Beverly 7, Peabody 0: The Panthers (2-0) scored four times in the second period and goalie Ami Thompson made 12 saves to earn her first shutout of the season. Nicole Kamens had two goals for Beverly while Nicole Woods scored twice with an assist and Livvy Konaxis had a goal and one assist.
Caitlin McBride and Rachel Spencer also had goals for Beverly with captain Katie Szela picking up two assists and Anna O’Neill also earning a helper.
Joanna Ambeliotis made 30 saves for the Tanners (0-2) while the line of Courtney Smith, Sophia Post and Waverly Cohen had a strong third period.
Shawsheen 9, Bishop Fenwick 4: Sophomore Emily Galligan registered a hat trick for the Crusaders, who slipped to 0-3. Megan McGunigle also scored for Fenwick, and freshman Gabby Dotolo had an assist.
Ipswich grabs four places at Winter Festival: Ryan Bahar placed second in the hurdles at the small school Winter Festival at the Reggie Lewis Center this weekend. Alex Jean-Charles and Chris DiNocco placed seventh and eighth, respectively, in the 55-meter dash. DiNocco, Elliot Bates, Robbie Fay, and Neil Coleman also teamed up to take fifth in the 4x400 relay.
Tigers stand out at Winter Festival: Tina Keiran was third in the 2-mile in 11:53.70 and her sister, Sarah Keiran, took fourth in the mile in 5:22.61 to lead Ipswich to a solid performance at the small school Winter Festival. Junior Katie Monahan was also fifth in the hurdles in 9.51, and Ipswich took second in the 4x400 relay, fifth in the 4x800 relay, and sixth in the 4x200 relay.
St. John’s sweeps: St. John’s defeated Salem N.H. (68-9), Franklin (48-21), and Lawrence (39-27) to improve to 7-1. D.J. Lemeiux (126 pounds), Fred Colberg (132), Jared Costa (138), Jon Polansky (195), Ian Butterbrodt (220), and Corey Jean-Jacques (285) each won three matches to pace the Eagles.