Shawsheen’s Glennon fires one-hit shutout over Blue Hills – Lowell Sun

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Shawsheen 7, Blue Hills 0
Senior pitcher Jack Glennon threw a complete game shutout as Shawsheen (5-0) blanked Blue Hills.
The Shawsheen staff ace, Glennon took a no-hitter into the seventh before surrendering Blue Hill’s lone hit of the night. He worked very efficiently from the mound, throwing 69 pitches and fanning four. Catcher Robbie Welch called a great game behind the dish. Glennon was also bolstered by some gold glove defense behind him. Junior Mike Maselli came up clutch for Shawsheen with two hits, two walks and five RBI. Mavrick Bourdeau (two runs), Owen Duggan 9two hits, three runs) and Brendan Lee (hit, RBI) were also offensive sparkplugs.

Lowell 8, Chelmsford 3
Matt Desroches held a potent Lions lineup to one hit, as Lowell clipped Chelmsford.
Desroches spun a gem through five strong frames, fanning six while allowing one run. Jack Aylward sparked the offense with a pair of hits including an RBI double. Declan Silva (two hits, RBI) and Ethan Chanthompalit (hit, RBI), also came through with timely hits.

North Andover 9, Dracut 2
C.J. Carpentier went 3-fot-3 with three RBI as North Andover downed Dracut.
The Middies lineup was bolstered by Ben Pashoian (four hits, RBI), Anthony Fazio (three hits , three runs) and Bobby Roth (hit, RBI).

Oyster River 13, Pelham 2
Pelham’s Alex Carroll drove in an RBI in the bottom of the sixth, but his team was peppered by Oyster River.
Matt Todino led off the game with a single and added a sacrifice fly in the third. Cesar Martinez and Zach James also contributed hits against OR starter Andy Carlson. Henry Paquette picked up the loss.
Next up for Pelham, a meeting with Sanborn, April 18.

North Middlesex 16, Marlboro 0
Michael Archambault went 2-for-3 with a double and three RBI, as North Middlesex showed no mercy to Marlboro, beating them in a four-inning mercy rule massacre.
Brady Reardon drove in three RBI, with Michael Arbuckle adding two, in this offensive flurry.

Billerica 14, Lawrence 2
Junior second baseman Emily Burdick went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles and two RBI, as Billerica levelled Lawrence.
After scoring a pair of runs in the first, Billerica’s lineup exploded for 12 runs in the second inning. Catcher Morgan Jones was an offensive catalyst going 3-for-4, with two runs and two RBI. That was all the offense senior captain Samantha Lee (1-0) would need. The pitcher surrendered five hits in five innings, fanning three and allowing two earned runs for the win.

Oyster River 15, Pelham 3
Brooke Slaton drilled a three-run home run and played well defensively, but Pelham (0-3) was unable to silence the Oyster River (1-1) offense.
Pelham slugger Christina Louh laced a double in the loss, while Bella Furtado and Shaelyn Hinton had strong defensive games.

Billerica 14, Belmont 4
Julia Trainor scored seven goals and added two assists, as Belmont (2-2 MVC, 3-2 overall) bombed Belmont.
Sara MacLeod paced the attack potting five goals, helping her team establish the 11-1 lead at halftime. Paige Murphy and Audrey Toce rounded out the goal-scoring attack. Goaltender Katelyn D’Agostino made five saves, while backup Keira Moore stopped a pair.

Tewksbury 12, Central Catholic 0

Sam Ryan tossed a complete game shutout as Tewksbury blanked Central Catholic.

The suave southpaw went five innings, allowing zero runs on one hit, striking out eight and walking one. Tewksbury fired up its offense in the first, as Sam Perkins (two hits) ripped an RBI double scoring two runs. Tewksbury opened things up plating six runs in the fifth. The rally was capped by an RBI double by Ryan, scoring Aislin Davis and Avery Della Piana. Alyssa Adams, Becca Harris and Abby Tower also provided timely at-bats.

Boys Lacrosse
Alvirne 13, Kennet 10
Wric Allard scored six goals as Alvirne defeated Kennet
The Alvirne offense was fueled by hat tricks from Cole Bucknam and Cedric Beaulieu. Connor Hall also potted a goal. The defensive was led by the great goaltending of Ayden Kelly.

