Salem 11, Winthrop 6: Senior attack Leah Buonfiglio scored four goals as the Witches (11-6-1 overall) clinched the NEC South with a perfect 6-0 league record. Marissa Romeo, Elizabeth Roush and Lydia Grasberger each added two goals to the Salem offense and Nicole Sadoway had one, with Victoria Kako making 15 saves in goal. Brenna Burke, Shayna Hall and Jessica Jellerson all starred defensively.
Masconomet 17, Beverly 4: Kathleen and Molly Gillespie led the way with four goals to help the Chieftains improve to 13-5-1. Sam Dindo and Meg Collins contributed with three, Sarah Yeakel added two goals and Grace Fahey scored once. Abby Reblin and Katie Zalzania played solid defensively.
Danvers 8, Lynnfield 3: Allie Zunick and Meaghan McKenna had three goals each for Danvers (15-3) while senior Erin Loehner showed great defensive leadership. Yesterday the Falcons defeated Marblehead 11-10 as Danvers went undefeated en route to the Northeastern Conference championship.
Pingree 12, Hyde Woodstock 8: Junior Carter Rossano (two assists) scored five goals to lead Pingree (11-4) in the New England Small School semifinals match up. Sophomore Max Trotsky added three goals and one assist, sophomore Arjen Steegstra finished with three goals and two assists and Sam Ober had one goal and two assists. The Highlanders will play in the NESS final against Hebron Friday at Berwick Academy.
Woburn 8, Salem 7 (OT): Mike Muse scored twice in the final four minutes as the Witches (12-8) tied the game and sent it to extra time before falling. Muse finished with three goals, Andrew MacMillan had a pair and teammates Craig Denehy and Eamon Williamson had one each. Goalkeeper Christian Costa came up big with 17 saves, with J.C. Nova and J.T. Kapnis excelling in front of him defensively.
Pentucket 12, Bishop Fenwick 2: The Crusaders ended the season at 9-11 with goalie Nick Finan making 16 saves. Chris Napolitano and Jake Mitchell had the goals for Fenwick.