The scoring just keeps on coming for the Swampscott boys lacrosse team, as the Big Blue handled Triton, 15-9, at Byfield.Leading the way for Swampscott (4-1) was A.J. Zarinsky, who scored seven goals and added another four assists. Zarinsky already has marked down 27 points in the book.”He’s just a great offensive player,” said Swamspcott coach Josh Fields. “He’s very smart with the ball and can control the game.”Ben Wollersheid (5 goals, assist) also jumped into the scoring fray for the Big Blue while Emerson Rutkowski helped to control the middle of the field, winning numerous faceoffs and gaining possession to kick-start offensive plays.L’field 11, Fenwick 9At Peabody, Lynnfield enjoyed a strong offensive day from Evan Hammersley, who scored five goals. Tanner Hutchinson and Phil Knox both had two goals for the Pioneers (2-0). For Fenwick (3-3), Brandon Ballard, Eamon Barrett, Jordan Mizioch, and Mike Buonfiglio all scored two goals apiece. Pat Doliber added one goal and three assists.GIRLS LACROSSESalem 4, Peabody 3At Peabody, Katie Henrick, Jessica Leslie, and Brittany Lefave all recorded one goal each for the Tanners (1-1). Brittany Costa kept Peabody in the game with 13 saves.M’head 13, G’ster 3At Marblehead, Juliet Munroe led the way for the Magicians, scoring four goals. Marblehead entered the half with a 7-2 lead. Adding to the scoring was Elise DiPrisco with two goals. In net for Marblehead (2-0), Kelly Collins and Amelia Brown combined for a total of five saves.BOYS TENNISPrep 5, Danvers 0At St. John’s, the Eagles (4-1) got wins from James Houlden at first singles, 6-0, 6-0; Spencer Canny, second singles, 6-0, 6-0; John Corvi, third singles, 6-0, 6-0; Chris Trosin-Chris Sullivan, first doubles, 6-1, 6-0; and Evan Terry-Reed Terry, 6-1, 6-1.Ipswich 3, L’field 2At Lynnfield, the Pioneers (1-1) got wins from Nick Scangas at first singles, 6-3, 6-1, and Steve Carr-Mike Bratt, first doubles, 1-6, 7-6, 6-2.GIRLS TENNISL’field 5, Ipswich 0At Ipswich, Lynnfield’s Jen George won at first singles, 6-0, 6-1; Lindsay Buchanan, 6-2, 6-2, at second singles; and Kara Soni, 7-5, 6-3, at third singles. Allison Bodek-Julia Broding won 6-0, 6-1, at first doubles and Jess DiFillippo-Kristen DiFillippo won 6-0, 6-0, in the two spot. Lynnfield is 2-0.Beverly 5, Danvers 0At Danvers, the Panthers won at every spot, but first singles was a battle. Beverly’s Sabrina Salmela pulled out a tough match against Danvers freshman Anna Dokina, 6-3, 6-4. Beverly also had wins from Meghan Corcoran, second singles, 6-1, 6-1; Sophie Blau, third singles, 6-0, 6-2; Amanda Krugman-Gina Pinciaro at first doubles, 6-0, 6-0; and Kate Johnson-Robyn Spiridigliozzi, 6-2, 6-4.BOYS TRACKPeabody 85, M’head 27At Marblehead, Dulu Gaye led the Tanners, winning three events. Gaye won the 100 (11.4), 300 low (42.5) and the long jump (19-0). Also winning for Peabody were Nour Shahin, shot put (45-10) and discus (114-0); Alex Gomes, mile (4:42); Kevin Monteiro, 2-mile (7:49); and Rameses Montero, 800 (2:06).For Marblehead, Jacob Evanter won the 110 hurdles (15.1) and Taariq Allen won the high jump (5-9).Saugus 76, Classical 46At Manning Field, Saugus won its first event of the season. Winning for Classical were Quivari Jackson, long jump (19-5) and triple jump (39-11). The Classical relay team of Jackson, Jaquan Houston, Gary Sisson, and Tony Johnson won the 4×100 (49.4).GIRLS TRACKSaugus 92, Classical 34At Manning Field, the Rams swept the 100 in their first loss of the season. Winning the 100 was Shamara Lopez (13.6). Karen Perez placed second (14.3), while Samara Faustin came in third (14.6).Also for Classical, Frances Mathieu placed second in both the triple jump (30-.25) and the 200 (28.5).BOYS GOLFFenwick 148, P. John 103At The Meadows, the Crusaders (1-0) had strong performances by Anthony Ricci (29 points), Steve Cleary (28 points), Blaine Thibodeau (21 points), Mark Price (19 points) and Brian McConnell (18 points).