High school round-up – Lowell Sun


Girls Soccer

Greater Lowell 6, Northeast Regional 1

Tyra Medina and Emily Sandelli each potted a pair of goals, as the Greater Lowell girls soccer team levelled Northeast Regional, 6-1, Oct. 8.

Jada Santos scored a goal and added an assist, while Ari Hernandez also potted an insurance marker. Ashleigh Santos, Aliza Som and Emily Haas, each added an assist. Goalie Julia Canario was in control making four saves. With the win Greater Lowell improves to 6-2-3.



North Middlesex 28.5, Oakmont 25.5

Oakmont medalist Johnny Gastonguay shot a 37 (+2), as his team fell to North Middlesex golf, 28.5-25.5, at Northern Spy Golf Club/

With the win North Middlesex improves to 8-0 (13-3 overall), while Oakmont falls to 7-5.

North Middlesex golfers Andrew Peterson and Max Caliri both shot a 38, on the par-35 course. Oakmont’s Jake Rasmussen also shot a 39.

Shawsheen 134, Bedford 122

Rams medalist Matt Tramonte was on his game, as Shawsheen beat Bedford, 134-122.

Tramonte remained terrific earning a 39 & 30 points, respectively. The Rams were also bolstered by the stellar play of

Tyler Tsoukalas (28 points), Brendan Lee (21), Derek Nazzaro (19), Liam Milne (19) and Sean Schlehuber (17)/

Shawsheen will set its sights on Greater Lawrence of Tuesday.


Boys Soccer

Lincoln-Sudbury 4, Westford 0

Westford goalie Tom Kohen made seven saves, as the Westford boys soccer team lost to Lincoln-Sudbury, 4-0.

L-S held the 3-0 lead at halftime, enroute to the victory.



Lincoln-Sudbury 3, Westford 0

The Lincoln-Sudbury volleyball team shutout Westford, 3-0.

L-S won in straight sets 25-13, 25-26, and 27-25, to complete the sweep.

Innovation 3, Notre Dame Academy 2

Amanda Gately was an all-around threat, as Innovation Academy edged Norte Dame Academy of Tyngsboro, 3-2.

Trailing Notre Dame 2-1, following three highly competitive sets of 25-21, 23-25, 25-23, Innovation regrouped winning the fourth set, 25-23, before taking the tiebreaker, 15-9. Gately was an all-around standout, while Makayla Dingle and Joyce Nabagereka provided sound defense. The dup combined for five blocks during the final two sets. With the win, the Hawks improve to 11-1.

Nashoba 5, Wachusett 2

Opposite hitter Norah Bracci registered 13 kills, an assist, and a dig, as Nashoba nudged Wachusett, 3-2.

After dropping its first set 25-20, Nashoba bounced back with a pair of 25-11, 25-19 wins, putting Wachusett on the ropes.

Wachusett battled back in the fourth set 25-21, but Nashoba took the tiebreaker 15-12. Jenny White had six kills and 10 digs. Libero Devyn Wells also had a great night with 35 digs. Nashoba now stands at 5-4 (9-4 overall) in league play.

North Middlesex 3, Marlboro 0

Alex Caliri pulled nine aces, as North Middlesex mauled Marlboro, 3-0.

Working like a well-oiled machine, North Middlesex won on straight sets 25-14, 25-10, 25-10. Angela Kopec fueled the offense with six kills and a block. Tess McDevitt had two aces and three kills.


Field Hockey

Groton-Dunstable 1, Westboro 0

Sophie Fournier netted the lone goal of the game, as Groton-Dunstable field hockey blanked Westboro, 1-0.

The seniors rallied in their senior game. Katy Paveglio, Jenna Koch and Julia Furman, also played well. Goalie Caitlin Saboliauskas was sharp for three quarters, making four 4 saves. Annabelle Apigian played a quarter, making a save, sharing the shutout.

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