McHugh lifts Tyngsboro in double OT  – Lowell Sun

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Luke McHugh had three goals, including the game winner in double overtime, as the Tyngsboro boys lacrosse team tipped Lunenburg 10-9.
McHugh had one assist, and won 12 faceoffs
Brett Anderson had four goals and one assist

Wilmington 7, Woburn 6  
Gavin Erickson netted three goals, as Wilmington burnt Woburn. Goalie Owen White made 12 saves.

Girls Lacrosse 
Billerica 15, Lowell 1
Paige Murphy potted four goals, as Billerica (5-3 8-3) beat Lowell.
Fueled by the heady play of Cassie Gallagher (two goals) and Grace Leyne (goal, two assists) Billerica built a 11-0 lead at halftime. Audrey Toce, Julia Trainor and Sophia Jannoni each added a goal an assist. Giovanna Gulinello, Abby White, Sara MacLeod, Cera Salter and Maddie White, rounded out the scoring. Maddy Vacaro picked up two assists. Billerica goalie Katelyn D’Agostino made five saves, with Keira Moore making two stops. Cate Shanahan scored the lone goal for Lowell. Goalie Sara Skaff made nine saves in the loss.

Lowell Catholic 7, Greater Lowell 3
Senior midfielder Charlotte Morey potted four goals and two assists, as Lowell Catholic passed Greater Lowell.
Sophomore midfielder/attack Emma McBournie and junior mid Kathryn Antwi each had a goal and an assist. Senior attack Maddie Hugo netted a goal. The Crusaders played an all-around solid game as a team, with goaltender Avery Tucker enjoying a strong game between the pipes.
 
Andover 11, Chelmsford 10 
Jill Martin tallied three goals and an assist, as Chelmsford was clipped by Andover.
Maggie Loeber levied four goals for the Lions. Taija Bell (two goals, assist) and Amelia (goal) rounded out the offense.

Bow 17, Pelham 2 
Emma Beanland netted a pair of goals, as Pelham (4-2) fell to Bow.
Pelham netminder Addie Breault made 14 saves in the loss. Bow built a commanding 10-2 lead at halftime.
Pelham returns to action May 11 at Kearsarge.

Softball 
Bishop Guerin 11, Merrimack 10 
Freshman outfielder Meara McDevitt went 4-for-4 with a double, home run and five RBI, as the Cardinals edged Merrimack.
Senior Meghan Davey pitched a complete game for the Cards surrendering 13 hits and a walk. Senior Alex Nutting drove in freshman Bella Nutting in the bottom of the sixth for the winning run. Senior Maddy Bowen also collected three hits and two RBI for the Cardinals.

Sandborn 3, Pelham 2 
Pelham’s Brooke Slaton had three hits, including a pair of solo home runs, but it wasn’t enough as Pelham (2-8) succumbed to Sanborn (4-4). Slaton’s rpund-trippers occurred in the fifth and seventh innings, the latter of which giving her team the 3-2 edge. Christina Louh added a double and a triple. Rylie Biesang and Bella Furtado also had hits. Pelham returns to the diamond Monday against Merrimack Valley.

Baseball 
Greater Lowell 10, Essex Tech 1 
Jake Torpey drilled a double, a three-run homer and four RBI, as Greater Lowell (4-2, 4-6) topped Essex Tech.
Jeidden Avila (double) sparked the lineup with a pair of hits and three RBI. Pitcher Ryan Bracetty held the opposition to seven hits and seven strikeouts in seven innings of work. He also helped his own cause with a single and three RBI.

Bishop Guertin 8, Merrimack 2 
Pitcher Dominic Monico held Merrimack to five hits and one earned run, as Bishop Guertin got the win. The hurler helped himself offensively going 2-for-4 with a double and a run.
Evan Kaplo (triple, RBI), Max Riordan (double, three RBI) and Brandon Metivier (two steals, three runs) helped to pace the BG offense.

North Middlesex 5, Groton-Dunstable 4 
Groton–Dunstable (8-3) leaves the bases loaded in the seventh, as North Middlesex escapes with the win.

Girls Tennis 
Pelham 9, Conant 0 
Ruby Day delivered at first singles defeating Kelly William, 8-6, as Pelham peppered Conant.
The team’s captain, Ruby Day held her composure, while delivering accurate shots. Jessica Bevens beat Jess Yap at second singles 8-3. Grace DeSousa grounded Lilly Ronnie at third singles 8-2. Corrine Kelly cooled Nobles Walker at fourth singles 8-1. Rosie Day and Sarah Bellahrossi both won by default, 8-0. The Pythons doubles teams also excelled winning with identical 8-2 scores.

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