Ipswich 58, Manchester Essex 44: Masey Zegarowski finished with 17 points, six assists, six steals and eight rebounds as the Tigers move to 6-0 overall. Senior captain Julia Davis recorded her sixth consecutive double-double with 12 rebounds and 12 points, while sophomore Caroline Soucy added 16 points. Brigid O’Flynn (two points) contributed with eight rebounds and seven assists.
Masconomet 74, Triton 25: The Chieftains (5-2) bounced back from the loss to Ipswich with great ball movement, getting 18 assists on their 30 baskets. Meghan Collins led a balanced attack with 10 points, Nicole Femino scored nine and Hannah Kiernan scored eight and all 13 Masco players scored at least one basket.
Lynn Englsih 61, Peabody 36: The Tanners (4-1) were handed their first loss of the season as leading scorer Carolyn Scacchi was held to three points. Amanda Matthews and Courtney Bua led Peabody with eight points each.
Beverly 51, Revere 38: Freshman Melissa Lubas and senior Andrea Zelano each had 15 points as the Panthers won their first game of the season to move to 1-6. Junior MaryCate Flaherty added six points and 10 rebounds, while Bridget Keaton finished with six points and six rebounds.
Winthrop 51, Danvers 46: Freshman guard Hannah Llewellyn finished with 12 points for the Falcons (3-3), her highest scoring game of the season. Senior captain Kasey Sherry led all scorers with 21 points, including four three-pointers. Danvers started off slow and despite a strong second half, couldn’t overcome the deficit.
Lynn Classical 37, Salem 36: The Witches lost a close one on the road, as they were down by as many as 11 late in the second half. Rachael Zipper held things down offensively for Salem, with 13 points, while Jaclyn Panneton and Taylor Scott each contributed with eight points.
Notre Dame Academy 53, North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie 17: The Bulldogs fell on the road in Tyngsboro. Sophomore Katlyn Gurin scored six points for North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie.
Gloucester 46, Marblehead 38: The Magicians (2-3) had an off-shooting night and couldn’t overcome scoring just one point in the first quarter. McKenna Barrett had seven points and ten rebounds for Marblehead while Mia Bongiorno was her team’s high-scorer with 11 points.