Rockport 3 Ipswich 2
The Vikings improve to 2-0-4 on the year after battling back from a two-goal deficit in the first 10 minutes of the game.
“It was the first time all year that we’ve been behind and we were behind by two right off the bat,” head coach Dave Curley said. “But we settled down in the first half and battled back in the second half. Everyone played great.”
David Warde cut the Ipswich lead to 2-1 early in the first half on a header and goal keeper Richie Powers tied the score 10 minutes later on a penalty kick. Warde delivered the game winner with 18 minutes to go in the match on another header and the Vikings held off the CAL Baker leading Tigers the rest of the way.
Rockport is back in action on Thursday at Masconomet (3:45 p.m.).
Gloucester 4 Winthrop 3
Gloucester bounced back from a loss on Monday by holding off Winthrop on the road Wednesday to improve to 5-2 on the season.
Kaitlin Marques and Whitney Schrock came up big for the Fishermen with two goals and an assist each. Darcy Muller and Willow Phoenix had an assist each.
Gloucester is back in action on Saturday when Austin Prep visits Newell Stadium (1:30 p.m.).
Gloucester 54 Peabody 18 (Tuesday)
Gloucester 41 Swampscott 31
The Fishermen bounced back from a loss on Monday with two wins in two days including a victory over the defending NEC South champion Swampscott Big Blue.
Gloucester won every individual match at Peabody with Timmy White’s 9-0 win and Anthony Sanfilippo’s 8.5-.5 win leading the charge.
On Wednesday at Tedesco Country Club, Gloucester picked up wins from Colby Mitchell (5.5-3.5), Ryan Muniz (5-4), Robby Horne (7.5-1.5), White (5.5-3.5) and Sanfilippo (5-4).
The Fishermen are right back in action this afternoon at home against Somerville (4 p.m.).
North Reading 133 Rockport 91
The Vikings fall to 1-5 with the loss on Tuesday.
Hayden Beaton once again paced Rockport by leading all scorers with 30 points. Jake Engle scored 15 while Jacob English and Bowen Slingluff each chipped in 14 pointes.
Rockport is back in action against Gloucester on Friday at Rockport Golf Club.
Gloucester 2 Swampscott 2
Gloucester remains unbeaten at 3-0-2 with the draw against a fellow NEC South rival. Mia Salah and Cate Delaney were the Gloucester goal scorers.
The Fishermen are back in action on Thursday at Peabody (5:30 p.m.).
Manchester Essex 24 Lynnfield 31 (Girls)
The Lady Hornets improve to 4-1 on the year with the win on Wednesday.
Eve Feuerbach and Holly Fossa were the Hornet’s top two finishes placing second and third respectively. Olivia Turner finished fifth, Lily Coote sixth and Olivia Ford placed eighth to help Manchester Essex hold off the Pioneers.
Lynnfield 24 Manchester Essex 31 (Boys)
Manchester Essex falls to 0-5 with the close loss on the road Wednesday.
Will Kenney turned in a first place finish to lead the way and Matt Carter finished third, but Lynnfield took the next four spots and had the second place finisher to overtake the Hornets and pick up the win.
Both the boys and girls squads are back at home on Wednesday against North Reading (3:45 p.m.).