SOUTH HAMILTON, Mass. – Peter Buckley scored a pair of touchdowns as Hebron rumbled to a 35-0 victory over Providence Country Day in prep school football on Monday.

Jose Gumbs got the Lumberjacks on the board in the first quarter with a 51-yard run for a score. Carmine Zegarelli added a 20-yard rushing touchdown in the second quarter, and was 5-for-5 on point-after attempts in the game.

Buckley caught a 1-yard touchdown pass from Brandon Rolfe to put Hebron up 21-0 before halftime, and scored on a 74-yard rush in the third quarter. Joe King rounded out the scoring on a 12-yard run.

Hebron improves to 5-1 on the season, while PCD falls to 1-5.

Girls’ soccer

Hebron 1, Kents Hill 0

HEBRON – Claire Cummings scored the game-winning goal midway through the second half as Hebron eked out a 1-0 victory over Kents Hill.

The victory clinched the top seed in the upcoming MAISAD tournament for the Lumberjacks. Miriam Scarpino collected an assist on Cummings’ goal.

Steph Roy turned aside six shots to earn the shutout for Hebron. Maryke Moreau made eight saves for Kents Hill.

Boys’ soccer

Hebron 6, Kents Hill 0

HEBRON – John Jessome scored a pair of goals as Hebron cruised past Kents Hill 6-0 in prep school soccer. Sasha Romanenko added a goal and two assists to spark the Lumberjacks (6-3-3).

Josh Taylor and Austin Grande each had a goal and an assist, with Ku Young rounding out the scoring.

Goaltenders Will Sorkin and Dima Naida combined for three saves in net for Hebron. Sam Hutchinson and Eric Drew each had nine saves for Kents Hill (1-6-2).

Field hockey

Hebron 7, Kents Hill 2

HEBRON – Jasmine Webber scored in the final minute to complete the hat trick, leading Hebron to a 7-2 win over Kents Hill.

Webber got the Lumberjacks on the board with a goal with 16:27 remaining in the first half, and then added her second score just over a minute later. Tiffany Bichrest had two goals for Hebron (9-2), and KJ Forand added a goal and an assist.

Cassondra Murphy scored both goals for Kents Hill (2-8).

Alysia Goldman made two saves in the Hebron cage, while her counterpart Ashley Houston stopped six shots in a losing effort for Kents Hill.


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