Ipswich 3, Hamilton-Wenham 3: Katie Rokes had a hat trick in a ten minute span in the second half as the Tigers staged a furious rally to earn a road draw with their rivals. Keeper Cayla Greenleaf had another outstanding game with 12 saves and Dana Falardeau played well at outside back.
Claire Nistl, Klaudia Rushi and Hannah Moroney had the goals for the Generals (1-0-2), who had 28 total shots.
Masconomet 5, North Reading 1: Junior Morgan Bovardi had two goals and two assists and Elena Lindonen enjoyed another multi-goal outing with two markers to power the Chieftains (3-0). Allie Vaillancourt also had a goal plus an assist while Olivia Guerriero and Alex Woodland both earned their first varsity points with helpers. Jenna DiPietro, Kylie DuMont and Natalie Nolan also played well in their varsity debuts.
Lowell Catholic 3, Salem Academy 0: Senior captain Lindsey Russell had a good showing at center mid though Salem Academy (3-1) took its first loss of the year.
Hamilton-Wenham 117, Lynn Classical 72: Senior captains Justin Tremblay and Andrew Winch each had 21 points to lead the Generals (2-2) to victory at Myopia. Sophomore Will Moroney also had a strong round with 21 points.
St. John’s Prep 225, Danvers 271: The Eagles (3-0) got strong rounds from Robbie Forti and Oliver Hermann who shot 36 each. Aidan LeBlanc added a solid 37 for the Prep while Michael Papemichail carded a 38 for the Falcons.
Beverly 50, Marblehead 22: Cam Cook shot a 38 and won his bout 8-1 to help the Panthers improve to 3-0 on the young season. Amy McCaffrey shot a 39 for the Panthers while Tyler Serino shot 42 and also won his match. Marblehead was led by Ben Weed, who won his match 5 1/2 to 3 1/2.
Masconomet 161, Georgetown 107: Hadyn Korusky earned medalist honors with 34 points while captains Hunter DeGeorge (30 points) and Luigi Nuzzolo (29 points) also turned in strong performances as the Cheiftains (3-0) rolled at Turner Hill.
Essex Tech 132, Nashoba 46: The Hawks secured the opening match win behind 30 points from Zach Seymour and 22 a piece from Mike Evangelista and Pat Chasse.
Swampscott 3, Peabody 0: Natalie Dominiconi, Scarlett Cicooti and Jordan Waters all scored goals to help the Big Blue climb over .500 at 2-1. Cicooti added an assist while other helpers went to Isaballa Monica, Sydney Marshall and Maddy O’Brien.
Marblehead 1, Beverly 0: Bryn Burton scored the game’s only goal and Jane O’Neil set it up with an assist to help the Magicians score a big early season Northeastern Conference win. Sammi Bendicksen, Julie Arts, Lydia Hurley, Leah Veprek and Grace Orloff provided great defense in the shutout victory while Maddy Dimare, Emma Ferrante and Ellie Gransbury stood out at midfield.For Beverly (2-1), forward Hailey Anderson had a strong game and Tori Shea and Viana Kotchian also played well.
Bishop Fenwick 8, Bishop Feehan 0: Grace Morey had a hat trick plus an assist and Cailyn Wesley continued her red hot start to the season with six points on two goals and four assists as the unbeaten Crusaders (3-0) cruised on the road. Cat Clancy added a pair of scored, Arianna Costello scored once and Kailey Silva garnered an assist.
North Reading 1, Masconomet 0: The Chieftains (1-2-1) allowed only one shot on goal but it found its way home and the Hornets clamped down to grab the victory. Senior Bryson Barraclough had a good game in a new position for Masco while junior Carmine DiPietrantonio and senior Jason Stutz also played well.
Salem Academy 3, Lowell Catholic 2: Freshman Marvin Young netted the game-winning goal in the second half to power the Navigators (2-1-1). Michael Santana and Xavier Bonosor had the other goals for Salem Academy.
Beverly 5, Swampscott 1: Late Monday, senior captain Joel Platt factored in all five goals with four scores and an assist. Danny Buzi, another captain, scored the other goal with one helper and Chris Rosetti (captain), Nick Braganca and Kaj Avola had other assists. Swampscott’s tally came from Fernando Barranco.
Hamilton-Wenham 4, Ipswich 0: The Generals got scores from Will Warenburg, Jack Tilzey, Ronan Connors and Conor Evers with the latter two coming on lengthy blasts in a convincing win. Connors and Theo Miller picked up assists while Carter Coffey, Lenny Dolan, James Horgan and keeper Alistair Ong stood out.
Masconomet 3, North Reading 0: Paige Richardson had an outstanding match with eight service aces, nine digs and nine kills as the Chieftains (4-1) won their fourth straight with a 25-14, 25-16, 25-17 sweep. Rheanna Murray added 21 assists and Stefanie Reineke had 14 serving points.
Hamilton-Wenham 3, Pentucket 0: Newcomers Kristina Montoya and Grace Roebucks had solid matches at outside hitter to help the Generals (2-1) record a 25-12, 25-4, 25-9 triumph. Freshman Amber Scanlon also had another 100 percent serving game and hasn’t missed a serve yet this season.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Danvers 15, Lynn English 50: Race-winner T.J. Glowik cleared the Lynn Woods course in 19:11 to help the Falcons get their first win of the year. Kevin Rogers came in second followed by Brendan Macdonald and Luke Llewelyn and Harrison Kee wound up sixth.
Navigators shine: Though they were third in a tri-meet with Parker and Monte Tech, Salem Academy got standout performances from Azriel Taguim (18:40 over 2.8 miles) and Sam Wemmer (18:48).
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Danvers 15, Lynn English 50: The unbeaten Falcons (2-0) took the top five spots led by Catie Nemeskal (22:46) who was closely followed by Olivia Biel, Ava Navarro, Cynthia Boyd and Gabby Sherrick.
Salem Academy second: In a tri-meet with Parker and Monte Tech, the Navigators came in second as a team led by Charlotte Ross (22:36 over 2.8 miles) and Avery Ross (22:49).
COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY
Salem State 3, Maine Farmington 1: Cassie Curtin scored a pair of first half goals and Jillian Danton added another to help the Vikings improve to 2-1. Kelli McCarthy made nine saves in the net and Beverly native Melanie Mason earned an assist.
Endicott 3, MIT 1: In their first ever game as a nationally ranked program, the No. 20 Gulls prevailed behind Olivia Lampasona’s game-winner in the second half. Jaylin Grabau and Sydney Poulin also scored and Taylor Farrin collected three saves for the undefeated Gulls (3-0).
WOMEN’S COLLEGE TENNIS
Merrimack 7, Endicott 0: The Warriors blanked the Gulls up in North Andover.
Eastern Nazarene 6, Gordon 3: Anna Mullane and Meli Markarian won their doubles match and both also took singles bouts in straight sets to highlight the action for the Fighting Scots.
Rivier 3, Gordon 0: The Raiders grabbed a sweep of Gordon (4-3) despite a seven-kill effort from Jacque Fitzgerald. Amanda Snyder also had a solid match with four kills, six digs and an ace.
WOMEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER
Endicott 3, Wellesley 1: Hannah Pesci’s goal broke a 1-1 tie midway through the second half and Swampscott native Jaymie Caponigro added her second goal of the year for insurance to move the Gulls to 3-1. Larissa Cade also had a goal for the winners, who secured the 200th career win for longtime head coach Jodi Kenyon.
MEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER
Conn. College 4, Endicott 1: Evan Couchot’s fifth goal of the year tied the game at 1-1 early in the first half but the No. 18 ranked Camels netted three unanswered the cruise to victory.