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Worcester Tech 7, Assabet Valley 6: Matt Letourneau belted a two-run triple and knocked in the winning run in the seventh for the visiting seventh-ranked Eagles (16-2, 12-0 Colonial Athletic League) against the Aztecs (7-9, 7-6) in Marlboro.

Ryan Sandstrom and Mike Mastrotataro had two hits apiece, and Joe Lundberg had two hits and two RBIs

Nick Mulherin was 2 for 4 for Assabet.

Central Catholic 16, Holy Name 2: Senior Aaron Fossas had two singles for the visiting Naps (7-10).

Clinton 9, Tahanto 6: Brian Cutler was 3 for 4 with a two-run homer whiile Kyle Cutler went 2 for 4 with a two-run double for the visiting Gaels (12-7).

Matt Goguen was 2 for 3 with a double for the Stags (10-5).

David Prouty 9, Blackstone-Millville 7: Clayton Fahey drove in two runs and Ryan Fahey added an RBI single for the visiting Panthers (10-7, 9-6 DVC).

Nick Dill hit a three-run double for the Chargers (3-12, 3-6).

Douglas 5, Millbury 3: Junior Max Karsok was 3 for 4 with two RBIs and classmate Jake Foynes had two hits and drove in three runs for the host Tigers (10-8).

Kris Doyle had an RBI double for the Woolies (9-7).

Hudson 2, Westboro 1: Senior Ryan Bowen tossed a four-hitter, fanning eight and walking one, as the Hawks (13-5, 8-2 Mid-Wach B) edged the visiting Rangers (11-8, 7-3).

After John Gill's RBI single tied it in the bottom of the fourth, he scored the winner on Josh King's grounder.

Leicester 10, South 0: Sophomore second baseman Ryan Petrone was 3 for 4 with an RBI and Donnie Blake went 2 for 3 with an RBI to lead the host Wolverines (13-4) past the Colonels (4-14).

Maynard 9, Oakmont 1: Ben Chiasson struck out 12 and Kevin Dell had three hits as the visiting Tigers (10-7) got past the Spartans (10-7).

Narragansett 9 Murdock 5: Steve Comeau hit a grand slam and Shane Favreau went 2 for 3 with two RBIs for the visiting Warriors (3-13) against the Blue Devils (3-12).

Nashoba 11, Groton-Dunstable 2: Larry McGillicuddy had two doubles and two RBIs while Sam Ashline doubled twice and drove in three runs and Josh Raymond went 3 for 3 with a double, home run and two RBIs as the eighth-ranked Chieftains (12-6, 6-5 Mid-Wach B) downed the visiting Crusaders (7-9, 3-6).

Nipmuc 14, Whitinsville Christian 2: Tom Paine was 4 for 5, including three doubles, and had six RBIs, for the Warriors against the visiting Crusaders in Upton.

Nipmuc's Kelly Rooney was 3 for 5 and Connor Colombo hurled a four-hitter for the win.

North Middlesex 10, Fitchburg 0: Kevin Marciano hit a three-run homer in the fourth as the host Patriots (10-8, 5-6 Mid-Wach A) topped the Red Raiders (4-13, 1-10).

Mike Scully was 3 for 4 with a run and two doubles for North Middlesex.

Shrewsbury 9, Tantasqua 3: Billy Theis had a triple, double and four RBIs as the 10th-ranked Colonials (10-8) topped the Warriors (9-6) in Sturbridge and qualified for the Central Mass. tournament.

Cam McCarthy had two RBIs for Tantasqua.

St. Bernard's 13, Monty Tech 9: Senior Nate Wetherell had a two-run double and scored three runs while Mike Root had a single, double and drove in two for the host Bernardians (7-11).

John Hortsman had three singles and two runs for the Bulldogs (7-8).

St. John's Prep 10, St. John's 6: Senior Dan Light drove in four runs, including a three-run homer, while Jimmy Smith singled twice for the visiting No. 3 Pioneers (12-7).

Valley Tech 22, Tri-County 4: Senior Eddie Moran was 3 for 3 with two doubles and three RBIs as the visiting Beavers (14-3) cruised past Tri-County (4-12).

Freshman catcher Connor Byrnes went 3 for 5 with four RBIs and junior Julian Picard was 3 for 4 with a double and three RBIs for Valley Tech.

Wachusett 5, Algonquin 2: Steve Trychon had three hits and D.J. Foley added two more for the fourth-ranked Mountaineers (13-5, 8-3 Mid-Wach A) against the Tomahawks (7-10, 5-6) in Northboro.

Owen Gibbons went the distance for the win, while Algonquin's John Officer had two hits.

West Boylston 1, Lunenburg 0: Junior Colby Bostek went 2 for 3, including the winning home run in the fourth, lifting the Lions (11-6) over the Blue Knights (6-10) in West Boylston.

Brian Cumming tripled for Lunenburg off Lions starter Vin Green, who won the pitcher's duel with Blue Knights ace Rick Christian (five strikeouts).

BOYS' TENNIS

Chelmsford 3, Nashoba 2: Pra Vennapusa and Pri Vennapusa won in straight sets at first and second singles for the visiting Chieftains (4-7).

The Lions are 10-5.

Groton-Dunstable 4, Marlboro 1: Ryan Bunis, Max Wertheimer and James Gresock swept in singles and Dustin McEvoy and Chris McKinney won a doubles match for the visiting Crusaders (10-2).

Dhir Patel and Kyle Coogan took a doubles match for Marlboro (6-6).

