HINGHAM — In a battle of the top two teams in the state, the defending Division 2 state champion Notre Dame Academy girls’ volleyball team handed Barnstable its first loss since Oct. 24, 2012, in a 3-0 victory Tuesday night.
“This is one of the best that I’ve seen my group play in a long time,” said coach Joshua Shepherd. “They stepped up to the challenge.”
The match also marked the first time the No. 2 Cougars (8-0) had defeated the No. 1 Red Raiders (6-1), having previously gone 0-12 against the four-time defending Division 1 state champions.
“We’ve modeled the program after [Barnstable’s] success and this is the first time we’ve ever even come close to winning, and finally won,” Shepherd said. “By no means are we in the same breath as them, they are still the standard. This is just a group of girls trying to find their identity, but this is a good steppingstone to building that case.”
Overall, the match was closer than the score showed and the first set was a prime example. The Red Raiders got out to an 8-0 lead, the largest it would hold all night, before NDA fought back to tie it 14-14 then take a 16-15 lead. Barnstable fought back to eventually lead, 23-20, but NDA staved off two Barnstable set points before taking control and closing the set out, 28-26.
“At the end of the day, the girls on the floor are the ones that made the plays. They stepped up and owned their responsibilities and did their job,” Shepherd said.
The teams battled through the first half of the second set, but NDA quickly got into a groove, opening up a 21-12 lead in the back of seven consecutive service points from returning All-Scholastic setter Corinne Cox. The junior finished the match with 4 kills, 30 assists and 2 aces.
“There was a fire in Corinne tonight that was very very contagious around the rest of the group,” Shepherd said. “And that was something that I was very proud to see her come so prepared tonight.”
The Red Raiders battled back to get the second set to 23-19, but it wasn’t enough as NDA took a commanding 2-0 lead, winning the set 25-19.
Barnstable stayed in the match through the first 20 points of the third set, as the teams were tied at 10-10. But the Cougars opened up a 16-10 lead, then took an insurmountable 22-11 lead before closing out the match with a 25-14 victory in the third set.
Cougar captain Julia Marshall contributed 11 kills, 4 blocks, 2 aces and 6 digs and junior outside hitter Avery Spaziani added 8 kills, 6 digs and 2 aces.
Lynn Classical 3, Saugus 0 — The Rams (6-2) won in straight sets behind strong efforts from sophomore Soneta Gray (14 service points) and senior captain Ivy Martin (13 service points).
Swampscott 3, Salem 2 — The Big Blue (2-6) prevailed in five sets 25-22, 19-25, 26,-24, 19-25,15-7. Senior captain Gina Asipenko had seven service aces and 10 kills.
Brookline 3, Weymouth 0 — The No. 9-ranked Warriors (9-0) were led by senior Yeolim Jo, who had seven aces and senior Marley B’Amore-Morrison with 13 kills.
Concord-Carlisle 3, Wayland 0 — Junior middle hitter Ellie Honan set career-highs in kills (eight) and blocks (four) for the Patriots (6-2).
Bishop Feehan 3, Bishop Stang 0 — Junior middle hitter Lauren Manis notched nine kills and seven aces for the Shamrocks (6-2).
University Park 3, St. Mary’s (Worcester) 0 — Yahnel Barnes (13 kills) and Nikolle Rivera (10 assists) sparked the visiting Cougars (3-4) to a 25-20, 25-12, 25-20 straight-set victory over the Eagles (2-8). Karina Abeddy recorded three aces and Justina Borkowski chipped in with five assists for St. Mary's.
Bethany Christian 3, Abby Kelley Foster 0 — The visiting Eagles topped the Bears (1-7) by set scores of 25-9, 25-8 and 25-9.
Bancroft 3, Gann Academy 0 — Katie Shaffert (9 aces, 12 assists, 5 kills) and Nidhi Shankar (2 blocks, 6 kills, 1 ace) led the visiting Bulldogs (1-1) to a straight-set victory, 25-17, 25-15, 25-17.
