Tewksbury’s Adams levels Lawrence – Lowell Sun
Alyssa Adams sparked a five-run rally in the third, as Tewksbury dispatched Lawrence. Friday.
Tewksbury tallied 12 hits in the game. Becca Harris, Sam Ryan, Adams and Sam Perkins all had multi-hit games. Ryan and Harris each collected three hits to lead the attack. Avery DellaPianna was also effective putting the ball into play.
Ryan was credited with the victory. The southpaw went a scoreless three innings, allowing one hit while striking out three. Aislin Davis threw two innings in relief recording the last six outs to earn the save. Tewksbury played error-free ball not committing a single error. Perkins made the most plays with eight.
Bow 21, Pelham 3
Christina Louh and Rylie Beisang both had two hits and an RBI, as Pelham (2-5) was beaten by Bow (2-4).
Brooke Slaton came to play crushing a double, stealing a base (8-for-8 on thefts this season) while plating two runs scored. Emily Roscoe also singled. Centerfielder Bella Furtado played great in the outfield. Ava Bettencourt earned her first varsity start making a great catch in right, while also drawing a walk.
Pelham plays at Stevens in Claremont, NH, Monday.
Exeter 2, Bishop Guertin 0
The Cardinals offense struggled against a talented Exeter pitching staff. The away team held BG to just two hits, one by freshman Bella Nutting and the other by freshman Meara McDevitt. Junior Bailey Doyle started for the Cards but was relieved by senior Meghan Davey in the top of the second.
Exeter 5, Bishop Guertin 0
Sam Franco fisted the only Bishop Guerin hit, as they fell to Exteter
Dominic Monico and Cooper Granville’s combined to throw six innings allowing four hits and no earned runs.
Pelham 3, Bow 2
Henry Paquette pitched a complete game for Pelham, with six strikeouts and no walks. He also had the go-ahead RBI single in the bottom of the fifth inning. Zach James and Aiden Patten both had RBIs in the fifth.
Next up for Pelham is Stevens High school, May 2.
Lowell 14 Dracut 6
Cate Shanahan scored six goals, as Lowell dropped Dracut.
The Raiders offense was revved up by the heady play of Casey Mitchell (four goals, four assists), Jacqueline Peirce (three goals, assist) and Ashley Valente (goal). Lowell also got outstanding defense from Alicia Mansaray, Isabella Gonsalves, Erin Asselin and Jiangely Paulino. Goalie Sara Skaff made seven saves for the win.
Central 11, Chelmsford 7
Jill Martin has two goals and added an assist as Chelmsford (4-6) was tamed by Central.
Caitlin Walsh potted a pair for the Lions, with Taija Bell, Kat Morin and Maggie Loeber all lighting the lamp.
Lowell Catholic 3, Central Catholic 2
John Nangle dominated the net throughout the match, as Lowell Catholic (8-1) crushed Central (2-9).
Staking an early 25-14 lead in the first set, the Crusaders nearly lost its momentum as Central stormed back 25-20, 25-18. The Crusaders found its second win wind however, winning the next two 25-14, 15-13, to seal the victory. Central’s Ryan McShan registered 18 kills and a block. Keith Shaheen scored 20 digs. Michael Nguyen picked up 31 assists and three aces. Jaithian Medina earned 18 service points and three aces.
Lowell 3, Methuen 0
Izaviah Hong had 18 kills, as Lowell (9-0) mauled Methuen.
The Raiders rolled them in straight sets 25-11, 25-23, 25-14. Kythan Ses and Tevin Lout each recorded 10 kills. Setter Alex Chau had 35 assists and four blocks.
Lowell plays host to Westford, Monday.
Westford 3, Lincoln-Sudbury 1
Senior outside hitter Jake Aylward had 16 kills and a block.
Trailing 1-0 after dropping the first set 25-18, Westford has been rolling 26-24, 25-13, 25-23 Westford. Senior outside hitter Tejas Kudva connected on 15 kills and an ace. Senior middle hitter Matthew Zegowitz scored 10 kills and six blocks. Senior setter Aarush Singh wrangled 37 assists and a kill.
Andover 4, Central Catholic 1
Zach Channen bounced back to defeat Joe Colecchi at first singles 3-6, 6-2, 6-0, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Andover.
The Golden Warriors made their mark in doubles action. Abhay Yajurvedi and Nik Narina dropped James Diamantis and Nolan Sheehan at first doubles 6-0, 6-1, while Nate Gellman and Conor Rea ruled Luca Beltrandi and Ryan Melesky at second doubles 6-2, 6-1. In singles circulation, Akarsh Janarthanan jettisoned Arnav Lele at second singles 6-2, 2-6, 6-4, while Peter Doan defeated Jack Makiej at third singles 6-4, 6-2.
Methuen 3. Central Catholic 2
Meg Malolepszy defeated Breena Lawrence 7-6 (7-5), 6-3, but it wasn’t enough as Central (0-4) succumbed to Methuen’s might.
First doubles team Livia Lawrence and Tanvi Patel stunned Central’s Alessandra Sacchetti and Shelagh Murphy 7-5, 6-1, while second doubles unit Ava Duffy and Sarah Petisce peppered Grace Blanchette and Alana Shanahan. Samantha Lawrence supplied the knockout punch for Methuen clipping Kaya Asmar at third singles 6-4, 6-0. Central’s Meg Washburn hung tough, however, moving past Marie Mativier at first singles 6-1, 7-5.
Notre Dame 4, Lowell Catholic 1
Ainsley Flood was fantastic at first singles defeating Kiley Ciccolo 6-0, 6-0, as the Academy of Notre Dame leveled Lowell Cstholic.
Jess Hodgdon handed the Crusaders its lone win at third singles defeating Teagan Peterson 4-6, 6-3, 1-0 (7-3). It was all Notre Dame the rest of the way, however, as Katie Ma mastered Emily Perry at second singles 6-2, 6-1. Notre Dame’s doubles teams also loomed large. Emma O’Gorman and Maya O’Gorman ousted Kat Kelley and Madi Franz at first doubles 6-0, 6-0. Maya Hardy and Macklyn Pacaro finished the run defeating Monnavi Un and Julia Vasoncelos at second doubles 6-0, 6-0.