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H.S. ROUNDUP: Shutout win for Rockland boys soccer

The Patriot Ledger, Quincy, Mass. logo The Patriot Ledger, Quincy, Mass. 9/7/2019 By The Patriot Ledger, The Patriot Ledger, Quincy, Mass.

Vitor Santos and Carter Burke each scored twice Friday to lead the Rockland High boys soccer team to a 5-0 road win over Randolph.

Yggor Batista added a goal for the Bulldogs (2-0), and goalkeeper Tommy Gallagher posted his second straight shutout. Andre Coste was a standout defensively.

In other high school action:

BOYS SOCCER

Cohasset 3, Abington 1: Whit Swartwood, Jack Elliot and Kyle Osborne scored as the host Skippers (2-0) won their South Shore League opener. Bobby Molloy scored for Abington, and goalie Derek Nuttall had a strong game, as did defenders Jesse Spinney, Brandon Pappaceno and Josh Flaherty.

Silver Lake 3, Duxbury 0: The Lakers won on the road, getting goals from Mason Sweeney, Brett Ghelfi and Stephen Gallagher. Michael Chun had two assists, and goalkeeper J.J. Devine pitched the shutout.

Scituate 5, North Quincy 0: Tyler George and Charley Blacker each scored twice for the Sailors (1-0-1) in the road win. Freshman K.J. Zarycki had his first varsity goal.

Hingham 1, Plymouth North 0: Nick Lynch scored the lone goal as the Harbormen (1-0-1) won on the road.

Oliver Ames 5, Stoughton 0: Colin Milliken scored twice, and Nick Farley, Jimmy Keane and Hector Bucio added goals for OA.

West Bridgewater 7, Middleboro 2: Aiden Wells and Colin Shamey each had hat tricks for the Wildcats (2-0), and Joe LaRosa added a goal. Aiden Reynolds keyed the WB defense.

Hanover 0, Pembroke 0: The Indians and Titans played to a scoreless tie in Hanover.

Plymouth South 1, Quincy 0: The Presidents lost a Patriot League road game.

GIRLS SOCCER

Silver Lake 4, Duxbury 2: Freshman Shea Kelleher scored her first two varsity goals to snap a 2-2 tie in the second half as the Lakers won a Patriot League game at home. Caliste Brookshire also scored twice for Silver Lake.

Oliver Ames 6, Stoughton 1: Shayla Ford scored for Stoughton, which gave up four goals late in the first half to trail 5-1 at the break. Emma Tremblay, Mackenzie Manning and Briana Buckley played well in the loss.

Cohasset 1, Abington 0: Taylor Herndon scored the lone goal as the Skippers won a South Shore League game at home. Abington goalie Isabelle O'Connell had a strong game.

Hingham 4, Plymouth North 2: Emma Quilty had a hat trick, and Riley Cotter added a goal as the host Harborwomen won their season opener.

Hanover 4, Pembroke 0: The Indians posted a Patriot League shutout on the road.

Quincy 1, Plymouth South 1: Junior Emilia Henry scored for host Quincy, and Emma Pollock scored for Plymouth South in the Patriot League tie.

Rockland 5, Randolph 1: The Bulldogs beat the Blue Devils.

Holbrook 4, Tri-County 0: Lucy Ambroult and Riley Cochran each scored twice for the host Bulldogs.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Holbrook 3, South Shore Tech 0: The Bulldogs swept the road match, 25-20, 25-9, 25-12. Kerry Walker had 16 assists, 15 service points and 7 aces for Holbrook. Brianna Sullivan added 8 kills, and Monica Polycarpe chipped in with 6. For South Shore (1-1), Audrey Manning was a defensive standout and was 8 for 8 on serves with 3 aces, and Elizabeth Enman (2 aces) and Brianna Ruffin (4 kills) also starred.

Norwell 3, Malden 0: The Clippers won at home, 25-23, 25-17, 26-24. Julia Neumann had 11 kills, 3 assists and 4 aces and was joined by Makinlee Mahony (3 kills, 9 assists), Carly Ryan (2 kills, 8 assists) and Gillian Hahn (6 kills).

Plymouth North 3, Middleboro 0: The Sachems lost their opener, 25-22, 25-20, 25-19, despite strong performances from captains Sam Crowley (7 kills, 5 digs), Tori Warner (90 percent service, 7 digs) and Eden Eugenio (90 percent service, 5 digs).

Quincy 3, Brockton 0: The host Presidents kicked off their season with a 25-20, 25-12, 25-17 win. Quincy had 17 aces, 19 kills, 31 digs and 17 assists.

Rockland 3, Hingham 0: The Bulldogs won a non-league match at home.

Hanover 3, Abington 1: The Green Wave (0-3) lost at home.

Brookline 3, Braintree 2: On Thursday, the Wamps dropped their season opener, 25-18, 18-25, 25-12, 20-25, 16-14. Junior outside hitter Alexa Gay led the way with 7 kills, 10 digs, and 17 serve receptions. Senior captain/outside hitter Victoria Primo added 6 kills, 2 aces, and 18 digs. Junior setter Brooke Bonfiglioli had a great match with 15 service points, 17 digs and 23 assists.

Oliver Ames 3, Stoughton 0: On Thursday, OA won, 25-12, 25-21, 25-16, on the road as senior Alison Barth had 21 digs, 23 receptions, and a pair of aces. Other standouts included junior Caroline Flynn (10 kills), and seniors Ryley McNeeley (8 kills, 5 aces) and Allison Kemp (27 assists).

BOYS GOLF

Abington 140, East Bridgewater 125: Connor Buckley shot 3-over-par 37, and Colin McDonald carded a 5-over 39 to lead the host Green Wave (2-0) to a win at Strawberry Valley Golf Course. Jake Redder shot 42 for EB.

Middleboro 56.5, Carver 22.5: On Thursday, Matt Desrosiers and Colby Allen each shot 42 at Lakeville Country Club to lead Middleboro to a non-league victory in its season opener. Chris Cogen and Aiden Larson each shot 43, and Peter Hinko carded a 44.

FIELD HOCKEY

Braintree 5, Brookline 0: On Thursday, Delia Lee scored four goals, all of them assisted by Ally Decoste, to lead the Wamps to a season-opening home win. Maggie Doherty had the other goal, assisted by Samantha Christian. Maggie Burchill, Abby Holland and Doherty played well in midfield, and goalkeepers Hannah Jackle and Shannon Storlazzi each made two saves in sharing the shutout.

Plymouth North 2, Whitman-Hanson 1: On Thursday, the Panthers (0-2) lost a Patriot League road game. Captain Lauren Clark scored the lone W-H goal, and Skylar Leonard was a defensive standout.

Oliver Ames 6, Stoughton 1: On Thursday, the Tigers did all their scoring after halftime, getting two goals each from senior captain Cassie Gennis and Georgia Costello, plus single tallies from Sofia Anestam and Hannah Stryke.

Carver 3, East Bridgewater 1: On Thursday, the Crusaders won at home behind a hat trick from Emily McGillicuddy and 11 saves from Emily Strojny.

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