During last night's Brad Sheridan Tournament consolation game, the host Magicians got a 59-55 win and spot in the state tournament.
After being 2-8 at one point in the season, Marblehead turned it around to finish 10-10.
"It was tight the entire game," said head coach Wayne Hanscom. "But we fought it out."
Brian Gellert hit two key free throws with five seconds left to seal it for Marblehead. Gellert and Phil Couglin each finished with 16 points in the victory. Point guard Scott Temme had seven points and dished out six assists.
Masconomet 51, Reading 48: The Chieftains trailed 17-2 after one quarter in the championship game of their own tournament, but chipped away and found a way to win. Senior guard Adam Bramanti exploded for 31 points. He was 11-for-11 from the free throw line and 4-for-4 on 3-pointers on the night. Bramanti and Alex Brown were named to the All-Tournament team.
Ben Panunzio played well defensively for Masco, which finishes the regular season at 14-6, while senior came off the bench to score six critical points in the second quarter.
Pingree 46, Berwick 40: The Highlanders (18-5) finished their regular season off on high note. Senior Isaac Carp led the way with 17 points, Connor Reardon had 10 points and 11 rebounds and Kyle Lentini finished 10 points. But it was the team defense of Pingree that won the game, shutting down Berwick's No. 1 scorer.
Bishop Fenwick 66, Gloucester 56: Dom Luoni powered the Crusaders with 23 points, including four three-pointers. Matt Costello was dominant on the glass with eight rebounds to along with his 11 points. Fenwick won four out of its last six games to finish the season at 7-13.
Groton 43, Bishop Fenwick 42: Groton scored with 25 seconds left and Fenwick had a chance to win in the final seconds but Kate Lipka's pull-up jumper rimmed out. Senior Maura Doyle stood out in her final game, scoring 18 points to go along with seven rebounds and three blocks. Lipka added seven points and four blocks for Fenwick, which finished the season 9-13.
Berwick 61, Pingree 42: Junior co-captain Katlyn Oliver (Danvers) had 21 points in the Highlanders' (3-17) final game of the season, sophomore guard Caroline Fay contributed with 14.
Hudson 1, Peabody 4: Mike Chiappini had the single goal for the Tanners (6-13-1) in the Newburyport Bank Ice Hockey Classic. Goaltender Joe Powers had 20 saves in the loss and Peabody will take Marblehead on Friday in the consolation game.
Beverly 8, Peabody 2: Rachel Ingraham and Jessica Fanning scored their first varsity goals to highlight the Panthers' road win. Ami Thompson also stopped 12 shots, playing her first full game in net for Beverly (10-7-2). Bella Piscaldi and Ciara DiSalvo scored for the Tanners.
Endicott 3, regis 0: Sophomore Lance Pepper and freshman Thomas Stoeckinger combined for 11 of the 24 aces the Gulls produced in their 25-10, 25-10, 25-14 victory.
bENTLEY 9, eNDICOTT 0: Jake Cohen and Olivier Joggi put up a good fight at No. 1 doubles for the Gulls (1-3) before losing 8-6.
BABSON 9, eNDICOTT 0: The Gulls' best performance came from Emilie Cloutier and Amy Heacox, who lost 8-5 at No. 3 doubles.