Greater Lowell 6, Northeast 1 — Senior Matheus Farias scored four goals for the Gryphons (4-0-2). Farias has scored seven goals in the past two games.
Silver Lake 4, North Quincy 0 — Senior Brendan Guilderson scored twice for the No. 9-ranked Lakers (7-0-1).
Sharon 1, Foxborough 0 — Sophomore Ian Camilli found the net in the 64th minute on a corner kick by senior Mitchell Lesser. Senior Ryan Riley posted his first shutout of the year for the host Eagles (2-3-3).
Chelsea 2, Shawsheen 0 — Freshman forward Carlos Cartegena had a hand in both goals for the Red Devils (3-2-1),with a goal and an assist.
Waring 4, Christian Covenant Academy 2 — Junior Aidan Wood scored all four goals and senior captain Nat Lyman provided all assists for the Wolves (4-0).
O'Bryant 2, Latin Academy 0 — Forward Junior Depina earned his third goal of the season for the Tigers (4-1-1).
Hingham 3, Plymouth South 0 — Senior Oliver Murray-Brown and sophomores Drew Hickey and Justin Whitney scored for the Harbormen (2-3-1) in their shutout of the Panthers (2-3-2).
Brookline 1, Weymouth 0 — Senior Henry Belt scored for the Warriors (3-1-4).
Framingham 4, Newton North 1 — The unbeaten No. 6 Flyers (5-0-2) got two goals from senior forward Joao Costa.
Bishop Feehan 3, Bishop Stang 1 — Senior Kevin Sheridan and sophomores Frankyn Mendez and Pat Clark all found the net for the Shamrocks (2-2-1).
Wellesley 6, Milton 0 — Senior Adam Norman scored a hat trick to lead the visiting Raiders (4-3).
Scituate 3, Whitman-Hanson 2 — Senior Ryan Lynch scored the winning goal, assisted by senior Sean MacKinnon (goal), in the 65th minute for the host Sailors (5-1-1). Senior Curran Wait started the scoring early in the first half.
Pembroke 1, Duxbury 1 — Senior Quinn O’Connor scored the tying goal for the No. 17-ranked Green Dragons (6-0-1) with two minutes left, assisted by senior Jared Amodio. Senior Steven Vercollone scored the lone goal for host Pembroke (5-1-2).
Algonquin 4, Wachusett 2 — Tyler Morin scored twice and Dom Cianci netted the winner as the top-ranked Tomahawks (5-0, 4-0 Midland A) scored four times in the second half to erase a 2-0 halftime deficit to the No. 2 Mountaineers (3-1-2, 1-1-2). Jacob Sparks and Liam Setterlund scored in the first half for Wachusett. Max Michaud added a goal for Algonquin.
Groton-Dunstable 8, North Middlesex 2 — Mitch Wheeler had two goals and two assists, Matt Krikorian had two goals and an assist and Matt Tornaritis had two goals to lead the visiting Crusaders (5-1, 4-0 Midland B) past the Patriots. Groton-Dunstable’s Gabe Dingle had a goal and three assists, while teammate Matt Straw had a goal and two assists as the Crusaders took an 8-0 halftime lead. Chris Tenbroeck scored twice for North Middlesex (1-5, 0-4).
Leominster 1, Nashoba 0 — Elwin Rutayomba scored in the 45th minute to lift the visiting Blue Devils (2-2-1, 1-2-1 Midland A) past the Chieftains (0-3-2, 0-3-1).
Marlborough 1, Quabbin 0 — Vinny Veiga scored with 20 minutes left, while Arthur Torres (7 saves) earned the shutout to lead visiting Marlboro (1-4-1, 1-2-1 Midland B) past Quabbin (2-3-2, 1-3).
