Tyngsboro’s Harris lights up Hudson – Lowell Sun
Sydney Hannes scored a six-pack and added an assist, as Tyngsboro beat Hudson.
Emma Angelo fueled the offense by scoring two goals and adding two assists, while winning 10 draws. Lillian Gikas had three assists.
Mystic Valley 9, Lowell Catholic 7
Senior midfielder Charlotte Morey scored three goals, as Lowell Catholic fell just wide to Mystic Valley.
Second-year midfielder/forward Emma McBournie also had three goals and an assist. Junior midfielder Catherine Antwi added a goal and an assist.
Broomfield 14, Chelmsford 8
Jill Martin bagged 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 also scored a goal each.
Tyngsboro 21, Hudson 3
Thomas Michaud had four goals and five assists, as Tyngsboro hit Hudson.
Brett Anderson had four goals and four assists. Luke Teta registered three goals and four assists.
Littleton 18 Bay Road 4
Cam Noyes lit the lamp by scoring five goals and an assist, as Littleton bombarded Bay Path.
Brian Marrese had the hat trick, while Luke Laferty and Josh Manickam each had two goals and two assists. Midfielder Garrett Shimmel also bagged 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) completing the attack. Goaltenders Gage Carroll made five saves.
“We split the wealth today which was nice to see,” coach Mark Parkinson said. “Anytime we can have nine different players scoring, and a good chunk of those goals come with assists, it’s a good day.”
Next up is Hudson home Monday night.
Lowell 3, Lowell Catholic 2
Lowell Catholic’s Kiley Ciccolo went the distance beating Lowell’s Darsh Patel in the 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 out LC (0-8 overall) at Shedd Park.
Kimleng Kit marked the Raiders’ return to second singles by stopping Jess Hodgdon 6-0, 6-3. Meanwhile, Lowell’s doubles teams were unstoppable. Natalie Sandler and Sophia Gikas anchored Kat Kelley and Madi Franz in the first double 6-1, 2-6, 6-1, while Alvin Choeun and Pasunny Loeum edged past Olivia Porto and Julia Vasconcelos in the second double 6-0, 6 -0.
Lowell Catholic’s Panaiota Bwetwayise beat Bella Meas in the third single 6-1, 6-4, putting them on the brink. Lowell is heading to Andover High on Friday, April 29.
Central Catholic 5, Pentucket 0
Arnav Lele outlasted Ben Brookhart in second singles 7-6, (8-6), 7-5, as Central shut out Pentucket.
Zach Channen sparked the sweep in the first singles by stopping Stratton Seymour 6-0, 6-0. Ryan Melesky made it right on the third singles, dropping Bo Latham 6-2, 6-4.
The first doubles team of James Diamantis and Jack Makiej beat Aidan Davey and Cashman Smith 6-3, 6-4. Nolan Sheehan and Luca Beltrandi completed the second-double sweep by beating Jeff Snow and Mason Higgins 6-0, 6-0.
Billerica 11, Haverhill 3
Sophomore shortstop Gus O’Gara went 3-for-4 with four RBIs as Billerica overcame a 3-0 deficit.
Senior first baseman Harry Tucker had two hits and two runs. Sophomore Beau Courtemunche also made contact with a 2-on-2 with two points.
Tewksbury 4, North Reading 3
Sam Perkins continues to swing a hot bat, as Tewksbury overturned North Reading.
Perkins provided plenty of pop at home plate by going 3 for 3 with an RBI. Sydney Whalen kicked off the lineout by driving in a race in the second. Pitcher Whitney Gigante was credited with the victory. The right-hander went seven innings, allowing three runs on two hits while striking out five.
Greater Lowell Tech 15, Lowell Catholic 3
Adria Stys ripped a pair of doubles to lead the attack, as Greater Lowell dominated Lowell Catholic.
Pitcher Haylee Gannon picked up the win. She was bolstered by clutch hits from Haylee Gannon, Bryanna Moran, Ashley Mills and Kaylee Wiroll, all in singles. Paige Matte and Stys were defensive stars.
Lowell Catholic 3, KIPP Academy 0
Senior Zach Dubuc delivered as Lowell Catholic (7-1) shut out KIPP Academy.
An upperclass big man, Dubuc, along with fellow seniors Ethan Sawyer and Ryan Allen controlled the net, winning in straight sets 25-9, 25-8, 25-8.