Pentucket 6, Ipswich 0: The Sachems scored five goals in the second half to pull away from the Tigers.
Hamilton-Wenham 2, Georgetown 1: H-W (3-4-1) had a monster goal from Tyler Bussone, who connected from 30 yards out for the Generals first score before Logan McCulloch turned in the game-winner when he finished off a Russell Grigorian rebound. Grigorian had dribbled passed two defenders before firing a shot on goal. H-W had solid defensive efforts from junior Nick Loeper and senior captain Nick Fusco.
Brimmer & May 3, Waring 0: Cam MacInnen, Teddy Lyman, Matt Lyman and Nick Wigglesworth had strong games for Waring (3-1-1).
Beaver Country Day 3, Pingree 0: The Highlanders (1-2-3) played an excellent team game but couldn’t upset one of it’s toughest opponents.
Bishop Fenwick 2, Arlington Catholic 1: Kyle Russell and Rishad DeSilva were the Fenwick (2-6-3) goal scorers. DeSilva tallied the game winner with three minutes left after he was taken down inside the box, he blasted the penalty kick top corner to give the Crusaders the win.
Masconomet 4, Lynnfield 0: Adam Grammer, Edison Forbes, Luke Schell and Demetri Decoulos recorded the markers for the undefeated Chieftains (7-0-2). Mike Ennis had two assists, while Chip Sherman worked hard distributing the ball.
St. John’s Prep 4, Malden Catholic: The Eagles (8-1) continue their unbeaten conference play with help from senior Nate Schmidt who had two goals in the win. Tommy Buonopane and Anthony Vigliotta (first of the year) rounded out the scoring for the Prep. Keeper Ben Alpern turned away three shots for his seventh shutout of the season.
Pingree 4, LTA 0: Pingree (5-3) had two goals from Allie Sardo and one each from Maura Grady and Eliza Mead. Peyton Beatrice added two assists and Josie Wexler finished with a helper for the Highlanders.
Swampscott 2, Malden 2: Tori Thistle and Alexis Steriti had the Swampscott (7-1-1) markers with Lisa Vu tallying an assist.