Sutton 4, Nipmuc 0 — Kevin Rothermich scored twice and had an assist, while James McCleery had a goal and assist to lead the No. 3 Sammies (7-0, 5-0 Dual Valley) past the No. 10 Warriors (2-1-4, 0-1-2). Cole Acocelli added a goal for Sutton, while Brandon Elster notched the shutout
Shrewsbury 4, Shepherd Hill 0 — Andrew Perugimi, Ethan Melia, Carl Underkofher and Keon Haji scored, while Chris Afonso (5 saes) earned the shutout to lead the No. 4 Colonials (5-1, 3-1 Midland A) past the host Rams (1-2-2, 0-2-2).
Westborough 3, Hudson 1 — Charlie Buresss, Connor Hounslow and Lucas Silva scored for the host Rangers (4-2-2, 3-1 Midland B), while Mike Conley had the goal for the Hawks (4-3-1, 2-1-1). Collin Priest added two assists for Westboro.
Bay Path 7, Pathfinder 1 — Sam Jackman scored two goals and Tyler Suprenant added a goal and an assist as the host Minutemen (5-1-1) beat Pathfinder (1-3-2).
North Brookfield 2, Trivium 1 — J.P. Shipman and Brandon Kilborn scored to lead the visiting Indians (2-4, 2-3 Worcester County).
Marianapolis 8, Watkinson 2 — Tom Horvat had a hat trick as the visiting Golden Knights (5-3) cruised.
Hingham 18, Duxbury 45 — Junior Mike Durkin finished first in 14:28 to lead the Harbormen (3-0) over the Green Dragons (0-3) in a Patriot League matchup.
Xaverian 22, St. John’s Prep 34 — Senior Lucas Taxter (16:45) and junior Roger Hellard (17:29) led the Hawks (3-0).
University Park 23, Bay Path 33 — Johnny Bui finished first (18:21), Lucas Encarnacion-Rivera (18:34) and Edgar Lopez (18:44) took the top three spots on their home 2.9-mile course to lead the Cougars (3-1). Nathan Smith (19:23) and Marcus Vancellette (19:55) finished fourth for the Minutemen (1-3).
Assabet 23, Nashoba Valley Tech 35 — Brian Colleoni (19:27) and Austin Grimm (19:32) took the top two spots on the 3.1-mile course in Westford to help the Aztecs (2-1, 2-1 Colonial) earn the win. Ben Marson (20:01) was third and Tom Dorman (20:20 was fourth for the Vikings (1-4, 1-2). Pat Brennan was fifth for Assabet in 21:18.
Nashoba 15, Groton-Dunstable 50 — Adam Heislein (16:23), Kyle Cloutier (16:47), Ryan Gillolly (16:58), John Atkinson (17:17) and Zach Honing (17:32) took the top five spots to give the host Chieftains (2-1, 2-1 Midland B) the win over the Crusaders (0-2, 0-2). Nashoba took the top six spots and eight of the top 10.
Bromfield 21, Lunenburg 35 — Nick Steele (17:20) and Price Day (17:38) finished 1-2 to lead the host Trojans (4-0, 3-0 Wachusett) past the Blue Knights (3-1, 2-1) on their 3.1-mile course in Harvard. Lunenburg’s Steven Hoffman took third in 18:32, with Bromfield’s Will Day (19:16) and Ryell Deruijter (19:18) rounding out the top five.
Abby Kelley Foster 22, Sizer 33 — Aki Suzuki (22:17) of Abby Kelley (1-2) was first on Sizer’s 3-mile course. Aidan Gormley (21:22) and Jason Prieto (21:27) were next for Abby Kelly, while Hunter Hines (24:05) and Dylan Gillman (25:28) of Sizer (0-3) rounded out the top five.
Shepherd Hill 19, Fitchburg 39 — The host Rams (1-1) had the top three finishers on their 2.8-mile course with Dan Stevens (16:15), Dan Roy (16:33) and Cody Kingman (16:34) crossing the line first. Josh Higgins (16:48) and Jared Morcaldi (16:55) placed fourth and fifth for the Red Raiders (0-2).
