Groton-Dunstable girls takes second at D5 Championships – Lowell Sun

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Moriah Scharn shined on the track leading the Groton-Dunstable girls track team to a solid second place showing at the Division 5 State Championship meet, Feb. 18. At the Reggie Lewis Track.
The Crusaders posted 52 points in the meet, second only to Weston (77.33), while ahead of third place finisher Littleton (44).
Scharn placed first overall in the 55-meter hurdles with a school record time, one of four the Crusaders recorded. She also took second in the high jump at an even 5-feet. Meanwhile, the 4×200 meter relay team of Cassidy Heulings, Danielle Thompson, Lindsey Earle and Siena Salyer, also set the pace with a history-making placing first place performance at 1:47.99. Salyer continued to soar in the 55-meter dash, scoring second, while setting another school record at 7.315.
A pair of Crusaders legged out gutty performances in the two-mile with Georgia Brooks (fourth, 12:04.51) and Kimmie Harding (fifth, setting the tone). Brooks also placed seventh in the mile (5:26.62) followed closely by teammate Catherine Daly (eighth, 5:27.45). Daly capped the day with yet another school record, placing 10th in the 1000 at 3:16.45.

Girls Hockey
Billerica/Chelmsford 3, Reading 1
Victoria Apostolakes netted the game-winning goal and added an assist, as Billerica/Chelmsford (10-10) rebuffed Reading (6-7-1).
Apostolakes sparked a two-goal outburst in the second period, setting up Remoré Serra with the go-ahead tally, before burying the eventual game winner a little later. Sofia Balan assisted on both strikes, with Giovanna Gulinello also adding a helper. Lea Gasper iced the victory scoring a shorthanded goal in the third period. That was all the offense Sarah Noyes would need, as she made 15 saves to hold on for the victory.

Girls Basketball

Central 58, Franklin 35
Ashley Dinges scored 24 points, including four treys and 15 rebounds, as Central (14-4) flipped Franklin.
Trailing 23-20 at the half, Central climbed back in the game with Claire Finney adding 18 points.

Littleton 54, Tyngsboro 37
After a big 54-37 win over Maynard, the Littleton girls basketball team are moving on.
The Middies will tipoff with Tyngsboro in the finals of the Mid Wach Class C tourney, Sunday, Feb. 20 at Worcester State. The game is set for 10 a.m.

Why are these girls smiling? After a big 54-37 win over Maynard, the Littleton girls basketball team are moving on.The Middies will tipoff with Tyngsboro in the finals of the Mid Wach Class C tourney, Sunday, Feb. 20 at Worcester State. The game is set for 10 a.m. Courtesy photo

 



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