Marblehead 5, Winthrop 0: Chris Wigglesworth, Miles Barry and Griffin Butterfield swept in singles play as the Magicians got the win against their NEC opponent. In doubles action Ben Goldstein/Jason Frost (6-0, 6-0) and Michael Forte/Dimitri Vlassov (6-1, 6-1) also got wins for Marblehead.
Masco 90, Newburyport 50: Lizzy Dew won the shot put and the discus while Dana Balek took first in the javelin as Masco moved to 3-0 behind the strong showing by its throwers. Freshman Megan Lemaire got her first varsity points with a third place in the 200.
H-W 114, Triton 31: Lesley Bynum won the javelin (89) and the discus (98-9) for H-W (1-1). Emily Weigand topped the mile (5:52) and the 800 (2:32) as well for the Generals while Emma Bean captured the 400 (64.9) and the 200 (28.3).
Ipswich 105, Lynnfield 40: Michaela Hedderman won the 100, 200 and placed second in the long jump as the Tigers improve to 2-0 on the season. Devin Smith took the 400 and triple jump, while Nora McMorrow won the long jump and Celia Zampitella placed first in the shot put. Katie Monahan (100 hurdles), Maggie Marsh (pole vault), Hannah Steele (high jump), Marissa Cain (javelin), Sarah Keiran (mile) and Tina Keiran (2 mile) also had wins for Ipswich.
Masco 82, Newburyport 59: Luke Schell won the long jump (17-8), triple jump (37-5) and was second in the 400 (54.8) for Masco (3-0). Marco Caserta won the two mile (9:52) and David Drigo topped the javelin (160-5) for the Chieftains.
H-W 76, Triton 69: Shawn Kotch won four events for Hamilton-Wenham (1-1) but the meet came down to the 4X400 relay which Mike Allara, Kevin Blatchford, Bobby Grinnell and Wyatt Howell won (3:44) to give the Generals the victory. Kotch meanwhile had firsts in the long jump (17-10), triple jump (39-10), 110 hurdles (16.4) and the 200 (24.1).
Ipswich 106, Lynnfield 39: Alex Jean-Charles doubled in the 100 and long jump to help the Tigers to their second straight victory. Cole Martens (400 hurdles), Derek Chamberlain (javelin), Ryan White (high jump), David Dick (pole vault) Matt Jaeger (triple jump), Ryan Bahar (110 hurdles), Robbie Fay (200), Nate Glaster (400), Nick Mammolette (800) and Michael Riddle (2 mile) all had first place finishes in the meet.