* Methuen/Tewksbury senior Kelly Golini cracked the coveted 200-career point plateau, scoring both goals in the Red Rangers 2-1 win over HPNA. Brooke Rogers had the lone goal for HPNA.
* Milton star senior Julia Scannell also reached the 200-point club after scoring three goals and adding a pair of assists in the Wildcats’ 8-1 win over Framingham.
* Georgie Santullo had three goals and a pair of assists as Woburn blanked Wilmington 6-0 in the Middlesex League.
* Eighth-grader Sophia Kennedy scored two goals, and Gemma DiMento, McKayla Norris and Katie O’Shea each scored once as Winthrop took down Peabody/Lynnfield 5-2.
* Dennis-Yarmouth doubled up on Archbishop Williams in non-league action, thanks to two goals from Kayla McGaffigan and single tallies from Lily Holmes and Ava McGaffigan.
* Goals by Molly Duvall and Grace Collins, and shutout goaltending from Sue Bird led Duxbury to a 2-0 win over rival Hingham in Patriot League play.
* Franklin and Mansfield/Oliver Ames/Foxboro played to a 2-2 standoff. Kristin O’Connell and Danae Reager had goals for M/OA.
* Courtney Hardy had a hat trick and Emma Brennan had a goal as Matignon opened its season with a 4-2 win over Malden. Summer Tufts had both goals for Medford.
* Natick shocked Needham 2-1 in a Bay State League crossover game on the strength of goals from Kate Lucenta and Claire Maxwell.
* Rachel Dwyer had two goals and Bridget Everett had one as Barnstable slipped past Dennis Yarmouth, 3-2.
* Kat Nikolopoulos fired home three goals as Burlington held off Arlington Catholic, 4-3. Meghan McDonald had the other Burlington goal. Christina Gesualdi, Molly Simmons and Erin Carter had goals for the Cougars.
* Goals from Sammie Mirasolo, Cassie Mirasolo and Jenn Flynn each had a goal as Peabody/Lynnfield downed Marblehead, 3-2.
* Two goals from Morgan Ramsey and one from Caroline Barrett led Sandwich to a 3-2 win over Falmouth.
* Three goals from Rebecca Harty and one apiece from Hannah Keating and Kerrin McLaughlin allowed Haverhill/North Andover/Pentucket to defeat Acton-Boxboro 5-2.