Masconomet 3, Manchester Essex 0: Adam Grammer, Jack Heintzelman and P.J. Criscione did the scoring for the Chieftains (12-1-1). Shane Collins added an assist in Masco’s 12th consecutive shutout in the Cape Ann League.
Peabody 3, Swampscott 0: Kyle Gilbert recorded two goals, while Jake Silva added the other as the Tanners improve to 8-0-4 on the season. Ben Manoogian assisted on two goals and Connor Wolff on another. Keeper Rob Smith earned his seventh shutout of the season and Bobby Caproni and Ben Britton were strong on defense.
Waring 7, Chapel Hill 0: Nick Wigglesworth netted a hat trick, Aiden Wood scored two, while Kyle Patrick and Alex Mitchell each added a goal for Waring (7-0-1).
Marblehead 4, Salem 2: Matt Muse and Simon Barats handled the scoring for the Witches (1-7-2), while Marblehead improves to 3-5-2.
Foxboro 3, Salem Academy 0: The Navigators (2-5-2) saw strong play from both senior captains Sal Martinez and David Ambrose.
Hamilton-Wenham 3, Lynnfield 1: Senior Russell Gregorian scored all of H-W’s goals to help his team improve to 5-2-5 overall. Alex Berteau, Aiden Prior and Tommy Dowd assisted on the goals, Drew Gallant was strong at center midfield and Frankie Bucco played well in the back.
Bishop Fenwick 3, Lynnfield 0: The Chieftains (11-1) swept in straight sets 25-16, 25-17, 25-8. Kate Lipka had 14 kills, Gianna Pizzano recorded eight kills, Jen Crovo had seven kills and Tessa McLaughlin added 27 assists.
Peabody 3, Marblehead 0: The Tanners improve to 14-0 on the season behind Carolyn Scacchi’s nine kills, three aces and two blocks. Sara Hosman added 12 assists and two aces, Courtney Bua had three kills and two aces and Olivia Summit added eight kills and two blocks.
Maeve Daley recorded five kills, Michaela LeBlanc had 10 digs and Hannah Cohen finished with eight digs for the Magicians.
Winthrop 3, Danvers 1: Julia McNulty had 22 serves with no errors and four kills, freshman middle hitter Holly Tobin had six block and six kills, while freshman setter Shannon Veilleux added 11 assists and six digs for the Falcons (0-12).