St. Mary’s Lynn defeated Masconomet, 7-2 to give veteran coach Frank Pagliuca his 200th career win behind the Lady Spartans bench. The team has won four state titles (3 D1, 1 D2) during Pagliuca’s tenure behind the dasher. Sarah Ryan had two goals to lead the offensive attack.
Maya Mangiafico scored three goals, and Sarah Graham, Becca Brown and Sadie Durham each had one as Medfield improved to 10-2-0 with a 6-0 whitewashing of Franklin.
Boston Latin surprised D1 #8 Haverhill/North Andover in MVC/Dual County II as Emma Curran scored both goals in a 2-1 victory.
Barnstable picked up a big win down on the Cape, edging past D1 #4 Duxbury, 4-3. Callie Rogorzenski had the game-winner in the third period. Brynn Mendes scored twice for the Red Raiders, while Danielle Desrosier added a single tally. Julia Nolan scored twice for Duxbury.
Burlington clinched the Middlesex League Freedom Division title, winning its 10th straight game, a 5-4 victory over stubborn Melrose. Freshman Rylie Glennon continued hot with the hat trick. Kat Nickolopoulos and Kat Ellis also had goals for the Lady Devils.
Angela Ferro made 35 saves and Kayla Currin scored both goals as Algonquin/Hudson notched a 2-0 non-league win over Winthrop/Lynn.
D2 #3 Tewksbury/Methuen stayed unbeaten, improving to 13-0-2 with a 4-0 shutout of Cambridge. Kelly Golini scored a pair of goals for the Red Rangers, while Eryn Taber and Brenna Greene each had one.
D1 top-ranked Arlington Catholic had little trouble with Beverly/Danvers, taking a 6-1 win behind the two-goal performance of Nicole Amato. Margaret Sullivan, Erin Healy, Mickey McLaughlin and Maddy Crowley-Cahill each had a goal as well for the Cougars.
Anna Rausch scored two goals and Laura Sears added another to power Natick over Dedham, 3-1, in Bay State League Herget Division play.
Amanda Crowley had both goals as Dennis-Yarmouth slipped past Bishop Stang, 2-1.
Marshfield downed Bourne/Mashpee/Wareham, 5-2 as Olivia Mastrangelo scored three goals and Rachel Burum added a pair.
Wakefield defeated Bishop Fenwick, 6-1. Julianne Bourque and Courtney Hill each scored twice. The Warriors got single tallies from Megan Horrigan and Brooke Lilley.
Five different scorers – Lindsey Beiche, Callie Hoadley, Sam Taylor, Morgan Foley and Alyssa Wilcox – had goals as Cohasset/Hanover improved to 9-1-2 overall with a 5-1 win over Latin Academy.
Acton-Boxboro doubled up on Chelmsford, 4-2. Cali Loblundo was busy in the Colonials’ net, with 38 saves. Megan Barrett scored twice to lead the offense.
In a 5-0 win over Dover-Sherborn/Hopkinton, King Philip’s Casie Curtin reached the 100-career point plateau.