Westford’s Chung Pole Vault Champ

May 24, 2019

Senior Wes Chung of Westford Academy finished first in the Division 1 boys pole vault at 12 feet at Hingham High School on Thursday.

Westford also got a sixth-place finish in the pole vault from Victor Zhao at 10 feet, 6 inches.

Meanwhile, Westford freshman Meghan Frazee finished second in the Division 1 girls pentathlon with 2,695 points. Frazee finished first in the 800-meter portion of the event in a time of 2:30.16.


TYNGSBORO 1, LITTLETON 0 — Tyler Hapenny pitched a 2-hit shutout as Tyngsboro blanked Littleton in a Midland-Wachusett League game.

Brandon St. Gelais paced Tygnsboro’s offense with 2 hits.

Hapenny, JT Shaffer and Alex Carney chipped in offensively with 1 hit each for Tyngsboro.

Littleton received a strong effort on the mound from Jacob Yurkoski, who only gave up 5 hits and 1 run while striking out 11 in 6 innings.

SHAWSHEEN 5, GREATER LOWELL 4 — Shawsheen Tech overcame a 3-run deficit while rallying for the walk-off win in the bottom of the seventh inning.

Sophomore Connor Maguire drove in freshman Owen Duggan with the winning run on a base hit up the middle. Duggan had tied the game, 4-4, with a 2-run triple.

Russ Cook, Cam Rich and DJ Williams also had key hits in the seventh inning for the Rams (8-10), who need to win their final two regular season games to qualify for the state tournament. Rich and Cook finished with 2 hits each. C.J. Zemetres went the distance on the mound for Shawsheen while earning the win. Zemetres scattered 7 hits and notched 4 strikeouts.

Jake Trzcienski, Matt Gaudette and Cole Blades (1 RBI) paced Greater Lowell’s offense with 2 hits each. Riley Stys had a hit and RBI for the Gryphons. Jeremy Gray (1 hit), Brian Bosia (1 hit) and Connor Lagasse (1 RBI) helped spark Greater Lowell’s attack. Bosia pitched well for the Gryphons.

CHELMSFORD 15, DRACUT 0 — Senior left-hander Shea Ryan tossed his third no-hitter of the season. Ryan recorded 12 strikeouts with only 1 walk in six innings during his latest gem.

The Lions provided Ryan with plenty of offense, pounding out 15 hits. Graham Jeffries led the way with 3 hits, including 2 doubles, and 3 RBI.

Andrew Cloutier had 3 hits with a double and 2 RBI. Matt Doherty and Chad Lizine each had 2 hits and 2 RBI, while Carl Erickson notched 2 hits.


CHELMSFORD 12, TEWKSBURY 2 — Emma Gelineau was a force at the plate for Chelmsford, going 5-for-5 with a 2-run triple and 2 runs scored.

Kira Garrity chipped in with 3 hits, including a double, and scored 2 runs for the Lions (7-9).

Sydney Alto notched 2 hits, knocked in 1 run and scored 1 run.

GREATER LOWELL 15, GREATER LAWRENCE 2 — Makayla Mills led the way on offense for Greater Lowell Tech with 3 hits and 4 RBI.

Jessica Lawler and Audrianna DeJesus banged out 2 hits each, while Madison Cormier, Kaylee Wiroll, Brianna Figueroa and Hailee Cruz drove in multiple runs.

Jessica MacFadgen was the winning pitcher, allowing 4 hits while striking out 7 in 6 innings. Cormier, Cruz, Mills and Wiroll played well defensively for the Gryphons (8-6).

BURLINGTON 9, MELROSE 0 — Christina Clark tossed a no-hitter with 15 strikeouts while pitching Burlington past Melrose in a Middlesex League game. Clark chipped in offensively with a 2-run home run for the Red Devils (12-3).

SHAWSHEEN 9, MYSTIC VALLEY 4 — Shawsheen Tech scored 6 runs in the fifth inning while rallying past Mystic Valley in a Commonwealth Athletic Conference game.

Becca Smith and Sam Wareham led the offense with 3 hits each. Jess Stevens notched 2 hits and 2 RBI, while Kayla Mirisola had 2 hits and 1 RBI for the Rams (6-9), who need to win their final three games to qualify for the state tournament.

Mirisola (9 strikeouts) was the winning pitcher.

