CATHERINE SWEENEY and the Pioneer defense shut out Georgetown in a 2-0 victory on Sept. 30 to improve to 5-2-1 overall on the season. (File Photo)



GEORGETOWN On Sept. 30, the Lynnfield High field hockey team blanked host Georgetown 2-0. With that win, the Pioneers improved to 5-2-1 overall and 4-2-1 in the Cape Ann League. They are in third place in the CAL Kinney Division behind Pentucket and Triton.

Pioneer goalie Charlotte Radulski had three saves to go to 5-2-1 in net.

Lauren Grava, Maddie Mastrangelo, Catherine Sweeney and Jacqui Carbone played strong defensively according to head coach Samantha Pindara.

Pindara was also pleased with the offensive play of Anna Kaminski, Georgia Milne, Julia Carbone, Ava Marotta and Ally Orlofski.

The win came off a tough 4-0 loss at Pentucket on Sept 29.

Radulski was very busy in goal making 11 stops.

In their first non-league game of the year on Sept. 24, the Pioneers won at Tyngsboro by a final of 5-2.

The Pioneers traveled to Newburyport on Tuesday after press time. The next game for Lynnfield will be on Thursday, Oct. 7 as they host Amesbury at 7 p.m. The next day, they visit Beverly in a non-league match-up. That contest will start at 4 p.m.

On Columbus Day next Monday, the Pioneers will go to Ipswich with that game starting at 10 a.m. as they return to CAL action.