Baboci, Patriots Get by Littleton
Alban Baboci netted a pair of goals to power North Middlesex past Littleton, 3-1, in a Midland-Wachusett League boys soccer game.
In Dual County League action, Acton-Boxboro defeated Waltham, 4-2.
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Owen Marr found the back of the net for North Middlesex, which also received strong play from Wesley Call, John Charney and Jake Talmer.
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Innovation Charter scored four second-half goals to defeat Abby Kelley in Worcester.
Josh Brown netted a pair of goals for the winners, while Marco Savi, Chris Candor and Patrick Candor also found the back of the net for Innovation (2-2).
The Rams outshot Whittier by a 30-6 margin, but had to settle for the CAC tie after hitting the crossbar and narrowly misfiring on several golden chances.
Shawsheen Tech’s goals were produced by Matt Pustizzi, Gavin Pigott and Jared Rizzo, while assists went to Tyler Archibald, Rizzo and Pigott. The first Whittier goal was disputed after Ram goalkeeper Mike Reppucci made a save and then was run into by a Whittier player, knocking the ball loose and into the goal, but no call was made on the play.
Dillon Hyland tallied a pair of goals to power the Tigers to the Mid-Wach C victory.
John Redmen added a goal and assist for Tyngsboro (4-2). Tyler Hapenny dished out a pair of assists. Splitting time in goal were Alex Carney (3 saves) and Alexander Adamiak (2 saves).
Wilmington’s Cam Martin scored an unassisted goal in the first half to put the Wildcats up 1-0, but Wilmington had to settle for the Middlesex League tie.
Justin Healey (2 saves) and Andrew Days (1 save) split time in Wilmington’s net. Aidan McGrath starred in the midfield for WHS (0-3-3).
Mike Dell’Orfano, Zach Lalonde and Josh Kuffoh scored 1 goal each for Tewksbury (4-0-1).
Liam Cafferty made 5 saves in goal. Ryder Neadson and Grady Eagan played well on defense.
Sophomore forward Cameron Downer scored the Middies’ goal in the 53rd minute with an assist from Brendan Davis.
Keeper Tyler Flick made 4 saves in goal while posting the shutout. James Meli and Edwin Bonilla had strong games on defense for the Middies (4-0-1).