Hopedale 15, Nipmuc 50 — The Blue Raiders had the top 12 finishers at Nipmuc’s 3.1-mile course, as Yari Borendko (18:03), Christian DeBoer (18:19), Joseph Savoie (18:33), Thomas Spillers (18:47) and Ryan Wollensak (18:48) led took the five spots to win the meet to boost Hopedale (4-0, 3-0 Dual Valley). Bob Johnson was 13th (20:52) for Nipmuc (0-3, 0-3).
Parker Charter 15, Monty Tech 46 — Zach Rolfe, Jared Wick and Matt Bedard all finished in 1714, while Cole Senatore (17:31) and Quinn Cantrill (17:32) rounded out the top five on Parker’s 2.8-mile course to lead the No. 8 Panthers (3-0, 3-0 Colonial) over the Bulldogs (1-2, 1-2). Parker had seven of the top 10 finishes in the race.
Algonquin 17, Leominster 46 — Algonquin sophomore Noah Brazer (16:42) earned his first dual meet victory, while teammates Peter Byrne (17:03) and Evan Nelson (17:09) took the next two spots on Leominster’s 2.8-mile course to lift the Tomahawks (2-1, 2-0 Midland A) past the Blue Devils (1-3, 0-2). Mike Hutchinson (17:20) was fourth for Leominster and Mark Dyer (17:40) was fifth for Algonquin).
Blackstone Valley 19, Keefe Tech 42 — Zack Bergeron (17:47) and Jonathan Saniuk (18:07) finished 1-2 to lead the host Beavers (2-1, 2-1 CAL) past the Broncos (0-3) on Valley Tech’s 3-mile course. Keefe Tech’s Ian Heino finished third in 19:39, followed by Valley Tech’s Tyler Church (20:01) and Ken Tubman (20:09).
Worcester North 19, Doherty 36 — Dolan Bloh (17:51), Immanuel Hardy (17:52), Yuta Suzuki (17:58) took the top three spots on the 3.1-mile course at Norht High to lead the Polar Bears (3-0, 3-0). Christian Diaz (18:20) was fourth and Michael Cleary (18:27) was fifth for the Highlanders (1-2, 1-2)
Portsmouth Abbey 19, Bancroft 43 — Bancroft’s Reed Heim placed second in a time of 19:33 on his 3.1-mile home course, but the Bulldogs (1-2) fell to the Ravens (1-1).
Whitinsville Christian 24, Blackstone-Millville 33 — C.J. Paine’s first-place finish of 17:28 sparked the visiting Crusaders (2-1, 2-1) to victory on BMR’s 3.1-mile course. Whitinsville’s Jack Randall (17:53) held off Blackstone-Millville’s Connor McNamara for third by a tenth of a second, with Connor Paine placing fifth for the Crusaders. Nathan Carroll placed second in 17:48 for the Chargers (0-2, 0-2).
Marlborough 25, Hudson 32 — The Hawks’ Andrew Doherty-Munroe (16:49) was first over the 3-mile course, followed by the Panthers’ Austin Turner (17:22) and Brian Oram (17:31). Alec Bonnell (17:42) was fourth for Hudson (1-2, 1-2 Mid-Wach B), while Zack Schwartz (17:46) was fifth for Marlboro (2-1, 1-1).
Shrewsbury 18, Wachusett 44 — Shrewsbury’s Jackson Southard (17:00) and Tyler O;Keefe (17:01) took the top two spots, while Josh Newmark (18:22) was fourth and teammate Josh May (18:23) was fifth on their home 3.1-mile course to lead the host Colonials (2-0, 2-0 Midland A). Shrewsbury placed eight runners in the top 10. Grant Hauver (17:40) was third for the Mountaineers (1-1, 1-1).
St. Mary’s 162, Arlington Catholic 161 — The Spartans (6-2) ended the Cougars’ 50-match winning streak, which had spanned four years in the Catholic Conference showdown. Senior Shawn MacBurnie finished first overall with 33 points and Richie McDonald and Brendan O'Neill added 26 points each for the one-point victory.
