Peabody 34, Medford 18: Junior Kyle Maglione ran for two touchdowns, including a 47-yarder, and caused a safety with a sack in the end zone to help the Tanners (3-6) snap a five-game losing streak. Cam Cuzzi also scored the first two varsity TDs of his career on runs of 41- and 6-yards and senior Joe Casey added a two yard TD.

Watertown 21, Hamilton-Wenham 14: Senior Ian Coffey threw touchdown passes of 40- and 17-yards to Ryan Monahan but the Raiders got the only score of the fourth quarter to snatch victory from the Gens, who fell to 3-6.

Ipswich 36, Whittier 22: David Lonergan had the best game of his young career with three touchdowns while Cole Terry also scored and QB Cam James hooked up with Justin Bruhm for the go-ahead points early on. The Tigers, now 4-5, will learn their next opponent on Sunday morning.



Pingree 4, Newton Country Day 0: The undefeated Highlanders advanced to Saturday’s EIL championship against Winsor with a semifinal shutout. Erika Zenga had a goal and two assists, Jess Tonthat had a goal and an assist and Isabella Molloy and Rachel Tucker also scored. Keepers Erin Baressi and Sydney Raess shared the shutout.



Worcester State 3, Salem State 2 (OT): Tyler Capozzi’s goal tied the game in regulation but the Lancers got the golden goal at the 95 minute mark to knock the Vikings out of the MASCAC playoffs. Katie Brown had Salem’s other goal and keeper Rebecca Sabino of Peabody made three saves.



Salem State 4, Bridgewater State 3 (PK): The Vikings (11-4-3) prevailed in the shootout to advance in the MASCAC playoffs. Peabody native Lucas Amaral saved the season with the equalizing goal in the 70th minute while Grace dos Santos and Nicholas Ramos also scored. The Vikings won the shootout 5-4 after two scoreless overtimes.



Castleton 4, Salem State 3: Goals by Rose Sullivan and Ally Webster gave Salem State (0-2) an early two goal lead but Castleton scored four unanswered to cruise to victory. Vanessa VanBuskirk added a goal and an assist for Salem and freshman goalie Dana Smullen made 19 stops.

Endicott 4, Nichols 1: Ashlie Jones, Kellie Popkin, Jade Meiri and Kat Keith had the goals and the Gulls got 27 saves from Alyssa Peterson to remain unbeaten (2-0) on the young season.



Endicott 2, Curry 1: Luke Rodgers netted the game-winner at 4:55 of the third period and the Gulls knocked off the No. 14 ranked team in the country. James Winkler had the other goal for Endicott and Conor O’Brien stopped 28-of-29 shots in the cage.

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