Gloucester Daily Times
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Gloucester 6 Methuen 4
The Fishermen pick up their second straight win and move to 3-5-1 on the year with the win on the road Monday.
Gloucester entered the third period down 4-2 and exploded for four goals in the frame for the win. Pete Mondello put the Fishermen up 5-4 with five minutes to play after a nice move out of the corner and added an empty netter while Methuen had a two man advantage to preserve the win.
Owen Parisi played well in goal picking up his second straight win with 40 saves. Alex Webb, Max Vittands, Casey Noyes and Matt Lane also scored goals for Gloucester while Stephen Tettoni and Cam DeCoste chipped in assists.
“It’s good to win two in a row,” Gloucester head coach Don Lowe said. “Hopefully we can pick up another one Saturday (vs. Salem) and get closer to .500.”
Gloucester 54 Saugus 32 (boys)
The Fishermen move to 2-3 on the year with the victory Monday at the Benjamin A. Smith Fieldhouse.
First place finishers for Gloucester were Jared Marshall in the hurdles (7.0), who finished with a personal best time for the third meet in a row, John Curcuru in the 50 (5.9), Noah Hillier in the shot put (39’), Noah Mondello in the mile (4:55), Matt Carpenter in the 600 (1:29), Everest Crawford in the 1,000 (2:45), and Jacob Holscher in the 2-mile (10:06).
Willy Pierce (mile), Noah Ashe (mile), Tyler Meunsaveng (300), Jesse Francis (300) and Wyatt Ronan (1,000) all turned in personal best times for the Fishermen Monday.
“The hard work is starting to pay off for the team and I’m excited to see the majority of them run good times,” head coach Jeff Destino said.
Gloucester 55 Saugus 31 (girls)
The girls move to 3-2 on the season. Bianca Giacalone and Liz McCormack led the way for the Fishermen Monday in the 50 and shot put respectively both remain unbeaten on the season.
Other first place finishers for Gloucester were Hannah Sumner (high jump), Chloe Kenyon (hurdles), Corinne DeLouise (1,000), Kacie Quinn (mile), Kelly Foster (2-mile) and the 4x400 relay team of Giacalone, Kenyon, DeLouise and Sabrina Marnoto.
Manchester Essex 37 Triton 21
The Hornets move to 4-7 on the year with the win. Sydney Christopher led the way with nine points, Eliza Logue had seven and Ivy Silag-Stearns had six.