Wynn, Groton-Dunstable Romp; Pitts Sparks Lions
Hannah Wynn scored 5 goals and had 2 assists while powering Groton-Dunstable past Wachusett, 18-4, in a girls lacrosse game.
Julia Stathis netted 4 goals and had 1 assist for the Crusaders (4-5).
Rachel Erickson checked in with 3 goals and 4 assists. Noelle St. Germain made 9 saves while posting the win in goal.
The Lions remained undefeated in MVC play as Julia Pitts led the way with 5 goals.
Leah Green had 3 goals and an assist, while Kate Krueger chipped in 2 goals and 3 assists for CHS (10-2, 8-0 MVC). Also starring in front of Morgan Wright, who made 10 saves, were Claire Danahy (goal, assist), Kat Wood (goal, assist), Ava Nordengren (goal) and Sarah Lachance (2 assists).
Greater Lowell 2
Kara Ippolito and Jade Sweeney tallied 2 goals each to power the Rams to the CAC victory.
Megan Brown, Brooke Johnson, Maddie Rumley, Devin Sweeney and Hailey Winn also found the back of the net. Julia Ryan made 15 saves.
For Greater Lowell, Madison Hamilton netted 2 goals. Athenna Mao, Angelina Srey and Kaelynn Tanner also starred.
Jill Schwab scored 7 goals, including the 200th goal of her varsity career, while leading the way for Pelham’s high-powered attack.
Olivia Gagnon scored 3 goals, while Ashley Masson, Abbie Patchen, Jordyn Galgay and Sydney Nutter potted 1 goal each for Pelham (6-1).
Dominque Milinazzo scored 5 goals and won 5 draw controls for Alvirne.
Hailey Ramalhinho netted 2 goals, while Autumn Robinson potted 1 goal. Lara Mallizia made 7 saves.
Central Catholic 17
Caroline Affolter powered Central’s offense with 4 goals and Ciera Licare set up 5 goals.
Logan Miller had 3 goals and an assist, while Carly LaFerriere netted 3 goals to power the Raiders to the MVC rout.
Olivia DeLonais and Grace Lydon scored twice each. Olivia Hamilton made 7 saves for Central (6-5, 5-3 MVC).
Kaleigh Dunham led the way with 5 goals and 2 assists as Lowell posted its first-ever win over Andover at the varsity level.
Casey Mitchell chipped in with 3 goals for Lowell (9-3, 4-2 MVC Division 2). The Red Raiders are in first place in the MVC Division 2.
Lilly Diamantopolous and Caetryn Gilreath scored 2 goals each. Abigail Mitchell and Elizabeth Tighe notched 1 goal and 1 assist apiece. Isabella Marsden made 8 saves.
Hannah Erickson, Olyvia Cassella, Julia Sullivan and Molly McAnespie had strong games on defense.