Senior Erin Cox served the last six points to rally the unbeaten North Andover to a thrilling 16-14 win in the last game to keep the Knights unbeaten (9-0) on the year with a 3-2 win over Lynnfield. Merry Eagan led North Andover with 11 kills and six aces, Cox had 34 assists and Caroline Schmidt added nine kills and 20 digs. Katie Lessard played strong defense.
Breaks own record
Pelham senior Harley Kearney scored five goals, giving him 23 on the year, to break his own school record, as Pelham blasted Franklin 10-0 in boys soccer. Eric Guinasso helped out with four goals of his own in the Python romp.
Spreading it out
Salem got goals from four different players in its 4-0 field hockey win over Bishop Guertin. Lizzy Twomey had a goal and an assist for the Blue Devils.
Ryan Cronin shot a team season-low 34 on the Bradford Country Club to pace Haverhill to a 19 1/2 to 1/2 win over Methuen. Sean Bellemore had a 37 for the Hillies (5-3), who had four golfers under 40.
Reggies; 19th straight
The Greater Lawrence boys cross country team won its 19th straight dual meet over three years, 16-47 over Lowell Catholic. Junior Yosvaldy Tejeda was first, breaking his own home course record with a 16:22 for 3.06 miles.
Methuen’s field hockey team got revenge for an earlier loss to Haverhill, defeating the Hillies 1-0 as sophomore Katrina Crowe scored on an assist from older sister Caroline Crowe.
28 shots, two goals
Timberlane’s field hockey team had 28 shots on net but had to settle for a 2-0 win over Dover. Haley Dow and Ariana Kinsvater scored for the Owls (6-2).
Thornhill on side
Sydney Thornhill made 12 saves, including one on a breakaway, as Central Catholic’s field hockey team blanked Tewksbury 1-0. Julia Gagne scored in the second half for the Raiders (6-2).