High school round-up – Lowell Sun


Girls Soccer

Nashoba Tech 4, Academy of Notre Dame 1

Sadie Tracy scored a hat trick as Nashoba Tech tutored the Academy of Notre Dame Tyngsboro, 4-1, Oct. 7.

Max Prep’s Player of the Week, Tracy has been racking up the points scoring 12 goals and five assists on the season. Nasta Koyutis sealed the victory netting the final Viking goal. Freshmen Abigail Steers, Ally Montgomery, sophomores Ashley Hart and Olivia Richard, each picked up assists. Goalie Emily Skinner held the NDA to just one goal in an excellent showing in net.


Boys Soccer

Billerica 2, Tewksbury 0

Senior Anthony Giordano scored the game-winner within the first few minutes, as Billerica bumped off Tewksbury, 2-0, at Tewksbury Memorial High.

Giordano gave his team the early lead scoring off of a feed from Griffin Spach. Senior Dan Burns potted the insurance goal late in the second half, off a nice crossfield carry by Colton Jaques. Billerica’s defense was solid led by senior Elia Flaounas, Brady Hunt, and outside back Kayden Kabuye, keeping Tewksbury away from any rebounds. Junior goalie Riwaj Singh made three saves, posting his second shutout of the week.


Littleton 3, Quabbin 0

Ryan Denehy scored two goals, as the Littleton boys soccer team quieted Quabin, 3-0, Oct. 7

Lucas Mueller netted the other goal, assisted Tyler Castillo. Timmy Jean also picked up a helper.

Goaltender Aiden Leduc held the fort posting the shutout.



North Middlesex 33, Shepherd Hill 22

Medalist Xander Murray led the way shooting -37 (+2), as the North Middlesex golf team grounded Shepherd Hill, 33-22, Oct. 7 at Northern Spy Golf Course.

Other Notables performances included Andrew Peterson (39), Jake Miller (39) and Mike Archambault (39) of North Middlesex. Will Reece (40), Jason Mayotte (40) and Anthony Barbage (40) lso played well for Shawsheen.

Shawsheen 127. Lowell Catholic 82

Low medalist Matt Tramonte (41 & 27 points) led the way as the Shawsheen golf team topped Lowell Catholic, 127-82, at the Four Oaks Golf Course.

The Rams were guided by the scores of Liam Milne (25 points), Tyler Tsoukalas (22), Derek Nazzaro (22), Brendan Lee (17) amd Sean Schlehuber (14). The team will take on Bedford, Friday, Oct. 9.

Tewksbury 16.5, Dracut 3.5

John Ragucci was the match medalist carding a 39, as Tewksbury downed Dracut, 16.5-3.5, Oct. 7, at Hickory Hill Golf Course.

Tewksbury set the tone early in this MVCII match behind wins from Ragucci (4&3), Conor Cremin (3&1) and a Best Ball (3&2) victory. Additional winners for Tewksbury included Matt Cooke (3&2), Jason Cooke (3&1) Vincent Marchelletta (3&1) and Scott Lightburn (3&2). Dracut’s Colin Underwood (3&2) won his match. Dracut’s Colby Forestell and Tewksbury’s Jeremy Insogna flatted their match. Tewksbury’s Matt Cooke & Jeremy Insogna (2 Up), along with Andrew Della Piana & Jason Cooke (1 Up) won their Best Ball matches, while Vincent Marchelletta & Scott Lightburn Flatted their match with Dracut’s Cam Caron & Cam Ritchie. Tewksbury moves to 6-6 on the season with three matches left next week.

Tyngsboro 37.5, Littleton 16.5

Medalist Trevor Drew continued his stellar play with a 34 (2 under par), as Tyngsboro topped Littleton, 37.5-16.5, at Sky Meadow.

The win was Tyngsboro’s 10th in a row, improving its Mid-Wach C record to 7-0-1 (11-1-1 overall). Connor St. Gelais (37), Josh Savoie, Brandon St. Gelais, Ian Barton, and Fiona Johnson also won their matches. Luke Lafferty shot a 40 for Littleton.

Central 10.5, Billerica 9.5

Jeff Babineau was the top golder (2and1) shotting a 38, as Central Catholic was clipped 10.5-9.5, at Atkinson’s par 36 course.

Central was bolstered by the heady play of by the heady play of Tyler Kirby (2and1, 2nd, 41), Mac McCarthy (4th, 2and1), Jake Kramer (6th, 1up) and Kyle Espinola (8th, 3and2). Billerica’s Justin Cataldo (4and2) rounded out the taking third overall.



Bethany Christian Academy 3, Innovation 2

Innovation Academy snapped its 10-game winning streak, bowing out to Bethany Christian Academy, 3-2, Oct. 7.

The Hawks )10-1) held the lead two different times, taking the first set 25-17, dropping the second 25-20, before winning the third 25-23. BCA wasn’t finished, however, taking the fourth match 29-27, before taking the tiebreaker 15-11. Amanda Gately generated eight aces and 14 assists. Makayla Dingle provided solid net play with four kills, and seven service points.

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