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School Sports Roundup: St. Mary’s boys lacrosse notches a win at Weymouth



The St. Mary’s boys lacrosse group bought the job carried out on the street Monday, topping Weymouth 6-2 in a decent interleague contest.

Jack Silva led the way in which for the Spartans with three targets. Zach Barden wasn’t far behind with two targets and one help, whereas Jackson Discipline tacked on a objective and two assists.

On the defensive finish goalkeeper Daniel Domeniconi was dominant once more in web with good saves. Max Discipline performed nice protection in entrance of him with seven floor balls and one help.

St. Mary’s (6-3) hosts Archbishop Williams Tuesday (2:30). 


Bishop Fenwick 14, Matignon 5

Liam Hill had one other huge day offensively with six targets and one help to guide the Crusaders to the win. Aiden Anthony added three targets and one help. Max Grenert, Tyler Mullen, Anthony Sasso, Brady McClung, and Ryan McGann all had one objective every. Manny Alvarez Segee had 5 assists and Jake Connolly picked up 11 floor balls. George Kostolias had eight saves in web. 

Fenwick (4-4) is true again at it towards Bishop Feehan Tuesday (4) at Donaldson Stadium.


Austin Prep 15, St. Mary’s 2

The Spartans fell to their Catholic Central League foes regardless of a two-goal efficiency from Chloe Puzzo.

St. Mary’s is true again in motion Tuesday (3:30) at Archbishop Williams.


Lynnfield 14, Triton 8

Lynnfield (5-6) is at North Studying Thursday (4).

Xaverian 2, St. John’s Prep 1

Shane Williams and Nick Solitro every had two hits within the loss for the Eagles, whereas DJ Pacheco and Matt Mitchell every had one hit.

Sam Belliveau took the tough-luck loss on the mound, pitching six innings and permitting two runs on three hits with three strikeouts. 

St. John’s Prep (8-2) hosts BC Excessive Thursday afternoon (4).


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St. Mary’s Zach Barden had two targets and one help in a win over Weymouth Monday. (Merchandise File Photograph)