Cox is back
Erin Cox, whose suspension has drawn national and international attention, was back in the lineup and back playing at an all-star level. She had 16 assists as North Andover volleyball swept Billerica 3-0.
Going for 300
Maggie Franklin won the 200 freestyle (2:08.8) and 500 free (5:42.1) as Haverhill beat Lowell 100-78.
Haverhill’s last dual meet is next Friday against Central Catholic. With a win, Haverhill coach Rick Battistini would earn his 300th career victory.
Whittier volleyball — which won just three matches last fall — earned its 10th win yesterday and qualified for the state tournament for the first time in three years.
Heidi Arsenault posted 13 service points, including 11 straight in the third game, in a 3-0 sweep of Chelsea.
Dylan Parsons had eight services points with five aces, Victoria Nassar notched 24 digs and impressive Olivia Imprescia contributed 25 assists as Central Catholic volleyball beat Methuen 3-0.
Up from JV
Pamela Castro was promoted from JV for the Greater Lawrence volleyball match because of an absence and an injury. Castro was all over the court, finishing with eight assists and nine digs as the Reggies won 3-2 over Lowell Catholic.
Hannah Pesci scored her 27th and 28th goals of the season to lead Windham girls 2-0 over Trinity.
Zeroes for Zingales
Juliana Zingales was stellar in net with 12 saves to carry Methuen field hockey in a scoreless tie with Lowell.