Douglas 0: Senior captains Caitie Francis (three goals) and Mickayla Holt (goal, two assists) helped the visiting Spartans (9-0-1) qualify for the playoffs.

Gina Petrillo had to make only one save in the shutout, while Cassidy Chatman made 14 stops for the Tigers (1-6-2).

BOYS' SOCCER

Leicester 2, Shepherd Hill 2: Senior captain Jack Lajoie buried a penalty kick in the 79th minute as host Leicester (6-2-3, 6-1-1 SWCL) came back from a two-goal deficit to stun the sixth-ranked Rams.

Bromfield 4, Tahanto 0: Dylan Osgood, Mark Ferguson, Ben L'Ecuyer, and Ross Brown-Cullinane scored for the Trojans (5-2-1).

David Prouty 2, Tantasqua 1: Derek Bell scored from 35 yards with seven minutes left to snap the tie and deliver victory to the host Panthers (7-2).

Zack Mongeon had Prouty's other goal, and Andy Lidonde scored for the Warriors (6-5).

Douglas 2, Blackstone-Millville 1: David Goldenberg scored in the 42nd minute and Josh Jess followed in the 48th minute, assisted by Zach Rodas, to propel the visiting Tigers (7-1-1).

Junior Tyler Symes, assisted by senior Deven Davies, scored in the 66th minute for the Chargers (2-6-2).

Gardner 2, Oakmont 0: Jose Herrera opened the scoring in the eighth minute and assisted on Chris Walsh's late goal in the 78th minute as the visiting Wildcats (4-3-1, 2-2-1 Midland A) edged the Spartans (2-4-2, 2-3).

Chris Newton's four saves sealed the shutout.

Grafton 9, Southbridge 0: Anthony D'Amcio and Ariel Nascimento each scored twice as the host Indians (5-1-2) rolled. Peter Edwards recorded his first career goal, while Dustin Cruz, Chris Leonardi and Isak Henningson also scored.

Maynard 4, Ayer-Shirley 2: Junior Robbie Oliphant scored the tying and winning goals for the host Tigers (8-2-2), who trailed, 2-1, early in the second half.

Connor Begun scored both goals for the Panthers (2-4-1). Dan Hughes and Matthew Kiley also scored for Maynard.

Parker 10, Nashoba Tech 0: Daegan Crane had a hat trick and Will Bryant added two goals to lift the host Panthers (7-2-1, 5-2-1 CAL).

Shrewsbury 4, Burncoat 1: Arjun Tanguturi, Ian Miller, Chris Alfonzo and Shane Fay scored for the 10th-ranked Colonials (5-2), who led, 3-0, at halftime.

Phillippe Jean-Baptiste scored for the Patriots (2-6-1).

St. John's Prep 4, St. John's 1: Senior Matt Powell scored in the 72d minute on a feed from Nick White for Pioneers (3-5) - the first goal allowed by the Eagles (7-0) this season. Mike Kotsopoulos made several saves in the loss.

Sutton 5, Nipmuc 0: Ryan Elster had two goals to power the fourth-ranked Sammies (7-1-1, 4-0-1 Dual Valley) past the visiting Warriors (2-6-2, 2-3).

Kevin Rothermich, Thomas Murphy and Justin Rothermich also scored, and Gordy Smythe and Tom Gilbert shared the shutout.

Uxbridge 2, Bartlett 1: Mike Cyr scored twice and Dan Larivee and Johnny Lamenuzzi had assists to lead the visiting Spartans (2-6). Evan Anderson had the goal for the Indians (1-7-1).

Valley Tech 3, Bay Path 1: Matt Penders scored twice and Eddie Floyd added the other goal for the visiting Beavers (8-0-1, 7-0 Colonial Athletic).

Nicholas Masley scored on a penalty kick for the Minutemen (3-2-1, 2-2-1).

Whitinsville Christian 5, Hopedale 1: Jake Chapman scored twice and Caleb Holt had two assists to lift the host Crusaders (3-1-2, 2-1-1 Dual Valley) over the Blue Raiders (1-4-4, 1-4-1).

Austin Caswell had a goal and assist and Sungtae Kim and Alex Strafer also scored. Hopedale's score was an own-goal.

GIRLS' SOCCER

Abby Kelley 4, South 1: Senior Cileena Terra scored three goals in the second half as the host Bears (5-4) prevailed. Abby Kelley's Gloria Essien opened the scoring in the sixth minute.

Sara Sawici scored for the Colonels (1-6).

Clinton 4, Narragansett 3: Laura Hazel scored two goals, including the winner 34 minutes into the second half, to lift the visiting Gaels (4-6). Clinton's Megan O'Malley also scored twice.

Narragansett's Kalie Jacobson made it 3-3 midway through the second half. Rachel Provencher added a goal and an assist for the Warriors (3-3-3), and Raegan Mulherin also scored.

Grafton 5, Southbridge 2: Sophomore Kayla D'Amico had a goal and an assist to lead the ninth-ranked Indians (5-0-3) on the road. Erika Smith, Lizzie Navin, Gabby Temple and Shannon Dewar also scored.

