Tyngsboro Slips Past Hudson; Walsh Lifts CHS
Madison Bovill and Olivia Strange scored 1 goal each as Tyngsboro edged Hudson, 2-1, in a Midland-Wachusett League cross-over field hockey game.
In other Mid-Wach action Monday, Groton-Dunstable tied Algonquin 1-1 and Littleton topped Quabbin 3-1. In the MVC, Chelmsford prevailed over North Andover, 3-2.
Rachel Avery assisted on Strange’s goal.
Emma Hogan did a great job possessing the ball, while playing a strong all-around game.
Emily Ronan made 2 saves in goal, and Alisha Tyros made 2 defensive saves.
Noelle St. Germain scored the Groton-Dunstable goal with an assist from Heather Carroll in this Mid-Wach game that ended in a tie.
Ashleigh Siciliano had a strong game in goal, finishing with 13 saves.
Emily Miller, Emily Hauk and Hannah Bowman had strong games in the midfield for the Crusaders (4-3-2).
Emma Beers scored 2 goals in this Mid-Wach cross-over game as Littleton improved its record to 7-1-2.
Valerie Crory made her presence felt on offense with 1 goal and 1 assist.
Julia Cochran made 8 saves in goal.
Forward Molly Magnette played well.
North Andover 2
Shannon Walsh scored 2 goals while leading Chelmsford past North Andover in an MVC game.
Megan Hill potted 1 goal, while Emma Bouley dished out 2 assists for the Lions.
Morgan Wright made 3 saves in goal.
The 7-3 Pythons played better than the final score indicated but just were unable to find the back of the net.
After three weeks on the road, Pelham returns home Tuesday to take on Goffstown.