Swampscott 43, LC 29: Kevin Marescalchi, Victoria Malatesta, Griffin Hunt and Noah Maercklein all won for Swampscott (10-4) while Anthony Springthorpe, Peter Wright and Cameron Swigor tied their matches, helping secure the victory.
St. John’s Prep 239, SJS 244: Trailing by two points late, the last Eagle off the course, senior Dave Bornstein (of Peabody), shot a 37 to push the Prep (13-3) past the defending state champs. Josh Wingardner (38), Steven Dilisio (39) and Brandon Bingel (39) all had outstanding days for the Eagles.
North Reading 109, Hamilton-Wenham 101: Brian Nicoll had 25 points and Tom Riccio finished with 18 points for H-W (1-13).
Marblehead 60, LE 12: Connor Green (37), Pitch Riley (36), Owen Picariello (39) and Charlie Thompson (39) all won for Marblehead (10-2-1), which saw its NEC small record improve to 9-0.
Manchester-Essex 138, Ipswich 112: Junior captain Austin Rubino led all scorers by registering 30 points for Ipswich (3-9). Fellow junior Quinn O’Connor picked up 20 points for the Tigers.
Masconomet 0, Bishop Fenwick 0: Juniors Kathleen Moran and Maura Benson, as well as senior Halle Mahoney, led Bishop Fenwick (3-6-3) on defense yesterday while goalie Bridgette Townsend claimed her third shutout of the season.
Masconomet (10-0-1) had strong play from goalie Alie Neuenhaus, forward Maddie LaFreniere, midfield Julianna Kostas and defender Becca Phillips.
Swampscott 2, Danvers 0: Alexa Steriti drew first blood for Swampscott (10-1-1) on an assist from Christina King before teammate Tori Thistle added the insurance goal when she was set up by Danielle Mayblum. In addition, Tessa Bean and Lisa Vu anchored the Big Blue back line.
Senior Gabi Torchia had a great game in goal for Danvers (4-5-3) even stopping a breakaway attempt in the first half.
Hamilton-Wenham 2, Manchester-Essex 0: Alana Vecchiarello scored both goals in the second half for H-W (9-1-1). Maddie Berthoud had an assist in the victory while Sam Charette was a defensive star for the Generals. In addition, Liz Rose controlled the middle of the field.