Defending state field hockey champion and No. 1-ranked Acton-Boxboro finished its regular season Saturday, beating No. 10 Beverly, 3-1.
With the tournament pairings coming out Monday, A-B should be the top seed in Division 1 North at 17-0-1.
“Whether you’re seeded first, second, whatever, it doesn’t matter to me,” said Colonials coach Mae Shoemaker. “We just have to stay healthy.”
Against the host Panthers (15-2-1), Cara Conery had a goal and two assists. Her assists went to Eleana Cardarelli and Leah Cardarelli and gave A-B a 2-0 lead at the half. After Beverly cut the lead to 2-1, Conery’s goal put it away.
Boys’ soccerWeymouth 1, BC High 0 — Jake Davenport scored a second-half goal and Lucas Rezende-Verge recorded his 10th shutout for the visiting Wildcats (7-5-5).
Foxborough 2, Dedham 1 — Devante Teixeira and Billy Antoine scored for the Warriors.