Ipswich 101, Amesbury 68: Junior Aidan O’Flynn finished with 21 points to send the Tigers (3-8) to a home victory. Seniors Lucas Kubaska and Bobby Grady, as well as junior Rowan Silva, contributed 18 points each in the Ipswich win. 

Masconomet 144, Newburyport 121: Hadyn Kornusky finished as the Chieftains’ high scorer, securing 30 points, while Chris O’Grady (28 points) and Tucker Leary (27 points) also played well on the day.

Gloucester 42, Marblehead 30: Drake Wyman (6-3) and Noah Kaplowitch (5 1/2 to 3 1/2) won their matches for the Magicians (5-5). Captains Ben Weed (who fired a 39 at Bass Rocks) and Gavin Lundgren halved their matches as well.

Beverly 41, Swampscott 31: Aidan Graciale (6-3) Nate Shern (5-4, shooting a team low 39) and Will Roddy (5-4) were the winners for Swampscott (now 7-3).

Lynn Classical 46, Salem 26: Ethan Doyle was the lone winner for Salem (7-6), taking his match 5 1/2 - 3 1/2. Bobby Jellison and Jon Wasserman both finished with ties in their individual matchups for the Witches.

St. John’s Prep 222, Lincoln Sudbury 239: Alex Landry finished one-under-par for the Prep (13-0), shooting a 34 in the victory. Also playing well was a trio of Eagles golfers, Conor O’Holleran, Aidan Leblanc and Emmet Phelan, who shot 37s on the day.


Essex Tech 3, Chelsea 0: Juniors Julia Ahern, Ariana Magee and Emily Marshall all turned in outstanding performances as the Hawks improved to 8-3 after their 25-9, 25-12, 25-11 triumph.



Salem Academy 3, Prospect Hill 1: Michael Santana and Xavier Bonsenor both netted one goal a piece in a strong first half for Salem Academy (7-2-2), before Jabar Maiyaki sealed the game in the second half with a goal of his own.


Essex Tech 2, Greater Lowell Tech 1: Jackie Nazzaro and Breanna White lead Essex Tech’s defense in a close victory over Greater Lowell, surrendering just one goal in the contest. Scoring the goals for Hawks were Emily Enes, who was assisted by Nazzaro, and Meredith Zorzy, with Hope McCarthy on the assist.



Swampscott 2, Peabody 0: Freshman Brooke Waters and Natalie Dominiconi had the goals while Olivia Passalacqua and Isabelle Modica earned assists to power the Big Blue. Jordan Waters and Lilli D’Agostino also had strong games for the victors.


Johnson & Wales 3, Endicott 1: Zoey Gifford collected 31 assists and 12 digs, Nicole Winkler posted seven kills and five blocks, and Mackenzie Kennedy finished with 22 digs in Endicott’s loss to the No. 15 nationally ranked JWU squad. Up next for Endicott is a home match-up against Middlebury on Saturday at 11:00 AM.


Salem State 9, Curry 0: The Vikings easily won the six matches that were played and claimed the other three via default in improving to 3-4 on the season. The doubles teams of Anastasia Startseva and Meredith Macdonald (8-1), as well as Alexandria Floyd and Caroline Robitalle (8-0) both triumphed; they also did so in singles as Startseva (6-4, 6-2), Robitalle (7-5, 7-5), Macdonald (6-0, 6-2) and Floyd (6-0, 6-0) each picked up straight set wins.

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