Salem 3, Swampscott 2: The Witches snared a close conference win behind a pair of goals from Endi Doku. Mario Lopez added his first goal of the season, while Skyler Clawson and Eli Ferreira added assists.
For Swampscott, Vincent Palmer and Fernando Barranco had the goals with Kyle Fitzgerald and Thomas Poska notching assists.
Peabody 8, Winthrop 0: The Tanners (6-3) rolled behind a pair of goals from Eric Santos and a goal and two assist from Ben Kemp. Ben Kyanga, Kyle Joyce, Victor Maciel, Enco Gjorga and Chris Fozollo also scored, while keeper Will Machado and Brian Panzini added assists.
Lynnfield 4, Ipswich 0: The Tigers got some great saves from Sam Pinsky in net, but it wasn’t enough in the CAL setback.
Manchester Essex 3, Masconomet 2: The Chieftains (now 7-4-2) went up 1-0 and then 2-1 before surrendering the game’s final two goals in a competitive CAL contest. Matt O’Brien scored both the Masco goals while Zack Rock made some great saves and Alex Boldi, Dom Gecoya and Will Neuenhaus turned in strong efforts in the loss.
Pentucket 2, Hamilton-Wenham 0: The Generals couldn’t get past their CAL rival on the road Friday afternoon.
Covenant Christian 3, Bradford Christian 1: Sophomore Haddon Baker had a goal of a penalty kick while senior Caio Mauro (goal, assist) and Austin Fitzgerald (goal) also contributed offensively. Junior Jordan Plosker also added an assist for Covenant (5-1-3).
Masconomet 2, Manchester Essex 1: Ali Karafotias tied things up for the Chieftains in the 45th minute before assisting on Morgan Bovardi’s goal 10 minutes later to help the Chieftains pick up the win.
Lynnfield 3, Ipswich 1: Katie Rokes scored directly off a corner kick in the first half but the Tigers weren’t able to keep a talented Lynnfield team off the board in the setback. Kyleigh Cranston and Lynn Whynott were strong in the back for Ipswich, while Eleyna Dubrow stood out on offense.
Salem Academy 4, Prospect Hill 3: Lindsey Russell netted a hat trick for the Navigators (10-1-1) while Mae Rose Charesnowski also scored in the win. Cynthia Esterlin made a pair of key saves late in action to preserve the victory.
Pingree 1, Winsor 0: Rachel Tucker scored the game’s long goal on an assist from Tess O’Connell as the Highlanders improved to 8-0-1 on the season. Tori Farrell, Savannah Gibbs and Jess Tonthat also played excellent in the win.
Hamilton-Wenahm 2, Pentucket 2: Senior forward Jordan Story sent a corner kick into the box that Klaudia Rushi was able to punch home before the latter scored on a penalty kick later in action to help the Generals (4-3-4) earn the point. Maddy Rivers, Gabi Cooper, Maddy Rostad, Libby Collins and Jackie Chapdelaine also played well in the draw.
Marblehead 0, Beverly 0: Marblehead’s Callie O’Neill, Mae Colwell, Maddie Dimare, Lydia Hurley, Sammi Bendicksen and Leah Veprek all played well to help their team snare the draw. For the Panthers (4-4-3), Jamie Dupont, Haley Anderson and Caroline Kennedy all played well in the draw.
Danvers 1, Gloucester 0: Emma Wilichoski scored the game’s long goal on an assist from Emma Thibodeau as the Falcons remained unbeaten at 10-0. Brigid Churchill was excellent in net, making six of her 13 saves in the last six minutes while Ashley Clark also played well.
Masconomet 3, Georgetown 0: The Chieftains improved to 10-3 on the season with a convincing 25-13, 25-17, 25-14 sweep. Paige Richardson (12 kills), Rheanna Murray (24 assists), Emme Reppas (6 digs), Stefanie Reineke (2 blocks) and Sarah Buckley (6 aces) all played well in the win.
Marblehead 3, Saugus 0: The Magicians (9-4) rolled to a 25-17, 25-23, 25-22 sweep behind middle blockers Anna Schluter and Lilah Thompson’s combined 13 kills. Abby Schwartz was also strong, contributing seven digs in the win.
Pingree 3, Concord Academy 1: The Highlanders grabbed a 25-10, 16-25, 25-22, 29-27 triumph behind 23 assists from Maddy Mandalinci and 12 kills and five blocks from Abbey Skinner. Jillian Falvey added nine kills while Liv Burr had eight.
Danvers 3, Lynn Classical 1: The Falcons (12-0) remained unbeaten with a 25-17, 21-25, 25-20, 25-19 triumph. Lily Eldridge stole the show with 41 assists and three aces, while Megan Murphy (12 kills) and Maddie Montanari (9 kills, 9 digs) also stood out in the win.
Hamilton-Wenham 3, Triton 0: A 25-18, 25-16, 26-10 sweep was aided by senior captain Gwenith Fitzpatrick’s five aces and 95 percent service game. Fitzpatrick also added five kills for the Generals (6-7), while sophomore outside hitter Mia Flynn had four aces, 11 kills and 12 digs.
Essex Tech 3, Bishop Fenwick 2: The Hawks (9-3) rallied for a 25-15, 13-25, 23-25, 25-19, 15-0 win behind strong play all around from Emily Blaisdell, Ariana Magee and Ana Fernandes.
Peabody 3, Winthrop 1: Isabel Bettencourt distributed 38 assists while Aaliyah Alleyne and Olivia Kiricoples combined for 26 kills to help Peabody to victory. Sarah Broughton had 20 service points and defensively Amanda Marmiani and Sophia Hollingshed combined for 48 digs.
Triton 143, Essex Tech 121: The Hawks lost a tough one to unbeaten Triton at Reedy Meadows.
MEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER
Endicott 6, Curry 0: The Gulls (6-3-1) rolled behind a hat trick from the Gulls’ all-time leading scorer, Evan Couchot. Arian Pilja added two goals while William Poreda also scored in the win.
COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY
Endicott 4, Western New England 1: The Gulls (8-4) picked up their fourth straight win thanks to goals from Sydney Poulin (2), Kristen McCarthy and Addi Williams. Taylor Farrin stopped five of the six shots she faced in net to help preserve the triumph.
WOMEN’S COLLEGE TENNIS
Springfield 6, Gordon 3: Winning for the Scots (5-5) was the doubles tandem of Emily Ontiveros/Jordyn Maddex as well as singles players Maddex and Anna Mullane.