Girls Ice Hockey
Tewksbury/Methuen 8, Boston Latin 0
The cooperative Tewksbury High/Methuen High girls ice hockey team debuted over and the weekend and things could not have gone any better.
The Red Rangers blasted Boston Latin, 8-0.
Kelly Golini and Amanda Conway provided Tewksbury/Methuen with all the firepower they would need with three goals each. Golini, just a 7th grader, added two assists.
Hayley McCarthy and Kathleen LeFebvre chipped in two assists each. Junior goalie Taylor Lirakis recorded the shutout.
Boys Ice Hockey
Tewksbury 6, Haverhill 2
The Redmen (1-1-1) picked up their first victory of the season on Saturday, 6-2 over the Hillies.
Derek Petti paced the Redmen offense with a goal and 2 assists. Ryan Petti added three assists.
Mike Casey, Pat Doherty, Ryan Meade, Jack Cash and Tyler Slavin each scored in Tewksbury's balanced offense. Casey, Doherty and Meade also had assists
Goalie Kyle Paquette made 14 saves between the pipes.
Several Redmen performed well over the weekend at the Winter Festival at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston.
Cory Thomas finished 1st in the mile with a decisive victory and a time of 4:32.15. Eddie Matovu finished 2nd in the 55-meter hurdles with a time of 8.09.
John Fiorello finished 6th in the Shot Put with a throw of 46'1". Cory Cataldo finished 8th in the Long Jump with a jump of 19'9.50".
Brian Amaral finished 10th in the 2 mile with a time of 10.01.50
Wilmington Sons of Italy Tournament
Tewksbury grappled in the Annual Sons of Italy Tournament over the weekend and came away with a 6th place finish out of 15 teams participating.
Leading the way for the Redmen was Tim Martel, who was runner-up at 182 pounds. Dan Donovan placed third at 195 and Nick Jansen did likewise at 220. Broc Dokos (170), Mike Donovan (126) and Troy Carey all wrestled well, posting 2-2 records at the meet.
Coming through with third place finishes were Dan Donovan (195) and Nick Jansen (220). Mike Donovan (126), Troy Carey (132) and Broc Dokos (170) all finished 2-2. Tewksbury was sixth place out of 15 teams.