Saturday, January 12, 2013
Chelmsford sweeps past Redmen hoops teams.
Boys Basketball Chelmsford 72, Tewksbury 51 A mid-season slump continued for the Tewksbury High boys basketball team, as they fell at home to Chelmsford High, 72-51. Alex DiRocco led the Redmen (4-6) with 13 points. Freshman Justin Derrah added 12 points and junior Kevin Dick added 11. But Tewksbury couldn't overcome the Chelmsford gunner Voshon Holmes, who drained six 3-pointers on his way to a 34-point night. He was unstoppable in the first half, scoring 22 for the Lions (5-6). Girls Basketball Chelmsford 39, Tewksbury 34 The Tewksbury girls put together a strong game but fell just short on the road against Chelmsford, 39-34. Nicole Chaet led the Redmen 10 points. Chelsee Porcaro annded eight. Gymnastics Billerica 131.8, Tewksbury 117.2 …
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Gymnasts from Tewksbury and Andover competing for Wilkey's Gymnastics.
Wednesday, January 9
(Editor's note: The following information and photos were submitted by Jessica Wilkey of Wilkey's Gymnastics.) COMPETITION COMPETED IN – CANDY CANE CLASSIC - @ HOLIDAY INN BOXBOROUGH, MA DEC. 15-16, 2012 – OVER 700 ATHLETES COMPETED IN THIS INVITATIONAL THROUGHOUT NEW ENGLAND LEVEL: XCEL SILVER 1ST PLACE TEAM 110.075 NAME: AGE: FROM: OLIVIA FOSTER 8 YRS ANDOVER Vault 9.4-3rd bars 9.3-1st beam 9.5-1st floor 9.5-1st all-around 37.7-1st CASSIDY PEREIRA 10 YRS TEWKSBURY Vault 9.45-2nd bars 9.1-3rd beam 9.2-2nd floor 9.2-2nd all-around 36.95 -2nd AMANDA MORIN 9 YRS…
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
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Attached you will find a PDF document of the schedules for all of the Tewksbury High 2012-2013 Winter Sports Teams.
Friday, December 24, 2010
MacMullin, Cain, Chan turn in strong efforts in loss.
Any time you have a young team, there are growing pains. The Tewksbury High gymnastics squad felt a few more of those aches following a 127.3-100.4 loss to Central Catholic at home on Thurdsday. With experience a commodity in short supply, coach Eileen Murphy knows the buzzwords for this season are patience and development. "Our philosophy is (for each girl) to try and do better than the week before," said Murphy. "We have a really young team and we only had 11 days to get ready for the start of the season. "We only have one girl that trains for gymnastics year-round. You look at a team like Central and their girls are in the gym all year and you can see the difference." Central, with a deep roster dominated all four disciplines. The …