Tyngsboro’s Harris lights up Hudson – Lowell Sun
Sydney Hannes scored a six pack of goals and added an assist, as Tyngsboro took down Hudson.
Emma Angelo fueled the offense potting a pair of goals and adding two assists, while also winning 10 draws. Lillian Gikas garnered three assists.
Mystic Valley 9, Lowell Catholic 7
Senior midfielder Charlotte Morey had three goals, as Lowell Catholic fell just short to Mystic Valley.
Sophomore midfielder/attack Emma McBournie also had three goals and one assist. Junior midfielder Catherine Antwi added a goal and assist.
Broomfield 14, Chelmsford 8
Jill Martin pocketed three goals, as Chelmsford (4-5) fell to Broomfield.
Ava Balan bolstered the Lions attack with a goal and an assist. Taija Bell, Caitlin Walsh Oliva Hall and Maggie Loeber each had a goal as well.
North Andover 9, Billerica 8 (OT)
Julia Trainor led a spirited comeback scoring five goals and an assist, as Billerica (3-3 MVC, 6-3 overall) fell to North Andover in OT.
Trailing 6-5 at halftime, Billerica caught its second wind fueled by the heady play of Sara MacLeod (two goals) and Paige Murphy (goal, assist) knotting the game up at 8-8, forcing the extra session. Goaltender Katelyn D’Agostino was solid making six saves in the loss.
Tyngsboro 21, Hudson 3
Thomas Michaud mustered four goals and five assists, as Tyngsboro hit up Hudson.
Brett Anderson factored with four goals and four assists. Luke Teta tallied three goals and four assists.
Littleton 18, Bay Path 4
Cam Noyes lit the lamp scoring five goals and an assist, as Littleton bombed Bay Path.
Brian Marrese netted the hat trick, while Luke Laferty and Josh Manickam each earned two goals and two assists. Midfielder Garrett Shimmel also potted a pair, with Brady Decoste (four assists, five points), Tim Sturtz (two assists, three points), Cody Shearer (assist, two points), Zach Milner, and Cody Shearer (assist) rounding out the attack. Goalies Gage Carroll made five saves.
“We spread the wealth today which was nice to see,” said coach Mark Parkinson. “Anytime we can have nine different players score, and a good chunk of those goals have assists attached to them, that’s a good day.”
Next up is Hudson at home on Monday night.
Lowell 3, Lowell Catholic 2
Lowell Catholic’s Kiley Ciccolo went the distance defeating Lowell’s Darsh Patel at first singles 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 (9-7), in a two-and-a-half-hour marathon, as Lowell (1-4 MVC, 2-4 overall) edged LC (0-8 overall) at Shedd Park.
Kimleng Kit keyd the Raiders comeback at second singles stopping Jess Hodgdon 6-0, 6-3. Meanwhile, Lowell’s doubles teams were unstoppable. Natalie Sandler and Sophia Gikas grounded Kat Kelley and Madi Franz at first doubles 6-1, 2-6, 6-1, while Alvin Choeun and Pasunny Loeum surpassed Olivia Porto and Julia Vasconcelos at second doubles 6-0, 6-0.
Lowell Catholic’s Panaiota Bwetwayise got the best of Bella Meas at third singles 6-1, 6-4, putting them on the brink. Lowell travels to Andover High, Friday, April 29.
Central Catholic 5, Pentucket 0
Arnav Lele outlasted Ben Brookhart at second singles 7-6, (8-6), 7-5, as Central shutout Pentucket.
Zach Channen sparked the sweep at first singles stopping Stratton Seymour 6-0, 6-0. Ryan Melesky made the moves at third singles dropping Bo Latham 6-2, 6-4.
The first doubles team of James Diamantis and Jack Makiej defeated Aidan Davey and Cashman Smith 6-3, 6-4. Nolan Sheehan and Luca Beltrandi completed the sweep at second doubles besting Jeff Snow and Mason Higgins 6-0, 6-0.
