Girls’ soccer zeroes in on tourney berth...

Oct 10, 2019 by

Vermont earns 250th win Published October 9, 2019 By DAN TOMASELLO LYNNFIELD — The girls’ soccer team is only point away from qualifying for the Division 3 North state tournament. The Pioneers (8-2-1) won their eighth straight win after defeating Ipswich 3-1 on Oct. 4. Junior Ashley Mitchell scored Lynnfield’s first goal two minutes into the first half. Junior Julia Colucci had the assist. Senior captain Abby Lucich scored the Pioneers’ second goal at the first half’s 18-minute mark. Ipswich scored its only goal of the game with 13 minutes remaining in the first half. Colucci scored Lynnfield’s last goal two minutes before halftime. Junior Emily Goguen and senior captain Liz Sykes were credited with the assists. Pioneers head coach Mark Vermont commended Lynnfield’s performance against the Tigers. “Ipswich is always a tough team...

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Back-to-back shutouts give Pioneers fourth straight...

Oct 10, 2019 by

Published October 9, 2019 By STEPHEN MARTELLUCCI LYNNFIELD — The Lynnfield High boys’ soccer team registered its second straight shutout on Oct. 4 as they won 4-0 at home against Ipswich. With that victory, the Pioneers improved to 7-5 overall and 6-5 in the Cape Ann League as they won their fourth game in a row.  “We didn’t play that great in the first half,” admitted Lynnfield head coach Brett Munroe, whose squad led 1-0 at halftime. “We played much better in the second half.” Tom Buston scored the lone goal of the first half 16 minutes in as he was fouled in the box and scored on the penalty kick. He is second on the team in goals behind Thomas Hauser. Hauser made it 2-0 as he put home a corner kick by Henry...

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Todd Angilly tapped as Boston Bruins anthem singer...

Oct 10, 2019 by

Published October 9, 2019 BOSTON — The Boston Bruins announced that Lynnfield resident Todd Angilly has been selected as the team’s official anthem singer. Angilly will become the first to hold the title since the retirement of Garden legend, Rene Rancourt, at the conclusion of the 2017-18 season. “It’s a huge honor,” said Angilly in an interview with the Villager. “This is something I will treasure and take seriously. Rene did a great job singing the anthem for 41 years. The fans are on board and I am excited to get the season started.” In this role, Angilly will perform approximately 80 percent of the Boston Bruins regular season home games. The remaining games will rotate between various singers. Angilly is a Warwick, Rhode Island native who currently resides in town. He is a probation officer by day, and...

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Pioneers stay perfect with 33-6 win over Malden...

Oct 3, 2019 by

Lee and special teams rewrite record book Published October 2, 2019 By JAMES CRANNEY LYNNFIELD – What a difference a year can make. At this time last year, the Lynnfield Pioneer football program sat at 0-2, had given up 43 points on defense and only mustered 20 of their own offensively. Just one year later, the Pioneers find themselves at 2-0 having allowed only 15 points while scoring 74. Last Friday night, Lynnfield had the opportunity to go 3-0 for the first time since the 2017 season. To do so, they would have to defend their home turf against the 0-2 Golden Tornados from Malden. The high powered Pioneer offense got the ball first and continued to shine.  On a 3rd and 10 around midfield, senior captain quarterback Clayton Marengi (7-13, 50 yards, 1...

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Spikers keep perfect set streak alive with wins over Tigers, Clippers...

Oct 3, 2019 by

Published October 2, 2019 By STEPHEN MARTELLUCCI LYNNFIELD — The Lynnfield High volleyball team continued its perfect season last Friday afternoon as they blanked guest Ipswich, 3-0. With that win, not only did the Pioneers improved to 10-0 overall and 8-0 in the Cape Ann League but they also clinched a bid to the Division 2 state tournament. Lynnfield has not lost a set all season. They beat the Tigers, 25-11, 25-20 and 25-7. The Pioneers totaled 36 kills in that match led by Melissa Morelli (15) and Sam Lebruska (10). Ella Gizmunt added seven.  Sophia Wilkinson served five aces while Ashley Pagliuca and Sofia Ciriello both had 10 digs.   At Newburyport, the Pioneers won, 3-0. They won the first game, 25-17, the second one, 25-9 and the final one 25-13. Gizmunt led the team...

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