The first round of the Division 1 North boys’ soccer tournament pitted two shorthanded city teams against each other.

East Boston and Brighton were both missing four star seniors because of the SATs. Despite the circumstances, East Boston came out on top, winning, 4-0, on Saturday to advance to Tuesday’s quarterfinal round.

“We lost 5-0 to them [earlier in the season] and I felt like we got mugged,’’ said Jets coach Lorenzo Di Benedetto. “We opened the field, used our speed, and maneuvered the ball to secure a win. The game was really well played, I felt like we had an extra zip.”

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Jets sophomore midfielder Bernard Xhullima scored the first goal, tucking the ball into the lower left corner. Xhullima assisted on a goal by senior forward Marvin Melgar 10 minutes later. Senior forward Juan Restrepo also scored for the Jets.

East Boston plays the winner of Sunday’s Chelmsford vs. Masconomet game.

St. John’s Prep 2, Framingham 1 — The third-ranked Eagles pulled out the win as senior Nate Schmidt headed the ball into the net in the final two minutes.

Acton-Boxboro 3, Peabody 0 — Senior forward Jeremy Abreu scored three goals.

Bedford 6, Shawsheen 1 — Junior midfielder Michael Bushman scored twice to lead the Buccaneers.

Girls’ soccer

Bishop Fenwick 6, Latin Academy 0 — Junior Annette Ruggiero scored three goals for the Crusaders.

Carver 3, Sacred Heart 1 — Junior forward Sami McGrath scored two goals for the Crusaders.

Field hockey

Weston 1, Beverly 0 — In Division 1 North, the 16th-seeded Wildcats knocked off top-seeded Beverly on a second-half goal from sophomore Ainsley Gilbard.

Masconomet 3, Reading 0 — Junior Belle Ives scored twice for the Chieftains.

Franklin 1, Mansfield 0 — Senior Hannah Magerman netted the lone goal for the Panthers (12-1-6).

Apponequet 1, Ashland 0 — Lakers junior Cara Storms broke a scoreless tie with 3:34 remaining. Senior goalie Jenna O'Leary posted her 16th shutout.

Canton 2, Dedham 1 — Sophomore forward Mary McNeil’s double-overtime strike kept the Bulldogs’ season alive.

Girls’ volleyball

Winchester 3, Stoneham 1 — Junior captain Rachael Smith had 22 assists for the Sachems (13-7).

Burlington 3, Greater Lawrence 1 — Senior Sarah Hood finished with 23 service points and four aces for the Red Devils, and junior Maya Russell contributed seven kills and 15 assists.

Bishop Fenwick 3, Swampscott 0 — Sophomore Madison Camelo tallied seven kills and four blocks to help lead the Crusaders.

Mystic Valley 3, North Shore 0 — Sophomore Jessica Phinney tallied 26 assists and Shannon Roseen had 15 kills.

Weymouth 3, Plymouth South 1 — Senior outside hitter Kelley Barrett recorded 11 kills and 17 digs to lead the 12-7 Wildcats.

Duxbury 3, Bishop Stang 0 — The Green Dragons advanced, winning, 25-15, 25-15, and 25-20.