North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 5, Chelsea 0: The Hawks (8-2-4) had five different goal-scorers with Anna Harriman, Keely Gallagher (two assists), Ella Spies, Brittany Soper and Sarah Powers all recording markers. Keeper Sarah Cantwell earned her sixth shutout of the season.
Pingree 3, Berwick Academy 1: Nicole Scarfo scored a goal and played exceptional at center back and center midfield for Pingree (8-0-1). Lexi McNinch and Kerri Zerfoss also scored for the Highlanders.
Governor’s 2, Pingree 0: Sophomore Cassidy Assad stood out for Pingree (6-6-1) while the Highlander defense stopped all 10 offensive corner opportunities by Governor’s.
Bishop Fenwick 4, Peabody 0: Erinn Johnson, Erin Clancy, Brianna Trobella and Natalie Moore had the goals for Bishop Fenwick (9-6) while Victoria Hernandez, Lauren Hallice and Rachel Connolly all played well defensively.
Hamilton-Wenham 2, North Reading 0: Sophomore Maddie Werner stopped all eight shots she faced to propel the Generals (5-10-1) to victory. Senior Sophia Zizza had both goals for Hamilton-Wenham, with freshman Mackenzie Plante assisting on both.
Masconomet 4, Triton 1: Bell Ives potted a pair of goals for Masco (12-0-1) while Tessa Ives and Margaret Maysek anchored the defense. Dana Balek and Paige Boucher also scored for the Chieftains.
Manchester Essex 5, Rockport 0: Manchester Essex improved to 13-0-2 with the shutout.
Swampscott 36, Saugus 36: The Big Blue (7-11-1) had the first tie in coach Linda Portnoy’s tenure with the team. Max Cohen nearly had a hole-in-one on the sixth hole but the ball circled the rim and popped out.
Pingree 4, Porstmouth Abbey 2: Brandon Franco eagled on the eighth hole, a par five, to help the Highlanders move to 5-2.
Salem 3, Medford 2: Middle hitter Hannah Wilkins (nine kills) and libero Kayti LeFrancois (18 digs) carried Salem (11-6). The Witches won in five games (20-25, 25-19, 25-17, 23-25, 15-8) as LeFrancois served for 29 points including five aces.
Masco 3, Hamilton-Wenham 0: The Chieftains (9-5) need one more win to qualify for the tournament as they swept the Generals 25-7, 25-14, 25-8. Junior middle hitter Maddie Burliff recorded five service points, five digs and 10 kills, while senior Maddie Kelly added 16 service points, five aces, five dig, one kill and one block. Junior setter Katherine McManus finished with 16 assists and four aces.