Masconomet 7, Manchester Essex 1: Kaleigh White led the scoring with three goals and one assist to keep her Chieftain team undefeated at 9-0-3. Courtney Bouchard and Taylor Teed netted a goal and two assists, Abby Reblin score one and assisted on another and Julia O’Reily netted a single marker. Lucie Farnham and Kate Kitsakos also had assists, and freshman Katie Pelletier made 14 saves.
Ipswich 4, Saugus 0: Senior Katie Monahan netted the hat trick, while senior Emily Folan scored the other goal as the Tigers move to 5-3-5. Monahan and Folan also recorded assists along with Kaitlin Robinson. Junior Jackie Gagnon and sophomore Sarah Wallis also stood out in the win.
Danvers 8, Lynn English 0: Delaney Zecha scored three goals, Meaghan McKenna, Katherine Kowalski, Shannon Pohle, Allie Zunick and Kylie Plaza netted single markers for the Falcons (8-4-1). Zecha, Kowlaski and Nicole Belanger played well in the shutout.
Foxboro 5, Salem Academy 1: Channelle Camah scored the Navigators’ (4-4-2) lone goal.
Hamilton-Wenham 1, Lynnfield 1: Caroline Gribbell scored at the 70 minute mark to tie things up for the Generals (8-3-1). Suz Rose played the entire game at midfield and Carolyn Cook helped slow down Lynnfield’s attack, while H-W earned the point needed to qualify for the tourney.
Salem 1, Marblehead 0: Junior Deema Hijleh scored 10 minutes into the second half off an assist from Tayla O’Leary. Freshman Sydney Rocheville recorded her third shutout, making four saves for the Witches (7-5-1).
Peabody 1, Swampscott 0: Bryanna Gaynor scored off a Madison Doherty assist as the Tanners improve to 8-1-2 overall. Peabody saw strong defensive play from Katrina Silva, Alex Lomasney and keeper Cailtin Lodi, and also qualified for the tourney.
Danvers 3, Lynn English 1: Senior captain and sweeper Matt Kidney notched his first-ever varsity goal as Danvers improves to 7-1-5. Jackson McPherson and Nikolay Sakhin each recorded goals, while Mark McCarthy and Kayo Silva added assists. Center midfielder Zach Noring played outstanding and shutdown English’s top player, while Danvers held the Bulldogs to just three shots.