Janetis Cardona had both goals for the Pioneers (0-8-1).

Littleton 1, Bromfield 1: Kate Magurn's goal in the 27th minute tied it for host Littleton (3-4-3). Rylee Osgood had scored for the Trojans (5-1-2) at 13:06. Littleton sweeper Mallory Chick had a goal-saving stop.

Maynard 5, Ayer-Shirley 0: Ashley Lees, Rachel Fitzgerald, Nicole Hajek, Lauren Lappas and Haley Falzone scored for the host Tigers (4-2-3).

Izabella Gubala made four saves in the shutout of the Panthers (0-6).

Shepherd Hill 2, Leicester 1: Junior Emily Thibaud buried a pass from Kendra O'Malley in the 66th minute to send the sixth-ranked Rams (7-1-3) to victory.

Amanda Keovongmanysar put Shepherd Hill ahead in the first half on a feed from Lauren Barton, while Rachel Meyers tied it for the Wolverines (4-5) before halftime.

Tantasqua 4, David Prouty 0: Olivia Connly, Maddie Mayberry and Taylor Farland each had a goal and an assist to lead the Warriors (5-3-2) over the Panthers (1-7-1). Allie Tichy also scored and Logan Nardi had the shutout.

Trivium 1, St. Mary's 0: Emma Schmitt scored in the 62nd minute and Brigette Nelson (four saves) posted the shutout as visiting Trivium (2-6) edged St. Mary's (0-8-1).

Uxbridge 8, Bartlett 0: Sophomore Jess Fitzgerald had three goals and junior Courtney Pepin added two to power the host Spartans (4-5) over the Indians (1-7-1).

Jackie Loach, Mary Boucher and Paige Anderson also scored, while Rachel Lozeau and Michaela Hillier combined for the shutout.

GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL

Fitchburg 3, St. Bernard's 0: The Red Raiders (3-5) topped the host Bernardians (0-6), 25-13, 25-6, 25-10.

Millbury 3, Hopedale 1: Nickie Machacz had 12 assists and Delaney McWalters added four kills to pace the host Woolies (9-2) over the Blue Raiders (5-6). Set scores were 25-14, 25-6, 17-25, 25-20.

North 3, Tantasqua 2: Junior outside hitter Nathalie Rodriguez had 17 kills and 11 digs as the host Polar Bears (7-3) came back from the brink to win, 26-24, 14-25, 15-25, 25-22, 15-10. Setter Jen Bui contributed 17 assists.

Narissa Tremblay (16 kills) and Lauren Gerrish (10 kills) led the Warriors (3-6).

Keefe Tech 3, Assabet 1: The Aztecs (3-6) won the first set, 25-18, but dropped the next three to the visiting Broncos (5-1), 25-12, 25-17, 25-20.

Shepherd Hill 3, Whittier 0: Junior Victoria Moriarty had 12 aces out of 15 service points and three kills as the visiting Rams (9-1) swept Whittier (1-6), 25-15, 25-12, 25-14.

Stoughton 3, Milford 1: Nicole Daniels had 12 kills, four digs and 17 service points to power the Black Knights.

Sutton 3, Doherty 0: Becca Harrington had 14 kills and two aces and Erin Messier added three kills and seven service points, including three aces, to lead the visiting Suzies (10-1) over the Highlanders (4-8), 25-17, 25-23, 25-17.

Doherty's Magdalen Trainor had 12 service points.

Valley Tech 3, Douglas 2: Kellie Schroeder had 13 kills and five aces as the visiting Beavers (8-1) rallied after losing the first two sets, 7-25, 20-25, 25-19, 25-12, 15-13.

Alana Thirsk had five kills and nine aces on 12 service points, while Dominique Campbell added three aces on nine service points.

Wachusett 3, Burncoat 0: The visiting Mountaineers (7-2) topped the Patriots (2-8) by set scores of 25-7, 25-16, 25-8.

Whitinsville Christian 3, Ashland 1: Morgan Vander Baan had 15 kills and 12 service points as the host Crusaders (8-2) came back to win, 22-25, 25-10, 25-19, 25-19. Setter Gwyn Stahl added 14 assists and nine service points.

Worcester Tech 3, Monty Tech 1: Rachel Frisch (four kills, four aces) and Shaquel Tolson (four kills, three aces) sparked the host Eagles. Set scores were 25-19, 22-25, 25-20, 25-18. Both teams are 5-6.

BOYS' GOLF

Auburn 9, David Prouty 0: Senior Tyler Lamonda shot 2-over 38 at Packachoag while lifting the host Rockets (9-1) over the Panthers (2-10).

Millbury 160, Bartlett 171, Southbridge 220: Millbury senior captain Anthony Gabriella shot 1-under 35 at Clearview CC as the host Woolies (6-6-1) won a tri-match over Bartlett (3-7) and Southbridge (0-10).

Brett Tetreault and Matt Huberdault both carded 38 while leading the Indians over the Pioneers.

