Lowell pentathletes run wild at MSTCA Multi-Fest – Lowell Sun


The Lowell High School girls track and field team put its best foot forward competing in Saturday’s pentathlon, at the MSTCA Multi-Fest in North Andover.

Junior Annamaria Mbuyu made her mark scoring sixth with 2,391 points, the third-best total in school history. Mbuyu performed very well throughout placing second in the meet in both the 100 high hurdles and long jump, while taking third in the high jump.

Sophomore Quinn Petzold enjoyed a strong meet placing 11th with 1,963 points. She took a fifth-place finish in the long jump, while ranking eighth in the high jump. Junior Olivia Gallagher was a consistent threat finishing 20th, while sophomore Drea Defreitas used a fifth-place finish in the high jump to help her rank 22nd overall.

Girls Lacrosse

Billerica 7, Reading 4

Sara MacLeod netted the hat trick, as Billerica (2-2 MVC, 5-2 overall) beat Reading.

Tied up 3-3 at halftime, Billerica found its footing with Julia Trainor scoring a pair and adding an assist. Giovanna Gulinello and Paige Murphy rounded out the scoring. Goaltender Katelyn D’Agostino made three saves in the victory.


Arlington Catholic 10, Lowell Catholic 7

Arlington Catholic scored five unanswered runs in the sixth inning to earn the come-from behind victory.

Drew Prindle (two hits, two RBI), Brady Prindle (two hits, triple, two RBI) and Danny McConologue (three hits, two RBI) helped give the Crusaders a 5-0 lead in the second, only to see it chipped away at over the next four frames. LC’s starting pitcher, Prindle surrendered six hits, a walk and five runs (four earned) in five innings of work. Robert Sheehan was charged with the loss in relief.

Shawsheen 4, North Reading 2

Owen Duggan delivered two hits, a run and an RBI, as Shawsheen stopped North Reading.

With the win, Shawsheen remains undefeated at 8-0. Shawsheen did all its damage in the third plating all four runs Mike Maselli (two hits, RBI), Ryan Santini (hit, run), Aiden MacLeod (hit, RBI) and Brendan Lee (hit, RBI) all chipped in during the rally. Junior Aiden MacLeod pitched a complete game, surrendering six hits and no walks, while fanning six. Sophomore catcher Brendan Lee called a great game behind the dish. Offensively: Shawsheen host Whittier in a big CAC game, Tuesday, April 26.

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