Greater Lawrence improved to 15-2 with a 57-29 romp over Whittier. Joshua Suarez had a season-high 10 points and, in his first start, Luis Gonzalez, had five rebounds.
Aronov wins gold
Andover’s Joseph Aronov won the all-around with a 44.2 score at the Coaches Invitational. Evan Igoe tied for first on the floor with a 7.6.
First win in 2 years
Andover captured its first dual meet in two years, 42-39 over Peabody. Sophomore Matt Stamos recorded the decisive points with a second-period pin at 195 and Patrick Meagher (120), Matt Marcotte (132) and Shaun Merrill (170) all picked up first-period pins.
“The kids were extremely excited,” said Andover coach Brian Caldwell. “They’ve been working hard for this.”
Grant paces NECC
Haverhill’s Ryan Grant paced Northern Essex to an 88-82 victory over Bunker Hill with 16 points, 5 rebounds, 7 assists and 4 steals. Colin Collins added 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Knights (11-10).
Clutch from line
With Londonderry leading by a basket with 17 seconds left, Marc Corey sank a pair of free throws. After Exeter hit a shot, freshman Caleb Green hit two free throws with 4.3 seconds left to give the Lancers a 62-56 win.
Kudos for Kilian
McKenna Kilian scored a career-high 19 points to pace Pentucket to a 36-27 win over Triton.
Senior night delight
On senior night, Timberlane’s six seniors in the lineup all recorded pins in a 48-15 win over Bishop Guertin. Mike DiGregorio had a 22-second pin at 182.
Christian Marte recorded a pin in just 10 seconds at 120 pounds to highlight Greater Lawrence’s 39-38 victory over Wilmington.
St. John’s easily beat Andover and Austin Prep to complete a perfect 12-0 season. Joe Cavallaro of North Andover starred for the Prep, finishing second overall. Andover High’s Jake Tarricone placed fifth overall.
Conway nets 4
Amanda Conway potted four more goals and Hayley Sutherland added three assists as the Tewksbury-Methuen Red Rangers leveled Lincoln-Sudbury 5-1.
Kevin Maldonado scored 21 points and John Muldoon added six for a much improved young PMA squad, which lost to Nashoba Tech 60-36. Earlier in the year Nashoba won by 54.
Gallanar makes point
Georgetown’s Mike Gallanar pinned Cape Ann League champ Kevin Gregorio at 152 pounds for the Royals in a 53-24 loss to Masconomet.