The Tyngsboro/Groton-Dunstable co-op swimming team competed in the Midland-Wachusett League championship meet with the boys finishing third out of 12 teams and the girls fifth.
For the boys team, Cam Watelet took first place in the 200 IM event and second in the 100 butterfly. He set school records in both events.
Also, Gavin Duhamel was third in the 100 breaststroke with a school-record time, and Ethan Axon was fourth and Dylan Connerty fifth in the 1-meter diving.
Ben Mason, Watelet, Dylan Han and Duhamel took second in the 400 freestyle relay, while Kevin Carpenter, Han, Watelet and Duhamel were fourth in the 200 medley relay.
On the girls side, Lauren Kenney was second in the 50 freestyle and third in the 100 freestyle for Tyngsboro/G-D.
Fifth-place finishes went to Sarah Figueroa in the 200 free, Kirsten Sjoberg in the 100 butterfly and Abby Serrano in the 1-meter diving.
The 400 freestyle relay team of Brooke Towle, Figueroa, Abigail Gribbin and Kenney took second place.
The Vikings wrestled in the Colonial Athletic League Tournament and came home with nine medals.
The meet came in the wake of Nashoba Tech polishing off a 6-0 league record to take the dual-meet championship. They are 16-2 overall.
NT champions were Soul Zaker (106 pounds), Kevin Keins (126) and DJ Fraser (220).
Second-place finishers were Kit Zaker (113), Kenny Keins (120), Isaac Kennedy (132), Tom Eyles (182) and Terry O'Reilly (195).
Bronze medalists were Jason Mendonca (145) and Tyler Alden (170). No team scores were kept.
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N. Middlesex went on the road and fell to talented Fontbonne Academy, 56-40. The Patriots dipped to 8-8 with the setback.
Hadley Beauregard had a strong game in defeat with 18 points, 5 rebouds, 4 assists and 4 steals. Maddie Harrington contributed 6 points, 12 rebounds and 5 blocks.
In a 42-30 loss to Tyngsboro the day before, Emma Smolinski sparked the Tigers to the Mid-Wach victory with 13 points and 7 rebounds.
Hadley Beauregard led the way for the Patriots with 10 points, 4 assists and 4 steals. Maddie Harrington claimed 9 points, 8 rebounds and 3 blocks, while Molly McFague added 4 points.
Ellie Eisenklam scored 9 points, including a huge 3-point shot in the fourth quarter, and had 5 blocks as Groton-Dunstable improved to 12-1.
Jordan Wynn scored 8 points and pulled down 7 rebounds, while Rachel Romich chipped in with 9 points and 6 rebounds.
Jacob Gavel scored 8 points for the Crusaders.
Evan Cook checked in with 7 points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists.
The Tigers took their first lead in the third quarter during a 21-14 run to qualify for the state tournament.
Junior forward scored 14 of his 19 points after second half. Adding 10 points apiece were senior forward Mitch Crory and junior guard Jacob Yurkoski for Littleton (6-9), which sewed up second in the league.
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Ayer Shirley 35
The Panthers led 24-17 at halftime and an upset seemed quite possible. But host West Boylston rallied in the second half.
Ayer Shirley received 11 points from Lucas Sargent and 10 points from Dieke Ebika. Curtis Holmes chipped in 9 points for the Panthers.
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Christian Beck scored 22 points and Max Hurley notched 20 points to propel Tyngsboro past North Middlesex. Josh Kelly made his presence felt on offense for the Tigers with 9 points.
For North Middlesex, Zach Collins was the high-scorer with 15 points.