St. John’s Prep 2, Central Catholic 0: Goalkeepers Eoghan Daly, a junior, and John Godwin, a senior, each played a half and shared six saves between them to lead St. John’s Prep (3-0-1) to its third victory of the season. A pair of seniors provided the offense for the Eagles as Garrison Jorde and Gabe Najim each scored a tally.

Masconomet 4, Amesbury 0: Masco (3-2-2) rolled over Amesbury to the tune of a 4-0 victory behind the strong play of Jason Stutz. Stutz had two goals and an assist on the day for the Chieftains while Spencer Butterworth and Dom Gecoya tallied the other two goals. Also playing well throughout the shutout win were Masco’s Peter Swenson, Peyton Ralph and Camilo Oidor. 

North Reading 3, Ipswich 0: The Tigers (0-5) continue to progress early on in the season but have yet to get over the hump. Jake Scruton had a strong overall game in the setback, as did Spencer Johnson at center back and John Werner at striker. The Tigers will look to get in the win column on Wednesday against Amesbury.  

Bishop Fenwick 2, Archbishop Williams 1: Bishop Fenwick (2-1) climbed above .500 with a win against Archbishop Williams. It was a group effort for the Crusaders as Sean Kern and Liam Clichton both tallied goals on the day while assists came from Andrew Perry, Ryan Noci and Kieron Murray. The outstanding player of the match for Fenwick was Cormack Hinchey who dominated play in the midfield, playing both midfielder and attack in the match.

St Mary’s of Lynn 1, Cardinal Spellman 0: St. Mary’s (1-3) got their first victory of the season on the back of senior Matt Gallego’s first career shutout in net. Supplying the offense for the Spartans was Kevin Perez, who tallied the lone goal, while Ryan Faraher collected the assist. 


Amesbury 1, Masconomet 0: The Chieftains (4-1) tasted regular season defeat for the first time in 41 games going back to Oct. 2, 2016, after the Indians scored on a rebound early in the second half. Freshman Kylie DuMont had her best game of the year so far for the Chieftains.

Bishop Fenwick 1, Archbishop Williams 0: Ella Morgan scored an unassisted goal in the first half on a blast from outside the 18 to help the Crusaders (2-1) to victory. 

Pingree 1, Phillips Andover 1: Freshman Maddy Landers netted the tying goal with an assist from Jess Tonthat to help the Highlanders (2-0-1) earn a draw against a powerful Phillips squad. Pingree got superb performances from the entire back line but in particular Swampscott native Dana DePiero was outstanding.

Pingree 5, Brooks 0: Jess Tonthat had a goal and two assists and Dana DePiero had a goal plus an assist to power the Highlanders win on Saturday. Other goals were scored by Lexi Garcia, Sarah Ager and Rachel Tucker while keeper Erin Baresi made four saves.

North Reading 5, Ipswich 1: The Tigers played well with Kyleigh Cranston and Dana Falardeau splitting time in net after the regular starter was felled with an injury. Center back Cam Knowlton also had a stellar game.

Lynnfield 1, Hamilton-Wenham 0: For the third straight game, the Generals (1-2-2) had the game decided by an ill-timed penalty kick with Lynnfield converting their opportunity to score the only goal of the match.


Ipswich 3, Pentucket 0: Kyleigh Larson had five aces to help the Tigers complete a 25-6, 25-16, 25-8 sweep. Meghan Wallace also had a strong serving effort, Anna Mossler played well at the net and Lou Roesler set up the attack with smooth passing.

Hamilton-Wenham 3, North Reading 0: Emma Day paced the balanced offense by earning 15 assists while also missing no serves in 20 changes in the 25-24, 27-25, 25-16 victory. Rachel Lee had two blocks and four kills for H-W (4-1) while Gewnith Fitzpatrick and Mia Flynn came up with four kills each.

Lynnfield 3, Masconomet 0: The Chieftains (4-2) saw their four game win streak snapped, 27-25, 25-16, 25-21. Paige Richardson had 12 kills, Rheanna Murray chipped in 21 assists and Sarah Buckley had 15 digs. Robyn Seymour serves well with a pair of aces and 18 points.


Marblehead 3, Saugus 0: Goals from Bryn Burton, Jette Arts and Julie Arts sent the Magicians to a solid NEC victory. Callie O’Neill and Mae Colwell earned assists on the tallies while Teagan Sherwood, Haven Linehan and Leah Veprek played well defensively. Up front, Jane O’Neill, Tess Keaney and Robin Arts were strong with Cannon Whittier and Ellie Gransbury played well in the middle.

Glocuester 2, Swampscott 1: The Fisherman shaded the Big Blue behind two Mia Salah tallies.


Danvers 41 1/2, Swampscott 30 1/2: Freshman Jake Semons won his last four holes to finish 2-up in his match from the No. 8 slot and help the Falcons (6-2) to victory. Other winners for Danvers included Mike Papamechail, Christian Harvey, Trevor McNeill, Tom Purcell and John Curran.For the Big Blue (2-2), Aidan Graciale won his bout 5-4 and Lou Spellios had a 4 1/2-all tie.

Bishop Fenwick 175, Archbishop Williams 163: Jake Murphy turned in a 34-point performance while Nick Muzi chipped in with 30 to help the Crusaders move to 3-1 on the season. Tom Estella was also strong in the win with 28 points. 

Marblehead 45, Peabody 27: The Magicians improved to 2-2 with Ben Weed and Gavin Lundgren each shooting a 39 to share medalist honors. Matt Thompson (seven points), Noah Kaplowitch (eight points), Drake Wyman (eight points) and Matt Weed (5 1/2) also had good rounds.For the Tanners, Brendan Mills (5.5-3.5), Avery Swanson (5.5-3.5) and Tommy Lanes (5-4) all picked up solid wins in the home setback. 


Endicott 4, Holy Cross 3: Gretta Hartman’s 6-0, 3-6, 10-6 victory clinched the match for the Gulls. Cara McCormack and Justine Hoover won a doubles match with McCormack winning at singles and Olivia Berler also picking up two wins with a straight set singles win and a double point along with Ashley Keaveney.

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