GIRLS SOCCER

Swampscott 5, Northeast 0: The Big Blue (12-6-2) advanced to the Division 3 North semifinals thanks to five different goal scorers: KK Kearney, Grace Hudson, Emme Laundry, Thea Spellios and Laine Foutes. Foutes, Kearney and Anna Nazarenko added assists, while freshman Lilian Gosselin made three saves to secure the shutout. Swampscott will face top-seeded Stoneham at Manning Field on Tuesday (5 p.m.) for a spot in the sectional finals. 

Stoneham 2, Bishop Fenwick 0: The Crusaders (12-6-2) saw their season come to a close in the Division 3 North quarterfinals.

BOYS SOCCER 

Manchester Essex 3, Bishop Fenwick 1: Senior captain Sean Kern scored 11 minutes into action to give his team an early edge, but the Crusaders surrendered three unanswered goals in the second half en route to the Division 4 North quarterfinal setback. 

“We knew they were a tough team to play against, they posses the ball so well,” Bishop Fenwick head coach Tony Enos said. “Defensively we had to keep it structured and we did that, especially in the first half. That goal gave us momentum and we played well after that.”

Rockport 4, Salem Academy 0: The top-seeded Navigators were shut out in their Division 4 North quarterfinal matchup at Bertram Field. 

Essex Tech 1, Austin Prep (2 OT): Eddie Nazzaro netted the game winner in the second overtime to send the Hawks (14-3-3) to the Division 4 North semifinals. Essex Tech will play Manchester Essex on Monday (3 p.m.) in Winthrop for a chance to advance to the sectional championship.

COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY 

Endicott 4, Roger Williams 0: The Gulls (17-4) advanced to the Commonwealth Coast Conference title game behind two goals apiece from Addi Williams and Kristen McCarthy. Jaylin Grabau tallied the lone assist while goalie Taylor Farrin stopped four shots for the clean slate.

WOMEN’S COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL 

Endicott 3, Salve Regina 0: The Gulls (22-7) rolled into the Commonwealth Coast Conference championship with a 25-9, 25-21, 25-10 sweep. Amanda Gilbert and Nicole Winkler each had 10 kills in the win, while Mackenzie Kennedy had 18 digs. As a unit, Endicott hit .462, a program high in a set in a CCC semifinal match.

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