Hernandez on Target for GL
Ari Hernandez netted a pair of goals and the Greater Lowell girls soccer team defeated Minuteman, 4-1, on Friday.
Elsewhere, Lowell and Methuen tied 1-1.
On the boys side, Tyngsboro got a second-half goal to draw with Millbury, 1-1.
Gr. Lowell 4
Goalkeeper Jillian McIsaac made 8 saves to preserve the win for Greater Lowell (4-6).
Liana Rosado had a goal and an assist, and Aliza Som also scored for the Gryphons.
Lowell’s goal was scored by Michelle Mejia, assisted by Hannah Erickson.
N. Andover 2
Chelmsford (4-3-3) allowed a goal in each half en route to losing this game on Thursday.
Allie LoCoco played very well at midfield for the Lions. Kat Slattery and Hannah Myerson were phenomenal at center back.
Kate Krueger came up big in goal and made a handful of outstanding saves.
N. Middlesex 2
The Patriots fell in a tight one as they allowed 2 penalty kick goals.
North Middlesex also scored on a PK by Alban Baboci. Roody Clemetson had the other NM goal, assisted by Owen Marr.
The visitors took a 1-0 lead into the locker room but host Tyngsboro got the equalizer midway through the second half as junior Jason Kelly scored, assisted by Riley O’Hayre.
Midfielder Josh Fairbanks had a strong game for THS (4-4-2). Goalkeepers Alexander Adamiak and Alex Carney split the duties in net.
Wilmington (2-6-3) goalkeeper Andrew Days made 12 saves, a few in spectacular fashion, to keep the Wildcats in the game.
Justin Healey played the final 15 minutes in net and made 5 saves. Backs Taylor Padulsky and Chris Spinazola also played well for WHS.
Innovation (6-4) got goals from Patrick Candor, Marco Savi, Diego Goodrich, Sean O’Connor and Josh Brown.