TYNGSBORO 3, NORTHBORO 0 — Rachel Souza and Paige Connery each homered to power the Tigers.

Souza went 2-for-3 with a double, while Connery went 2-for-2 with a single. Brenna Thirkell went 2-for-3 with 2 singles and played great defense behind the plate. Ella Beaulieu struck out 8 in five innings. The game was called after five due to rain.


SHAWSHEEN 16, WHITTIER 3 — Owen Sullivan netted 8 goals and had 1 assist while powering Shawsheen Tech past Whittier Tech in a Commonwealth Athletic Conference game.

Dave Fraser potted 3 goals for the Rams (15-3). Dan Lee chipped in with 2 goals and 1 assist, while Conor Rooney and Jacob Martin netted 1 goal and 1 assist each.

Dale Sweeney scored 1 goal.

WESTBORO 13, GROTON-DUNSTABLE 6 — Nathan Towsend and Jackson Graham netted 2 goals each for Groton-Dunstable (3-12).

TYNGSBORO 7, LEOMINSTER 5 — Mitch Anderson paced Tyngsboro’s offense with 3 goals and 1 assist.

Tucker Carmichael chipped in offensively with 2 goals and 2 assists. Seniors Kyle Williams and Zach Savoie netted 1 goal each on Senior Night. Josh Fairbanks dished out 2 assists for the Tigers (14-3).


TYNGSBORO 14, LEOMINSTER 2 — Annabelle Harrington (2 assists) and Sarah Hammerstone (8 draw controls) netted 4 goals each while powering Tyngsboro past Leominster.

Emma Angelo checked in with 1 goal and 5 assists for the Tigers. Mollie Flanagan potted 2 goals, while Courtney Hannes, Kelsey Hartigan and Justine Wagner tallied 1 goal apiece.

Jess DeBruin had 2 interceptions, and Emily Ronan made 8 saves in goal.

GROTON-DUNSTABLE 15, WESTBORO 11 — Led by junior midfielder Rachel Erickson, the Crusaders captured the Mid-Wach A game in Groton.

Erickson notched 5 goals and now has 100 career points. Hannah Wynn added 4 goals and an assist, while Abby Eisenklam compiled 3 goals and 2 assists.

G-D (6-8) led 9-2 at halftime.


In a battle of Tigers, Littleton nipped host Tyngsboro on Wednesday.

For Tyngsboro, Mollie Flanagan collected 7 goals and assists. Annabelle Harrington (assist, 8 draw controls) and Emma Angelo (assist) each notched 2 goals. Other offensive stars for THS were Annabelle Harrington with 2 goals, an assist and 8 draw controls, Sarah Hammerstone with a goal and 3 assists, Justine Wagner with a goal and assist, and Molly Lanier with a goal and 4 draw controls.

Jess DeBruin played strong defensively with 2 interceptions and 2 caused turnoers. Emily Ronan made 13 saves.

CON-VAL 21, ALVIRNE 4 — Despite a 3-goal performance from Dominique Milinazzo, the Broncos were defeated. Hailey Ramalhinho added a goal, while Lara Mallizia made 10 saves.


LITTLETON 5, FITCHBURG 0 — Coming through with singles wins for Littleton were Jack Palaia, Alex Ryzi and Matthew Krampf.

The team of Anthony Fiato and Jerry Soong won at first doubles, while Will Palaia and Mikey Taylor teamed up for a win at second doubles.

TYNGSBORO 3, NORTH MIDDLESEX 2 — The match came down to No. 3 singles, where Tyngsboro senior Peter Lam outlasted Jake Richard in a third-set tiebreaker, 6-3, 5-7, 7-6 (7-4).

Winning singles matches for the Tigers (10-6) were Jackson Lundberg (6-1, 6-1) and Lam. In doubles, the team of K.J. Moore/Trey Marcantonio were 6-1, 6-0 winners.

For North Middlesex (7-8), Caleb Amidon was a 6-3, 6-0 winner at No. 1 singles, while Matt Burns/Matt Resmini won at No. 2 doubles, 7-5, 6-1.


WILMINGTON 5, WATERTOWN 0 — Wilmington beat Watertown in a Middlesex League match.

Posting wins in their singles matches for the Wildcats were Emily Hill, Carolyn Roney and Lia Kourkoutas.

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