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October 17, 2013

Area Roundup: Hornets stay alive with shutout of Amesbury

Boys Soccer

Manchester Essex 4 Amesbury 0

The Hornets keep their tournament hopes alive with the shutout win on Wednesday improving to 5-7-3 on the season. Manchester Essex now needs five points in its final three games to make the tournament and can not afford a loss.

Jack Freed, Sean Gutierrez, George Lantz and Ollie Hull scored for the Hornets with Gutierrez, Parker Edington and Winston Feuerbach chipping in assists.

Rockport 4 Ipswich 3

Shaun Aspesi’s goal with four minutes to play broke a 3-3 deadlock and improves the Viking’s record to 9-4-2. The win also avenges an early season loss to the Tigers.

Rockport took a 2-0 lead at the half on goals from Aspesi, with an assist from Jonathan Ferrante, and Joe Scatterday, his first career varsity goal.

Aspesi scored his second of three goals early in the first half to make it 3-0 and then notched the game winner after Ipswich came roaring back to tie the score. Nick Sanfilippo, Matthew Tibert, Mike Carbone, Conor Kuykendall and Patrick McNiff also played well for Rockport.

Golf

Gloucester 41 Revere 31

The Fishermen finish off the regular season on a high note with their second win over Revere in as many days.

Winners for Gloucester were Curtis Quinn, Matt Lane, Reilly Zubricki, Bart Margiotta and Kyle Mailey. Quinn had a strong day featuring an eagle on the first hole from 75 yards out and a birdie on No. 8. Quinn and Lane each finished off their respective high school careers with wins.

Gloucester finishes up at 5-9 on the year, which is five wins more than 2012.

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