Endicott 61, Curry 34: The Gulls (5-1) recorded their third straight win with a drubbing of Curry, going up 35-14 at the break and never looking back. Quarterback Joe Kalosky continued to impress, going 19-for-23 for 319 yards and four touchdowns, while Dylan Bonfilio completed his only attempt for a one yard touchdown as well. Anthony Caggianelli and Anthony Whiteley (2) each found paydirt on the ground, with the latter rushing 11 times for 75 yards. Anthony Bracomonte (6 catches, 97 yards and 2 TDs), Justin McEwen (4 catches, 60 yards and 2 TDs) and Shea McManaway (5 catches for 89 yards) led the receiving corps, with Ryan Nelson adding a TD catch as well. Kicker Nick DiCairano made all eight of his extra point tries and added a field goal to boot. 

Defensively, Tim Russell and Tom Lorusso each had nine tackles while Kevin O’Brien had eight.


Beverly 1, North Andover 0: The Panthers picked up another impressive win on the heels of Cassie Jones’ goal on an assist from Sarah Hall. Goalkeeper Sydney Anderson made 12 saves in net for yet another shut out. 

Danvers 1, Andover 1: The Falcons’ Arianna Bezanson scored nine minutes into action on an assist from Abbi Clickstein, but Andover responded with a minute left in the opening half on a well struck direct kick from 20 yards out. Livvi Anderson was strong defensively in the draw. 

Pingree 8, Concord Academy 0: The Highlanders (12-0-1) cruised behind a hat trick and two assists from Lexi Garcia and a pair of goals from Jess Tonthat. Tess O’Connell, Maddie Landers and Lucca Kloman also scored, while Sydney Raess recorded the shut out in net. 


St. John’s Shrewsbury 1, St. John’s Prep 0: The lone goal came on a Shrewsbury penalty kick in the second half as the Eagles (11-2-2) suffered just their second loss of the season. Sophomore keeper Joey Waterman played well in the setback, as did Andrew Behling and Griffin Pache. 


Concord Academy 3, Pingree 2: The Highlanders fell just short in a 25-18, 25-16, 22-25, 13-25, 5-15 five-setter, playing without their senior starting setter Maddy Mandalinci. Nancy Norton stepped up and had 15 assists, Abbey Skinner had 12 kills and nine blocks, Liv Burr had 11 kills and Emily Culinane had a great service game with 20 serves and five aces. 


Bishop Fenwick 2, Beverly 0: Cailyn Wesley scored both Crusader (14-1) goals while Stephanie Streiti was strong defensively in the win.  


Beverly 2nd at Invitational: The Panthers finished second overall as a team at the Catholic Memorial Invitational at Franklin Park in Boston, getting a ninth place finish from Heidi Eberhardt to lead the way. Emily Young was 12th, Olivia Young 17th, India Ingemi 21st and Sophia McNeil 26th.


Gordon 3, Curry 0: The Scots improved to 5-8-1 behind goals from Ben Mollenhauer, Julius Swaim and Michael Hahn. Jarvin Ramirez and Mollenhauer added assists, while Brady Veleber made three saves in net en route to the shut out. 

Wentworth 1, Endicott 0: Griffin Price’s goal in the 87th minute broke a scoreless tie and sent Wentworth to victory. Endicott, which dropped to 8-4-2 with the loss, managed just three shots on goal while Zach Regulbuto made four saves in net.


Gordon 6, Curry 2: The Fighting Scots (10-3-3) picked up a convincing win on Senior Day behind four goals from Lexi Potter. Monet Marshall and McKenna Feller added single tallies while Ashton Barkey, Calla Ashley (2), Devin Lacroix and Kyra Skurcenski had assists. 

Salem State 2, Mass. Maritime 0: The Vikings improved to 7-6-2 thanks to a pair of goals from Taylor Capozzi, one of which was assisted by Lyndsey Martins. 

Endicott 6, Wentworth 0: Catherine Elkas and Jillian Presser each scored twice to propel the Gulls (9-5-1) to victory. Larissa Cade and Christina Bacon also scored, with assists going to Hannah Pesci, Elkas, Jaymie Coponigro, Julia Matus and Hannah Merritt. 


Endicott 4, Salve Regina 2: The Gulls moved to 12-4 thanks to four different goal scorers: Jaylin Grabau, Kristen McCarthy, Julie Champigny and Sydney Poulin. Abby Carter (2) and McCarthy added assists while Taylorin Farrin stopped eight of ten shots in net. 

Western Connecticut State 5, Salem State 1: The Vikings (9-6) got a goal from Jillian Danton on an assist from Katherine Crane, but it wasn’t enough against a strong opponent. 


Gordon drops two: The Scots (11-11) fell back to .500 with a pair of 3-1 losses to Bates and Clark. Against Bates, Ashlyn Gergins had 30 assists, Jenny Curtiss had 24 digs and Amanda Synder had nine kills and 14 digs. Gergins had another 25 assists against Clark, while Curtiss had 20 digs and Snyder had 10 kills, four aces and 10 digs. 

Salem State falls twice: The Vikings (1-16) fell to MCLA, 3-0, and St. Joseph, Conn., 3-2, on Saturday. Sarah Janco had 24 kills and five digs in the latter loss, while Danielle Sheehan had six kills and 18 digs. Emily Hennessy added 37 digs. 


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