Masconomet 2, Everett 0: Senior captains Alex Jones finished with 23 saves for her third shutout of the season as the Chieftains improved to 9-3-1. Senior Kendra Dow and sophomore Jensena Moner had goals in the second and third period, respectively, with assists going to Katie Terban, Meghan Hubbard and Dana Valletti.
Gardner 5, Marblehead 2: Hadley Woodfin netted both goals for the Lady Headers, but dropped a tough one at home. Rachel McKay, Brittany Smith, Abby Dimare and Halle McKay assisted on the goals, while goalies Aly Hopkins and Sabrina Doughman combined for 20 saves in net.
Pingree 49, Dana Hall 31: Junior guard Haley Sabino led the way for the Highlanders (10-6) with 12 points. Alex Kruck and Katlyn Oliver added 10 a piece as Pingree pulled down 14 offensive rebounds and 24 defensive rebounds as a team.
Piazza qualifies for states: Danvers’ Drew Piazza competed for a final chance to qualifiy for the states. In the process, Piazza recorded a new school record in the 600 (1:24.46), which was previously held by Colin Lynch from 2006. Piazza has already qualified in the 1000 and can no add the 600 to his list.
Western New England 62, Endicott 52: The Gulls went cold in the second half, allowing Western New England to go on a game-changing 13-3 run. Junior Jen White had 15 points to lead Endicott (12-9 overall, 8-6 Commonwealth Coast Conference). Sophomore Kayleen Whall chipped in with 11 points and five rebounds, and senior guard Jen McBrien recorded eight assists.
Gordon 44, Eastern Nazarene 43: The Fighting Scots picked up their first CCC win (3-18 overall, 1-13) with a narrow victory over Eastern Nazarene. Lauren Kranyak scored 19 points, pulled down nine rebounds, and came up with three steals in the win, while Brooke Kratche had a double-double with 15 points and 10 boards.
Endicott 70, Western New England 64: John Henault dropped 20 points and Lance Greene filled the stat sheet with 13 points, five rebounds, four assists and four steals as the Gulls improved to 9-12 (4-10 CCC). Matt Kneece came off the bench to score 13 points and grab six rebounds, and Lachlan McGee added 12 points for the Gulls.