Tewksbury baseball beats Billerica for first win – Lowell Sun

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Baseball
Tewksbury 4, Billerica 0
Aiden Crogan roped an RBI double, as Tewksbury (1-6) topped Billerica.
Dylan Paulding powered the lineup with an RBI double and two walks. Billy Burris was also a constant threat with a single, two walks and three runs.
Tewksbury pitcher Kodie Legrand earned the win holding Billerica to three hits in 5.2 innings, fanning five. Drew Nestor picked up the save with two punchouts.
Tewksbury heads to Haverhill on Wednesday.

Dracut 4, Haverhill 3
Designated hitter CJ Rosado delivered a big RBI single in the fourth plating a pair as Dracut edged Haverhill.
Bobby Roth got the win in relief surrendering five hits and a run in four innings, while fanning five. Starting pitcher Sean Bosia held Haverhill to two unearned runs over three innings, striking out five. Dracut’s lineup was driven by
Andrew Chenevert (two hits, double), Roth (hit, RBI), Colby Forestell (hit, RBI), Riley Ducharme (double) and Ben Pashoian (hit). Haverhill second baseman Dicicco collected two hits for the Hillies. Losing pitcher Shawn Joubert surrendered seven hits and four runs (three earned), fanning four.

Bishop Guertin 11, Manchester Central-West 7

Luke Anderson laced two RBI singles as Bishop Guerin bumped off Manchester Central.

Pitcher Jake Boudreau earned the win scattering five his and two earned runs in 5.1 innings, while striking out 10. BG was led offensively by Evan Kaplo (2-for-4, RBI), Max Riordan (2-for-2, double, RBI). The Cardinals will travel to Winnacunnet on Wednesday at 4 p.m.

Softball
Bishop Guertin 13, Manchester Central 3
Freshman Sophie Bilodeau laced a pair of extra-base hits including a double and triple), scoring two runs and driving in an RBI, as Bishop Guertin grounded Central/Memorial.
BG’s lineup was powered by seniors Torey Hart, Maddy Bowen, and freshman Kennedy FitzSimons. Each had three hits. Freshman Bella Nutting earned the win for the Cardinals, pitching five innings giving up five hits, two walks, and two strikeouts. Junior Bailey Doyle pitched two innings of relief to finish the contest.

Tewksbury 5, North Andover 2
Alyssa Adams broke open a 2-2 stalemate in the eight, lining an RBI single, as Tewksbury took down North Andover.
Tewksbury staked the early lead courtesy of an RBI single from Sam Perkins. Sam Ryan got the start for Tewksbury. The pitcher surrendered two runs off five hits over eight innings, striking out 11. Tewksbury racked up nine hits in the game. Becca Harris, Perkins, and Whitney Gigante collected two hits each. Tewksbury didn’t commit an error. North Andover’s Brigid Gaffney garnered an RBI single.

Greater Lowell Tech 14, Groton-Dunstable 10
Claudia Dutile went 2-for-2 including a three-run triple, as Greater Lowell grounds GD.
Annie Apigian went 3-for-4 with two runs. Allison Neily went 2-for-4, with an RBI single. Becca Brennan (2-for-3, run) also came up big. Pitcher Lauren Haggerty went the distance with six strikeouts.

Chelmsford 8 Dracut 6

Sophomore third baseman Adrianna Capozzi clubbed a pair of doubles, including a clutch bases clearing blast in the sixth, as Chelmsford (4-3) earned its second conference win of the season.

Boys Tennis
Westford 5, Groton-Dunstable 0
Conor Liona stopped Will Gold at first singles 6-0, 6-0, as the Ghosts shutout GD.
Saunak Manna maintained the team’s momentum dropping Rohan Francis at second singles 6-0, 6-0. Henry Longtin zapped Zach Aster at third singles 6-1, 6-2. Will Owen and Hyungkyu Park defeated Alex Caruso and Josh Dai at first doubles 6-0, 6-0. Cang Nguyen and Yash Veekar were victorious over Ling Brier and Jason Huang at second doubles 6-0, 6-0, to complete the sweep.

