High school round-up – Lowell Sun

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Golf

Shawsheen 126, Nashoba 100

Low medalist Tyler Tsoukalas scored 37 & 30 points, as the undefeated Shawsheen golf team beat Nashoba Tech, 126-100, Sept. 30.

With the win, Shawsheen stands at 10-0. Also scoring for the Rams were: Derek Nazzaro (22 points), Liam Milne (22), Colin Lawson (18), Brendan Lee (17) and Aidan Fortunado (17). Shawsheen plays Bedford on Friday, Oct. 1.

Tewksbury 19, Dracut 1

Match medalist Matt Cook carded a 38 on the day, as the Tewksbury golf team downed Dracut, 19-1, in an MVC II matchup at Trull Brook Golf Course.

With the win, Tewksbury snapped a three-match losing stream Cooke (3&1) was among seven individual winners for Tewksbury. He joined a talented group that also included John Ragucci (3&1), Bady Lane (1 Up), Conor Cremin (1 Up), Jeremy Insogna (3&2), Vincent Marchelletta (4&2) and Scott Lightburn (5&4). Tewksbury’s Andrew Della Piana and Dracut’s Andrew Chenevert flatted their individual match. Tewksbury was able to take all four Best Ball matches. With the win, Tewksbury improves to 4-5 on the season with three more matches next week.

Tyngsboro 52.5, Clinton 1.5

The Tyngsboro Tigers earned a trip to the state tournament with a 52.5-1.5 win over Clinton at Sky Meadow.

Trevor Drew led the way shooting a 33 on the par-36 course. He was bolstered by the stellar play of Connor St. Gelais (36), Josh Savoie (37) and Brandon St. Gelais. With the win, the Tyngsboro improved to 8-1-1, earning the postseason berth.

Shrewsbury 38.5, Groton-Dunstable 33.5

Medalist Ethan Loomis playing well shooting a 39, as Groton-Dunstable lost to Shrewsbury, 33.5-38.5.

Ryan Bushnell (40) and Will Conway (42) played well.

Nashoba 46.5, Groton-Dunstable 25.5

Nashoba medalist Marcus Dibello shot a 38, as his team topped Groton-Dunstable 46.5-25.5.

Groton now falls to 4-8 on the season.

Billerica, 4.5, Lowell, 3.5

Andover 5, Lowell 4

The Lowell High golf team suffered a double trouble, bowing out to both Billerica, 4.5-3.5, and Andover 5-4, in a tri-match at Mount Pleasant.

Lowell was led by Colin Pickett’s three under 33, with Michael Pickett and Jack Geary, also performing well. Winners for Billerica included: Ethan Cliff, Ben Cohen, Jackson Burke and Max Carpenter. Billerica’s Steven Betty Lowell and Jeff Babineau flatted their match.

Lowell Catholic 105, Northeast Regional 78

Eighth graders John Keefe and Finn Rourke led the Crusaders with 26 and 25 points, respectively, as Lowell Catholic topped Northeast Regional, 105-78.

Senior Ryan Koes had a season-high 21 points. Owen King and Matt Rossetti both scored 19 points for the victors. LC squares off against Greater Lowell, Oct. 1 at Four Oaks in Dracut.

Westford 53.5, Wayland 18.5

Senior Morgan Smith shot a 2-under par round of 33, as Westford Academy overwhelmed Wayland, 53.5-18.5.

Pacing the Westford attack were junior Molly Smith and sophomore Justin Davighi, both shooting 1-over par 36. The Grey Ghosts (7-2) finish its regular season next Wednesday at home vs Waltham.

 

Girls Soccer

Greater Lowell 6, Northeast Metro 2

Emily Sandelli scored the hat trick and added an assist, as Greater Lowell girls soccer stopped Northeast Metro, 6-2, Sept. 30.

Kim Siva, Emily Haas and Aliza Som also netted goals in the victory, with Sydney Geoffroy, Victoria Falcon, Ari Hernandez and Tyra Medina, added the assists. With the win, Greater Lowell improves to 5-2-3.

Whitter Tech 2, Nashoba Tech 1

Nashoba Tech was taken down by Nashoba Tech, 2-1.

Sophomore Ashley Hart scored Nashoba’s lone goal, with an assist from Sadie Tracy. Goaltender Nasta Koyutis played a stellar game in the net, while Carolyn Dorman and Tayla Contino provided excellent hustle running the midfield.

Shawsheen 3, Innovation 0

Junior midfielder Brielle Piggot scored off an early penalty kick, as Shawsheen shutout Innovation, 3-0.

The win was Shawsheen’s first of the season, improving its record to 1-7. Senior captain Ella Malvone added an insurance tally giving the team the 2-0 lead at halftime. Freshman midfielder Judith Sloman netted a tally in the second half, putting the game away. Leading the offensive was freshman forward Kendra Minghella and junior forward Riley Rourke. Midfielders Brielle Piggot and Caitlyn Aprile brought plenty of energy. Defenders Ashley Talbot, Makayla Melanson, Kerry Brown and Skylar Driscoll were also effective.

Freshman goalie Sydney MacPherson made 10 saves enroute to her first shutout. Shawsheen plays host to Dracut, Saturday, Oct. 9 at 1 p.m.

 

Volleyball

Innovation 3, Fellowship 0

Casey Dubois led the defensive effort, as Innovation volleyball flipped Fellowship Academy, 3-0, Sept. 30.

The Hawks clawed away at the Rams in a back-and-forth battle, winning in straight sets 25-20, 25-20, 25-22, while improving to 8-0. Hailey Lima, Emily Garcia, Melanie Bouzan, Amanda Gately and Makayla Dingle provided a solid and balanced attack. Sadie Coleman-Plourde and Ashley Fahey were also fantastic in the victory.

Chelmsford 3, Westford 2

Sammy Kelepouris garnered 34 assists, four aces and three kills, as Chelmsford took down Westford, 3-2.

After dropping it first match 25-19, Chelmsford bounced back taking the next two 25-23, 25-20. Westford hung tough winning the fourth set, with Chelmsford bouncing back to win the tiebreaker 15-10.Sidney Schwartz was sharpe making nine kills and three blocks. Emma Taylor totaled eight kills, 10 digs and three aces. Talia Giampa tallied 18 digs, four aces, two assists and a kill. Carli Edwards-Thomas also hammered 10 kills.

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