East Bridgewater 157, Cardinal Spellman 135 — Junior Mike Werra was the medalist for the Vikings (3-4) for the third match running with a 3-over 39 at D.W. Field Golf Course in Brockton.
Lexington 40, Wakefield 32 — Junior Scott Douglas shot a 38 and seniors Kevin Antonvitch and Connor Boglin each shot a 39 to lead the Minutemen (6-0).
Bishop Feehan 228, Bishop Stang 261 — The Shamrocks (7-0) were led by sophomore Davis Chapfield (-4) and junior Patrick Chapfield (+1).
Central Catholic 237, St. John’s Prep 237 — The Raiders (6-1-1) and Prep (5-1-1) finished in a tie during a non-league match. The Raiders’ Brendan Shirley and Prep’s James Turner each shot an even par (36).
Berwick 6, Landmark 0 — Brennan Santaniello shot a 35 and Luc Linemayr shot a 37 to lead the host Bulldogs (5-0).
Nashoba 33, Clinton 21 — Senior Alec Dempsey shot even-par 34 at Twin Springs to lead the host Chieftains (4-4) past the Gaels (4-4-1) in Bolton. Nashoba’s Joe Tavis carded a 36.
Quabbin 47, Fitchburg 7 — Jeff Arnold shot 1-over 36 at Oak Hill to boost Westboro (7-2, 5-1 Midland B). Quabbin is 3-4, 1-2 in the league, and host Fitchburg is 0-9, 0-6.
Westborough 49½, Fitchburg 4½ — Jeff Arnold shot 1-over 36 at Oak Hill to boost Westboro (7-2, 5-1 Midland B). Quabbin is 3-4, 1-2 in the league, and host Fitchburg is 0-9, 0-6.
St. Peter-Marian 184, Burncoat 208 — Patrick McCann shot an even-par 36 to earn his third medal to lead the host Guardians (3-4) past the Patriots (0-6) at Cyprian Keyes.
Bay Path 159, Worcester Tech 249 — Junior Hunter Girard and classmate Joe Brodeur each shot 3-over 38s to earn co-medalist honors at Heritage CC to lead the Minutemen (3-2, 3-2 Colonial) past the Bulldogs and the Eagles.
Monty Tech 194, Worcester Tech 249 — Junior Hunter Girard and classmate Joe Brodeur each shot 3-over 38s to earn co-medalist honors at Heritage CC to lead the Minutemen (3-2, 3-2 Colonial) past the Bulldogs and the Eagles. Matt Dellachiaie shot a 42 for Monty Tech (3-4).
Bay Path 159, Monty Tech 194 — Junior Hunter Girard and classmate Joe Brodeur each shot 3-over 38s to earn co-medalist honors at Heritage CC to lead the Minutemen (3-2, 3-2 Colonial) past the Bulldogs and the Eagles.
Hopedale 4½, Sutton 4½ — Jared Buffone earned medalist honors with a 2-under 33 to help the visiting Sammies (6-1-1, 3-0-1 DVC) earn a tie at Hopedale CC. Matt Salvatore shot a team-low 35 for the Blue Raiders (5-3-1, 2-1-1).
Douglas 62, Advanced Math and Science 58 — Joey Ciolino shot a 41 for AMSA (4-2) in a loss to the Tigers (6-3) at Charter Oaks CC in Hudson.
Nipmuc 5, Doherty 4 — Junior John Kossuth shot a 6-over 41 at Shining Rock in Northbridge to push the host Warriors (4-4) past the Highlanders (2-5).
Leominster 200, Gardner 232 — Junior Noah Crotty and freshman James Powers each shot 4-over 39 at Gardner CC to share medalist honors and help the Blue Devils (4-4) past the Wildcats (5-3-1).
Pingree 5, Bancroft 1 — Ace Ensign of Bancroft won the individual medal with a 1-over 37, but the host Bulldogs (1-2, 1-2 EIL) fell to the Highlanders (2-1, 2-1) at Stow Acres.
