North Andover 14, Peabody 6: The Tanners hung tough for three quarters but dropped their opener. Josh Fiore scored one goal and handed out three assists while Matt Pinho and Reed Foster each scored two goals. Ryan Wolff added one goal and Mike Vadala chipped in with an assist.
Peabody coach Anthony O’Donnell praised Cody Wlasuk, Connor Bombaci and goalie Matt Cloutman for their defensive play.
Bishop Fenwick 17, Cardinal Spellman 3: Merry Harrington (three goals, two assists), Tessa McLaughlin (two goals, one assist) and Teagan Ahearn (two goals, three assists) paced the offense, while Meghan Woodworth turned away seven saves for the Crusaders (2-1).
Winchester 12, Marblehead 4: The Magicians slipped to 1-3 on the season despite seeing goals from Adrienne Ciccone, Emily Freedland, Corinne Mayle and Sydney Cayen. Lucy Poulin recorded two assists in the loss, while Brittany Lydon made 10 saves.
WOMEN’S COLLEGE LACROSSE
Endicott 10, Gordon 4: Endicott’s Emily Whitney, Katie Tierney and Kirsten Thor each recorded hat tricks in Saturday’s victory to help the Gulls improve to 10-1 on the season. Bailey Grinnell, Anna Blomberg, Jane Dietrich and Stephanie Fitzgerald had goals for Gordon, which was outscored 6-1 in the first half.
Salem State 17, Framingham State 5: Kelsey Russell recorded six points on four goals and two assists to lead the Vikings in MASCAC competition. Vikings’ netmider, Chyenne Jackson (Peabody) stopped 10 in the win.
MEN’S COLLEGE LACROSSE
Endicott 26, Gordon 6: Endicott freshman face-off specialist Tommy Hughes set a career-high with 24 wins in the X during the Gulls’ victory over Gordon on Saturday. Junior attacker Kyle Weber picked up nine points on six goals and three assists as the Gulls scored 11 goals in the first quarter alone. Jordan Heckelmann and Roger Evans contributed with a pair of goals each for Gordon (6-6).
Salem State 11, Southern Maine 10: The Vikings (3-6) scored five-fourth quarter goals to put an end to a two-goal deficit and ensure the win. Alex Pearsons tallied three goals and a team-high 10 shots to lead SSU, while Dylan Svenson made nine saves in goal.