Georgetown 3, Ipswich 2: Max Benford’s late goal assisted by Sean Whooley made it a one score contest, but the Royals held on to hand the Tigers (2-1) their first loss of 2013. Sam Benford also scored on a penalty kick for Ipswich.
Masconomet 5, triton 0: Willie Stewart made three saves to backbone the Chieftains (2-0-1) to victory. P.J. Criscione and Regan Charie scored and assisted on each other’s goals; other Masconomet scorers were Stephen Pease, captain Adam Grammer and Edison Forbes.
Bishop Fenwick 1, Arlington Catholic 0: Alex Heroian’s first half goal, assisted by Rashad DaSilva, stood up as the Crusaders (2-2) used all 20 players in the heat and got a total team effort on defense. The backline of Alex Baker, Greg Enos, Travis Maxner and Cam Mirra performed well in front of goalie Ryan Trott, who earned his second shutout.
Beverly 6, Peabody 0: Senior Allie Sheehan had a pair of goals while Grace Otterbein, Hannah Silvestri, Callie Donovan and senior captain Nicole Woods also tallied to lift the Panthers (4-1). Kate Silvestri added a pair of assists in the win while senior captain Felicity Otterbein (5 saves) earned the shutout.
Danvers 6, Salem 0: The Falcons (1-1-1) earned their first victory of the season as Anna O’Neill had a goal and an assist while contributing all over the field. Nicole Papamecheil (2 saves) registered the shutout while Raquel Leslie, Kate Leonard, Rachel Trocchi, Lizzie Prentiss and Nicole Kamens also had goals in the victory. Trocchi (coming back from mono) and Kamens also picked up assists.
Marblehead 4, Gloucester 1: Junior forward Hannah Fobart notched a pair of goals to give the Magicians the win. Senior forwards Eliza Fitzgerald and Madison Shea had single goals for Marblehead (2-1), while Charlotte Moriarty and Olivia Hazlett were stars defensively.
Bishop Fenwick 4, Swampscott 0: Senior Erinn Johnson scored a pair of goals and added one assist while senior captain Bridgette Townsend stopped six saves for the shutout to keep Fenwick unbeaten. Erin Clancy and Brianna Trodella added single goals for the Crusaders (4-0).