Masconomet 2, North Reading 0: Senior captain Adam Grammer netted both goals for the Chieftains (4-0-1). Grammer scored on a Regan Charie assist in the first half and on a penalty kick in the second half. Defensively, senior captain Jeff Panella played solid in the back field and Max Craig was outstanding up to, creating chances. Keeper Willie Stewart made two saves for his fourth straight shutout.
Peabody 4, Lynn Classical 2: The Tanners (3-0-1) scored three straight to remain perfect in NEC action. C.J. Alimonte scored the winner just before halftime and added two assists, Ben Manoogian scored two goals and Jacob Silva also found the net. Defender Christian Morales had an outstanding game, as did Ben Britton and Ryan Wolff.
Danvers 3, Swampscott 1: Caio Silva, Jackson McPherson and Nikolay Sakhin had second half goals for the Falcons (2-0 NEC, 3-0-1 overall), with Sahkin and Spencer Persson adding assists. Goalkeeper Cam Bornstein (12 saves) also had a stellar contest in net, while senior midfielder Ryan Kelleher played well on the outside.
Erick Eaton scored for the Big Blue (1-1-1) to give the hosts a lead in the first half. Defender Neil Lahrizi played well for Swampscott at center back.
Lynn English 2, Beverly 0: The Panthers (2-2) generated some scoring chances but the Bulldogs capitalized on theirs in a league win. George Hillois played well for Beverly, as did middies Graham Doherty and Ryan Santo.
Bishop Fenwick 6, Matignon 0: Iftimi Arapi scored two goals to lead the Crusaders (3-4-1) to their second straight win. Rashad DaSilva, Alex Baker and Troy Delleville also had goals for Bishop Fenwick while Patrick Walsh and Greg Enos played strong all-around games.
Ipswich 3, Lynnfield 0: Matt Jaeger scored and added two assists to help the Tigers (2-1-2) get back on the winning track. David Dick and Max Benford scored the other goals for Ipswich.
Hamilton-Wenham 2, Saugus 2: Aidan Prior and Andrew Weigand knocked home goals for the host Generals (2-1-1), coming one after the other late in the first half. Russell Grigorian and Alex Berthoud had assists while goalkeeper Henry Eager was solid the entire 80 minutes.
Gloucester 3, Marblehead 2: Kaya Ulcay scored both goals for the Magicians, who are 1-21.
Marblehead 2, Gloucester 0: Lauren Unterborn stopped all three shots she faced as the Magicians (2-0-1) prevailed at home. Mia Bongiorno and Elise Joyce had second half goals for the winners, with both tallies unassisted. Defensively, Kelly Mealey was a standout in the victory.
Peabody 2, Lynn Classical 1: Goals by seniors Madison Doherty and Sarah Godschall carried Peabody (3-1), which played as many as six freshmen together in crunch time. Alex Lomasney and Caroline Colbert collected assists for the Tanners, who led 1-0 at halftime.
North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 1, Gr. Lowell 1: Sarah Powers scored assisted by Brooke Miles just before halftime to even things up for North Shore (3-0-1). Keeper Sarah Cantwell made 11 saves to make sure it stayed that way and junior sweeper Ava Swiniarski had a strong game as well.
Lynnfield 2, Ipswich 0: The Tigers (2-1-2) suffered their first loss of the season as defender Claire Gardner had a strong game defensively.
Beverly 5, Lynn English 0: Caitlin Harty netted three goals and assisted on another to lead the Panthers (4-0-1) to victory. Kristin O’Connor (assist) and Caci Rhuda each had a goal, as Beverly held 3-0 lead going into halftime.
Masconomet 2, North Reading 2: The Chieftains (2-0-2) recorded their second straight tie, but managed to come back from a two-goal deficit in the second half. Sammi Sheehan scored two minutes into the second stanza, on an assist from Isabella Scarpone. Kate Kitsakos netted the tying goal, while Paige Pratt got the assist. Lexi Nason started in goals for Masco and freshman Katie Pelleiter came in for the second, making 10 saves.
Salem 8, revere 0: Freshman Taylor O’Leary had two goals and one assist in the Witches’ (3-2-0) victory. Nicole Sadoway added a pair of goals, Deema Hijleh and Hannah Van De Stadt contributed with a goal and an assist each. Seniors Brenna Burke and Alix Bryant recorded single markers, Jacklyn Panneton had a pair of assists and the Arianna Gaffney earned the shutout.
Hamilton-Wenham 4, Saugus 0: Cassie Vitale recorded her third shutout of the season and Maddi Berthaud scored twice to lift the Generals (3-1) to vcitory. Suz Rose and Haley Morong also tallied in the win.
Swampscott 6, Gloucester 1: The Big Blue (1-2-1) earned their first win behind an excellent effort from Annie Kane (goal), Tori Thistle (two goals, assist) and Victoria Himaras (two goals). Angela Videtta played well on defense for Swampscott while Tessa Beane had a goal and one assist.
