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Wrong-way upset

 

Lawrence's boys cross country team improved to a surprising 5-5 in a rather surprising way. The Lancers defeated both Central Catholic and Billerica when the top runners for both of the losing teams took a wrong turn and were disqualified. That left Alex Barreras to pace the Lancers to a pair of wins by placing second overall.

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Huntress on the prowl

Junior Caroline Huntress had a breakthrough game, scoring twice to lead Andover field hockey to a 5-0 win over Lowell. Hannah Medwar had a goal and two assists for the undefeated Warriors (15-0-1).

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Methuen snaps 22-match losing streak to Central

LAWRENCE — Julia McCoy leaped with joy as the final kill in Methuen’s 3-1 win over Central Catholic Monday night slammed onto the court.

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Third win for Sousa

 

Georgetown freshman Grace Sousa finished first for the third time this year in a 24-35 loss to Lynnfield. 

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Blythe wins it

 

Robbie Blythe took first place for the first time to lead the Georgetown boys to a 26-31 victory over Lynnfiield and improving Paul Sousa was third, one place ahead of Charlie Mullen.

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Hillies halt skid

 

Haverhill's volleyball team snapped a nine-game losing streak with a 3-0 win over Chelmsford. Jada Burdier led the Hillies (3-9) with 15 kills.

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Raiders win title

 

Central Catholic's girls cross country team wrapped up the MVC large school title by whipping Billerica 15-44. Janessa Nault finished first for the Raiders (9-1) with a 5K time of 19:47.

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Nothing easy

North Reading's Jenna Forcellese wasn't letting anything get past her. The libero completely shut down Ipswich's best striker with her 31 digs, helping the Hornets earn a 3-1 victory.

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Dunn fuels clean sweep

Colin Dunn trucked through a hilly Notre Dame course to finish first, as Whittier swept both Mystic Valley and Minuteman 15-50. Notre Dame only has girls cross country.

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Showdown up next

 

Pentucket's boys cross country team whipped Amesbury 19-40 to set up a showdown next Monday at Triton with both teams standing at 9-0. Sophomore Peter Lopata ran a superb 16:15 on Pentucket's 2.95-mile home course, just eight seconds off the school record. Nick Murphy was third for the Sachems in 16:44.

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First varsity goals

 

Keegan O'Keefe and Trevor Blanchard both scored their first varsity goals as Pentucket's boys had no problem defeating Lynnfield, 4-1. Six different players were involved in the scoring for the Sachems (11-2-2).

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Shutout for Canning

 

Teagan Canning of Groveland recorded her third shutout of the year as the Brooks field hockey team (8-2) blanked St. George's 3-0. Emma English had a goal and two assists in the win.

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Sicard leads way

 

Salem's field hockey team won its first-round Division 1 tourney game, defeating Merrimack 2-0 with Chloe Sicard scoring both goals and Jaycie Ritter making eight saves. The Blue Devils (8-6-1) will be at Pinkerton at 2 p.m. Saturday in the quarterfinals.

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Pelham stifles ConVal

PELHAM — It was a great day for the entire Pelham defense, which shut out a talented ConVal team en route to a 12-0 victory.

"We played a tremendous game tonight, tremendous," said Pelham coach Tom Babaian. "We believed we could win, and we did."

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Brooks takes apart Thayer

 

NORTH ANDOVER — Thayer Academy came into the game undefeated and hadn't given up a point all year, but Brooks took care of both accomplishments in a big way Saturday.

The Green and White ran and passed their way to a 42-21 victory, lifting Brooks to its third win in four games.

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