Pingree 2, Dexter Southfield 1: Charlotte Esty netted the game winner with five minutes left in the game for Pingree (8-3-1). Emma Whalen scored in the first half while junior midfielder Hannah Becker was outstanding throughout the contest.
Swampscott 3, Winthrop 1: Sarah Hingston, Meghan Hartmann and Mackenzie Robertson had the Big Blue (8-5-4) goals while junior Shauna King helped Swampscott control the midfield. Winthrop had only three shots in the game.
Masco 4, North Reading 0: Senior captain Lexi Sheehan finished with two goals and two assists to finish the season with 17 goals as Masco wrapped up its regular season at 12-4-2. Kaleigh White (goal, assist), Claudia Marsh (goal) and Dominique Anderson (assist) also factored in the scoring.
Ipswich 40, Georgetown 6: Peter Moutevelis returned to the line up for the first time all season and scored two touchdowns for the Tigers. Ipswich (2-6) took a commanding 27-0 lead at halftime and head coach Ted Flaherty couldn’t have been more happy with his team. “It was a much needed win and the hard work paid off. It was fantastic to see Peter back he really adds a level of competitiveness and toughness.” Derek Chamberlain had a pair of touchdowns, including a 70-yard run in the second quarter.
Beverly 3, Salem 0: The Panthers (16-1-1) clinched their fifth straight Northeastern Conference title thanks to goals from Katie Pietrini, Katie Wheatley and Allie Sheehan.
Swampscott 0, Marblehead 0: Alexis Steriti, Tessa Bean, Lisa Vu and Tori Thistle all played well for Swampscott (16-2-2). The entire Marblehead (10-5-3) team played tremendously according to Magicians head coach Linda Rice Collins who said all her girls stepped up and came through for the team.
Peabody 4, Revere 1: Peabody (10-5-3) used two goals from Jenna Ferullo and one each from Joanne Frangias and Dayna Collins to snag the victory. Keeper Jill Sims was solid in the cage for the Tanners.
ME 2, North Andover 2: Anna Heffernan (assist) and Paige Zaval had the ME (16-1-1) goals, Brittany Smith added an assist and Maddie Bistrong had five saves.