Senior captain Nico Pascual-Leone got things going for Wayland (6-4-4, 4-0-2 DCL Small), scoring on a through ball from junior Chris Connell at the 20-minute mark to beat Weston in a Dual County League game yesterday, 2-0. Pascual-Leone was robbed of a goal on a penalty kick 12 minutes later by a great save by the Weston goalie, but things were nip-and-tuck until senior captain Chris D'Amico scored on the next penalty kick with five minutes left in the game. This was the third shutout for goalie Matt Edwards. Leading a smothering defense were junior Mark Blahnik, senior Doug Lyons, junior David Cohen and senior Andrew Herstine. Wayland will play at home on Wednesday against Concord-Carlisle in a battle for the DCL Small title, as both teams are undefeated in the league. MARLBOROUGH 3, LEOMINSTER 1: Senior Jorge Ayala broke open a game that was tied 0-0 at the half, getting two goals to lead Marlborough (9-6-2, 6-3-1 Mid-Wach B) to a victory against Leominster (1-12-2 Mid-Wach A) yesterday in Marlborough. Junior Armando Canela also scored. Marlborough outshot Leominster 16-2. Marlborough will play Milford Monday at 4 p.m. in Marlborough. NIPMUC 1, ALGONQUIN 1: Colin Jackson scored off a corner kick as Nipmuc (8-6-1) broke even with non-league host Algonquin. Goalie Andrew Morin played well in net for the Warriors. GIRLS SOCCER NASHOBA 6, NORTH MIDDLESEX 0: Junior Julie Czapkowski started the scoring early on Homecoming weekend with a blast from the top of the box six minutes into the game and the shots kept coming as Nashoba (14-0-1, 8-0-1 Mid-Wach B) topped North Middlesex (5-10-1) yesterday in Bolton. Also scoring for Nashoba were junior Laura Courtney, senior Callie Millet, junior Laura Courtney, senior Magan Baldwin and freshman Kylie Lance. Getting assists for Nashoba were junior Kim Slade, senior Gabby Sloan, junior Anna Walsh and freshman Amber Gustafson. Baldwin, returning from ACL surgery last summer, scored her first goal of the season. Passing and great team effort led to the victory. Nashoba will host the Wachusett Mountaineers on Tuesday at 7 p.m. HOPEDALE 3, MARLBOROUGH 2: Rita Maurais scored in the 69th minute to put Hopedale ahead for good as the Blue Raiders (9-4-1) beat non-league foe Marlborough (6-6-2). Jessica Messier and Anna Siefring added the other goals for the Blue Raiders. Senior Jenna Marcello made seven saves for the win. Kimberly Dixon and Colleen Condry scored the goals for Marlborough. WELLESLEY 3, MARTHA'S VINEYARD 0: Junior Bianca Webb scored all three Wellesley goals as the Raiders (13-3) beat non-league foe Martha's Vineyard from Wellesley High School. Lauren Cuddy had two assists for Wellesley while Tessa Broholm picked up one. Anne Stewart made one save for the shutout, her sixth of the year. The entire Raider team played great defense and rarely let the ball get into their defensive end. BLACKSTONE-MILLVILLE 1, BARTLETT 0: Junior Khyanna Arias scored off a pass from senior Vicky Oliveira to propel Blackstone-Millville (7-4-5) to a non-league win over host Bartlett. Senior goalie Felicia Burr made six saves in the shutout. LITTLETON 3, MAYNARD 0: Goalie Isabella Gubala played well but Maynard (7-4-3) fell to non-league opponent Littleton. ALGONQUIN 2, NIPMUC 0: Erica Blanchard had a goal and an assist as Algonquin (11-2-2) blanked non-league foe Nipmuc. Michaela Horne also scored while Carly O'Connell had an assist for the Tomahawks. Goalie Sarah Jackson made six saves in collecting the shutout for Algonquin. WEST BOYLSTON 1, ASSABET 0: Junior goalie Taylor Rondeau made 21 saves as Assabet (9-3-3) fell to West Boylston in non-league action. Senior midfielder Jackie Orangio and sweeper Lenee Cyr also played well for the Aztecs. BOYS CROSS COUNTRY HOPEDALE WINS WACHUSETT INVITATIONAL: Sophomore Paul Maurais finished the 5k race in 17:09, good for first overall, helping Hopedale win its eighth straight Class C meet from the 54th annual Wachusett Invitational in Holden. Matt Doran (17:37), Aaron Maurais (17:39), Nick Bird (17:51), and Anthony Tandy (17:52) finished second through fifth, respectively. Hopedale will run on Wednesday at the Dual Valley Conference Championship meet. GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY HOPEDALE TAKES FIFTH AT QUABBIN INVITATIONAL: Lauren Bird finished 11th overall in 20:19 as to lead Hopedale to a fifth-place finish out of a field of 11 teams at the Quabbin Invitational held at the 2.92-mile Quabbin High School course. Narragansett won the meet with 46 points. Nora DeBoer placed 14th in 20:30 for the Blue Raiders. Nipmuc placed ninth overall with 245 points. The meet also featured freshman and middle school races. FRESHMAN SALLEY MEDALS AT MSTCA INVITATIONAL: Holliston freshman Kate Salley medaled in the 2.1-mile freshman race with her sixth-place finish in 13:30 at the MSTCA Twilight Invitational at Falmouth High School yesterday. In the varsity race, Jill Rosati finished 19th over the 3.1-mile course while in the sophomore race, Virginia Hanstad placed 17th overall with a time of 21:18 for Holliston. FIELD HOCKEY DOVER-SHERBORN 3, KING PHILIP 0: Nikki Keene had a goal and an assist to help Dover-Sherborn (12-1-2) to a non-league field hockey win over host King Philip. Andrea Marx and Leah Salamone added the other Raider goals. Amanda Miner chipped in with two assists. Abby Shannon made three saves for the shutout. NANTUCKET 3, ASHLAND 2: Laura Puntini had a goal and an assist but it was not enough as Ashland (4-9-2) fell to visiting Nantucket in a non-league tilt. Bri Maher also tallied for the Clockers.