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    Globe North: Players of the week, top 10 boys’ and girls’ lacrosse teams

    High 5

    Pat Gill , Winchester: After a four-point game in a 10-4 preliminary round win against Pentucket, the sophomore registered points with a hat trick and two assists in an 8-6 Division 2 East victory over Holliston.

    Bailey Mongillo , Westford Academy: The senior attack lit up Lowell with seven goals in a 20-1 thrashing in the first round of the Division 1 North tourney.

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    Taylor Meek , Manchester-Essex: The junior netted six goals, including four in the second half, to lead the Hornets to a 12-10 victory over Ipswich in the quarterfinals of the Division 1 North tourney.

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    Audrey Samuelman , North Andover: The senior attack collected six goals and five assists in a 24-13 win over Methuen in the first round of the Division 1 North tourney, while freshman Michelle Poirier scored four goals and an assist in a 16-7 win over Peabody to send the Scarlet Knights to the North semifinals.

    D.J. Smith , Billerica: After allowing only two goals against Revere in the tourney opener, the senior All-American netminder stopped 16 shots in a 7-6 overtime victory against Bridgewater-Raynham in the first round of the Division 1 East tourney. Classmate Sean Farmer scored the game-winner.

    Bradley’s top 10 boys’ teams

    (Records updated
    through Monday)

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     1. Austin Prep (18-2)

     2. Reading (18-2)

     3. Beverly (18-4)

     4. St. John’s Prep (13-6)

     5. Marblehead (17-3)

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     6. Winchester (15-5)

     7. North Reading (14-6)

     8. Billerica (16-6)

     9. Wilmington (14-5)

    10. North Andover (15-7)

    Bradley’s top 10 girls’ teams

    (Records updated
    through Monday)

     1. Westford (21-1-0)

     2. Marblehead (17-2-1)

     3. Winchester (18-3-1)

     4. Manchester-Essex (16-2-0)

     5. North Andover (17-5-0)

     6. Masconomet (17-5-0)

     7. Ipswich (12-5-1)

     8. Hamilton-Wenham (15-5-0)

     9. Reading (12-6-0)

    10. Peabody (13-5-0)

    By The Numbers:

    192: Number of ground balls collected this season by Billerica High senior Kevin Farrell, a new school record. He recorded 14 ground balls in the Indians’ 7-6 overtime win against Bridgewater-Raynham.

    Pat Bradley

    Pat Bradley can be reached at patrick.bradley@globe.com.