_The Tewksbury High girls track team _swept three of the first four events and cruised to a 55-31 victory over Notre Dame Academy of Tyngsboro in a dual meet contested at Lowell High School Wednesday afternoon.
Senior captains _Sarah Hogan and Jess Bridle_ both extended their unbeaten streaks to four straight dual meets, as the Redmen captured their second straight Merrimack Valley Conference victory after opening the season 0-2.
"Today was a much cleaner meet for us than any of the first three," _said TMHS coach Peter Molloy._ "Everything went smoothly. I can't remember any of the kids making any mistakes that cost us."
Hogan, who had won the 300-yard dash in her first two meets, won her second straight 50-yard dash in a time of 6.5 seconds Wednesday. Sophomores Kylie Sedgwick (second) and Erin Morrissey (third) completed the TMHS sweep.
Bridle, who had won the 50 in Tewksbury's first two meets, cruised to victory in the 300 for the second straight week. Jenn Schultz (second) and Amanda Schiavone (third) completed the sweep, as Bridle ran away from the field in a lightning-fast 38.8 seconds. Bridle's time was the fastest recorded so far this season in the Merrimack Valley Conference, and one of the top three or four times ever run by a TMHS female athlete.
"We've had some studs come through here in that event," Molloy said. "When you think of kids like (Nikki) Cunha, Ally Green, Ashley Smith, Stacey Ossinger, Colleen Fitzpatrick, all those kids have broken 40 (seconds) and Jess is a tick ahead of all those kids, except maybe Cunha."
Tewksbury also swept the 50-yard high hurdles, as sophomore Kelly Quigley finished first for the third time this season. Quigley ran the hurdles in 8.4 seconds followed by Cassidy Russell in second and Ashley Callahan in third.
Ever reliable senior _shot putter Lisetta Jacintho_ also stretched her dual meet record to 4-0 with a winning toss of 31-feet, 10.25 inches in the shot put. Matilda Matovu took second for Tewksbury.
The TMHS effort was aided by two first-time winners. Freshman Alyssa Zurowski cleared an impressive 4-feet, 8-inches to win the high jump for the first time in her career. Zurowski became the first Tewksbury High freshman to clear 4-feet-8 since school record-holder Kristen Judge did it as a freshman in 2005. Judge is now a senior high jumper at the University of Pennsylvania.
"She (Zurowksi) has got some hops, from gymnastics," Molloy said. "She's very aware of what her body is doing in space, and that makes her very easy to coach. She's just got a real good hop to her."
Sophomore Courtney Graffeo knocked two seconds off her previous personal best time in the 600 yard run, earning her first career victory in the 600. Brianna Lelos took third for Tewksbury in the 600.
"That's a great win for Courtney and an impressive PR," Molloy said.
Other point scorers for Tewksbury included Rachael McCabe (second) and Grace Canavan (third) in the two mile, Rebecca Davies (second) and Jackie Giasullo (third) in the 1000, and Olivia Boudreau (third) in the mile run. Davies and Giasullo each ran personal bests in the 1000 by over 10 seconds.
Overall, Molloy was extremely happy with his team's victory.
"It's good for the soul, winning never hurts," Molloy said.
Tewksbury takes on Billerica next Wednesday.