Peabody 64, Revere 58: Jared McCarron scored 12 points and pulled down a season-high 13 rebounds for Peabody (6-8) while Matt Correale added 15 points.
Chelsea 57, North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 41: Trace Schaejbe led NST/EA (4-9) with 13 points while Riley Anderson (10 points and 8 rebounds) and Jeff White (10 points and 4 assists) were the other top contributors.
Amesbury 66, Ipswich 62: Matt Jaeger dropped in 24 points in a losing cause for the Tigers (1-14). Jake Long (10 points), Aleks Kuljic (9 points) and Robbie Glavin (8 points) also played well for IHS.
Hamilton-Wenham 38, Triton 16: The Generals (11-3) didn’t surrender a single point in the second quarter to take a commanding 18-3 lead at halftime. Katherine Ecker (12 points, 8 rebounds), Sam Charette (7 points, 8 rebounds), Kelly Walsh (12 rebounds, 8 steals, 8 points) and Sue Rose (8 assists) carried Hamilton-Wenham.
Bishop Fenwick 64, Notre Dame 37: Bishop Fenwick bumped its record to 8-6 behind big performances from Gianna Pizzano (16 points, 5 steals), Colleen Corcoran (13 points, 3 blocks) and Kate Lipka (16 points, 4 steals, 3 blocks).
Peabody 55, Revere 23: Carolyn Scacchi poured in 20 points and grabbed seven rebounds for Peabody (10-3) while Courtney Bua added six rebounds and eight points. Melissa Gray contributed 10 points for the Tanners.
Methuen 52, Danvers 47: The Falcons (8-7) played hard and with intensity, but didn’t finish their shots and ran out of gas in the fourth quarter. Sophomore Hannah Llewellyn had 11 of her team-high 17 points in the second half while Emily McNulty added 10 points. Ashley Arnoldy contributed six points and 13 rebounds.
Ipswich 61, Amesbury 49: The Tigers (6-7) outscored Amesbury 23-6 in the third quarter to take control of the game. Jenna Gagnon (14 points), Jordan Morrissey (14 points) and Nikki Pignone (16 points) carried the offense for Ipswich.
Chelsea 51, North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 35: The Hawks dropped to 6-7 on the season.
Pingree 51, Dana Hall 49: Senior co-captain Haley Sabino hit a 3-pointer with seven seconds to play to lift the Highlanders (9-6) to a euphoric victory. Meg Foye chipped in with a team-high 12 points and Hanna Stasiuk added 10.