Ipswich 12, North Andover 10 (OT): Seniors Brigid O’Flynn and Sophie Clark scored in overtime to help the Tigers (11-4-1) wrap up the regular season with a victory. The Scarlet Knights led in regulation but the Tigers scored with under two minutes left to tie it up and force overtime. Senior Natalie Soliozy scored three goals and added two assists, O’Flynn had three tallies and one assist and Clark also totaled three goals.“It’s a great effort. North Andover is Division 1 and this win definitely gives us some momentum going into the tournament,” said Ipswich coach Nicole Linehan. “We know that we can keep fighting in a game and come back.”Sophomore goalie Eliza Statile made 12 saves for Ipswich and Lauren Barney played great on defense. Austin Prep 18, Swampscott 8: Seniors Gillian Trask (four goals), Cathryn Singley (two goals) and Alexa Goldman (one) all scored in their last game at Blocksidge Field. Priscilla Sullivan also scored, Mackenzie Robertson grabbed six draw controls and goalie Katie Papele made 13 saves.
Marblehead 18, Georgetown 8: Kiley Fischer scored four goals and Tyler Phillips and Cassie Rodgers had three each as the Magicians improved to 15-2-1. Emily Freedland chipped in two goals, Pam Gregory had two goals and two assists and Meggie Collins added a goal with five assists and seven ground balls. Sydney Cayen and Adrienne Ciccone also scored and Allie Forman stopped 11 shots in net.
Hamilton-wenham 20, No. Reading 11: Emily Gaucher scored six goals and added two assists, Nicole Foringer had five goals and Phoebe Shaw scored four times as the Generals improved to 13-4 in their penultimate regular season game. Catherine Ecker and Taylor Ward each had a goal and an assist and Annie Whelan, Maggie Burns and Catherine Martin all had one goal and Morgan Kimball made 13 saves.
Masconomet 14, Reading 12: Rachel Rogal (three assists) and Kathryn Ripp each scored three goals to lead the way for the Chieftains (14-5). Goalie Lili Miller made 10 saves, including some big ones late to pick up the win, while Becky Stone stood out on defense.