Gloucester 3 Revere 0
Gloucester (1-6-2) broke into the win column Thursday with a shutout win at Newell Stadium.
Zoe Cortizo made it 1-0 Gloucester scoring a pass from Tess Benson, she would add a second goal five minutes later on a free kick from 20 yards out to make it 2-0 at the half. Keyra MacLean scored a second half goal with an assist from Caity O’Leary.
“We played amazing, the best game we’ve played all season,” Gloucester head coach Ali Walsh said. “The shooting, the passing, the defense, it was all great and it was really fun to watch.”
Rockport 2 Newburyport 1
The Vikings (7-2-1) picked up a huge win on the road as Newburyport is a tough place to leave with a win.
Senior captain Shaun Aspesi was the man of the match scoring both Vikings goals in the first half giving him 11 on the season, the first coming on a dead ball strike from 25 yards out, the second coming after some nifty give-and-go passing between he and fellow captain Jonathan Ferrante.
The Clippers pressed in the second half scoring with 10 minutes to play but the Rockport defense held strong for the win. Nick Sanfilippo, Mike Carbone and Nick Laverde led the defense while Sam Roell, Gideon Roell, Matthew Tibert and Andrew Waynrynen powered the midfield.
Manchester Essex 17 Georgetown 42 (Girls)
The Hornets move to 6-3 on the year with the win by taking five of the top six spots.
Fiona Davis finished first with a time of 21:58 with Olivia Lantz right behind her at 21:59 and Maura McCormick right after at 22:00. Lindsey Duff (5th, 22:15), Holly Fossa (6th, 22:16) and Niamh Dalton (9th, 23:09) also scored points for Manchester Essex.
Manchester Essex 18 Georgetown 42 (Boys)
The Manchester Essex boys also move to 6-3 on the year taking six of the top seven spots against the Royals.