Billerica 11, Haverhill 3
Sophomore shortstop Gus O’Gara went 3-for-4 with four RBI, as Billerica overcame a 3-0 deficit.
Senior first baseman Harry Tucker had two hits and two runs. Sophomore Beau Courtemunche also made contact going 2-for-2 with two runs.
Shawsheen 13, Northeast 3
Aiden MacLeod pitched a complete game three-hitter as Shawsheen (5-0 CAC, 10-0 overall) clinched a spot in the state tournament.
Mavrick Bourdeau provided some punch raking three hits, three runs and three RBI. Ryan Santini (two hits, two runs), Owen Duggan (hit, RBI) and MacLeod (hit, two runs) also added to the lineup.
Tewksbury 4, North Reading 3
Sam Perkins continues to swing a hot bat, as Tewksbury toppled North Reading.
Perkins provided plenty of pop at the plate going 3-for-3 with an RBI. Sydney Whalen got the lineup going driving in a run in the second. Pitcher Whitney Gigante was credited with the victory. The righthander went seven innings, allowing three runs off two hits, while striking out five.
Greater Lowell Tech 15, Lowell Catholic 3
Adria Stys ripped a pair of doubles to lead the offense, as Greater Lowell topped Lowell Catholic.
Pitcher Haylee Gannon picked up the victory. She was bolstered by clutch hits from Haylee Gannon, Bryanna Moran, Ashley Mills, and Kaylee Wiroll all singles. Paige Matte and Stys were defensive standouts.
Shawsheen 12, Northeast 0
Freshman Alivia Imbimbo went 2-for-4 with an inside-the-park home run, as Shawsheen (4-2 CAC, 6-3 overall) shutdown Northeast Regional (1-2).
Pitcher Sandra Watne kept Northeast hitter spellbound, holding them to just two hits and a walk, while fanning 11. She was backed by a tremendous 13 hit attack. Regan Bowden gave her team all the run support they’d ultimately need, bringing home Ella Malvone in the first inning. Captain Kayla Mirisola (2-for-3, triple) and Paityn Rose (2-for-4) added some insurance runs. Emily Freitas and Mia Bisso played well defensively.
The Rams travel to Arlington Catholic, Monday, May 2. First pitch is set for 4 p.m.
Lowell Catholic 3, KIPP Academy 0
Senior Zach Dubuc delivered as Lowell Catholic (7-1) blanked KIPP Academy.
An big upperclassman, Dubuc, along with fellow seniors Ethan Sawyer and Ryan Allen controlled the net, winning in straight sets 25-9, 25-8, 25-8.
Tyngsboro 96, Bromfield 48
Dylan Hunt ran wild against Broomfield winning three events in big meet win.
Hunt took top honors in the long jump, triple jump, 200m and 400m, wrapping up an incredible afternoon. He was joined by strong array of first place performers. Max Gregoire garnered the win int eh the two-mile, while finishing first in the 800m with a sub two-minute mark (1:58.8). Brian DeSouza delivered winning both the shot put and discus. Christian Riley ran the gamut taking first in the 110m hurdles, while also scoring a pair of seconds in the long jump and triple jump. Alex Panneton kept the pace winning the 400m hurdles, while taking third in the long jump. Jack Gramer made the grade winning the mile with a sub 5:00 time (4:58.5). Vibol Chiemruon was victorious with the javelin. Colin Riley scored second place points in both the 400m hurdles and the two-mile.
Tyngsboro 71, Bromfield 70
Sophia Smalley loomed large winning both the 100m and 200m, while securing second in the long jump, as Tyngsboro edged Bromfield.
The Tigers were powerized by Ella Campbell, taking first in the 400m hurdles and high jump. Isabella Duarte dominated winning the long jump and triple jump, while taking third in both the two-mile, and as part of the 4x400m relay. Natalia Correia won the 400m. Lindsay Methot earn top honors with the javelin. Paige Patnaude also kept the pace placing second in the discus and shot put.