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Silva Nets 2 Goals in Shawsheen Tech Win

December 21, 2018
North Middlesex's Kyle Blaisdell hoists a shot during Central Mass. boys basketball action against Fitchburg. SUN/JOHN LOVE Sun staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site.

Junior Nathan Silva scored his first career varsity goal and later added another to help the Shawsheen Tech boys hockey team win its season opener, 3-0, over Rockport on Thursday night.

High schools

In girls hockey action, Tewksbury/Methuen skated past Westford Academy, 4-1.

BOYS HOCKEY

Shawsheen Tech 3

Rockport 0

Freshman Dylan Timmons had the other goal for the Rams.

Goalie Kam Neault made 22 saves to record the shutout for the Rams.

Bishop Guertin 14

Manchester Cent./West 0

Dan Woodford netted a hat trick for Bishop Guertin (1-2), which only surrendered 5 shots on net.

Declan Wilkie (Groton), Mike Schaaf and Luke Vogel each had 2 goals for the Cardinals.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Groton-Dunstable 65

Maynard 50

Evan Cook scored 10 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter to power Groton-Dunstable.

Connor Keegan had 13 points for the Crusaders (3-1), while Brian Scott had 12 points.

Groton-Dunstable led 30-14 at the half.

Greater Lowell 81

Lynn Tech 42

Paul Choate scored 19 of his 22 points in the second half as the Gryphons easily collected the CAC win in Lynn.

Devonte Mutundwa contributed 11 points and was an all-around standout.

Shining defensively for the Gryphons (3-1) were Brian Bosia and Jacob Burk.

Fitchburg 66

North Middlesex 40

North Middlesex (0-4) led 22-18 at the half, but Fitchburg turned it on in the final two quarters.

Will McCarthy had 9 points and Dominic Yancy added 7 for the Patriots.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Greater Lowell 60

Lynn Tech 15

Led by Michaela Kelly’s 16 points and 4 steals, the undefeated Gryphons rolled to the CAC victory in Tyngsboro.

Greater Lowell (5-0) took a commanding 33-3 lead after one quarter. Also starring for GLT was Aliza Som with 14 points. Alanis Velez, Emma Rossino and Fatta Krah netted 6 points each.

Hollis-Brookline 55

Pelham 45

Olivia Gagnon poured in 20 points for Pelham in the loss. McKenna Williams had 9 points for the Pythons.

Rockport 39

Innovation 31

Sophomore Delaney Brown led Innovation (3-2) with 17 points in the narrow road loss.

Junior Ava Nickerson also played well and had 5 points.

Tyngsboro 47

Lowell Catholic 41

The game was tied at 41-41 with two minutes left, but the Tigers scored the final six points to win this non-league game at home.

Junior Emily Bartlett made 6 3-pointers and scored 18 points to lead Lowell Catholic (0-3).

Senior Emily Jussaume added 16 points for LC.

WRESTLING

MARLBORO 42, TYNGSBORO 29

106: Carmen Ortiz (M) by forfeit. 113: Caio Siqueira (M) pinned Nick Andre, 1:10. 120: Evan Rankin (T) pinned Sam Johnston, :21. 126: Mukisa Malcom (M) by forfeit. 132: Shaun McCarty (T) major dec. Adhain Hussein, 10-2. 138: Josh Ducharme (T) major dec. Shawn Barlow ,10-0. 145: Richie Webber (M pinned Matt Tyros, 1:43. 152: Noah Stemple (M) dec. Matt Beauschene, 4-3. 160: Zach Souza (T) pinned Rex Pinson, 2:54. 170: Mark Thomas (T) by forfeit. 182: Gabe Alves (M) pinned Doug Rocha, :47. 195: Osmar Agreda (M) dec. Alex Tirado, 8-1. 220: Nico Calderon (M) pinned Dan Paulauskas, 1:48. 285: Colin Michalik (T) dec. Joe Sawicki, 8-3

Record: Tyngsboro 5-1.

PLYMOUTH 54, PELHAM 28

160: Owen Haskins (Pel) major decicision over Joe D’Ambruoso, 11-0. 170: Evan Haskins (Pel) pinned Jon Panus, 0:42. 182: Nick Carroll (Pel) pinned Nate Borger, 2:12. 195: Conor Maslanek (Pel) won by forfeit. 220: Ryan Leuteritz (Pel) pinned Eddie Camp, 1:32.

Record: Pelham 2-5.

BOYS SWIMMING

ANDOVER 104, LOWELL 79

(Lowell placers)

200 medley relay: 1. Lowell (Joe Buckley, Tim McCabe, Xavier Freitas, Jon Santos), 1:51.50. 500: 1. Freitas, 5:19.31. 200 IM: 1. Freitas, 2:15.6. 200 free: 2. Buckley. 50 free: 1. Jon Santos, 24.54. 1-meter diving: 3. Andrew Than. 100 butterfly: 2. Santos. 100 free: 1. Tim McCabe, 56.46. 200 free relay: 3. Lowell (Pat Emerson, Matt Geary, Bryan Arevelo, Santos). 100 backstroke: 1. Buckley, 1:01.06. 100 breaststroke: 3. McCabe. 400 free relay: 2. Lowell (Lucas Petruzziello, Buckley, McCabe, Xavier Freitas).

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