The Nashoba Tech boys cross country teams traveled to Malden to face Mystic Valley on Thursday.
On the 3.1-mile course, the Vikings edged out a strong Mystic Valley team, 27-29, to capture the win. The Vikings took 3rd, 4th and 5th with Mason St. Pierre (20:07), Seth Rigby (21:44) and Jonathan Allen (22:07) taking those spots.
Nashoba’s Max Stroud (7th, 22:23) and Sam O’Hagan (8th, 23:11) also ran well.
GREATER LOWELL 83, NASHOBA TECH 55 The Gryphons recorded their second straight victory over league opponent Nashoba Tech.
Greater Lowell was led by senior Tim Gath, who shot a career-best 38, recording 26 points. Also playing well were seniors Jacob Lambert and Mike Cook.
TYNGSBORO 36.5, NORTH MIDDLESEX 17.5 In a match played at Sky Meadow, the Tigers (10-0) swept all 6 matches.
Senior captain Kevin Carpenter was the overall medalist with a 1-over 36. Trevor Drew (39), Connor St. Gelais (39) and Josh Savoie (39) also shot well for Tyngsboro.
NORTH MIDDLESEX 8, TYNGSBORO 1 Max Patenaude had 2 goals and 1 assist, and Jake Richard had 1 goal and 2 assists to power NM.
Aidan Murray dished out 2 assists for the Patriots. Jordan Meas, Gavin Ippolito, Evan McPherson, Nathan Nesbit and Evan Gaibor also scored.
Tyngsboro got its lone goal from Dylan Hunt, assisted by Nick Anselmo.
DRACUT 2, HAVERHILL 1 In a match played Wednesday, it was Senior Night for Dracut.
Senior midfielder Cam Downer scored for the Middies in 25th minute, assisted by senior forward Jason Tyler. Downer added another in the 53rd minute.
Senior goalkeeper Nico Dickson made 4 saves for DHS.
NORTH MIDDLESEX 4, TYNGSBORO 0 Lauren Torpey had a hat trick for the Patriots.
Olivia Robarge also scored for NM.
WESTFORD ACADEMY 0, NEWTON SOUTH 0 Westford goalkeeper Kiani Barnard-Pratt made 7 saves for the shutout on Wednesday.
Isabel Doherty, Ava Couillard, Sarah Kirby, Victoria Princi and Kaitlyn Rybicki also shined.