Girls Tennis

Chelmsford 3, North Andover 2

First doubles team Erin McNulty and Sakhi Thakkar topped Leah Tenenbuam and Jocelyn Jankowski in a tiebreaker 6-3, 7-6 (7-3), as Chelmsford edged North Andover.

Sarah Saliba got the Lions going winning her first singles match with Callie Dias 6-1, 4-6, 7-5. Jamie Garber garnered the second singles win against Tika Roy 7-5, 7-5, to seal the deal.

Billerica 4, Tewksbury 1

First doubles unit Lillian Elmstrom and Chloe McDermott topped Cecelia Ito and Darya Mehrabani in a tiebreaker 6-4, 6-6 (13-11), as Billerica beat Tewksbury.

Second singles player Cali Metcalfe made the most of her match with Chloe Barns 6-4,6-4. Third singles star Sam Whitten was also on top of her game nudging Juliana Ricci 6-1,6-1. Billerica’s second doubles team of Leah Pratt and Anisha Goel left no doubt dropping Natalie Nguyen and Fiona Ho 6-2, 6-0. Tewksbury’s lone win came at first singles, as Renuka Late fought off Abigayle Rettman 6-1, 6-4.

Tyngsboro 5, Littleton 0

Meshwa Patel paced the attack at third singles defeating Jaime Sundberg 6-1, 6-1, as Tyngsboro shutout Littleton.

Sophia Lundberg started the Tigers run beating Julia DiNoia at first singles 6-1, 6-0. Atena Jasim appeared to clinch the team victory bumping off Kate Ferreira at second singles 6-0, 6-4. The first doubles team of Mia Kilmon and Ginelle Cote refused to let up topping Lyndsey MacDonald and Erin Coykendall 6-0, 6-0. Tyngsboro won the second doubles match by forfeit 6-0, 6-0, solidifying the sweep.

Boys Tennis

Alvirne 5, Salem 4

Aiden Hughes hit Ozcar Lacharitie with the loss at third singles 8-5, as Alvirne slid past Salem.

Alvirne made its mark in singles circulation winning the top four matchups. Peyton Meuse beat Wyatt Beulter at first singles 8-0. Ashton Meuse denied Nathaniel Gates at second singles 8-0. Caleb Lambert jumped Jackson Maietta at fourth singles 8-2. The Meuse brothers also joined forces at first doubles dropping Beulter/Lacharitie 8-5. Salem’s Luc Goonow grounded Jace Martin at first singles 8-5, while Max Condon clipped James Dlubac at sixth singles 8-2. Salem was much more successful in doubles action, taking two of three. Maietta and Gavin Chase closed out Hughes and Lambert at second doubles 8-6, while Gates and Om Patel slipped past Dlubac and Lucas Perron at third singles 8-6.

Tewksbury 4, Billerica 1

Billerica’s First doubles unit Eddie Othleno and Tanmay Sonawane scored the 6-4, 7-5 win at first singles over Tyler Chestbraugh and Greg Mercado 6-4, 7-5, but that’s as close as they would get as Billerica (1-4) fell to Tewksbury.

Billerica was bolstered by slick singles play in several tight-fisted matches. Brady Litton edged Abhianba Guswami at first singles 6-3, 6-2. Win Bo bumped off Yuwal Kumar at second singles 7-5, 7-5. Michael Gaglione maintained the momentum at third singles stopping Shreyansh Tiwari 3-6, 6-2, 6-4. Vanny Franklin and George Zackulor finished the Indians off beating Kevin Hulzen and Saharshi Mandal at second singles 6-3, 6-4.


Lowell 3, Billerica 0

Mustafa Salih helped lead the way, as Lowell (6-0) beat Billerica.

The Raiders won in straight sets 25-11, 25-12, 25-15. Lowell was guided by big games from Aiden Roum, Ceazar Joseph and Walter Palacio. Billerica’s Ethan Cliff provided great offense for the Indians. Ankush Patel chipped in with four kills. Aidan Le also served strong in the loss.

Lowell plays hosts Chelmsford after the school vacation.

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