Gaby Crugnale , St. Mary’s: The senior made all of her six goals count as the Spartans slipped by Greater Lowell, 10-9.
Brendan Flaherty , Beverly: In a clash of two of the best teams in Eastern Mass., the senior middie fired in five goals as the Panthers downed Acton-Boxborough, 15-11.
Paige MacEachern , Lynnfield: The sophomore netted nine goals and won nine draw-controls as the Pioneers sank host Swampscott, 14-9.
Kristy Robertson , Haverhill: The senior helped the Hillies secure a spot in the state tourney, pocketing nine goals — including the winner in triple overtime — in a wild 17-16 win over Pentucket Regional. She registered three goals and two assists the next day, including the 200th goal of her career, to edge Lowell 11-10.
Matt Kelleher/Mike Shay, Newburyport: The sophomores each collected six goals as the Clippers dealt Austin Prep just its second loss, a 14-9 decision.
Bradley’s Top 10 boys’ teams
(Records through Sunday with next game listed)
1. Austin Prep (14-2); state tourney
2. Reading (15-1); state tourney
3. Wilmington (13-3); state tourney
4. Beverly (15-3); state tourney
5. St. John’s Prep (12-5); state tourney
6. Marblehead (13-3); state tourney
7. North Andover (14-4); state tourney
8. Winchester (12-5); state tourney
9. North Reading (13-6); state tourney
10. Westford (12-6); state tourney
Bradley’s Top 10 girls’ teams
1. Westford (19-0-0); state tourney
2. Marblehead (14-2-1); state tourney
3. Winchester (15-3-1); state tourney
4. Manchester-Essex (14-2-0); state tourney
5. Ipswich (11-4-1); state tourney
6. North Andover (14-4-0); state tourney
7. Hamilton-Wenham (12-4-0); state tourney
8. Masconomet (13-5-0); state tourney
9. Reading (12-4-0); state tourney
10. Peabody (11-3-0); state tourney
By The Numbers
.740 Combined winning percentage for opponents of the unbeaten Westford Academy girls this season.
10 Number of wins for the Haverhill girls, a school record. The Hillies qualified for the state tourney for the first time with a thrilling victory over Pentucket.
4 Number of nonconference victories for Haverhill, which had won four nonconference games the previous seven years combined and had gone winless outside the Merrimack Valley Conference since a 2009 victory against Newburyport.