Salem Academy 11, Roxbury Prep 4: Michael Santana went the distance on the mound, collecting 12 strikeouts to help the Navigators (14-3-1) capture the Charter School State Championship for the third time in the past four years and second in a row. Santana also had a bases clearing triple, Jacob Redican went 3-for-4 with 4 RBI and catcher Adam Pinto played well behind the plate while scoring three times.



Salem Academy 21, Boston Collegiate 11: Christina McLaughlin grabbed the win on the mound and was subsequently named the league’s Player of the Year as the Navigators (15-2) wrapped up their season with another Charter School State Championship (second in four years). Seniors Elise Cote, Kristen Roberts and Amanda Jimenez also played well and were monumental in the success of the team all season long. 



Swampscott 15, Stoneham 3: The Big Blue (15-2) continued their stellar season with a dominant opening round win in the Division 2 North sectional. Reese Robertson led a balanced offensive attack with four goals, Emerson Laundry and Harper Clopton each had three and Liz Green and Sophie DiGrande chipped in with two apiece. Scarlet Ciciotti added one goal while Sara Hemada Mohamed made seven saves in the win. Swampscott will host No. 7 Tyngsboro in the quarterfinals on Saturday at 3:30. 



Amesbury 5, Bishop Fenwick 0: The Crusaders season came to a close in the Division 3 North sectional. Fenwick concludes the spring with a 16-4 record. 

Wayland 4, Marblehead 1: The Magicians fell in the Division 2 North quarterfinals, finishing the season with a 16-6 record. 

Winchester 5, Masconomet 0: After beating Burlington in the first round, the Chieftains’ fell victim to a powerful Winchester squad, closing the season with a 10-5 record. 



Pentucket 5, Bishop Fenwick 0: The Crusaders bowed out of the Division 3 North sectional in the quarterfinals, ending their season at 14-4. 



Nashua 9, North Shore Navs 6: Peabody native Tyler MacGregor went 3-for-5 with a double and three RBI for North Shore (4-2) but the Knights scored five in the seventh to pull away at Fraser Field. Peabody’s Ben Irvine scored twice for visiting Nashua and St. John’s Prep grad Jack Arend scored once. Danvers’ Andrew Olszak had a hit for the Navs with an RBI and a run scored.