Leicester 4, Burncoat 1: Matt McLeod and Luke DeLaura won singles matches for the host Wolverines (10-7), while Pat Mahoney and Zach Roland won first doubles and Steve Ferraro and Zach Narc-Hurele took second doubles.

Shrewsbury 5, Westboro 0: Pranay Bolneni, Alex Ellwanger, and Alex Minalga won their singles matches for the host Colonials (11-2).

Drew Brown and John Lindsay took first doubles, while Quinn Levine and Victor Zhang won second doubles.

St. John's 5, St. Peter-Marian 0;

St. John's 4, St. Peter-Marian 0: The Pioneers (12-3) swept a doubleheader with the Guardians (2-9), as Parth Amin, Cam Lewis and Wes Arnold won at singles in the opener, and Dave Hennessey and Alden Hosmer, and Tomas Angaramo and Mitch Axelson triumphed at doubles.

In the second match, it was Hennessey, Nick Massarelli and Arnold sweeping at singles, while the tandems of Hosmer and Abi Pawar, and Kevin Harrington and Chris Lewis won.

South 3, Uxbridge 2: Hung Huynh won in straight sets at first singles for the visiting Colonels (6-7), with Alan Chevalier-Filipe Woods-Carvalho and Peter Pham-Michael Grygoriew sweeping in doubles.

Jake Hession and Sam Dubois won singles matches for the Spartans (4-8).

Wachusett 3, Algonquin 2: Dillon George and Nick Wiles won at first and second singles and Zach Eslami and Chris Sampson won at first doubles as the visiting Mountaineers edged the Tomahawks (7-5, 6-4) in Mid-Wach A action.

Adam Gilfix won at third singles and Nick DeAngelis and Tadas Buivydas won at second doubles for Algonquin.

BOYS' LACROSSE

Acton-Boxboro 17, Shrewsbury 5: Tim Casey had two goals for the visiting Colonials (10-9) in Acton.

Grafton 15, St. Bernard's 6: Bryan Rotatori, Mike Bane and Tyler Riley each scored three goals for the visiting Indians (18-1).

Jeremy Quill had three goals, and Brian Hancock scored twice for the Bernardians (4-13).

Landmark 20, Bancroft 10: Ted Murphy had five goals for the Bulldogs (0-12) in Beverly.

South Hadley 18, St. John's 10: Jeff Desko and Hunter Burdick each scored twice for the visiting Pioneers (12-5).

BOYS' TRACK

Bromfield 68, Parker 68: Aaron Krieger won the triple jump and 100 for the Panthers, who fell to the Trojans in Harvard.

Parker 95, Nashoba Valley 31: The Panthers' Dan Suschyk was tops in the 400s and discus.

Inter-High Championships: Geoffrey Gichuci won the 110 hurdles, 400 hurdles, high jump and triple jump as Doherty won all but three events to sail to the title at Foley Stadium.

The Highlanders scored 282 points, as Ryan Carter won the shot put and discus and Dan Glover (200), Isaac Yiadom (400), Thomas Dalton-Hoffman (800), David Stidham (mile) and Jeffrey Pizarro (2 Mile) also won events.

Rahjiv Amarsingh won the 100 and Vuong Tran won the long jump to help South finish second (99 points), while David Green won the javelin for third-place Main South (54 points).

Mid-Wach B Championships: Shane Ruffing won the 110 hurdles and the triple jump and took second in the long jump while Brendan Robertson won the 800 and the mile and Richard Sterndale took the 400 hurdles and the javelin as Westboro toook the title with 198 points Sunday at Groton-Dunstable.

Logan Scharen won the 2 mile while Will Plummer won the pole vault for the Rangers.

Nashoba was second with 122 points, as John Ojukwu won the 100, Keenan LaBonte won the discus, Ryan Donnelly won the 400 and Jair Cruikshank won the 400 hurdles.

Andri Jjaltason's win in the high jump pushed Marlboro to third with 98 points.

GIRLS' TRACK

Inter-High Championships: Liz Pellegrini won the 110 hurdles, 400 hurdles, long jump and triple jump while Victoria Gray took the 100 and 200 and Tyanna McBride won the 800 and mile to help Doherty roll to the title at Foley Stadium.

The Highlanders, who scored 245 points, also got wins from Emily Mulcahy (400) and Erika Opoku (discus).

Lily Tran won the shot put and Danielle Surrette won the javelin to help Main South finish second with 106 points, while Colleen Kempskie won the 2 mile to push South into third with 67 points.

Mid-Wach B Championships: Naloti Palma won the shot put and discus as Westboro took the team title Sunday at Groton-Dunstable with 139.5 points.

The Rangers clinched with a handful of second-place finishes, including those by Nicky Simard (100), Vanessa Wegner (400), Susannah Wright (2 mile), Kimberly Bretta (100 hurdles, 400 hurdles), Katie Lis (javelin) and Erin Silva (pole vault). Westboro also held off Nashoba with second-place finishes in the 400 and 1,600 relays.

Emily Clark won the 100 and 400 hurdles, Abby Hurd won the 2 mile and took second in the 800 and Casey Teska won the pole vault and finished second in the triple jump to help Nashoba finish second with 133 points. Kelsey Horowitz won the mile, Prudence Bailey won the javelin and Siobhan Pokorney won the high jump for the Chieftains.

ART: PHOTO

CUTLINE: Wachusett first baseman B.J. Foley chases a foul pop to the fence, but can't quite pull it in during the Mountaineers' 5-2 win over Algonquin. A photo slideshow of the game can be viewed at www.telegram.com/sports.

PHOTOG: T&G Staff/JIM COLLINS
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