Lynn Classical 46, Danvers 40: Hannah Llewellyn scored 10 points and Delaney Zecha scored seven points and came up with 11 steals to help Danvers keep the game tight in the fourth quarter. The Falcons fell behind by 10 points in the fourth quarter, but Zecha helped Danvers cut it back to two points with her defense. Tina Gigli chipped in with seven points and 10 rebounds for Danvers (5-2).
St. John’s Prep 67, B.C. High 9: A dozen Eagles recorded victories in their Catholic Conference opener. Malcolm Mitchell (106 pounds), Michael Dik (120), Hunter Costa (126), John Grady (132), Jack Anderson (138), Jared Costa (145), Fred Colberg (152), Ben DiNatale (160), Solomon White (170), Spencer Jenkins (182), Ian Butterbrodt (220) and Jay Carnevale (285) all produced wins for St. John’s Prep, which improved to 19-1.
Masconomet 45, Pentucket 7: The Chieftains (12-3) received pins from Sam Bar (106 pounds), Johnny Walker (113), Will Sheldon (138), Ross Baldning (145), Dan Gregorio (152), Richie Santosuosso (160) and Stephen Yanelli (182).
North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 50, Chelsea 33: Doug Wilson and Josh Faels tied for first place in the hurdles (8-8) as the Hawks earned their second win of the season. Other first place winner include Brendan Hurley (300, 42.3), Tim Picinni (1000, 3:08.6), Mike Tilton (mile, 5:40.6), Phil Siminson (2 mile, 11:00) and Anthony Sabbio (shot, 35-4 1/2).
North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 48, Chelsea 27: Alexa Marquis won the 600 and Hannah Marshall took second as North Shore improved to 2-0. Sasha Kairys also won the 2-mile while Victoria Francis (2nd in shot put) and Allison Christoffelf (2nd in 300) also stood out.
Masconomet 97, Ipswich 84: Sophomore Michael Bartley set a new Chieftains school record in the 100 fly with a time of 55.79 and Masco improved to 4-0 on the year. Lily Koenig won both the 100 back (1:02.05) and 200 free (2:11.43) while swimming a leg of the sectional qualifying 400 free relay (4:08.44) with Kathleen Gillespie, Maddie Kelly and Carly Soares. The Chieftain boys 400 free also qualified with a time of 3:47.50.
Ipswich was led by first place divers Tessa Amoroso (221.85 points), Amelia Young (181.5) and Nora Hughes (114.97) while Josh Colameta won the 50 free in 24.61.