Haley Sutherland, Kelsie Bradley and Haley Golini scored a goal each as Tewksbury blanked Lawrence, 3-0, Wednesday in a Merrimack Valley Conference field hockey game.
Nicole McKenna made her presence felt on offense with an assist.
Adrianna Brown and Nicole DePierro had strong games on defense.
Riley Ryan was in goal for Tewksbury (7-3-4).
Neither team could score in this contest featuring two of the top Dual County League teams. Goalie Allison Avery made 4 saves for the shutout, while defenders Tianna Habosian, Anna Collins and Taylor Freud all played well. Westford is now 8-2-4 overall.
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MaryLou Ryder, Libby Mercuri and Baylee Stone scored the goals for the Lions who improved to 12-1-1 with the MVC victory. Amanda L'Hussier, Madison Dallmeyer and Delany Gembis all played well on defense.
Meghan Bradley and Cassidy Diaz scored the goals while Sarah Mellonakos and Meghan Wells had the assists as Dracut (3-12-1) picked up its third win of the season.
Meghan Renaud recorded 8 saves for her second shut out of the season and she was helped out by defenders Jess Derby, who made two key saves herself, and Hayley McMeniman.
Sarah Morris paced the Tigers' potent attack with 2 goals.
Caitlin Hanson, Heather Camacho, Rachel Collins, Jenny Keohane and Amy Szablak scored the other Tyngsboro goals.
Heather Douglas made her presence felt on offense with 3 assists for the Tigers (7-5-2).
On Tuesday, Oakmont defeated Tyngsboro, 5-0. Darcy Brown, Rachel Testa, Arianna Robichaud, Audrey Brigham and Madeline Weinreb scored a goal each for Oakmont (10-0-1).
Hanna Marcotte had a strong game in goal for Tyngsboro, finishing with 15 saves.