North Middlesex 0
Jenny Moore(GD) def. Anna Makrianis 6-0, 6-0; Rachel Chabot(GD) def. Amanda Silva 6-0, 6-1; Nicole McAllister(GD) def. Alyssa Romac 6-1, 6-1; Casey Hutton & Meghan Watelet(NM) def. Bernadette Roscik & Kristin Hans 6-4, 6-3; Sally Pratt & Maggie Keating(GD) def. Kayla Gjelsvik & Amy Valera 6-0, 6-1.
Records: GD 1-5, NM 0-6
Tyler Colombo(G) def. Mike Banville 4-6, 6-2, 6-0; Anson Airoldi(G) def. Duncan Lapres 6-4, 6-2; Curtis Hartshorn(G) def. Henry Emmet 7-5, 6-3; James Gresock & Mike Brown(GD) def. Tom Sullivan & Jackson Earl 6-1, 6-0; Andy Blake & Frank Hohfeld(G) def. Raffi Glod & Connor Young 6-1, 6-0.
Records: GD 1-5, G 6-3
North Middlesex 10
Stacia Tenore picked up the victory on the mound for the Lady Pats, striking out seven in a complete-game effort, and chipped in offensively with a single, double and two runs-batted-in.
Hayley Lynch led North Middlesex with three hits and two RBI while Leala Watson singled and tripled, and Amanda Quin added a single and double.
Despite a pair of home runs and three runs-batted-in by Kerry Alcott, the Lady Crusaders dropped a MidWach B heartbreaker to Quabbin. Alcott also pitched well, striking out four over five innings. Stephanie Dodson had two hits and two RBI for the Lady Crusaders, while Brianna Riposa added three hits and Jess O’Sullivan two.
Maynard’s Tracy Moretti outdueled Ayer’s Gina Gibson in a well-played MidWach D encounter. Moretti picked up the win with a route-going six hitter, striking out seven. Gibson allowed six hits and struck out seven. Jocelyn Hardgraves and Sydney Woods (RBI) each paced the Ayer offense with a single and double. Ayer is now 5-4 overall, including 3-2 in league.
St. Mary’s 10
Daphne Shethar (two hits, two RBI) singled home the winning run in the bottom of the seventh as the Panthers picked up their first win of the season. Kayla Coburn led Parker with three doubles, four runs scored and two RBI.
The Panthers improved to 7-4 by slipping past the Warriors. Jon Minnich led Ayer with two hits, two runs scored and two RBI. J.J. Thomas, who earned a save in relief, added a single, triple, a run scored and two RBI. Mike Fontair picked up the win for the Panthers.
The Crusaders dropped a heartbreaker in their MidWach B opener when Fran Whitten of the Rangers delivered a three-run homer in the bottom of the seventh. Groton-Dunstable is now 5-2 overall while Westborough is 5-4.
C.J. Rourke had two doubles and a run scored for the Crusaders while John Dorff added a single and double. Will Hayden chipped in with a single and two runs-batted-in.
North Middlesex 1
Corey Lewis pitched well for the Patriots, allowing only six hits while striking out for in a complete-game effort. Lewis and Eric Guild each had a hit offensively.
The Crusaders took a 2-0 first inning lead, but Quabbin rallied to pick up a MidWach B win. Chris Chenelle led Groton-Dunstable with three hits and a run scored. Andrew Dhionis took the loss on the mound for the Crusaders, striking out three over 5 1/3 innings.
North Middlesex 17
The Patriots improved to 3-4 for the season with an easy win as they rolled to an 11-1 halftime lead. Glen MacIntyre and James Armstrong paced the Pats with three goals and an assist eacch. Dave Wholey added two goals, Evan Woollacott a goal and three assists while Devin Maher and Ted Wojcuiliewicz each chipped in with a goal and an assist. Matt Capaldo and Trevor Cohen split duties in goal, each making three saves.
St. John’s 17
North Middlesex 4
The Pioneers improved to 7-3 with an easy win over the Patriots.
Declan McCann led North Middlesex with a goal and an assist while James Armstrong, Terrence Dineen and Evan Woollacott added a goal each. Goaltender Matt Capaldo made 11 saves for the Pats.
The Crusaders slipped to 4-6 for the season with a tough loss to Northbridge. Eric Wollrath and Jon Hartzel each scored two goals for Groton-Dunstable while Brett Ursprung added a goal and an assist, and Tim Marris chipped in with a goal. Goaltender Greg Stratton made eight saves, while midfielders Brandon Stubbs and Jimmy McLean played well at midfield.
Potent Westborough improved to 9-1 for the season with an impressive win over the Crusaders (4-4). Kyle Strong, Brett Ursprung, Eric Wollrath and Rich Pomeroy each scored a goal for Groton-Dunstable while goaltender Greg Stratton made 15 saves.