Ipswich 3, Georgetown 1: Text ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/SolidText ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/Solid$ID/NothingText ColorText Color$ID/NothingText ColorText ColorAfter falling behind early, the Tigers (8-5-2) righted their ship and came back for the win, qualifying for the state tournament in the process. Senior captain Heather Milano had a goal and an assist for Ipswich, which also got goals from Tatum Galuski (the game-winner) and Ali Moulton. Junior forward Rowan Galanis added an assist in the victory.

Masconomet 6, Newburyport 1: Senior Caroline McCormick scored her first goal of the season to highlight six different goal scorers for the Chieftains (11-0-2). Cecily Paglerani, Nina Morris, Lilly Conway, Julia Graves and Mak Graves also had goals for the winners, with Callie McSweeney dishing out two assists.

Bishop Fenwick 6, Malden 0: Text ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/SolidText ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/Solid$ID/NothingText ColorText Color$ID/NothingText ColorText ColorCailyn Wesley scored a season high four goals and added an assist to power the Crusaders (now 12-1). Grace Morey and Stephanie Steriti had the other goals while Abby Booth (1 save) and Cat Elias (1 save) each played one half to share the shutout.


Danvers 3, Hamilton-Wenham 0: Molly Clemente finished with four kills and two aces for the Falcons (16-0), with Hannah Golden adding five aces and four digs in the win. Lily Eldridge contributed five digs and 21 assists for Danvers, which won in straight sets 25-12, 25-18, 25-15.

For Hamilton-Wenham (now 7-7), senior outside hitter Evelyn Easdon had eight kills and five ace serves; sophomore right side Maggie Firicano served five aces; sophomore outside hitter Mia Flynn finished with seven kills; and junior setter Emma Day had 15 assists while serving at 100 percent.

Bishop Fenwick 3, Arlington Catholic 0: The Crusaders (10-5) cruised to a 25-16, 26-16, 26-21 sweep behind outside hitter Natalia Scolaro’s six kills.

Marblehead 3, Beverly 0: The Magicians improved to 10-6 on the season as Haley Lemieux (8 kills, 2 blocks) and Anna Arbo (6 kills) both had excellent performances. Abby Schwartz added a team-leading eight digs while setters Samatha Oberlander and Emme Smith each had eight assists for Marblehead, which prevailed 25-21, 25-20, 25-19.

Pingree 3, Berwick 0: Junior Katherine Silacci finished the day with nine aces while Abbey Skinner and Liv Burr both had six kills as the Highlanders swept their foes, 25-13, 25-12, 25-10.

Essex Tech 3, Fellowship 0: The Hawks (13-3) rolled to a 25-20, 25-21, 25-20 sweep behind strong play from Ariana Magee (16 assists, 6 aces) and Emily Blaisdell (7 kills).

Peabody 3, Swampscott 1: Aaliyah Alleyne had nine kills and five blocks while Isabel Bettencourt finished with 21 assists and 15 service points to lead the Tanners to victory. Sam Silva had eight kills, Olivia Kiricoples finished with five and Amanda Marmiani recorded 14 service points.


Salem 52, Lynn English 20: The Witches wrapped up their season at 12-6 behind wins from Ethan Doyle, Bobby Jellison, Joe Parr, Alex L’Heureux, Jack Doyle, Brady Trembley, Jayren Romero and Jon Wasserman. With the match play win, Doyle finished the season at a perfect 14-0 in league matches.

Beverly 44.5, Marblehead 27.5: The Panthers remained undefeated (13-0) behind victories from Brayden Clark, fellow captain Amy McCaffrey, Max Murphy, Owen Desmond, captain Matt Ploszay, Cam Cook and Tyler Serino.

Ben Weed was medalist for Marblehead (now 5-10) after shooting a 39, while teammate Gavin Lundgren won his match, 5-4.

St. John’s Prep 221, Central Catholic 268: The Eagles improved to 18-0 with one regular season match remaining as Aidan LeBlanc fired a two under par 33 at Kernwood Country Club. Matt Remley (36), Alex Landry (37) and Brendan O’Holleran (37) also shot well for the winners.

Hamilton-Wenham 100, Pentucket 68: At Myopia Hunt Club, Will Moroney finished with 22 points for the Generals (now 8-6). Andrew Winch added 21 in the win and Peter Gourdeau chipped in with 18.

Bishop Fenwick 189, Archbishop Williams 179: On Senior Day, the Crusaders (8-4) got strong performances from Jake Murphy (34 points), Nick Muzi (32), Tom Estella (29), Gavin Belt (28) and Brendan Bloom (28). In doing so, Fenwick officially clinched a spot in the state tournament.

Swampscott 36, Gloucester 36: Brendan Sheehan (6.5-2.5) and Will Roddy (7-2) enabled the Big Blue (now 9-3-1) to earn a tie at Bass Rocks. Roddy’s 12-foot-plus on the last hole ultimately tied the match for Swampscott.


Bishop Fenwick splits: Wyatt Burr, a sophomore, placed second overall in 14:59 as the Crusaders (5-3) bested Arlington Catholic, 25-33, but lost to Lowell Catholic, 22-33. Kevin Wythe took seventh place (16:05), while Matt Cinelli placed 10th (16:48), Tyler DeClerq was 11th (17:01) and Ethan Tran was 13th (17:44).


Bishop Fenwick sweeps: Senior captain Ava Mahoney was a second place finisher in 16:25 as the Crusaders took down Lowell Catholic, 16-47, and shaded Arlington Catholic, 28-29. Fellow senior captains Corinne Ahern (4th, 18:26) and Grace Kubat (5th, 18:51) also ran well, as did classmates Maria O’Donnell (6th, 19:24) and Abby Carr (10th, 19:29).


Peabody 5, Gloucester 1: The Tanners (now 8-5) shot out to a four-goal lead at halftime and cruised from there. McKayla Fisher had a pair of goals while Bridget O’Connell, Ava D’Ambrosio and Taylor Bettencourt scored one apiece for the winners. Emma Bloom and Brianna Keyes split time in net to share the win.

Salem Academy 5, Excel Academy 0: Lindsay Russell and Ella Malionek both notched a pair of goals while Mae Rose Cheresnowsky added a solo tally to power Salem Academy (now 11-2-2).

Essex Tech 5, Greater Lowell 2: Juniors Hope Miller and Caitlynn Burke each scored twice while Emma Bedard scored once to power the Hawks (9-4) into the state tournament. Assists went to Emily Enes (2) and freshman Isabella Santana. Essex Tech also topped Rockport, 3-1, on Monday behind a hat trick from Emily Enes.


Peabody 4, Gloucester 1: Harrison Fisher, Victor Maciel, Edward Santos (PK) and Chris Fazollo each scored to help the Tanners (11-3) pick up another conference win. Maciel and Ben Kemp added assists, while Nick Sablone turned in a strong defensive effort in the win. Keeper Will Machado (8 saves) was also strong, while Tyler Surman stood out defensively as well.

Essex Tech 4, Nashoba Tech 0: The Hawks (9-1-2) rolled behind goals from Luis Peleaz, Alex Gallucci, Derek Annese and Sam Jenkins. Assists went to Josh Berube, Eddie Nazzaro and Jenkins, while Gavin Russell was stout in net.

Salem 5, Saugus 1: The Witches cruised behind two goals apiece from Mario Lopez and Nico Flores. Endi Doku added a goal and an assist while Herdi Troplini tallied an assist.

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