Endicott 30, Salve Regina 24: Joe Kalosky completed 31-of-39 passes for 286 yards and two scores to get the Gulls (4-1) a conference win on the road. Shea McManaway caught nine balls for 118 yards and two scores as Endicott built a two-score lead in the fourth; Anthony Bracamonte hauled in 11 passes to boot. Riley Shanley also scored a TD and Endicott won the turnover battle with interceptions by Hakim Fleming and Joe Pagett.


Danvers 2, Brookline 0: Reese Pszenny and Abby Cash had the goals as the Falcons (10-1) made it nine straight wins and played tremendously as a team to knock off a Division 1 opponent. Arianna Bezanson and Riley DiGilio added assists for Danvers, which got a season-high 13 saves from Kylie MacCormack in net for the shutout (the team’s eighth). Center back Livvi Anderson had a terrific game for Danvers and senior captain Abbi Clickstein shone as well. 

Beverly 6, Lynn Classical 0: The Panthers (10-0) stayed perfect thanks to two goals apiece from Cassie Jones and Sam Carnevale. Sydney Anderson recorded her sixth consecutive shut out in net for Beverly. 

Peabody 2, Winthrop 0: On Senior Day, seniors Rachel Turner and Julianne Leblanc had the goals to help the Tanners improve to 6-4. Maddy Lomasney, Kaitlin Rice, Kelly Melin, Emily Carney, Abby Ryder, Colleen Crotty and Shelby Doucette performed well in the win.



Needham 4, St. John’s Prep 0: The Eagles took their first loss of the year and dipped to 8-1-1.

Peabody 3, Billerica 2: Trailing 2-1 with six minutes to play, Kyle Joyce and Edward Santos scored consecutive goals for the Tanners (7-3) to give their team the comeback win. Victor Maciel also scored, while Kyle Morfis and Joyce added assists. Keeper Will Machado made 11 saves and both Ben Kemp and Cairo Dalifour turned in strong efforts in the win.

Beverly 1, Lynn Classical 1: The Panthers (7-1-3) got the equalizer from sophomore Nick Braganca on an assist from Danny Buzi en route to the draw. Kaj Avola was strong at midfield for Beverly.  


Pingree 5, Holderness 0: Nina Husak had a pair of goals and Alana RIchardson had a goal and three assists to pace the Highlanders. Addie Fenton added a goal, Maddie Mullaney scored once, Katelyn Clarke had an assist and Shannon Conte earned her seventh shutout of the year.

Swampscott 0, Newburyport 0: Chloe Rakauskas, Harper Clopton and Paige Quagrello all played well in a standout defensive effort for the Big Blue (now 6-3-2). 



Peabody 3, Winthrop 1: Freshman Isabel Bettencourt handed out 38 assists to help the Tanners win in four sets. Aaiyah Alleyne and Olivia Kiricoples drove the offense with a combined 26 kills, Sarah Broughton served for 20 points and Amanda Marmiani and Sophia Hollingshed combined for 48 digs.

Ipswich 3, Newburyport 2: The Tigers fought hard in their breast cancer fundraiser match, battling to a 23-25, 25-20, 25-17, 10-25, 15-11 triumph. Emily Davidson had nine kills, Lou Roesler had 13 service points, Haley O’Connor had 12 service points and 13 assists and Kyleigh Larson had 14 assists in the win. Lily Sheridan also had a strong game for the victors, while the two teams raised over $1,000 for the Side Out Foundation for breast cancer research.



Endicott 3, MIddlebury 0: A dozen kills each from Remi Quesnelle and Colleen McAvoy drove the Gulls (12-5) to a quality home sweep. Zoey Gifford played well with 41 assists, Mackenzie Kennedy had 17 digs and Amanda Gilbert hit double-digit kills with 11.



Endicott 4, Curry 2: Gabriella Prisco had a goal and an assist including the game-winner in the second half for the Gulls (7-4). Hailey Demers and Catherine Elkas also scored and keeper Kayla Wentworth was challenged by answered with nine saves.,

Salem State 4, MCLA 0: Rebecca Sabino of Peabody earned the shutout as Salem (4-5-1 overall) stayed unbeaten in MASCAC play with goals by Devyn Malatesta, Katie Brown, Julianna Stacey and Colleen Hurley.

Gordon 3, University of New England 1: The Scots (9-2-2) stayed hot thanks to goals from Monet Marshall, Christa Vordenberg and Bella Christian. Calla Ashley and Savannah Metz added assists. 



Salem State 2, Framingham State 0: Melanie Mason and Allison Couillard took care of the scoring to get the Vikings (8-4) a MASCAC win on Think Pink day at home. Kelli McCarthy only needed three saves to earn a shutout.

University of New England 5, Gordon 1: Cara Goudie scored the Scots (4-7) lone goal with an unassisted marker in the 32nd minute of action. 



Salem State 2, MCLA 0: Grace Dos Santos scored both goals in the second half to keep Salem State (7-4) undefeated in conference play. Chris Jiminez made three stops in a physical game that featured four yellow cards (two per side). 

Gordon 4, University of New England 1: The Scots (2-7-1) grabbed their second win of the season behind a pair of goals from Jarvin Ramirez. Julius Swaim and Travis Singh also scored, with Ryan Modzeleski and Ben Mollenhauer adding assists. 



Gordon 9, Wentworth 0: The Scots (6-5) dominated on senior day behind doubles wins from Anne Carsey/Madison West, Jordyn Maddex/Emily Ontiveros and Anna Mullane/Abigail Graves; all six aforementioned players won their singles matches as well. 

Gulls take two: Endicott (now 8-3) swept Western New England, 9-0, on Saturday before topping Springfield, 7-2, the following day. In the latter triumph, Gretta Hartman/Justin Hoover and Ashley Keaveney/Cara McCormack each won their doubles matches while Hoover, Hartman, Olivia Berler, Keaveney and Cameron Foley won in singles. 

Rhode Island College 8, Salem State 1: Anastasia Startseva and Meredith Macdonald registered the lone Vikings (3-5) win with an 8-6 decision at first doubles. 

Springfield 6, Endicott 3: Grabbing wins for the Gulls was Brennan Nick and Weston Goodwin in doubles; the duo also took each of their respective singles matches. 



Gordon 3, Regis 1: The Scots (8-8) climbed back to .500 with a 25-16, 21-25, 25-19, 25-21 triumph. Jamie Tafoya (12 kills), Ashley Gergins (42 assists) and Jenny Curtis (26 digs) were standouts.  

Northern Vermont-Johnson 3, Salem State 2: The Vikings (0-13) remained winless with a competitive 28-30, 25-23, 25-20, 8-25, 13-15 setback.Darcy McDowell had six kills and nine digs in the loss while Morgan Adams and Emily Hennessy each finished with double digit digs. The Scots also lost to Wentworth, 3-0, earlier in the day on Saturday. 

Endicott 3, Middlebury 0: The Gulls (12-5) worked hard for a 25-19, 25-23, 25-23 sweep against a solid Middlebury squad. Colleen McAvoy and Remi Quesnelle each had 12 kills with the latter adding seven digs in the win; Amanda Gilbert was also strong with 11 kills and give digs of her own. 


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