Masconomet 64, Hamilton-Wenham 39: Hannah Kiernan (15 points, five rebounds, four assists, five steals), Nicole Femino (12 points, 10 rebounds, three assists) and Meghan Collins (10 points, four rebounds, four assists, three steals) paced the Chieftains, who remain undefeated at 5-0. Freshman Stephanie Mini had seven points, seven rebounds and three steals, while junior Kate Kitsakos added eight points, nine rebounds and five assists.
Sam Charette led the way for the Generals (3-2), dropping in a team-high 12 points, while Haley Willis added eight and Catherine Ecker finished with nine.
Winthrop 51, Salem 35: Despite a game-high 23 points from junior Jacyln Panneton, the Witches fell to 2-2 with the home loss. The game was tied after one quarter before the visiting Vikings ripped off 30 points in the second quarter to take a 24-point lead into halftime.
Danvers 41, Swampscott 31: Senior captain Emily McNulty of the Falcons was named tournament MVP of the Malden Holiday Tournament after scoring 17 points and grabbing 10 rebounds in the title game win over Swampscott. Senior Delaney Zecha was also named All-Tournament after a fine performance, while Ashley Arnoldy (6 points, 11 rebounds) and freshman forward Tina Gigli (9 points, 14 rebounds) were stellar in the victory for 3-1 Danvers.
Ipswich 49, Triton 28: The Tigers move to 3-1 overall after winning the consolation game of the Institute for Savings Tournament over the weekend. Jenna Gagnon netted a team-high 13 points, while Jordan Morrissey (seven points) was named to the all-tournament team for her performance. Abby McCarthy added nine points in the win.
Beverly 1, Canton 1: Captain Connor Irving’s power play goal with 3:48 to play, off a pass from J.J. Bacchini, gave the Panthers (7-0-1) a non-league tie against the visiting Bulldogs. Junior netminder Tim Birarelli stopped 13 shots in the stalemate while defenders Matt Hamor, Jack Morency, Sean Munzing and Nick Albano all had standout performances.
Marblehead 10, Nantucket 0: In his first varsity start, junior goalie Marc Scribner stopped all 14 shots he saw as the Headers (5-2) got goals from 10 different players while rolling to an easy home win. Captains Liam Gillis and Tom Koopman, along with Tim Kalinowski and Erik Powers, all had a goal and two assists to power the Marblehead offense. Freshman James McCarthy had a goal and an assist for his first two varisty points while Braden Haley, Dean Fader, Max Delvento, Kyle Koopman and Garrett Keough also lit the lamp.