Dan Sullivan led Haverhill in kills (16), blocks (6) and digs (9) as the Haverhill volleyball team remained unbeaten, edging Lowell 3-2.
Wolf on the track
Pat Wolfgang scored victories in the triple jump and 110 hurdles while Yanni Falaras won the shot put and discus to lead North Andover to a 110-35 win over Chelmsford.
Leavitt rips 7 RBIs
Karoline Leavitt slugged a three-run homer in the first and a solo shot in the fifth and totalled four hits and seven RBIs as Central Catholic hipped Haverhill 18-2. Dylan Parsons also had four hits while Krista Maloney, Ally Cavanaugh and Devlin Frost had three apiece.
Locals lead Brooks
North Andover resident Bella Papapetros’ assisted on the game-winner with 1:44 left and North Andover goalie Hannah Buttress turned away BB&N’s final bid as Brooks won 14-13 in girls lacrosse.
Running the race for the first time, Sebastian Silveira won the 400 hurdles in a school-record 58.7 to lead Andover to a 89-61 victory over Lowell, snapping a three-year unbeaten streak for the Red Raiders, according to Golden Warriors coach Peter Comeau.
On the girls side, Hannah Chapman won the long jump and triple jump to lead the Golden Warriors to a 101-44 win.
Katie Equi (triple, 100 and 400 hurdles) and Taylor DePalo (long jump, 100, 400) were triple winners for Central Catholic, which downed Haverhill 87-58. Riley Gilmore had a strong distance double for the Hillies.
Knights win thriller
With the game scoreless heading into the sixth inning, Matt Varoutsos singled, advanced to third on an error and scored on a wild pitch to give North Andover the lead, then pinch runner William Marcotte scored on a Chris Bosco single to give the Scarlet Knights a two-run advantage. Methuen cut the lead to one, but Brendan Parisotto came on to slam the door with a strikeout to lock down a 2-1 win.
In the first match of his high school career, and the meet on the line, freshman Connor Aulson rallied to win 1-6, 7-6, 7-5 to clinch Pentucket’s 3-2 win over Masconomet.
Andover’s girls tennis team captured its third straight match 5-0 meaning that no Warrior has yet to taste defeat. Freshman Courtney Nash won 6-0, 6-1 at third singles.