Volleyball

Lowell 3, Chelmsford 2

Setter Alex Chau dished 42 assists, while adding 11 digs, as Lowell (7-0) beat Chelmsford to remain unbeaten.

After winning the first two sets 25-10, 25-18, Lowell stumbled. Chelmsford rallied 25-22, 25-23, sending the game to a tiebreaker.  Captain Izaviah Hong keyed the comeback with 15 kills and four blocks, as Lowell took the fifth and final set 15-5. Senior Tevin Lout levied eight kills and eight digs. Captain Kythan Seshad scored 12 kills. Middle hitter Ceazar Joseph chipped in five kills and five blocks.

Lowell plays host to North Andover on Wednesday.

Andover 3, Billerica 1
Ethan Cliff collected 10 service points and six kills, as Billerica fell to Andover.
Dropping its first two sets 25-20, 25-22, Billerica battled back winning the third set 25-21. Andover fired back in the fourth match 29-27 to seal the deal.
Ankush Patel was strong all around with six kills, five digs, and big defense at the net. Joe Leite played great at the net for the Indians with big blocks to help the defense.

Girls Lacrosse
Lowell Catholic 11, Nashoba Tech 9
Senior midfielder Charlotte Morey scored six goals and three assists, as Lowell Catholic denied Nashoba Tech.
Senior attack Maddie Hugo headed up the offense with a pair of goals. Sophomore Emma McBournie had three goals and an assist. Junior midfielder Catherine Antwi and Soph Eva Warren each added helpers. The Crusaders take on Mystic Valley, Wednesday.

Tyngsboro 13, Littleton 11
Emma Angelo scored six goals, while winning 15 draws, as Tyngsboro took out Littleton.
Sydney Hannes hit her mark netting three goals and an assist. Bella Adams also potted a pair. Goalie Claire Shambley made eight saves.

Volleyball
Lawrence 3, Central Catholic 1
Ryan McShan registered 18 kills, as Central Catholic (1-8) fell to Lawrence.
Dropping its first two sets 27-25, 26-24, Central struck back taking the third sets 25-18, before dropping the fourth match 25-21.
Keith Shaheen had 14 kills. McShan and Aaron Keneally each made two blocks. Michael Nguyen dished 35 assists, 10 service points and two aces. Jaithian Medina managed 12 digs.

Girls Track

Nashoba 69, Monty Tech 61

The Nashoba Tech boys and girls track teams played host to Monty Tech and Collegiate Charter School of Lowell in non-league action.

First place finishers for Nashoba Tech included: Alexa MacDonald in the long jump (12-6), Billie Kane in the triple jump (29-7), Jenna Drumm in the 400 hurdles (1:32.2), Carolyn Dorman in the 100M (13.58), Yula Wackell in the mile (7:25.9), Carolyn Dorman in the 200M (29.2) and the 4×100 and 4×400 relays. Nashoba Tech also defeated CCLS 121-5.

The NT Girls are now 2-1 on the Season and 0-1 in the CAC.

Boys Track

Nashoba 68, Monty Tech 64

The Nashoba Tech boys track teams played host to Monty Tech and Collegiate Charter School of Lowell in non-league action.

First place finishers included: Nathan Blaisdell in the shotput (30-3), Nick Bresnich in the discus (81-1), Nathan Blaisdell in the javelin (92-4), Jeremiah Santiago in the high jump (5-4), Randy Delva in the long jump (19-1), Jeremiah Santiago in the triple jump (37-11.5), Dallas Quakenbush in the 400 hurdles (1:17.3), Jeremiah Santiago in the 110 hurdles (18.1), Randy Delva in the 100M (11.04). Nashoba Tech also defeated CCSL 121-18.

The NT Boys are now 3-0 on the Season and 1-0 in the CAC.

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