Newburyport 4, Ipswich 0
Abbie Bresnahan, Jaycie Triandafilou, Maryam Moshrefi and Liza Twomey scored goals for Newburyport (6-0-1). Amy Sullivan had two assists. Lauren Bean and Julia Kipp had assists. Newburyport hit the crossbar three times and the post once. On the season, the Clippers have hit the crossbar or post 21 times.
Amesbury 1, Pentucket 0
Amanda Martin scored the lone goal for Amesbury (3-2-1) on a penalty kick in the second half. Ashley Riter made seven saves, and Kassidy Kennefick made six for Pentucket (0-5-2).
Governor’s Academy 4, St. George’s 0
Kendall Hamm scored three goals for the Govs (3-0). Alex Curran-Cardarelli added the fourth goal.
Pentucket 6, Amesbury 0
Will Dwyer, Brendan Sullivan, Sean Keegan, Brandon O’Neal, Logan Sherwood and David Greene scored goals for Pentucket (4-2-1). O’Neal, Ryan Beaton, Evan Burke, Aidan McLellan, Kyle Sedler and Noah Curtin had assists. Steven Hardy played well for the Sachems.
Ipswich 3, Newburyport 1
The Clippers dropped to 2-5 with the loss.
Triton 2, Lynnfield 0
Jake Papanicolaou and Sam Wright scored the goals for Triton (4-3). Papanicolaou and Luke Reiniger had assists.
Georgetown 1, Hamilton-Wenham 1
Chris Chiklakis scored the goal for Georgetown (5-1-1) on an assist from Jared Warren. Gus Savage made six saves.
Masconomet 22, Pentucket 35
Manchester Essex 24, Pentucket 31
Alex Demeule (3rd, 17:01), Drew Capener (6th, 17:25), Sam Copolla (11th, 17:40), Jeremy Binding (14th, 17:58) and Josh Wildes (18th, 18:12) finished in Pentucket’s top five.
Amesbury 22, Georgetown 29
Amesbury 19, Saugus 40
Jimmy Stone (2nd, 17:42), Riley O’Connor (3rd, 18:01), Liam Gallagher (4th, 18:03), Patrick McCue (7th, 18:22) and James Wrothen (10th, 18:51) finished in the top five spots for Amesbury (4-2).
Newburyport 15, Lynnfield 50
Newburyport 19, Ipswich 44
Nick Carleo (1st, 16:48), Chris Orlando (3rd, 17:00), Tyler Newfell (4th, 17:00), Joe Molvar (5th, 17:03) and Josh Molvar (6th, 17:04) rounded out the scoring for undefeated Newburyport (6-0).
Triton swept by North Reading, Hamilton-Wenham
Austin Stevens (9th, 18:51), Curran Callewaert (15th, 19:34), Ryan Kent (16th, 19:41), Ryan Sheedy (18th, 19:46) and Dan Hogran (19th, 19:47) rounded out Triton’s top five.
Masconomet 19, Pentucket 40
Manchester Essex 21, Pentucket 36
Kasey Mann (5th, 20:44), Emma Marchant (9th, 20:56) and Kelsi McNamara (12th, 21:22) finished in Pentucket’s top group.
Amesbury 19, Georgetown 40
Amesbury 15, Saugus 50
Julia Shorter broke her own course record for Amesbury in 19:46. Samantha Stone (2nd, 21:53), Hailee Gibadlo (3rd, 21:54), Morgan Fahey (5th, 23:04) and Julia Schlich (9th, 24:50) rounded out Amesbury’s top five.
Newburyport 27, Ipswich 32
Newburyport 21, Lynnfield 40
Newburyport’s Kristen Mackie (3rd, 20:07), Kelly Conway (5th, 20:51), Maria Sterling (7th, 21:13), Rachel Haley (8th, 21:17) and Lily Eagan (10th, 21:41) led the way.
Triton beats North Reading
Triton falls to Hamilton-Wenham
Maddie Quigley (5th, 20:33), Liz Willmonton (6th, 20:38), Ceili Riccio (13th, 22:43), Nikki Sullivan (14th, 22:56) and Audrey Martin (16th, 23:39) rounded out Triton’s top five.
Manchester Essex 156, Amesbury 138
Paddy Flahardy and Patrick Halloran scored 25 points each for Amesbury. Kyle Patterson (25) and Lowell Deschenes (24) also chipped in.