Tyngsboro’s Goulet nets 22 in Ayer-Shirley win – Lowell Sun


Boys Basketball
Tyngsboro 56, Ayer-Shirley 37
Bryce Goulet garnered a game-high 22 points, including 15 in the second half, as Tyngsboro trumped Ayer-Shirley.
THS held the 23-20 lead at halftime, thanks the heady play of Anthony Nicosia (15 points, 10 rebounds) and Nick Anselmo (seven points). Ayer-Shirley’s Cam Marshall (16 points) and Brian Holmes (11) were solid.

Minuteman 74, Innovation 42
Derrick Twum tallied 19 points, three rebounds and two steals, as Innovation Academy (5-4, 14-5 overall) was bounced on the road by Minuteman.
Trailing 36-14 at halftime, IACS hung tough with the heady play of Lansana Kaimachiande (seven points, 13 rebounds) and Logan Barnes (five points, five assists, two steals).

Immaculate Heart of Mary 58, Sizer 23
Teddy Alexander hit 23 points, as the IHM Eagles finished its season with a sizable win over Sizer Charter.
The Hawks held a commanding 40-9 edge at halftime, with Melkamu Creaghan (15 points) and Simon Towne (10) running the offense.

Boys hockey
Lowell 2, Boston Latin 2
Eighth grader Ned Akashian and freshman Matthew Lesniak provided the firepower, as Lowell tied up Boston Latin in a MVC/DCL game in South Boston.
Lowell jumped out to a 2-0 lead off the crisp passing of seniors B.J. Anderson, Kyle Frechette, Dylan Kuczek and Michal Pickett. Junior goalie Aidan Lavoie was fantastic in net for Lowell making 34 saves in the stalemate.

Girls Basketball
Immaculate Heart of Mary 37, Sizer 19
Maureen Duffy netted 20 points to bring IHM the victory over Sizer Charter.
IHM held a sizable 24- 6 lead at halftime, thanks to the court savvy of Patti Duffy (seven points) and Jo Camardo (six). Trysta Amocahene (six) led Sizer scorers.

Littleton 54, Maynard 37
Hannah Cochran netted 16 points, as LHS advances to the championship game of the Mid Wach Division C tournament.
Littleton (13-5) was sparked by the inspired play of Victoria McCoy (15 points) and Kaylin O’Meara (14). They’ll face Tyngsboro, Sunday at Worcester State. Tipoff is slated for 10 a.m.

Kipp 44, Innovation 40
Senior captain Emma Hiltz led IACS with 17 points, as Innovation Academy fell just short in a hard-fought contest against Kipp Academy.
The Hawks got great efforts out of freshman Addi Kott (eight points), and junior Sadie Coleman-Plouffe (five). They fought back in the second half with an outstanding fourth quarter outscoring their opponent 18-5. Kipp Academy was led by Tatiana Margie-Maddreu (14 points) and Jaiska Delacruz (12).


Lowell Catholic track stars make the grade at D4 Championships
Harry Grayson was in seventh heaven.
The Lowell Catholic 55-meter hurdler finished seventh overall at the Division 4 State Championships, Feb. 16.
Braden Boucher also earned his stripes in the 1000, finishing 15th in the state meet with a time of 2:50.57. Both Crusader captains were CAC league champions in their respective events and look to continue their careers in college.

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