Pingree 4, Phillips Exeter 3: Katelyn Clarke’s second goal of the game came with 16 seconds to play and gave the Highlanders a dramatic win. Caroline Kagan and Addy Fenton also scored, with assists going to Alana Richardson (2) and Kendall Traveis. Fenton was strong defensively in the win, while Shannon Conte (goalie), Nina Husak, Grace Mullaney and Sophia Shuman also played well.
Marblehead 1, Swampscott 0: Annabella Tanger had a strong game in net for the shutout and Mae Colwell’s goal assisted by Bryn Burton was the only offense the Magicians needed to knock off their arch rivals. Lydia Hurley, Sammi Bendicksen, Julie Arts, Leah Veprek, Grace Orloss and Abby Robinson helped drive the defense while Emma Ferrante and Maddy Dimare played well at midfield.
Danvers 3, Revere 0: Emma Thibodeau (one goal, one assist), Sabrina Auciello (one goal), and Katherine Purcell (one goal) provided the offense for the Falcons (11-0) as Danvers remained undefeated. Ella Brinkley and Janessa Marchegiani also played well for Danvers, locking down the defensive end.
Bishop Fenwick 156, Matignon 84: The Crusaders (7-4) earned a Catholic Central League win led by Tom Estrella’s 34 points. Jake Murphy, Nick Muzi and Cade Buckley all had great rounds and added 31 each.
Salem 41.5, Somerville 30.5: The Witches improved to 8-6 thanks to match play wins from Bobby Jellison (6.5-2.5), Joe Parr (6-3), Brady Tremblay (5-4), Jayren Romero (7-2) and Jon Wasserman (7-2). Salem now has to win one of its final four matches to qualify for the tournament.
St. John’s Prep 219, Catholic Memorial 243: Senior Oliver Hermann fired a 3-under par 33 at The Meadow at Peabody, guiding the unbeaten Eagles (15-0). Alex Landry (35) and Aidan LeBlanc (36) were 1-under and even par, respectively, while Conor O’Holleran (37) and Michael Shyjan (39) also had strong outings for the winners.
Salem 4, Gloucester 3: The Witches (3-8) snared perhaps their most impressive victory of the season after scoring the game’s first three goals on the road. Luke Mark opened the scoring on an assist from Endi Doku before Mario Lopez found the back of the net on an assist from Skyler Clawson to give Salem a 2-0 halftime lead. Doku added another goal before Gloucester finally got on the board, and it was Mark’s second goal of the game with about six to play that proved to be the difference. Doku once again assisted on the game-winner while Lopez added an assist and freshman Jake Fritz made some great saves in net to preserve the lead.
Bishop Fenwick 5, St. Mary’s 1: Sean Kern had two goals and assisted on two others as the Crusaders (7-3) swept their arch rivals from Lynn. Andrew Perry and Aidan Dwyer also scored and Cormac Hinchey had a goal with one assist. Ryan Morganstern had an assist and Jameson Martinez had an excellent game at midfield.
Swampscott 3, Winthrop 0: A pair of goals from Fernando Barranco plus one from Thomas Poska allowed the Big Blue to prevail. Mason Bergeron made five saves to earn the clean sheet while Vincent Palmer, Alex Greenfield and Malik Khatib garnered assists on the goals.
Peabody 7, Saugus 0: Kyle Joyce and Edward Santos scored two goals apiece for the Tanners (8-3) in their big win over Saugus. Rounding out the scoring for Peboday was Danny Norman, Johnny Dalleva, and Cairo Dalifour.
St. John’s Prep 4, Everett 2: Zach Vlachos scored a pair of goals while Garrison Jorge also scored to help the Eagles (9-1-1) get back on track. Junior defender Seamus O’Connor added a goal of his own, his first career marker, while Gabe Najim chipped in with an assist. At midfield, Jack Hausler and Owen Siewert each had strong games.
Danvers 3, Bishop Fenwick 0: The Falcons (13-0) made it a lucky 13th straight victory with a 25-10, 25-18, 25-19 sweep of a quality opponent. Senior Jianna Durand had four kills and four aces, junior Cassidy Malley had 14 digs and junior Carly Goodhue added 11 kills with five aces.
Marblehead 3, Salem 0: Arianna Michaud had a tremendous serving game with nine aces to lead the Magicians (9-4) to a 25-13, 25-6, 25-8 truumph. Anna Schluter added three kills and Abby Schwartz delivered eight aces of her own.
Masconomet 3, North Reading 0: Rehanna Murray handed out 24 assists and the Chieftains (11-3) won 25-14, 25-16, 25-13. Paige Richardson had a team-high eight kills, Sarah Buckley dug out six offerings, Stefanie Reineke was strong at the net with three blocks and Emme Reppas served four aces with 16 service points.
Pingree 3, Beaver Country Day 2: Senior setter Maddy Mandalinci handed out 20 assists to help the Highlanders improve to 4-1. Senior middle Abbey Skinner had 10 kills and three blocks and senior libero Callie MacLaughlin had a big defensive game with 25 digs.
Hamilton-Wenham 3, Pentucket 0: Senior Sophia Szady had a tremendous all-around game as the Generals evened their record at 6-6 by way of a 25-18, 25-16, 25-10 decision. Charlene Fibbe, a junior setter, also played well for H-W.
Essex Tech 3, PMA 0: The Hawks (10-3) officially punched their ticket to the state tournament with Ariana Magee having a great game in terms of serving and Julie Ahern doing a great job at the net for the offense.
Salem 2, Gloucester 1: Maddie White scored both of the Witches’ goals on assists from Stella Rowley and Stephanie Cantone. Angelica Rego was strong at midfield along with Isabella Cunha.
Swamspcott 6, Winthrop 0: Junior captain K.K. Kearney’s hat trick powered the Big Blue (8-3) while Emme Laundry added a pair of scores and Laine Foutes potted one. Keeper Lillian Gosselin picked up the shutout in net.
Peabody 2, Saugus 1: McKayla Fisher had a hand in both goals, scoring one and assisting on Chiara Campbell’s marker as the Tanners (7-4) extended their recent win streak. Collen Crotty, Maddy Scacchi, Emma Darling and Meghan Billingsley had strong defensive outings for the winners.
Covenant Christian 8, Chapel Hill Chauncey Hall 0: Rachel Nelson had a pair of goals and Hannah Saulnier, Rilee Smith, Hannah Yen, Emerald Bell, Ava Anastasi and Abby Chewning also scored to pace CCA (5-3-1). Fullbacks Jenna Sabatino and Cora Kenis had great outings and Anna Thomas and Caelen Breuer shined at midfield.
Pingree 2, Phillips Exeter 1: Sophomore Erika Zenga of Salem had a goal and an assist to keep the Highlanders (9-0-1) unbeaten. Captain Tess O’Connell scored the game-winning goal, while freshman Tori Farrell and captain Sarah Ager both had great games for Pingree.
Triton 4, Essex Tech 1: The Hawks (7-3) fell in the non-league battle with their goal coming from Emma Bedard with an assist from Emily Enes.
Danvers 8, Lynn Classical 0: The Falcons (11-1) made it ten in a row with excellent play from Julia Ryan in all three zones and Reese Pszenny as well as freshman Mikayla Shaffaval.