Masconomet 3, Georgetown 0: Jack Heintzelman netted a pair of goals for the Chieftains (10-1-1). Max Craig added the other score and Dylan Zernich recorded the assist.
Bishop Fenwick 1, Arlington Catholic 1: Iftimi Arapi netted the tying goal with an assist from Rashad DaSilva in the closing second as Fenwick (4-5-5) came away with a point despite outshooting the Cougars by a sizable margin.
Beverly 4, Winthrop 0: Senior Caitlin Harty had two goals and one assist in yesterday’s win for the Panthers (9-1-2). Kristen O’Connor and Brandi Duzz both scored, while Casey Cook added two assists and Meghan Berking was strong in the midfield.
Danvers 7, Revere 0: Seven different players — Delaney Zecha, Courtney Arnoldy, Shannon Pohle, Devan Walsh, Allie Zunick, Olivia Davis, and Meaghan McCarriston — scored goals as Danvers improved to 7-3. Goalie Amanda Backe earned the shutout while Katherine Kowalski played well at midfield and defense for the Falcons.
Bishop Fenwick 0, Arlington Catholic 0: Jenny Nasser and Mary Difilippo had strong games on defense for the Crusaders (5-4-2), while Mikayla Pocaro played well in goal for the injured Merry Harrington.
Masconomet 5, Georgetown 1: Senior Kaleigh White had a goal and three assists as the Chieftains (7-0-3) scored four times in the second half to shake off a slow start. Abby McKinley, Emma Hibbard, Sarah Katz and Sophie Reblin also found the back of the net and freshman Katy Pelleteir made 14 saves to collect another win.
Peabody 5, Gloucester 0: The iron clad Tanner defense recorded its fifth straight shutout while senior captain Madison Doherty scored twice with one assist to handle the offensive. Freshman Molly Tansey, Erika Nelson and Lexi Dowling also scored for Peabody (7-1-1) while Caroline Colbert had one assist.
Marblehead 5, Lynn Classical 1: Mia Bongiorno scored two goals, including a penalty kick, and Meghan McCarthy also struck twice as the Magicians improved to 6-2-1. Sarah Cullen also scored and the Marblehead defense of Kelly Mealey, Lucy Poulin, Meg Ryan and Abigail LeBlanc played well.