Rams, Redmen Roundup: TMHS Baseball Celebrates Senior Day With Win, Shawsheen Tech Lacrosse Teams Are Top Seeds
May 25, 2016 12:36PM
By Bill Gilman
Tewksbury High seniors Jeff Anderson, Josh Asselin, Steven Hamel, Brett Morris and Jack Theriault help cut the ribbon as part of the rededication of Gary Strong Field. (TMHS Athletics Twitter Photo)
Tewksbury 6, Wilmington 3
The Tewksbury High baseball team has struggled through a difficult season, but a victory on Senior Day over the Redmen's archrivals goes a long way to making things better.
Backed by the pitching and hitting of Ryan Morris, Tewksbury (4-14) rolled over Wilmington, 6-3, on Monday.
Prior to the start of the game, the Tewksbury's newly renovated Gary Strong Field was re-dedicated.
Morris was solid on the hill. He struck out seven and allowed seven hits. At the plate, he had a hit and drove in two runs
Brett Morris supported his brother with two hits and two RBI. Tyler Wilson also drove in a pair of runs, while Cam Legvold contributed two hits.
Shawsheen Tech 5, Bedford 1
Senior Dan McCrevan tossed a four-hitter to lift Shawsheen Tech (12-6) past Beford. McGrevan, of Tewksbury, didn't walk anyone and fanned six.
Brendan O'Flaherty doubled twice and drove in three runs for the Rams. Ryan Cummiskey had two hits and scored twice.Tyler Boutwell also scored a pair of runs.Shawsheen Tech 6, Weston 3
The Rams improved to 13-6 with a solid win over Weston.
Junior Leo Frisella went six strong innings to earn the win. He allowed just two earned runs, while fanning five. Liam Dawson worked a perfect seventh for the save.
Ryan Cummiskey paced the offense with three hits, two RBI and a run scored., David Lindsey, Andy Diranian and Craig Rich each chipped in with two hits.
Tewksbury 16, Bedford 8
The Tewksbury High girls lacrosse team slammed Bedford, 16-8. With the win, the Redmen qualify for the State Tournament under the Sullivan Rule.
Amanda Aylward and Kelly Golini led Tewksbury with five goals each. Markwarth had three, Chisholm added two.
Tewksbury 3, Chelmsford 2
The cardiac kids are at it again.
Tewksbury rallied for three runs in the top of the 6th inning to knock off Chelmsford, 3-2.
Kayla Von Kahle led the Redmen with three doubles. With the win, Tewksbury imprives to 16-3.
Tewksbury 13, Lowell Catholic 1
Lowell Catholic was no match for the powerful bats of Tewksbury High.
Frankie Cocca and Kayla Von Kahle drilled back-to-back home runs in the 4th inning to help the Redmen blow the game open.
Adriana Favreau added a two-run homer. Brooke Lamothe ripped a two-run triple, while Catherine Butler drove in three runs.
State Vocational Lacrosse Tournament
The Shawsheen Tech No. 1 seeded Girls Lacrosse Team will host No. 4 Gr. Lowell on Thursday in the 1st Round of the Mass Vocational Tournament at 3 p.m.
The Shawsheen Tech No. 1 seeded Boys Lacrosse Team will host No. 4 Monty Tech on Thursday in the 1st Round of the Mass Vocational Tournament at 5: p.m.
Tewksbury 3, Bedford 2
Cassia Burns (T) def. Sarah Pequeno, 6-1, 6-3
Tewksbury wins, 6-4, 6-2
Karima Zahiri (T) def. Mari Fay, 6-0, 6-4
Sarah Milano & Jackie Stevens (B) def. Briana Higgins & Liana Angelis, 6-4, 6-3
Julie Grossman & Maya Bostwick (B) def. Robin Czarniecki & Elizabeth Ezekiel, 6-1, 6-3