Polce, Goode Boost Chelmsford Girls Past Tyngsboro; Gr. Lowell Breezes
Hannah Polce led the way with 20 points as the Chelmsford High girls basketball team topped Tyngsboro, 58-41, in the non-league season-opener for both schools.
In the Commonwealth Athletic Conference, Greater Lowell Tech topped Shawsheen Tech, 48-29.
Meghan Goode netted 19 points for the Lions, who led 22-16 at halftime.
Kat Slattery scored 5 points and grabbed 16 rebounds for Chelmsford.
Katie Hurynowicz tossed in 18 points for Tyngsboro.
Greater Lowell 48
Aliza Som checked in with 13 points, 7 rebounds, 6 steals and 3 assists while leading the Gryphons past Shawsheen in a CAC Large game.
Fatta Krah added a double-double with 10 points and 13 rebounds.
Araceli Lopez (8 points, 5 rebounds) and Alanis Velez (4 points) also played well for Greater Lowell.
Maynard jumped out to a 31-18 halftime lead while topping Littleton in a season-opening Mid-Wach cross-over game.
Falynne Rzezuski paced the Tigers’ offense with 10 points.
Hannah Cochran chipped in with 8 points.
Notre Dame 38
Lynn Tech 16
Meghan Pefine led the way on offense for the Academy of Notre Dame with 13 points.
Bridget Ryan and Natalie Kelleher tallied 9 points each.
Emily Aho was a force in the paint for the Lancers (2-0), checking in with 6 blocks and 10 rebounds.
Olivia Gagnon scored 17 points while leading the way on offense for the Pythons.
Jill Schwab and McKenna Williams tallied 11 points each for Pelham, which improved its record to 2-0.