Danvers 46, Marblehead 40: Marblehead dropped to 0-3 but did have some first place finishes. AJ Ernst won the mile (5:00), Ian McIver topped the 600 (1:33.9), Josh Beloff captured the 300 (39.9) and the 4x400 relay team of McIverr, Ernst, John Howard and Conrad Rousseau (3:58.00) also took first. Danvers got wins from Joe Manson (shot), Drew Piazza (1000) and James Bailey (2-mile) in the meet victory.
Peabody 64, Lynn English 12: The unbeaten Tanners (3-0) took care of business with double-winner Justin Butler taking both the high jump and the hurdles. Also winning were Marcus Viera (shot), Chris Cenami (dash), sophomore Riley Dowd (1000, 2:34), Cody Picardy (mile) and Mikel Godo earned the first win of his high school career.
Peabody 71, Lynn English 10: The Tanners (1-2) won all but one event and swept six to cruise. Among the event winners were Pam Zabala (shot, 35-11), Sabrina D’Angelo (hurdles), Hayley Dowd (dash), Heather MacLean (300), Joanne Frangias (600), Catarina Rocha (1000), Sydney May (mile) and Shantel Silva (2-mile).
Marblehead 59, Danvers 27: Janaya Randall took the 2-mile to help the Magicians move to 2-1 on the season. Also winning events for the Magicians were Lily Cummings (high jump), Olivia Vener (hurdles), Carlyn McGrath (300), Kathleen Huber (600) and Anna Barrell (mile).
Danvers (2-1) got first place efforts from Catalina Dominick (1000), Xanthi Pantezelos (hurdles) and Meghan Kellard (shot).
Colby 3, Salem State 2: The Vikings (5-4-1) netted a pair of third period goals but couldn’t overcome an 0-for-5 day on the power-play. Kyle Phelan recorded the first SSU goal on assists from Andrew Bucci and Eric Defelice while Cam Moniz scored the second goal on assists from Stephen McManus and Kristofer Faric. The loss snapped a three-game winning streak.
MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Salem State 102, Endicott 79: The Vikings (8-4) and Tavone Wynder were red hot from behind the arc, with Wynder hitting eight trifectas and totaled 26 points in the home rout of the rival Gulls (6-3) in a North Shore Cup matchup. Nate Simpson had 16 and Bryan Ortiz and Andrew White each had 13 for Salem State, which had 58 points in the first half. Bennett Knowlton and John Henault led the Gulls with 15 each.