ROUNDUP: Headers double up Medford in enemy territory

Hogan Sedky keeps his head up in the defensive zone. Photo by Emma Fringuelli

In a Sunday matinee, Avin Rodovsky lit the lamp twice – alongside two assists – and the Marblehead boys hockey team raced to a 4-2 win at Medford. 

Kyle Hart (goal) dished out two helpers, James Caeran recorded a goal and an assist, and Hogan Sedky delivered two assists for the Headers.

BOYS HOCKEY

St. John’s Prep 6

Xaverian 1

With a great atmosphere from the St. John’s Prep faithful, the boys hockey Eagles flew right past Xaverian in a 6-1 final to capture the Catholic Conference Championship – Prep’s first since 2013.

Xaverian got on the board first, but Prep answered with two power play goals from Christian Rosa and Camden Umlah.

Rosa, Ethan Goodrich, Hunter Steiner, Joe Goldstein added insurance tallies to complete a dominant performance.

St. John’s Prep 5

Malden Catholic 1

Malden Catholic scored a goal late, but other than that, it was a Prep clinic as the Eagles picked up their 11th win of the season.

Cam Umlah scored in the first period, as did Jake Vana on a wrister. Mason Luciano potted two goals, while the other belonged to captain Christian Rosa.

GIRLS HOCKEY

Masconomet 3

Marblehead 0

The Lady Headers gave it their all, but couldn’t score any goals against a strong Masconomet side at home. Scarlett Lee made 25 saves, while Madi Reno and Ava Baughn performed well, according to Marblehead coach Hadley Woodfin.

SWIMMING AND DIVING

In Tuesday’s Northeastern Conference Championship, Marblehead’s boys swimming and diving team raced to a huge win – by hundreds of points.

“The boys swam out of their minds,” said longtime coach Susan Guertin. “We went one-two in almost every event… so it was a great meet.”

WRESTLING

St. John’s Prep 60 

Catholic Memorial 15

The Prep cruised Wednesday evening, all the way to a 29-0 record after defeating Catholic Memorial. Winning Eagles were Graham Conway, Ben Schumacher, Braedon Goes, Boden Dormer, Jimmy Lally, Will LaVallee, Ryan DeSouza, Jayden D’Ambrosio, Matt Pineiro, Marc Pineiro, and Alex Bajoras.