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

High 5

Bobo Carpenter , Austin Prep: The sophomore netted four goals in a 9-8 victory over Arlington Catholic in the second round of the Division 3 East tournament before the Cougars fell to Hanover, 11-7, in the quarterfinals.

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Megan Hennessey , Winchester: The senior collected five goals and two assists to help power the Sachems (23-1) to a 17-9 win over Marblehead for the Division 2 North title.

Bailey Mongillo , Westford Academy: The senior attack paced the Grey Ghosts to a 13-7 win over North Andover in the Division 1 North final, scoring five goals. She and teammate Erica Mattila combined for six in the second half.

Tyler Phillips , Marblehead: The senior helped propel the Magicians to the Division 2 North final for the first time in program history with six goals, including the winner with just over a minute remaining in a 13-12 victory over Wayland. She chipped in four points in her final game, a 17-9 loss to Winchester.

Audrey Samuelman , North Andover: The senior captain finished her Scarlet Knight career with a hat trick in Division 1 North final against Westford.

Bradley’s top 10 boys’ teams

(Records through Monday)

 1. Reading (19-3)

 2. Beverly (19-5)

 3. Austin Prep (18-3)

 4. St. John’s Prep (13-7)

 5. Marblehead (17-4)

 6. Winchester (15-6)

 7. North Reading (15-7)

 8. Billerica (16-7)

 9. Wilmington (14-5)

10. North Andover (15-7)

Bradley’s top 10 Girls’ Teams

(Records through Monday)

 1. Westford (23-1-0)

 2. Winchester (20-3-1)

 3. Marblehead (19-3-1)

 4. North Andover (18-6-0)

 5. Manchester Essex Regional (16-3-0)

 6. Masconomet Regional (17-6-0)

 7. Ipswich (12-5-1)

 8. Hamilton-Wenham Regional (15-5-0)

 9. Reading (12-6-0)

10. Peabody (13-5-0)

By the numbers

1: Division 2 North sectional finals for the Marblehead High girls’ lacrosse team. The Magicians (19-3-1) defeated Wayland, 13-12, to advance to their first North title game, where they lost to Winchester, 17-9.

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