Danvers 5, Revere 0: The Falcons (3-1-1 overall) remained undefeated in league play as Kate Leonard scored two goals and Rachel Trocchi added two goals and one assist. Taylor Gent also had a goal, Catie Lamoly played well and Nicole Papamichael earned her second straight shutout in net.
Marblehead 2, Peabody 1: Senior Suzanne McCarthy scored both goals for the Magicians (2-1). Hannah Fobart, Olivia Hazlett and Casey Collins also stood out in the win.
St. John’s Prep 233, Barnstable 239: The Eagles improved to 5-1 with a close win at Salem Country Club. Sophomore Steven DiLisio of Swampscott shot a 2-under par 34 to lead St. John’s, parring the first seven holes before birdieing 8 and 9. Seniors Jeff O’Connor (38), a captain from Topsfield, and Marblehead resident Justin Serowik (39) also had fine rounds for the winners.
Manchester Essex 157, Ipswich 125: The Tigers (5-2) fell despite Kyle Mulkiran’s 28 points. Austin Rubino chipped in 25 points and Eric Gongas added 22.
Pentucket 145, Hamilton-Wenham 144: Michael Gillis collected 27 points and Scott Hughes added 26 but the Generals (2-4) lost a close one played at Haverhill, Dillon Duran added 22 points for H-W.
Marblehead 45, Danvers 27: Pitch Riley shot a par 34 at Tedesco and Brian Neumann and Kyle Mauldin also won their matches to lead Marblehead (7-2). Mike Planksy had a strong showing for Danvers.
Peabody 50, Revere 22: Nolan Franey won his match, as did Matt Correale, as Peabody improved to 3-2-1 on the season. Also winning matches were Steve Ferrante, Pat McCarthy, Ted Izzo and Bobby Sarcamone.
Lynn English 431/2, Salem 281/2: Madison Ballou won 5-4, A.J. Darmody won by the same score and Wesley Schaejbe came out on top 51/2-31/2 but the Witches fell to 2-5 overall.
Masconomet 140, Saugus 129: Mike Manni and fellow senior Paul Arsenault both finished with 27 points as the Chieftains prevailed at Turner Hill. Senior captain Joe Klingensmith added 25 points in the win for Masconomet (3-2).
Swampscott 41, Gloucester 31: The Big Blue won their first Northeastern Conference of the season by prevailing on the road at Bass Rocks. Pete Wright tied his match at No. 1 while wins came from Max Cohen at No. 2 (5-4), Noah Maercklein at No. 3 (61/2 to 2 1/2), Anthony Springthorpe at No. 4 (71/2 to 1 1/2), Corey Bleau at No. 5 (5-4), Chris Thomsen at No. 7 (5-4) and No. 8 Brandon Carola at No. 8 (51/2 to 3 1/2) for the Big Blue (3-4 overall).
Bishop Fenwick 3, AP 0: Setter Tessa McLaughlin handed out 33 assists as the Crusaders (5-1) won 25-13, 25-9, 25-18. Senior captain Kate Lipka ahd 19 kills, Madison Camelo had nine kills and Olivia Morsey came up with 11 digs.
Salem 3, Winthrop 0: The Witches won in straight games 25-16, 25-10, 25-18 as Codey Homan totaled nine kills and three aces. Middle hitter Hannah Wilkins also had a strong all-around game with four kills, four aces and two timely blocks.
Peabody 3, Swampscott 0: Captain Carolyn Scacchi had 10 kills, Olivia Summit added five kills and Sara Hosman finished with 17 service points as the unbeaten Tanners (5-0) rolled at home, 25-11, 25-17, 25-14. Junior Julia Brown (4 kills) also had a strong match coming off the bench.
Presentation of Mary 3, NST/Essex Aggie 1: The Buldogs (2-4) one the first match, but were swept in the final three (25-20, 16-25, 15-25, 20-25). Sophomore middle hitter Isabel Camacho had 10 service points, 14 blocks and six kills in the loss.
Beverly 3, Lynn Classical 2: The Panthers prevailed 25-27, 25-18, 25-22, 20-25, 15-11. Junior Alex Kelleher had 11 kills, Bridget Keaton had a strong game at setter and Hayley Finik and Katherine Brown also played well.
WOMEN’S COLLEGE TENNIS
Gordon 9, Salem State 0: The Fighting Scots (6-3) swept the Vikings (1-2) with singles match wins by Caroline Hall, Tawnie Yeaw, Lily Drescher, Cindi Flynn, Rebecca Levy and Hannah Damon. Hall/Flynn, Drescher/Yeaw and Abby Caron and Damon teamed to sweep the three doubles matches.
Endicott qualifies for CCC Championships: The Gulls shot an overall 314 to place fourth and earn the final spot in the Common Wealth Conference’s spring championship. Zach Golojuch, Austin Teal, and Ian Teal all tied for fifth place by shootin 78s, while teammates Nickolas Erlichman and Dan Sullivan finished at 82, respectively.