ROUNDUP: Lee not playing like a freshman between the pipes

Freshman goalie Scarlet Lee of the Lady Headers collects the puck in the crease. Photo by Emma Fringuelli

A loss, but not without positives.

Shawsheen’s girls hockey team may have escaped with a 3-1 victory on home ice Tuesday, but the visiting Lady Headers didn’t make it easy. Madi Graber scored a crucial goal in the third period, assisted by Madi Reno and Teyah Fleming.

Freshman goalkeeper Scarlet Lee played fantastic with 29 saves – yes, 29 – while Marblehead’s “overall defensive unit played well,” according to first-year coach Hadley Woodfin.


Peabody 75

Marblehead 51

Due to Monday’s postponement at Marblehead High (water leakage), Peabody (8-1) played host to the Magicians Tuesday night. Despite Scott Campbell’s 23 points, it was to no avail as the Tanners pulled away, 75-51.


Saugus 47
Marblehead 31

Marblehead suffered its first defeat of the season (5-1), falling to the Sachems (3-2) in a 47-31 final.

Despite a six-point deficit in the third quarter, Saugus stormed back behind Ashleen Escobar (14 points), Peyton DiBiasio (12), and Ana Silva (8). Madi Femino and Madison Botta played strong defensive games, according to coach Joseph Lowe.

For Paul Moran’s Magicians, Kathryn Pyne made six 3-pointers, finishing with 18 points.


St. John’s Prep 5
Malden Catholic 1

The Prep set the tone early with a 12-5 shot advantage, never pulling back en route to a dominant road win against Malden Catholic on Saturday.

Johnny Tighe hacked home a Jack Doherty shot to start the barrage early. Brendan Powers, Carson Irving, Camden Umlah, and Christian Rosa added the insurance – it was Irving’s first of his career.

Winthrop 3
Marblehead 1

Thanks to two goals from Winthrop’s Petey Silverman and another from Mikey Holgerson (assist), the Vikings conquered the Headers, 3-1, on Saturday.

Mikey Donahue was a brick wall in the cage for Winthrop, which pulled away in the third period with two unanswered goals.