It was also their fifth straight win in which the Chieftains allowed just one goal.
"Once we got our confidence going, we started to roll," said head coach Andrew Jackson, whose team outshot Amesbury 29-23. "We're playing really well at a key point of the season."
Amesbury's lone goal came 11:04 into the second period when J.T. Chamberlain fended off a Masconomet defender and muscled a backhand home. But that was all the Indians could muster.
"This was a big win, especially since we hope to win (the CAL title tonight)," said Nekoroski.
"Absolutely," added Griffin. "Then it's our goal to go far into the state tournament."