Six Straight for Tewksbury
Senior Lizzie Gallella poured in 19 points to help Tewksbury defeat Methuen, 53-38, in girls basketball action on Friday night.
Tewksbury won its 6th straight game and improved to 10-2, clinching a state tournament berth in the process.
Allie Wild had 12 points for the winners, while Erin Gallella had 9 points.
Tewksbury led 28-25 at the half before gaining some separation over the final 2 quarters.
Westford improved to 9-2, led by a 16-point, 4-assist, 3-block performance from senior guard Brooke Pillsbury.
Morgan Rose had 9 points and 13 rebounds for the Grey Ghosts, while Carolyn Graham had 8 points and 2 steals.
Freshman center Aya Alkassar was unstoppable down low with 20 points, 21 rebounds and 3 blocks to help Dracut (2-10) earn its 1st MVC win.
Freshman guard Tatiannah Fevry had 10 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists for the Middies. Senior Jessica Gooch had 8 points and 10 rebounds.
Olivia Gagnon scored 24 points to dominate the proceedings as Pelham ripped off the easy victory.
Abbey Schwab added 9 points and Jordyn Galgay 7 for the winners, who led 34-12 at halftime.
N. Middlesex 31
Maddy O’Meara and Falynne Rzezuski each had 8 points, while Molly Magnette and Emma Bonacci had 7 points each for Littleton (3-7).
North Middlessex (3-8) got 10 points from Rae Callahan.
Central Catholic 46
Central outscored Lowell 24-0 run in the second quarter en route to improving to 8-3 and 7-0 in the MVC. It was 27-6 at the half.
Kaylee Thomas had 12 points and Claire Finney had 11 to lead CC.
Kiana Pronh led Lowell (4-7) with 6 points.
The Crusaders breezed to the victory to improve their record to 7-3 for the season.
Emma Wilson scored 12 points to pace G-D and Abby Eisenklam added 10.
Rachel Romero led host Fitchburg (1-9) with 10 points.
Lowell Catholic 53
St. Joseph 33
Co-captains Emily Bartlett (18 points) and Emily Jussaume (16 points) led the Crusaders to this CCL Small victory at Keith Gymnasium.
Chloe-Elizabeth Arthur added 9 points and grabbed 10 rebounds off the bench for Lowell Catholic (2-6).