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Groton-Dunstable defeated Fitchburg, 43-11, in a Midland-Wach-usett League golf match held at Groton CC last week.

HS roundup

Elsewhere in the Mid-Wach, North Middlesex beat Littleton, 28.5 to 25.5.

Groton-Dun. 43

Fitchburg 11

Patrick O’Reilly and Matt Gingras each carded a 40 while leading the way the Crusaders in this Mid-Wach match held at Groton Country Club.

Jackie Stiles (41), Harrison Southwick (42) and Luke Llodra (42) also played well for Groton-Dunstable (8-2, 6-0 Mid-Wach B).

N. Middlesex 28.5

Littleton 25.5

Mike Amari shot a 37 while leading the way for North Middlesex (2-7).

Littleton Ethan Dolan finished at 38 for Littleton (3-7).

AMSA 164

Nashoba Tech 200

Advance Math & Science Academy beat Nashoba Tech in a match held at Chelmsford CC.

Matt Reed shot a 42 while earning team-medalist honors for Nashoba tech (2-8, 1-8 Colonial Athletic League).

Bromfield 38

Quabbin 16

Freshman Freddie Curtis led Bromfield (9-0) with a one-under par 35 and eighth grader Adrian Curtis helped with a two-over 37.


Groton-Dunstable 1

Quabbin 0

Emily Hauk scored the lone goal and goalie Anne Madden made 7 saves to record the shutout for the Crusaders. Brooke Towle, Rachel Romich, Sarah Willcox and Avery Dichter all played well.

Shrewsbury 4

Groton-Dunstable 2

The Crusaders fell at home despite goals by Noelle St. Germain and Erin Keough.

Emily Hauk set up St. Germain’s goal, while Sarah Figueroa assisted on Keough’s strike. Anne Madden finished with 7 saves.


Nashoba Tech 3

Trivium 2

Kaitlyn Mat scored two goals for the Vikings, defeating Trivium.

LeAnna Hargett scored a goal, while Grayce Kinney, Julia Marple and Jess Tine each tallied an assist. Goalie Cayleigh Sherwood was solid in net, including a penalty kick save.

Bromfield 2

Tyngsboro 1

Maddie Hickey scored the lone goal with an assist going to Makenna Hunt as the Tigers fell in a Mid-Wach game.

North Middlesex 2

Quabbin 0

Myah Johnson scored a goal for the undefeated Patriots (7-0) before an own goal by Quabbin.

NM received 7 saves from Catherine Nkwantah for her fourth shutout.

Nashoba Tech 3

Lynn Tech 0

Junior captain Kaitlyn May scored 2 goals and Baili Stevens added the other to help the Vikings. Julia Marpie and Grayce Kinney added assists and keeper Cayleigh Sherwood earned the shutout.


North Middlesex 4

Quabbin 1

Four different goal scorers found the back of the net — Wes Call, Aiden Murray, Roody Clemetson and Christopher TenBroeck — to lead the North Middlesex boys soccer team over Quabbin Regional.

Also playing well for the winners were John Charney, Seth Drahusz and Pat Maley.

Bromfield 2

Tyngsboro 0

Playing well in the losing effort were Morgan Chege, Callum Little, Brian DeFranzo and Alex Carney. The Tigers are now 4-2-2.



Nashoba Tech 27


(at Marlboro, 3 miles)

NT: 1. James Kimball 17:31; 4. Mason St. Pierre 19:02; 5. Devin Carter 20:28; 8. Robert Paris 20:52; 9. Noah Depasascreta 21:23. Record: Nashoba 3-1.



Nashoba Tech 40

(at Marlboro, 3 miles)

NT: 3. Sydney Campano 22:35; 7. KD Piecewicz 27:38; 9. Katrina Woo 37:53; 10. Yessenia Gamez 37:03.

Record: Nashoba 1-2.


Alexis Kirkland had 10 kills and seven digs to lead the way as the Academy of Notre Dame girls volleyball team defeated CAC rival Shawsheen Tech, 3-0.

With the win, Notre Dame moved to 9-1 on the season.

The scores of the games were 25-14, 25-11 and 25-20 in favor of NDA.

Kate Scarano led the team with 11 assists. Emily Richard had two blocks in the game, while Angie Nguyen had six digs for the Lancers.

Groton-Dunstable 3

Nashoba Reg. 2

G-D defeated Nashoba in a tight game.

The scores of the games were 25-20, 20-25, 25-20, 12-25 and 15-8.

Callie McPherson had 6 kills and Lily Blodgett had 5 kills; they had 4 blocks each. Peter White had 8 aces. Jordan Wynn and Erin Welch had 8 and 6 assists, respectively.

Mystic Valley 3

Lowell Cath. 0

Mystic Valley topped the Crusaders, 27-25, 25-17, 25-15, in a non-league match.

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