Haverhill’s girls ended a tough season in style by rallying for a season-ending 42-39 victory over Lawrence. Molly Hoopes ended her career with 12 points, 21 rebounds and 7 blocks to lead the way and Felicia Murray and Marlena Buco (12 points) had seven points apiece in a huge 16-point fourth quarter. The Hillies controlled the boards as Murray complemented Hoopes with 17 rebounds.
Calvin Wiles scored a season-high 25 points as Pentucket rallied past Greater Lowell 56-53.
Methuen’s Cooper Hammel drilled six 3-pointers in a 76-70 loss to Everett.
Lumb gets 1,000th
Morgan Lumb got the 1,000th point of her career in the third quarter, putting North Andover ahead 31-20, and scored 12 points overall as the Knights defeated Stonehill 45-33.
Haverhill’s hockey team has lost its share of close games, often fading in the third period, but yesterday they rallied with a pair of goals in the third period for a 4-3 victory over Hudson. Kyle Gosselin had a goal and an assist and Mike Gleason had 34 saves.
Reggies make it
For the second straight year, the Greater Lawrence boys basketball team qualified for the state tournament in its last game, blasting Lynn Tech 54-24. Oscar Reynoso led the Reggies (10-10) with four 3-pointers and 22 points.
Trick for Harper
Curtis Harper netted his first hat trick of the season as the Londonderry hockey team whipped Nashua North 6-2. Eric Coburn added two goals and two assists for the Lancers (14-4-2).
Dan Rivet had a goal and an assist as North Andover tripped Saugus to advance into the finals on the Newburyport Bank Tournament. The Knights will play the winner of Newburyport-Matignon Thursday at 7 p.m. in the finals.
Lawrence’s boys basketball team saw its tournament hopes dashed by Dighton-Rehoboth, dropping a 48-41 decision to fall to 8-11 with just one game remaining. Bryan Martinez led the Lancers with 14 points.