– Tewksbury/Methuen senior Amanda Conway broke her own state scoring record in last night’s Red Rangers 8-2 win over Boston Latin, scoring seven more goals to give her 67 on the season (in just 15 games). Conway a Top Forward award winner this past summer in HNIB’s Girls Summer Showcase, had set the single-season goal scoring record last winter when she finished with 66. Oh yes, she also assisted on the other Tewksbury/Methuen goal,
– Resurgent St. Mary’s registered an impressive 7-2 win over Fontbonne and has now won nine of 12 after a rocky 0-7 start. Sam Callahan scored four goals, while Ashley Wojewodzic, Maggie Flaherty and Katie Terban each had one. The Spartans scored five goals in the third period.
– D2 #2 Falmouth got hat tricks from Maggie MacDonald and McKenzie Haberl and took a key SEMGHL win with a 6-1 verdict of D1 #4 Duxbury.
– Dedham slipped past pesky Walpole in the Bay State League Herget Division, taking a 2-1 win on a pair of goals from Sam Girard.
– In another Herget battle, D2 #5 Milton and D2 #1 Wellesley played to a 3-3 stalemate. Elena Kapolis had a goal and two assists for Milton, while Julia Scannell and Kat Buchanan each had a goal. For Wellesley, Kaleigh Donnelly scored twice and Cecily Docktor once.
– D1’s top-ranked club, Reading, improved to 15-1-0 with a 5-0 win over Winchester. Top scorer Ali O’Leary continued her torrid season with a hat trick. The Rockets are scheduled to take on Acton-Boxboro tonight.
– D1 #3 Arlington Catholic clinched at least a tie for the Catholic Central title with a 4-1 win over Archbishop Williams. Adrieana Rossini and Jessica Piracini each had two goals in the win.
– Martha’s Vineyard clinched a tournament berth with a 5-1 win over Bourne/Mashpee/Wareham. Aubrey Ashmun had two goals, and Sydney Davies, Olivia Ogden and Erin Hegarty one apiece for the Vineyarders.
– Peabody held Winthrop/Lynn to a 1-1 standoff. Caroline McKinnon scored for the Bulldawgs in the first minute of play, her 100th career point, and Peabody’s Elise Murphy tied it in the last minute of regulation.
– Billerica surprised D1 #9 Chelmsford, taking a 4-3 win as Macy Vercellini scored twice. Amanda Fantasia and Sam Ginsberg also scored for the Indians.
– Sammy Hayes had the hat trick as D2 #7 Norwood cruised past Natick, 8-2.
– Whitman-Hanson/Silver Lake got past Cohasset/Hanover, 5-2, as Hannah Tracy scored three goals. Mel McAleer and Mary Kate Webb also had goals in the win.