Marblehead 18, Peabody 7: Meggie Collins scored four goals and dished out six assists to power the Magicians to another NEC win (4-0 conference, 10-1 overall). Pamela Gregory added four goals and one assist and Emily Freedland contributed three goals and two assists. Sydney Cayen (3 goals, 1 assist) and Cassie Rodgers (2-2) also had big offensive games for Marblehead, while senior goalie Allie Forman made 11 saves.
Peabody junior Joanna Ambelliotis made 10 saves in her first varsity start. Christine Feudo and Madison Doherty played well on defense for the Tanners (5-3) and Megan Poverman had a goal, an assist and four draw controls.
Masconomet 10, Hamilton-Wenham 8: Amy Arnold scored four times and Kathleen Gillespie had two goals and three assists as the Chieftains (7-3) held off the Generals. Zoe Cennami had two goals and an assist and Mary Lee Hutchinson caused an important turnover for Masco. Emily Gaucher had four goals and one assist for H-W (7-2) while Catherine Ecker scored twice and goalie Morgan Kimball made 15 saves.
Bishop Fenwick 107, Marian 29: Triple-winner Charlie Maistrellis claimed the long jump, 100 and 400 as Fenwick rolled to 5-0 on the season. Andrew Carlin added wins in the javelin and high jump while Ben Maxner won the 400 hurdles, Bryan Mendes won the mile and Dan Deschenes took the 200.
Revere 92, Beverly 40: Winning events for the Panthers were Alex Greco (800, 2:00.4), Dylan Perry (mile, 4:47), Campbell Wood (2-mile, 11:04), Michael Black (400, 53.4) and Matt Heckman (long jump, 19-5 1/2).
Gloucester 71, Swamspcott 65: The Fishermen won the 4x400 relay to take the meet. Event winners for the Big Blue (2-3) were Matt Mahoney (2-mile, 9:47), Zach Blonder (100, 11.2), Maleek Newsome (200, 23.4), Colman Donovan (high jump, 5-8) and Rob Seymour (shot put, 48-8).
St. John’s Prep 108, Malden Catholic 23: David Roy won the shot put (51-5) and discus (144-7) and Josh Nickerson added wins in the triple jump (39-1) and 110 high hurdles (17.2) as St. John’s improved to 2-3. Andrew Zucco (400, 52.6) and Josh Hubbell (200, 23.0) also had impressive wins for the Eagles, who won 12 events.