Bay Path 171, Worcester Tech 204: Bay Path sophomore Robert Orasz tied for medalist honors with Worcester Tech's Josh Fleming, both shooting 5-over 40 at Heritage CC, as the host Minutemen (6-4) prevailed over the Eagles (0-9).

Grafton 6, Uxbridge 3: Freshman Harris Marcum fired 3-over 39 at Highfields to lift the host Indians (10-2) over the Spartans (5-6).

Leominster 34-1/2, Quabbin 19-1/2: Mike Howard shot 5-over 40 at Dunroamin to propel the visiting Blue Devils (4-8) past the Panthers (0-12).

Narragansett 32-1/2, Gardner 21-1/2: Brian Chadbourn led the visiting Warriors (9-1-1, 8-0-1 Wachusett A) with a 2-over 38 at Gardner Municipal. The Wildcats fell to 4-8, 4-5.

Nashoba 209, Algonquin 210: Jared Richard carded 3-over 38 at Juniper Hill as the visiting Chieftains (5-3-1) prevailed by a single stroke.

Connor Henderson's 39 was low score for the Tomahawks (7-3).

North Middlesex 213, Groton-Dunstable 223: Sophomore A.J. Koble carded a 1-over 36 at Townsend Ridge to pace the host Patriots (12-3) past the Crusaders (9-5).

Oakmont 29, Clinton 25: Drew Anderholm shot a 5-over 39 at Twin Springs in Bolton to help the visiting Spartans (6-4-1, 6-2-1 Wachusett A) nip the Gaels (4-8, 3-6).

Quaboag 7, Oxford 2: Senior Nick Schlosstein's 5-over 42 at Pine Ridge paced the visiting Cougars (8-4) past the Pirates (1-9).

Tahanto 37-1/2, Ayer-Shirley 16-1/2; Tahanto 37, AMSA 17: Junior Dylan Greenwald shot a 2-over 38 to lead Tahanto (7-4) over Ayer-Shirley (1-6) and the Eagles (2-5) in a tri-match at Cyprian Keyes.

Wachusett 195, St. John's 199: Freshman Owen Quinn fashioned a 2-under 34 at Holden Hills to lift the host Mountaineers (5-6-1) over the Pioneers (8-1).

Tantasqua 7-1/2, Leicester 1-1/2: Tucker France shot 6-over 40 for the victorious Warriors (12-1) and Steve Ferraro had a 41 at Leicester CC for the host Wolverines (3-8).

BOYS' CROSS-COUNTRY

Clinton 15, South Lancaster 50: Senior Zach Sullivan won the 3.1-mile race in 20:50 as the host Gaels (5-5) swept the top 10 spots. Captain Jack Kousoulos (20:53) finished second, followed by sophomore John Mayau (21:11). Jared Allain (24:55) was the top runner for the Crusaders (0-1), finishing 11th.

St. Peter-Marian 18, Burncoat 41; Holy Name 17, Burncoat 42; Holy Name 24, St. Peter-Marian 32: Dan Jodrey (16:18) of St. Peter-Marian won the 2.6-mile race by more than a minute, but Holy Name (4-5) took victories over the Guardians (7-3) and host Burncoat (0-2).

The Naps' Pat Moran (17:20) finished next, followed by the Guardians' Rory Skowron (17:45). Tristan Laliberte (17:47) and Michael Bowler (18:22), both of Holy Name, completed the top five, while Burncoat's Austin Giese (18:51) came in sixth.

GIRLS' CROSS-COUNTRY

South Lancaster 28, Clinton 30: Sophomore captain Allyson Holfinger won a 3.1-mile race on her home course by more than seven minutes, finishing in 23:05, but her Gaels (1-8) were edged by the Crusaders (1-0).

South Lancaster's Renata Menezes (30:25) placed second, followed by teammate Paige Tencati (30:36).

St. Peter-Marian 15, Burncoat 50; St. Peter-Marian 23, Holy Name 34; Holy Name 15, Burncoat 50: St. Peter-Marian eighth-grader Gianna Mastromatteo won a 2.6-mile tri-meet race hosted by Burncoat, winning by nearly two minutes with a time of 17:17 as the Guardians topped the Patriots (0-2) and Holy Name.

Second-place Isabelle Chan (19:11) led the way for Holy Name, followed by teammate Katie Crawford (21:08) in fourth.

Two more SPM runners, Skyler Shugrue (19:18) and Alissa Milewski (21:18), rounded out the top five. Seventh-place Cindy Le (22:08) was the top runner for Burncoat.

ART: PHOTOS

CUTLINE: (1) Quabbin's Claire Kondrotas, left, and Shrewsbury's Justine Sheehan battle for the ball during the Colonials' 2-1 win. (2) Shrewsbury's Alana Manlatis, left, hugs Kaitlyn Lijoi after Lijoi scored the Colonials' second goal in a 2-1 win over visiting Quabbin. Rushing in to join the celebration is Meg McKinley, right.

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