Beverly 60.5 Salem 11.5: The Panthers continue their unbeaten streak at 8-0 on the season. Ryan Anderson (7-2), Bryce Mitchell (8-1) and Chris Sinclair (7 1/2- 1 1/2) all had wins for Beverly. Kyle Doherty and Josh Powers played well in defeat for the Witches.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Swampscott 15, Salem 15: Sarah Kelley won the 2.95 mile race in 23:25 to help the Big Blue move to 2-2. Alyssa Mauriello (23:26), Isabella Kornitsky (23:35), Vivian Gere (23:42), Veronica Rizzo (23:44), Michelle Laconte (24:15) and Charlotte Westhoven (24:19) were the top seven overall finishers for Swampscott.
Marblehead 15, Lynn Classical 45: Race winner Janaya Randall finished in 18:50 as Marblehead improved to 2-0. Lily Roberts (19:01), Sarah Oliver (20:19), Paige Ferrucci (20:21) and Anna Barrell (21:19) all ran well as the Magicians took the top five spots in the race.
Crusaders win one, lose one: Bishop Fenwick took the top two places in winner Arianna Maida (20:10) and runner-up Sydney Packard (20:50) but fell to Arlington Catholic 25-35 while beating Lowell Catholic 17-45. Mary Pasquale was next in at 23:17 for ninth place while Meg Clancy (23:55, 11th) and Sam Claveau (24:34, 12th) had strong showings for the Crusaders (3-1).
Beverly 20, Danvers 41: Abby Walsh (19:26) was the top finisher for the Panthers (4-0), placing second overall. Nicole Demars finished just six seconds later at 19:32, good for third place and Julianna Wesley finished fourth at 20:07. Danvers’ Catalina Dominick won the race in 18:27, which was the fastest time ever by a Falcon on their home course (Heather Wilson held the previous record pf 18:30 and Shalane Flanagan holds the overall record of 17:57). Alison Barker ran 21:05 and finished seventh for Danvers (3-1).
Waring 4, Gann Academy 0: Waring moves to 5-0 on the season behind freshman Amanda Adams’ three goal performance. Merilyn Hinrichs added a goal and an assist in the win.
WOMEN’S COLLEGE TENNIS
Endciott 9, Eastern Nazarene 0: Amy Heacox, Natalie Ebgert, Suzie Newman, Sarah Hill, Savannah Deady and Kelsey Lawrence all won singles matches as Endicott (7-2) stayed unbeaten in conference play at 5-0. Heacox and Chrissy Martel will be playing in the ITA Regionals this weekend for the Gulls, who also swept doubles behind Heacox/Mackenzie Rhodes, Newman/Brittany Potter and Skyelar MacLeod/Jamie Zompa.