Bishop Fenwick 60, Archbishop Williams 41: Senior Fran Hannon dropped in a team-high 13 points to go along with his seven rebounds as the Crusaders won their opening contest of the season. Joe Bucchieri finished with 11 points and dished out five assists, while Matt Costello added 10 points.
Greater Lawrence 54, North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 43: Elijah Alfred scored 12 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for NST/EA (0-1) while Trace Schaejbe also scored 12 points.
Triton 49, Ipswich 42: The Tigers held Triton scoreless in the third quarter to go into the fourth tied, 33-33, but the Vikings won it down the stretch. Erik Fyrer scored 15 points to lead Ipswich while Nate Glaster and Kyle Blomster scored seven each. Coach Alan Laroche praised Ipswich’s team zone defense and rotation.
Malden Catholic 61, Masconomet 50: Sophomore guard Jake Rudolph dropped in 19 points for the Chieftains, but it wasn’t enough as they fell in their opener.
Greater Lawrence 44, North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 27: Senior Julie DeGenova (eight points) and junior Christa Leger (seven points) led the offensive attack but NST/EA (0-1) dropped its season opener.
Methuen 72, Beverly 40: The Panthers (0-1) trailed by five at halftime and were done in by a half-dozen 3-pointers and their inability to grab rebounds. Andrea Zelano led Beverly with 11 points and sisters Hannah (10) and Kate Silvestri (6) also contributed.
No. Reading 101, Ipswich 79: The Tigers fell on Monday night, though they did take the top two spots in diving with winning Amelia Young and runner-up Tessa Amoroso. Earning second place finishes for the Tigers were Jackie Bouvier (200 free, 2:10.66), Shane Neilson (200 IM, 2:39.22), Justin Bergner (50 free, 29.0) and Austin Rubino (100 free, 1:02).
Marblehead 112 Landmark 73: The Magicians (1-0) began the season with a non-league meet and had a pair of relay teams win as Sophie Zmetrovich, Sara Daher, Kylie Cronin and Tyler Phillips captured the 200 medley relay while Jake Driscoll, Robert Connors, Tyler Foley and Andre Schneider won the 400 freestyle relay. Zach Michaels was a double-winner taking the 100 freestyle (57.30) and the 100 breast (1:21.84). Other winners were Phillips in the diving (225), Harrison Rodts in the 200 freestyle (1:59.78), Daher in the 200 IM (2:23.28), Cronin in the 500 freestyle (6:02.8) and Zmetrovich in the 100 backstroke (1:11.11).