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October 22, 2013

Area Roundup: Gloucester's Quinn qualifies for Division 2 State Golf Finals


Gloucester Daily Times

---- — Gloucester’s Curtis Quinn had a big day at the Division 2 North State Qualifier Monday at Hillview Golf Course in North Reading shooting a 75, which is good enough to qualify for the Division 2 State Finals on Monday at Blackstone National Golf Club in Sutton, Ma.

Quinn finished strong with two late birdies to finish as one of the top 12 individuals.

“It was not an easy round of golf today,” Gloucester head coach Brian Goulart said. “It ended up being a beautiful day but it was in the mid thirties in the morning when players were warming up on the range. Add in a half hour delay and a five hour round and it makes for a day where it can be hard to stay loose and focused. There were a lot of great players that struggled today and for Curtis to advance to the finals is a great reward for all the hard work he has put into his game.”

Cross Country

Manchester Essex 19 Ipswich 36 (girls)

The Hornets finish off the regular season at 8-3 with the win on Monday.

Olivia Lantz led the way for Manchester Essex with a first place finish and a time of 19:45. Fiona Davis finished third (20:29), Holly Fossa fourth (20:48), Eve Feuerbach fifth (20:50) and Maura McCormick sixth (20:58).

Manchester Essex 20 Ipswich 35 (boys)

The Hornets boys also finish off the regular season at 8-3, one game shy of the conference title.

Patrick Guinne powered the Hornets with a first place finish and a time of 16:43 with Cameron Holley right behind him in second with an identical time. Charlie Davis finished third (17:06), Nathan Evans fourth (17:07) and Parker Malarkey sixth (17:07).

Girls Soccer

Marblehead 4 Gloucester 1

The Fishermen hung around for a half but could not slow down the Magicians on senior night at Newell Stadium. Rachel Nearis scored the goal for Gloucester (1-12-1).

Boys Soccer

Marblehead 1Gloucester 0

The Magicians snapped Gloucester’s five game unbeaten streak Monday. The tournament bound Fishermen (7-4-3) now turn their attention to rival Danvers, which visits Newell Stadium Wednesday for senior night (6 p.m.).

Field Hockey

Amesbury 2 Rockport 0

The Vikings finish up the season at 6-9-3. Jess Collins, Emily Faulds, Heidi Warde and Maddie Rowe played well on Monday.