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Tedstone, Petersen Lead Bulldogs to Victory Over AMSA

May 2, 2019

The Monty Tech/Sizer girls’ lacrosse team fended off Advanced Math and Science on Wednesday, winning 7-6.

Local roundup

Mayling Tedstone and Claire Petersen each scored 2 goals for the Bulldogs (4-5, 3-1 CAL).

Abbey Sallila, Wiley Doucette and Emily Haley each scored single markers for Monty Tech, which is slated to play at St. Bernard’s this afternoon.

Baseball

Leominster 1

Marlboro 0

Pat Gallagher allowed just a single hit and struck out 15 for the Blue Devils. Sean Doyle accounted for the lone LHS run, as he scored on Danny Garcia’s RBI grounder to second in the top of the second.

Monty Tech 3

Keefe Tech 1

Shea Fairbanks went 4 innings, allowing 4 hits and striking out 8, while Nick Lamb pitched the final 3 innings and struck out 5 without surrendering a hit. Jacob Nano scored twice and both Nick Lamb and Chris Lamb had RBI singles.

Tyngsboro 3

Lunenburg 2

Josh Proctor pitched well in the loss, scattering just 4 hits. Collin Garrity notched 3 hits for the Blue Knights (2-5),

St. Bernard’s 14

Burncoat 2

Jon Pinard allowed just 1 hit in the win and had 2 hits of his own, plating a pair of runs for the Bernardians (3-5). Keegen Sharp notched 3 hits and scored twice and Max Bigelow crossed the plate a pair of times in the win.

Nashoba 6

Algonquin 4

Softball

Blackstone Valley 10

Monty Tech 5

Cassie Skinner (3-for-4), Amber Colcord (2-for-4, 2 RBI), Izzy Stakeley (1-for-4, double) and Bailey Tammaro (1-for-3, double, 2 runs) played well in defeat for the Bulldogs (5-2).

St. Bernard’s 12

North Brookfield 8

Jessisca Mueller was 3-for-4 with a double, a triple and 5 RBI, while Emily Malone went 2-for-4 with 3 stolen bases and 3 runs scored for St. B’s.

Boys’ volleyball

Leominster 3

Worcester Tech 2

The Blue Devils (6-1) won by scores of 22-5, 25-15, 25-13, 18-25, 15-6.

Stovaldy Saint-Charles lead Leominster with 17 service points, while Kurt Edmands had 14 service points and Ruchit Patel and Dylan Pearson also played wel.

Boys’ tennis

Fitchburg 3

Gardner 2

The Red Raiders (1-7) swept the doubles matches, with Kato Bouthsarath and Pablo Araujo winning in first doubles, while the tandem Juan Rodriguez and Richard Rodriguez was also victorious. Sam Boudreau earned a singles win for Fitchburg.

Wachusett 4

Nashoba 1

Nashoba (1-4) got its lone win from Matt Colbert in first singles.

Girls’ tennis

Wachusett 4

Nashoba 1

Emma Hakala provided the lone win forNashoba (1-3), taking the first singles match.

Boys’ track

Westboro 94

Nashoba 51

Maso Jones notched an impressive 11-foot-6 to take the pole vault for Nashoba (2-2).

Algonquin 82

Leominster 58

Joachim Ennoo won the long jump and triple jump, while Liam Curtin (shot put), Jonander Vargas (100m), Eddie Siaw (400m) and Jon Polanco (800) also won for Leominster. The 4x100 relay team (Vargas, Robbie Goldman, Francis Nuamah and Felipe Garcia) was also victorious as was the 4x400 team (Polanco, Jake Soulliere, Ennoo and Polanco).

Girls’ track

Marlboro 76

Fitchburg 58

Wonoula Ashaju was a triple winner capturing the triple jump, the 100m and the 400m.

Olamide Bamgbose was a double winner with victories in the shot put and long jump and second in the 200m, while Emerson Scott won the 400m hurdles and took second in the triple jump and 100m hurdles.

Westboro 94

Nashoba 51

Catherine Fox took first in the pole vault and 100m for Nashoba (2-2).