Boys basketball destroys Wilmington, 80-37.
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Boys basketball destroys Wilmington, 80-37.
Girls Hockey Tewksbury/Methuen 5, Concord-Carlisle 1 First time was the charm for the Tewksbury/Metheun girls hockey team. The Red Rangers are headed to the State Tournament in their very first varsity season after dominating Concord-Carlisle, 5-1 on Tuesday. They wrapped up the regular season at 8-7-3. Sophomore Amanda Conway put an exclamation point on her season with yet another hat trick, giving her 44 goals on the year. 7th Grader Kelly Golini chipped in with two more goals. Taylor Lirakis turned in an outstanding game in net, making 29 saves. Boys Basketball Tewksbury 80, Wilmington 37 Five players scored in double-digits, as the Redmen destroyed Wilmington on Tuesday. Alex DiRocco led the way with 15 points, Kevin Haley had 13, …
Tewksbury boys basketball coach Phil Conners is hoping to continue the team's recent success as his team exceeded expectations in making the playoffs this year.
Phil Conners has only been with the Tewksbury High School boys basketball program for two years. But he's already having a major impact on the Redmen. Tewksbury has made the playoffs in both seasons since Conners took over on the sidelines, including this year when the team clinched its spot on Friday with a victory over Dracut. Are you a big fan of the Redmen? You'll also want to see:
Saturday, February 16, 2013
DiRocco and Dick lead the way with 19 points each.
Boys Basketball Tewksbury 72, Dracut 51 After a mid-year swoon, the Tewksbury High boys basketball team has gathered momentum over the last few weeks and qualified for the Division 2 North Sectional Tournament with a 72-51 win over Dracut. Junior Kevin Dick and sophomore Alex DiRocco dropped in 19 points each to lead a balanced attack for the Redmen. Joe Csokmay chipped in with 10 points, six assists and five rebounds. Justin Derrah added 10 points. With the win, Tewksbury improved to 8-11 overall. Howver, the Redmen's 5-3 record against Division 2 opponents is enough to qualify for the tournament.
Friday, February 15, 2013
Boys basketball moves to within one victory of the State Tournament.
Boys Hockey Tewksbury 6, Concord-Carlisle 2 Tewksbury 5, Boston Latin 2 With every game, the Redmen look stronger and stronger. Led by the first line of Tyler Salvin and the Petti brothers, Tewksbury rolled over Concord-Carlisle, 6-2. Slavin led the way with two goals and three assists. Derek Petti and Ryan Petti added two goals and two assists each. Sophomore goalie Kyle Paquette earned the win in net with 18 saves. Derek Petti and Ryan Petti each finished with 2 goals and 2 assists for Tewksbury. Dario Riparo, Jeff Giasullo and Shannon Alukonis had 1 assist each for Tewksbury. Derek Petti and Pat Doherty scored two goals each to lead the Redmen to a 5-2 win over Boston Latin. The game was actually tight throughout, with the score tired 2…
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Girls win their fourth straight game to move into first place.
Girls Basketball Tewksbury 43, Chelmsford 38 The Tewksbury High girls basketball team continued its patented late-season surge, with a thrilling come-from-behind win over Chelmsford High, Tuesday night at the TMHS Gym. Senior Captain Nicole Chaet led the way for the Redmen with 12 points and 12 rebounds. Tewksbury outscored Chelmsford, 19-6 in the fourth quarter, after trailing for much of the game. Chaet scored midway through the fourth quarter to give the Redmen the lead for good. Junior Sara Semenza dropped in a game-high 13 points for Tewksbury. Junior Shannon Semenza aded seven. With the win, the Redmen improve to 7-8 on the season. More importantly, they improved to 5-1 in the MVC Small School Division, which puts them in a first-…
Saturday, February 2, 2013
Girls hockey stays in playoff hunt with win over Algonquin/Hudson.
Girls Basketball Tewksbury 56, Haverhill 8 Don't look now, but the Redmen are making a late-season playoff push ... again. In each of the last two years, Tewksbury has gotten off to a very slow start, only to pull things together and make the State Tournament. The same thing seems to be happening again. On Friday, the Redmen beat up on an overmatched Haverhill team, 56-8, to improve to 6-8 on the season. The game was over at halftime, as Tewksbury led, 29-3. Junior Olivia Gallella dropped in a game-high 13 points to pace the Redmen attack. Center Chelsee Porcaro added eight points and owned the paint. Girls Hockey Tewksbury/Methuen 4, Algonquin/Hudson 4 Speaking of staying in the playoff hunt, Tewksbury/Methuen picked up a huge win, 4-3, …
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Boys basketball comes up empty against Billerica.
Girls Basketball Tewksbury 56, Lawrence 49 The Tewksbury High girls basketball team honored the memory of the late Meghan McCarthy and picked up a much-needed victory, 56-49, over the Lancers. It was the annual Meghan McCarthy Memorial game and at halftime, McCarthy's jersey was raised to the rafters of the new Tewksbury High gymnasium. On the court, this year's Redmen proved to have McCarthy's "Tewksbury Tough" spirit as they scraped out a critical win in their quest for the State Tournament berth. The Redmen are now 5-8 on the season. Senior Nicole Chaet came up just short of a double-double with 14 points and nine rebounds. Shannon Smith had 10 points and fellow sophomore Amanda Brown chipped in with nine. Boys Basketball Billerica 71, …
Saturday, January 26, 2013
Boys' Basketball earns much-needed win over Middies.
Girls Basketball Tewksbury 66, Dracut 53 The Semenza sisters came up huge for the Tewksbury High girls basketball team, leading the Redmen over Dracut, 66-53. Shannon Semenza led the way for Tewskbury with a game-high 17 points. Sarah Semenza and Chelsee Porcaro added 12 points each for the Redmen. Boys Basketball Tewksbury 56, Dracut 36 The Redmen earned a "must" win in their quest for a berth in the State Tournament, 56-36 over Dracut. Tewksbury used a smothering defense to snap a six-game losing streak and improve to 5-8 on the season. Junior Kevin Dick led the way for the Redmen with a game-high 17 points. Sophomore Alex DiRocco dropped in 15.
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Boys are able to battle hard against state power behind Kevin Dick's 19.
Boys Basketball Lowell 59, Tewksbury 42 Despite the score, the young Redmen hung tough with State Division 1 power Lowell. Tewksbury got a game-high 19 points but it wasn't enough to hold back the Red Raiders, who improved to 11-2 on the season. The Redmen dropped to 4-8 with the loss. Girls Basketball Lowell 53, Tewksbury 43