Billerica Rides Feeney’s 28-save Gem to Win Over Redmen
Junior goaltender Connor Feeney made 28 saves to record the shutout in leading the Billerica High boys hockey team past Tewksbury, 4-0, on Monday night in Billerica.
Elsewhere, the Innovation Academy girls basketball team bested Minuteman Tech, 45-28. Also, the Billerica/Chelmsford girls hockey team skated to a 2-2 tie with Shrewsbury.
Offensively, the Indians received a huge game from freshman Alexander Coulot, who netted a goal and 2 assists.
Claiming a goal each for Billerica were Joe Lamarca, Garrett Murphy and Matt Livingston. Coulut set up goals by Lamarca and Livingston. Paul Egan assisted on Coulot’s goal and Matt Covino assisted on Lamarca’s strike.
Both teams are now 2-1.
For Tewksbury, Patrick Letourneau played the first two periods and made 12 saves. Chase Perault made 9 saves in the third period.
Ben Hays tallied a pair of goals to power Littleton to the victory.
Ben Canfield turned aside 33 shots for the winners. Tim Kelleher also found the back of the net. Henry Hays dished out 2 assists, while Derek Peterson, Ryan Hunt and Alex Magan also recorded assists.
Monty Tech 60
Nashoba Tech 29
The Vikings fell into a 27-11 halftime hole in Fitchburg and never quite recovered.
Nashoba Tech (1-3) received 9 points from Max Leger. Also contributing offensively were Henry St. Armand with 8 points and Nate Psilopoulos with 6 points.
Monty Tech improved to 2-1.
Malden Catholic 67
Ryan Murphy scored 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as Billerica topped Malden Catholic in a non-league game.
Ankeet Patel tossed in 18 points for the Indians (1-2). Aiden Deady tallied 13 points.
Innovation Academy 45
Minuteman Tech 28
Powered by an 18-point performance from freshman Natalia Nickerson, the Tyngsboro school rolled to victory in Lexington.
Junior Sarah Milne was a force with 13 points, 14 rebounds and 11 blocked shots in a memorable triple-double effort.
Sophomore Delaney Brown chipped in 8 points for Innovation (2-1).
IACS will travel to Notre Dame Cristo Rey in Lawrence on Wednesday night.
Monty Tech 59
Nashoba Tech 12
Despite a strong effort from Amanda Fales, the Vikings were defeated on their home court in Westford.
Nashoba Tech received 10 points from Fales, a Townsend resident. Monty Tech (2-0) stormed out to a 36-4 lead at halftime.