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Billerica Shuts Out Lawrence

October 9, 2018

Collin Robson made 6 saves while posting the shutout in goal as Billerica blanked Lawrence, 1-0, in a Merrimack Valley Conference boys soccer game.

BOYS SOCCER

Billerica 1

Lawrence 0

Stephen Harris scored the Indians’ goal with an assist from Jonathan Bragg.

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Michael Bragg played well for Billerica (4-2-2).

Tewksbury 0

Auburn 0

The Redmen and Auburn played to a scoreless tie in a non-league game.

Tewksbury keeper Liam Cafferty (2 saves) posted his fifth shutout of the season.

Nabil Barkallah and Noah Fleming had strong games in the midfield for the Redmen (6-2-2).

Lexington 4

Wilmington 0

Lexington scored three goals late in the second half while topping Wilmington in a Middlesex League game.

Pat O’Mahony, Chris Spinazola Cam Martin, and Marcus Barnes played well on defense for Wilmington (2-7-3).

Wildcat keepers Andrew Days and Justin Healey combined to make 10 saves.

Groton-Dunstable 2

Maynard 1

Sophomore forward David Alverez scored the game-winning goal with 12:39 left to play in this Mid-Wach game.

Matt Fordham assisted on the decisive tally.

Groton-Dunstable took a 1-0 lead Jeremy Keast scored with an assist from Wil Zinkann.

Alex Newman made 3 saves in goal.

Alex Castallano, Zac ElMasri, Ian Maguire and Max Phanord played well for the Crusaders (3-3-3).

Shawsheen Tech 1

Bedford 1

Jared Rizzo scored Shawsheen Tech’s goal with an assist from Elias Flaounas as the Rams tied Bedford in a non-league game.

Joe Hansen, Matt Pustizzi, Jose Cruz and keeper Mike Reppucci had strong all-around games for Shawsheen.

GIRLS SOCCER

Medway 3

Central Catholic 1

Medway scored all three of its goals in the second half of this non-league victory over Central Catholic.

Sydney Wnek scored the Raiders goal with an assist from Layal Khartabil.

Mary Gerard made 10 saves in goal for Central Catholic (5-4-1).

CROSS COUNTRY

Tyngsboro

The Tyngsboro boys and girls cross country teams posted strong efforts at the 15th annual Battle of the Border Invitational in Hudson, N.H. Saturday.

Sophia Campbell (8th place, 19:35), Jenna Parent (44th, 21:03), Julie Vincent (68th, 22:33), Marissa Wonson (83rd, 24:53) and Emilia Hinde (86th, 26:22) led the way for the Tigers’ girls team.

Running well for the boys team were Nick Tassinari (44th, 17:41), Andrew Parker (75th, 19:00), Peter Lam (76th, 19:01), Tyler Neal (77th, 19:03) and Joe Gagnon (94th, 20:47).

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