Huertas’ 21 Sparks Greater Lowell
Luis Huertas scored 21 points as Greater Lowell Tech defeated Whittier Tech, 67-61, in a Commonwealth Athletic Conference Large School boys basketball game.
Greater Lowell 67
Whittier Tech 61
Luis Mota (16 points), Tyler Bussey (12 points) and Devon Mutandwa (11 points) were double-figure scorers for the Gryphons (5-2).
Jacob Burk, Jose Lazu and Brian Bosia had strong all-around games.
Lowell Catholic 47
Haverhill went on a game-ending 15-5 fourth quarter run while edging Lowell Catholic in a non-league game.
Lowell Catholic (5-2) had the potential game-winning shot blocked at the buzzer.
Isaiah Taylor finished with 16 points, 5 assists and 7 rebounds for the Crusaders.
Caleb Scott tallied 12 points and pulled down 12 rebounds, while Keenan Rudy-Phol added 12 points and 7 rebounds.
North Middlesex 29
Evan Cook scored 16 points, dished out 6 assists, and had 4 rebounds as Groton-Dunstable improved its record to 6-1.
Joe Bushnell checked in with 8 points for the Crusaders.
Kyle Blaisdell tossed in 9 points for North Middlesex.
Essex Tech 14
Becca Smith led the way with 11 points, 5 assists and 4 steals as Shawsheen Tech topped Essex Tech in a CAC game.
Alex DiPerri tallied 9 points, 6 steals and 9 rebounds for the Rams (5-2).
Greater Lowell 62
Whittier Tech 18
Araceli Lopez (4 rebounds) and Michaela Kelly scored 14 points each while leading the Gryphons past Whittier Tech in a CAC Large game.
Valeria Berrios tallied 6 points and 3 rebounds for Greater Lowell, which jumped out to a 29-6 halftime lead.
Desteny Durham scored 5 points.
North Middlesex 24
Emma Wilson paced Groton-Dunstable’s attack with 13 points, 2 steals and 3 assists.
Hannah Wynn finished with 9 points, 6 assists and 9 rebounds, while Jillian Van Pelt checked in with 5 points and 5 steals for the Crusaders (4-1).
Notre Dame 29
Natalie Kelleher was the high-scorer for the Academy of Notre Dame with 12 points.
Meghan Pefine scored 6 points, while Bridget Ryan tossed in 5 points for the Lancers (4-1).
St. Mary’s 16
Natalia Nickerson sparked the offense with 24 points as Innovation Academy Charter School topped St. Mary’s of Worcester in a non-league game.
Sarah Milne (10 points), Delaney Brown (8 points) and Ava Nickerson (6 points) played well for Innovation (4-2).