St. John’s (Shrewsbury) 193, St. Bernard’s 208 — Matt Foley shot even-par 36, while teammate Tim Umphery had a 1-over 37 and Brendan Cronin shot 3-over 39 at Wachusett CC to lift the host Pioneers (9-1, 4-0 Central Mass.) past the Bernardians (5-3, 1-2).
Beverly 16, Marblehead 47 — The Panthers (2-0) were led by freshman Julia Curtin (19:30) and sophomore Abby Walsh (19:31).
Quabbin 27, Westborough 28 — Westboro’s Emily Desmond (20:47) finished first on her home 3-mile course, while teammate Sabrina Goebel (21:31) was third for the Rangers (1-2, 1-2 Midland B), but the Panthers (4-0, 2-0) tied the meet, 28-28, when Miriam Wood (20:40), Shantelle Kresch (21:39) and Kayla Whitcomb (21:44) rounded out the top five. The Panthers won the tiebreaker when Maureen Whitney (23:05) finished sixth.
Shepherd Hill 17, Fitchburg 38 — Lucy Harmon (19:32), Julia Carrier (19:33), Julieanna Schultz (19:33) and Brianna Ellis (19:55) took the top four spots on their home 2.7-mile course to lead the Rams (1-1, 1-1). Micaela Canessa (20:21) was fifth for the Red Raiders (0-2, 0-2)
Lunenburg 23, Bromfield 32 — Bromfield’s Katie Toll placed first on her 3.1-mile home course in a time of 22:04, but the Blue Knights (2-2, 1-2) took the next four spots to pull out the Wachusett C victory in Harvard. Haley McKenzie (23:12), Hannah Lahey (23:26), Ashley Hyde (24:02) and Gabrielle Deschenes (24:03) followed Toll across the line. The Trojans slip to 1-3, 1-2.
Sizer 20, Abby Kelley Foster 35 — Grace Schwartz (26:12) was first for Abby Kelley (0-3), but host Sizer (3-0) swept the next four places -- Maya Flowers (27:00), Emma Barry (27:16), Emma Daigle (27:17) and Natalie Constant (29:10) -- on the 3-mile course.
Parker Charter 15, Monty Tech 49 — Emma McHutchen, Phoebe Von Conta and Lexi Rolfe all finished in 19:32 to take the top spot on Parker’s 2.8-mile course, while Riley Plamondon (20:01) and Eliza Agosta (20:14) rounded out the top five to lead the No. 5 Panthers (2-0, 2-0) past the Bulldogs (1-2). Parker had nine of the top 10 spots.
Algonquin 19, Leominster 42 — Algonquin’s Megan Walsh set a record by topping the 2.8-mile course in Leominster in 18:55 to help the No. 4 Tomahawks (3-0, 2-0) down the Blue Devils (2-2, 0-2). Kendyl Fanelli (20:08) was third for Algonquin, while teammate Jen Fox (20:12) was fourth and Amanda Pageau (20:19) was fifth. Kelsey Bedard (19:10) finished second for Leominster.
Wachusett 18, Shrewsbury 37 — Kate Gobi (22:30) and Jamie Salla (22:32) took the top two spots, while Sarah Matys (22:50) finished fourth and Audrey Keohane (22:56) was fifth on the 3.1-mile course in Shrewsbury to lead the No. 2 Mountaineers (2-0, 2-0 Midland A). Olivia Murray (22:33) was third for Shrewsbury (1-1, 1-1), while freshman Maura McNamara (23:07) was sixth.
Worcester North 22, Doherty 38 — Lindsey Allan (22:43) was first, Jasmine Addei (25:51) was third and Pelanie Oungougai (25:46) was fifth to lead the host Polar Bears (2-1, 2-1 Inter-High) on their 3.1-mile course. Doherty’s Caitlin Lynch (23:40) was second and teammate Brianne Barrett (25:36) was fourth for the Highlanders (0-2, 0-2).
