Noyes ignites Littleton boys lax – Lowell Sun
Littleton 17, Tyngsboro 2
Cam Noyes netted eight goals and 10 points, as Littleton topped Tyngsboro.
Josh Manickam fueled the offense potting four goals and assisting on three others. Brian Marrese made his move with a goal and team-high five assists.
“We played very well from the opening faceoff,” said Littleton Coach Mark Parkinson. “We were able to execute some quick paced, fastbreak at times offense, to give ourselves a cushion to start the game.
Ryan Johnson and Brady Decoste each enjoyed three-point games scoring a goal and adding two assists. Cody Shearer secured an goal and an assist. Garrett Shimmel and Brian Marrese rounded out the goal scoring, with Aiden Leduc adding a helper. Goalie Colin Murphy made seven saves. The Tigers only took one penalty, which was killed.
“Colin Murphy had a very good day in goal and was instrumental on our clearing game,” said Parkinon. “We rode well, which led to some turnovers. The boys should be happy with this win.”
Littleton will face Lunenburg and Bay Path next week.
Shawsheen 15, Blue Hills 5
Junior shortstop Mavrick Bourdeau belted a pair of bases-clearing hits for six RBI, ad Shawsheen (6-0) beat Blue Hills.
The reigning CAC MVP, Bourdeau clubbed two clutch hits in the contest. The first came courtesy of an RBI triple in the second, before drilling a bases loaded double in the third. That was all the offense Aiden MacLeod would need. The pitcher tossed three innings of scoreless relief and surrendered three hits to get the relief win. He also helped his own cause lacing two hits, and RBI and two runs. Shawsheen got big at-bats out of Mike Maselli, with three hits, two RBI and a run.
Shawsheen takes on Bedford, Thursday, April 21.
Groton-Dunstable 11, South 8
Pitcher Zack Metzger bent but didn’t break, as Groton-Dunstable (4-1) pulled out the win.
Metzger went the distance on the hill in his second debut, surrendering 10 hits, but yielding juss three earned runs in 6.2 innings of work. He walked two and struck out two. Metzger and shortstop Nate Bushnell also drove in a pair of runs each.
Lowell Catholic 3, Methuen 0
Luke Van Horn sounded off for Lowell Catholic.
The junior middle hitter registered seven kills, while providing timely blocks, as the Crusaders (5-1) mauled Methuen 5-0. LC was all business winning in straight sets 27-25, 25-21, 27-25. Senior defensive specialist and outside hitter Andrew Grieco was very effective on his serves, keep his team in the first set, while providing sound defense.