College Sports activities Roundup: Lynn Classical ladies, Lynn Tech boys win Metropolis Soccer Event titles

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On the girls’ side, it was an exciting game from start to finish. After the two teams went goalless in the first half, Brooke Moloney broke the impasse when she scored a goal on an assist from Bella Owumi just 25 minutes before the end of the game.

But the Rams were quick to respond when Delaney Dana took a pass from Jayda Mateo and scored the equalizer. While the game officially ended in a record draw, a penalty shootout would determine the winner of the Lynn City Tournament.

The two teams also swapped goals in the penalty shoot-out period, with Flaherty, Eliza Correnti and Ava Thurman all scoring for Classical and Owumi, Isabelle Skabeikis and Sophie Skabeikis all for St. Mary’s.

But then Flaherty made a big save and prepared Molly Mannion to claim the title win for the Rams.

“It really felt like a playoff atmosphere and it was a great high school soccer game,” said Classical trainer Mike Schena. “Just to be part of this tournament every year is an honor, but to have a game like this against such a good team is something very special.”

Classic (2-0-1) hosts Revere Tuesday night (7:15).

St. Mary’s (1-0-1) is hosting Northeast on Monday evening (5:30 am).

For the boys too, the game ended with a 0-0 draw at halftime. But in the second half, Amissi took over and scored both goals for the Tigers to lift them to the title.

Tech (2-0) receives the Northeast Wednesday (3:45).

English (1-1) plays Medford Tuesday (4).


Lynn City Tournament

Consolation game

St. Mary’s 2, Lynn Classic 0

Ryan Fraher and Aidan Sullivan each scored a goal in the Spartans victory, while goalkeeper Jacob Guarino kept the Rams off the scoreboard and registered the shutout on the net.

St. Mary’s (1-1) receives on Monday evening (7:15 am) in the northeast at Manning Field.

Klassik (1-2) plays on the road at Revere Tuesday evening (6:30 am).


Lynn City Tournament

Consolation game

Lynn English 5, Lynn Tech 0

Behind a four-goal performance by Melissa Zayas, the Bulldogs emerged from the weekend with a win at Manning Field. Freshman Mariah Fowler added a goal to the win – the first of her high school career.

English (1-1) meets Medford Tuesday (4).

Tech (1-2) travels to Whittier Tech (4) on Tuesday.


Wakefield 3, Bishop Fenwick 2

Fenwick (1-2) will face Ipswich in a non-league game on Monday (5:30 a.m.).


St. John’s Prep at Clipper Relays

There was no better season this weekend than St. John’s Prep Trio Nathan Lopez, Charlie Tuttle and Paul Lovett, who battled for first place overall in Newburyport with a time of 30:23.

Bishop Fenwick at MSTCA Relays

The team of Matt Cinelli, Andre Santos and Declan Smith had a great performance over the weekend, finishing 15th out of 70 teams in the 4.6 mile relay. The team of Ethan Henshaw, Patrick O’Neil and Matt Szpak took 53rd place.


Bishop Fenwick at MSTCA Relays

The Fenwick team of Catherine Carter, Shannon Bresnahan and Maria Ryan finished 19th out of 69 teams, while the team of Norah Pasquarelli, Sarah Fogarty, and Natalia Kay turned 38, and Maddy Leary, Elizabeth Gauthier, and Emily Elliott’s team turned 43.

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