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Girls’ softball

Minor Division

Pizza Chef opened the season with a slugfest against D&G General Contracting, with Jenna Pallazzola, Madeline Moravek, Christina Guerra and Katie McGrory going 6-for-6.

Britany Naposki,...

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Girls’ softball

Minor Division

Pizza Chef opened the season with a slugfest against D&G General Contracting, with Jenna Pallazzola, Madeline Moravek, Christina Guerra and Katie McGrory going 6-for-6.

Britany Naposki, Aisling O’Sullivan, Christina Ferrara and Monica Sharma provided defensive and offensive efforts over D&G General Contracting.

Pizza Chef continued its strong efforts against Jam Services, besting the Jam Services team in a close defensive struggle, with Madison Kelley, Katelyn Werthmuller, Jenna Pallazzola and Monica Sharma contributing offensively and defensively in a tight match.

Katie McGrory, Britany Naposki and Christina Guerra led Pizza Chef to make it three straight with a hard-fought match over SMC Electrical Contracting. SMC Electrical played well and the team enthusiasm generated excitement in this well-played game.

Roller hockey

Minor Division

Coffee Lovers 9, Mass Electric 3.

Mass Electric and Coffee Lovers faced off in the DG Minor Division, with Coffee Lovers prevailing, 9-3. Jet Lem of Mass Electric started the scoring with a nice goal just a few minutes into the first period.

Coffee Lovers came back with a goal by J. Tomlinson to make the score 1-1. Coffee Lovers put on some pressure, which resulted in a goal by R. Martino, assisted by C. Lenis.

J. Tomlinson followed up with another goal to end the first period with the score 3-1 Coffee Lovers.

Mass Electric kept up the attack in the second period and it paid off with a goal by Jared Labades, who was assisted by Jimmy Huyhn at the 10-minute mark.

Both teams played hard and kept it close with good defensive play until C. Lenis of Coffee Lovers put the team into the lead with a goal assisted by J. Murray.

J. Tomlinson of Coffee Lovers followed with goal three with three minutes left in the second period to make the score 5-2 at the end of second period.

Mass Electric and Coffee Lovers came out for the third period with tight defense, as no pucks went into each other’s nets until the 17-minute mark of the period.

Coffee Lovers’ J. Murray got the disk through to make the score 6-2, and J. Tomlinson then got his fourth goal of the afternoon for a 7-2 tally.

J. Murray of Coffee Lovers then posted his second of the day, but Mass Electric never gave up, with Jet Lem banging home his second of the day for a score of 8-3.

R. Martino of Coffee Lovers got his second goal with 1:55 remaining in the third for a final score of 9-3.

Senior Division

Mattone Group 9, Drillco 6.

Mattone Group continued its winning ways, defeating Drillco, 9-3. Drillco started the scoring with a goal off the stick of Keith Lippert. Mattone Group answered with three goals by Sean O’Shanghnessy, Robert Schule and Ed Johnston.

In the second period Drillco’s Tom Mehmet scored twice, but Mattone’s Paul Giantiempo answered with a goal.

The teams traded goals in the second period. Scoring for Drillco was Keith Lippert (two goals) and for Mattone was Ed Johnston (two goals).

In the third period Keith Lippert scored his fourth goal and, Mattone’s Robert Schule and Anthony Binanti each scored their second goals.

Posted 7:04 pm, October 10, 2011
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