Bishop Fenwick 1, Saugus 0 (2 OT): Isabella DelVecchio scored the game’s lone goal in the second overtime period to send the Crusaders (12-5-2) to the Division 3 North quarterfinals with a dramatic win. Fenwick will now travel to top-seeded Stoneham on Thursday at 5 p.m. for a chance to advance to the sectional semis. 

Swampscott 4, Boston Latin Academy 0: The Big Blue (11-6-2) rolled in their Division 4 North tourney opener and will head to No. 5 seed Northeast Regional on Thursday for a chance to move on to the sectional semis. 

Austin Prep 1, Hamilton-Wenham 0: After topping Bedford on penalty kicks on Sunday, the Generals (8-6-5) saw their season come to an end in the Division 4 North first round. 



Essex Tech 2, Lowell Catholic 1: The Hawks (13-3-3) moved on in Division 4 North action and will host No. 11 seed Austin Prep on Thursday at 6 p.m. in the sectional quarterfinals. 



Pingree 3, Governor’s Academy 2: The Highlanders (10-5) snared their most impressive win of the season with a 21-25, 25-18, 25-22, 22-25, 15-10 triumph. Senior middle blocker Abbey Skinner led the charge with 10 kills, four blocks and six aces; junior outside hitter Katherine Silacci had 18 service points with four aces; senior outside hitter Liv Burr had 11 kills and senior setter Maddy Mandalinci had 18 assists in the win. 



Endicott 3, Wentworth 1: The Gulls (12-5-2) advanced to the CCC Championship game with the win and will travel to Salve Regina on Saturday. Evan Couchot scored twice in Tuesday’s win, one coming on an assist from Jon Breed, while Alex Vuksta also scored on assists from Arian Pilja and Gabriel Chaves. 



Wenworth 3, Gordon 0: The Scots (14-13) saw their season come to a close in the conference tournament, falling 25-15, 25-23, 25-16. Amanda Synder had 11 kills while Ashlyn Gergins had 20 assists and Jenny Curtiss had 15 digs in the setback. 

Bridgewater State 3, Salem State 0: The Vikings (2-19) were swept out of the Conference tournament with a 25-14, 26-24, 25-24 setback on the road. Sarah Janco had seven kills in the setback while Emily Hennessy had 14 digs. 



Saint Anselm 11, Salem State 0: The Vikings (0-1) had a rough start to the 2019-20 season, managing just six shots on goal against a strong Hawks team.

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