Lions Loeber torches North Andover – Lowell Sun
Maggie Loeber levied five goals and an assist, as Chelmsford powered past North Andover 12-8, Tuesday afternoon.
Olivia Hall fueled the attack netting two goals and adding two assists. Tori Apostolakes tapped in a pair, with Jill Martin adding a goal and an assist. Ava Balan (goal), Caitlin Walsh (goal, two points) and Caroline Pitts (assist) rounded out the scoring.
Lowell Hall of Fame seeks nominations
The Lowell High School Hall of Fame Selection Committee is now accepting applications for its 2022 induction class.
Deadline for nominations is May 15.
Candidates must have graduated from LHS in 2012 or earlier. Applications are available online at: lhs.lowell.k12.ma.us/halloffame.
Applications may be dropped of in the Athletic Dept. office at LHS or mailed to: Bob Boehm, 81 Rivercliff Rd. Lowell 01852-1434.
Groton-Dunstable 14, Algonquin 2
Lauren Haggerty got a handle on Algonquin.
The Groton-Dunstable pitcher went the distance walking one, fanning five, while also lacing three hits including a two-run double, as the Crusaders cruised to victory.
Claudia Dutile delivered three hits, two RBI and two runs. Emma Hulslander hammered a pair of RBI singles, scoring twice. Annie Apigian, Erin Ciarfella, McKenna Vesty and Kana Norton each added a pair of hits in the landslide.
Windham 20, Pelham 0
Windham (6-4) came out swinging stopping Pelham (2-7), Tuesday afternoon
Pelham centerfielder Bella Furtado was solid in the field making six great catches. Shortstop Brooke Slaton singled, while making two putouts and three assists in the infield. Molly Sauer, Rylie Beisang, Shaelyn Hinton and Morgan Berton each had hits.
Pelham heads to Sanborn, Friday.\
Alvirne 11, Windham 3
Devin Smith drilled a two-run homer while providing stellar middle relief, as Alvirne upended Windham.
Starter Alex Blais didn’t have his best stuff allowing three hits and eight walks in 3.1 innings of work but battled hard. Ethan Moccia also went 3-for-4 at the plate
Greater Lowell 3, Lowell Catholic 0
Despite great net-front presence from John Nangle and Josh Barahona, Lowell Catholic (8-2) fell to Greater Lowell
The Crusaders refocus for another league match on Thursday.
Central Catholic 3, Billerica 2
In earlier action, Kaya Asmar defeated Sam Written at third singles 6-4, 7-5, as Central (1-4) edged Billerica for its first win, Monday May 1.
The Crusaders crushed it in singles competition taking all three matches.
Meg Washburn rebuffed Abigayle Rettmax at first singles 6-4, 6-1. Meg Malolepszy made all the right moves against Cali Metcalfe at third singles 6-2, 6-0.
Billerica was at its best in doubles action. Choloe McDermott and Lillian Elmstrom dropped Alessandra Sacchetti and Alana Shanahan at first doubles 7-5, 6-1. Anish Goel and Leah Pratt denied Grace Blanchette and Shelagh Murphy at second doubles 6-1, 6-4.