Gillis, Fitzgerald Lead Shawsheen to Its 11th Victory

February 6, 2019

Shawsheen Tech defeated Lowell Catholic, 56-33, in a non-league girls basketball game on Tuesday night to earn its 11th win of the season.

Girls basketball

Elsewhere, the Academy of Notre Dame beat Fellowship Christian Academy in a Commonwealth Athletic Conference game.

Shawsheen 56

Lowell Catholic 33

Susanna Gillis tallied 13 points, 4 steals and 5 rebounds as Shawsheen Tech improved its record to 11-5.

Shannon Fitzgerald checked in with 13 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists for the Rams.

Emily Bartlett scored 12 points for Lowell Catholic.

Notre Dame 54

Fellowship 17

Sophia Jean (9 points), Natalie Kelleher (8 points) and Bridget Ryan (6 points) helped lead the Lancers’ balanced attack.

NDA (9-8) needs one win to qualify for the state tournament.

Chelmsford 60

Lawrence 49

Kate Krueger notched 19 points, 11 rebounds and 7 steals as Chelmsford beat Lawrence in an MVC Division 2 game.

Kat Slattery scored 12 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and had 7 steals for Chelmsford (8-8, 4-6 MVC Div. 2).

Sarah LaChance had 13 points and 6 steals for the Lions.

Andover 57

Lowell 31

Gia Bromanti was the high-scorer for Andover in this MVC Division 1 game with 19 points.

Niky Yrrizarry (10 points) and Michaela Martinez (9 points) helped lead the way on offense for Lowell (8-9).

Tewksbury 61

Dracut 38

Freshman center Aya Alkassar had a double-double for Dracut, finishing with 13 points and 12 rebounds.

Cam Watkins scored 11 points for the Middies.

Tewksbury was leading 34-22 at halftime.

Central Catholic 58

Billerica 35

Kaylee Thomas led the way with 15 points as Central Catholic improved its record to 12-3 overall and 11-0 in the Merrimack Valley Conference.

Kayleen McCormack was the high-scorer for Billerica with 11 points.

Oakmont 51

N. Middlesex 23

North Middlesex was led by a 13-point performance from Erin Bourgeouis in defeat.

Mystic Valley 47

Greater Lowell 42

Aliza Som paced Greater Lowell Tech’s offense with 16 points and 4 steals.

Michaela Kelly (8 points, 5 assists) and Kaelynn Tanner (5 points) played well.

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