Rooney Fuels Shawsheen Past Nashoba
Conor Rooney tallied 5 goals and added 2 assists while leading Shawsheen Tech past Nashoba Tech, 14-1, in a Commonwealth Athletic Conference boys lacrosse game.
Other local winners were Chelmsford, Billerica, Tyngsboro and Lowell Catholic.
Nashoba Tech 1
Owen Sullivan potted 3 goals for Shawsheen (3-0).
Dan Lee notched 2 goals and 2 assists. Shawsheen goalie Jonah Varallo made 13 saves.
Matt Lucozzi scored Nashoba Tech’s goal. Kyle Desjardin made 18 saves in goal for the Vikings (1-1).
Brothers Christian and Ben Gastonguay had 3 goals each to power the Lions past MVC rival Lowell.
Ben Pitts tallied his first varsity goal and had 2 assists for Chelmsford. David Gagnon was dominant in faceoffs and had a goal.
Chelmsford’s defense was aggressive and pole Michael Regan recorded an assist to midfielder Quinn Briere.
Goalie Tommy Hopkins was solid in net while also recording a long-range assist to Bobby Turner.
For Lowell, Brendan Tighe (3 goals) and Jack Frediani (2 goals) led the way on offense.
Can Trull Jr. and Thomas Carolan played well defensively. Lowell goalie Andrew Carrabis made 8 saves.
Matt Milano paced Billerica’s explosive attack with 5 goals.
Garrett Murphy fired home 4 goals for the Indians (2-1). Nate Young, Cole Longuemare, Nick Gualteri, Connor Doherty, Jake Marani, Johnny Caserta and Brendan Cook netted 1 goal each.
Jack Hutchings dished out 5 assists, while Alex Hughes added 4 assists.
Ian Gibbons (5 saves) and Jacob Oliver (4 saves) combined for the win in goal.
Lowell Catholic 11
James Giblin, Nick Sawyer and Christian Ruggiero scored 3 goals each while leading Lowell Catholic past Matignon in a Catholic Central League Small School game Monday.
Colin Gleason chipped in with 1 goal, 3 assists and came away with 8 ground balls.
Mike Brodgon won 12 of 16 faceoffs and had 12 ground balls. Rowan Ruggiero scored a goal.
Nashoba Regional 5
Zach Savoie scored 4 goals as Tyngsboro improved to 2-0.
Josh Fairbanks and Dillon Hyland added 2 assists each. Dan Paulaskas (10 saves) had a strong game in goal for the Tigers.
Despite a strong offensive game by Nathan Townsend, the Crusaders fell on the road in Holden.
Townsend figured in all of the goals for Groton-Dunstable (1-1) with a 2-goal, 2-assist performance.
Kyle Zimmer and Deaglan Garside scored 1 goal each for the Crusaders.