Ruiz leads comeback
Iovanne Ruiz notched career-highs in assists (18) and digs (33) and Ayssa Goulet had 23 service points as Greater Lawrence rallied past PMA 25-9, 19-25, 16-25, 25-13, 16-14.
Hat trick for Crocetti
Emily Crocetti tallied three goals as Londonderry scored four times in the second half to beat Dover 4-0.
Kelsey Locke made 20 saves as Whittier played Minuteman to a 0-0 tie.
Jack Grubbs took medalist honors with a 36 and Connor Greenleaf and James McKee carded 37s as Windham rolled to the easy tri-meet win to improve to 14-0.
Ryan Broderick shot a career-low 39 and Jordan Tutt completed the comeback with a surprising 44 as Londonderry rallied to beat Exeter 210-211 and sweep its quad-meet.
Tie goes to Pythons
Pelham won the tie-breaker and beat Mascenic, 173-174, to sweep a quad-meet. Jake Vaiknoras (39) was medalist. According to coach Joe Vaiknoras, it’s the first time Mascenic has ever lost at home.
Haverhill’s Evan Penney had 8 saves and Methuen’s Shane Godek 7 in a scoreless tie.
Big Ranger tie
Megan Langlois made 15 saves, 11 in the second half as Methuen (3-3-1) and unbeaten Haverhill played to a scoreless tie in girls soccer action. Marlayna Buco had 8 saves for the 4-0-4 Hillies.
First for Sachems
Carley Desjardins and Tayla Racca scored as Pentucket field hockey (1-2-4) blanked Amesbury, 2-0, for its first win of the season.
Jacob Fudge had the hat trick and Fabricio Torres contributed three assists as Whittier drubbed Minuteman 6-1.
Jenna Savi’s goal and Nicole Curtis’ net play (5 saves) earned Merrimack soccer a 1-0 win over SNHU.
Stephanie Sheehan and Jennifer Cain combined for 28 kills and junior Corrine Gosselin of Lawrence added four blocks as Merrimack beat SNHU 3-2.