Portsmouth Abbey 23, Bancroft 37 — Page Cassidy placed third in a time of 21:05 but the Bulldogs (1-4) dropped a pair of matches to the Ravens and Newton Country Day on their 3.1-mile home course.
Bishop Feehan 2, Bishop Stang 0 — The sixth-ranked Shamrocks (5-0) got two goals from junior midfielder Emily Hogan.
North Andover 5, Billerica 1 — Senior captain Mikayla Guthrie and junior Abbie Karalis each scored twice for the host Knights (5-1).
Dedham 1, Walpole 0 — Senior forward Meghan Mcfarland buried the lone goal in the 50th minute for the No. 18 Marauders (5-1-2).
Greater Lawrence 1, Lynn Tech 0 — A goal by senior Taylor Schmitz early in the second half was the difference for the Reggies (5-3).
Plymouth North 2, Hanover 0 — Junior forwards Brianna Malaguti and Amelia Burke each scored to lead the Eagles (5-2-1).
Lexington Christian 8, Concord Academy 0 — Junior Katie Braga scored two goals and senior captains Kesha Porter and Amanda Namchuck had one each for the Lions(5-0).
Shawsheen 5, Chelsea 0 — Senior captain Emily Irwin had two goals and an assist for the Rams (6-1).
Weymouth 2, Brookline 1 — The Wildcats (5-2) got the winning goal from junior midfielder Jill Smith with 20 minutes to go.
Natick 5, Norwood 0 — Sophomore striker Sheila McQuillen paced the Redhawks (3-3) with two goals and an assist.
Danvers 7, Revere 0 — Junior Allie Zunick had a hat trick and senior Meaghan McCarriston added two goals and an assist for the No. 20-ranked Falcons (6-1-1).
Notre Dame (Tyngsborough) 3, Northeast 0 — Freshman Maya Wilson and seniors Aletta Brown and Mary-Grace Handy all scored for the Lancers (4-2-1).
Blue Hills 4, Old Colony 0 — Senior Shardae Lobo scored two goals to lead the Warriors (3-3-1). Senior Jess Politano and junior Carli Brown also scored.
Milton 3, Wellesley 2 — In her first varsity appearance, freshman Laura Hill scored the winning goal with five minutes left in regulation for the Wildcats (4-3). Fellow freshman Chae Diani registered two goals.
Governor’s Academy 2, St. George’s 0 — Junior striker Tricia Pollock scored both goals for the Governors (3-0).
Bridgewater-Raynham 1, Durfee 0 — Junior Nicole Gerraghty scored in the 43d minute, assisted by senior Sarah King, for the Trojans (6-0-1). Sophomore goaltender Emily Chrisfulla posted her third shutout of the season.
Hingham 4, Plymouth South 1 — The No. 10 Harbormen (7-0) received a pair of goals each from senior forward Julia Patterson and sophomore forward Eve Hewins.
Essex Tech 4, Mystic Valley 0 — Sophomore Ella Spiess completed a hat trick to pace the Rams (5-3).
Berwick 4, Kents Hill 0 — Brooke Downey scored two goals and assisted another and Bulldog goaltender Sam Montagano posted her third shutout of the year.
Wachusett 2, Algonquin 1 — Megan Amaral came out of a scrum in front of the net and got a foot on a loose ball off a long throw-in to the box to score the winning goal with 17 minutes left and lead the visiting Mountaineers (6-0-1, 3-0-1 Midland A). Wachusett’s Casey Rotti tied the game in the first half. Sophomore Caroline McAndrews scored to give the Tomahawks (3-2, 2-2 Midland A) an early lead.
Holy Name 8, Burncoat 1 — Seniors Kate Wroblewski and Gigi Guenther teamed up for five goals, with Wroblewski recording a hat trick, as the visiting Naps (2-2-2) raced past the Patriots (2-4-1). Sam Callery scored for Burncoat.
Quabbin 2, Marlborough 0 — Madison Waldron and Megan Pulnik scored in the second half, while Hayden Wheeler (7 saves) posted the shutout to lead visiting Quabbin (2-1-3, 2-0-2 Midland B) past Marlboro (1-5, 0-4). Hannah MacKay made 10 saves for Marlboro.
Parker Charter 4, Monty Tech 2 — Riley Sanderson, Phoebe Sanderson, Emma Parker and Rayna Basma scored to lead the Panthers past the Bulldogs (4-2, 0-2 Colonial) at Oakmont Regional. Natalie Arsenault and Madison Russo scored for Monty Tech.
Nipmuc 2, Sutton 1 — Gabby Correia scored in the 26th minute and again in the 65th minute on a penalty kick to lead the host Warriors (6-1, 4-0 Dual Valley). Haley Thurber scored in the third minute to give the Suzies (6-2, 5-1) an early lead.
Shepherd Hill 2, Shrewsbury 1 — Lindsay Ferreira and Rebecca Nguyen gave the visiting Rams (2-3-0, 1-3-0) the lead before Grace Foley pulled the Colonials (2-2-1, 1-2-1) within a goal.
Bancroft 4, Winchendon 0 — Eighth-grader Sophia Simon recorded her first varsity hat trick and Katie Bovenzi made six saves for the host Bulldogs (3-2). Simon scored in the ninth and 38th minute of the first half then added an insurance goal in the 60th minute after seventh-grader Kaya Dorogi scored to make it 3-0. Alyssa Shear assisted on both first-half goals.
Marianapolis 9, Williams (Conn.) 0 — Freshman Jordan Desaulnier (4 saves) notched her third shutout to boost the host Golden Knighrs (5-1m 3-0 SENE).
Hamilton-Wenham 2, Rockport 0 — Goals by freshman Cara Goudie and sophomore Mackenzie Plante propelled the Generals (3-3-1).
Masconomet 3, Amesbury 0 — Abby Campbell, Sophie Adams, and Alex Brann scored for the Chieftains (4-0-3).
Lynnfield 5, Pentucket 1 — Senior Bailey Fanikos scored a hat trick for the No. 10 Pioneers (7-0).
Needham 5, Newton North 2 — Allie Brinkhaus scored twice and Kailey Conry had three assists for the Rockets (7-2).
Lexington 3, Winchester 2 — Senior Pippa Offerhaus scored the winning goal and had an assist for the Minutemen (5-2).
Watertown 6, Stoneham 0 — The top-ranked Raiders (6-0) were led by senior Emily Loprete (two goals) and sophomore Kourtney Kennedy (one goal, two assists).
Beaver Country Day 1, Montrose 0 — Senior Grace Bucking scored for the Beavers (1-0), who opened the season with a victory.
Weston 2, Concord-Carlisle 0 — Elizabeth Dennehy and Jodi Foote picked up the tallies for the Wildcats.
Sutton 7, Oxford 1 — Liza Welch had five goals to propel the host Suzies (6-2). Kylie Farrell and Abby Shute added goals for Sutton. Victoria Parr scored for the Pirates (1-5-2).
Newton North 100, Walpole 86 — Senior captain Sasha MacDonald came in first in diving for the Tigers.
Chelmsford 94, Notre Dame (Tyngsborough) 81 — Junior Elena Brown won diving with a 211.25 for the Lions.
Needham 96, Norwood 64 — Sophomore Olivia Curran won the diving for the host Rockets (4-1).
Notre Dame (Worcester) 93, Mt. Alvernia 74 — Hanna Durand won the 50 freestyle (28.34) and the 100 freestyle (1:03.35) and Sarah Ramsaran won the 200 individual medley (2:56.62) and the 100 breaststroke (1:23.37) to lead the Rebels (2-0). They were also members of the winning 200 medley relay, along with Lizzie Paez and Isabel Russel. That foursome also won the 200 freestyle relay.
Globe correspondent Ryan Leger contributed to this report.