Dracut High’s Jack McKenna looks like he’s having a blast as he slides safely into third base after tripling against Tewksbury at LeLacheur
Dracut High's Jack McKenna looks like he's having a blast as he slides safely into third base after tripling against Tewksbury at LeLacheur Park. Baseball roundup, page 14. SUN/JULIA MALAKIE

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Dracut junior right-hander Dan Zabbo struck out 9 while allowing only 1 run on 2 hits over 6 innings as the Middies defeated Tewksbury, 11-6, in a game played at LeLacheur Park on Wednesday night.

Dracut 11, Tewksbury 6

Zabbo improved to 3-1 for the 4-12 Middies.

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Dracut's Dylan Ryan had a sacrifice fly, a bases-loaded walk and a 2-run double for a 4 RBI night. Andrew Curtis, Chris Seidl, Jack McKenna and Tyler Murray each had 2 hits. Among those hits were a triple by McKenna, an RBI double by Murray and an RBI single by Seidl. Adam Barbossa had a 2-run single for the Middies.

Zabbo allowed no hits until Tewksbury's Joe Csokmay doubled with 2 outs in the fourth. Zabbo over 6 innings walked six.

Dracut’s Jack McKenna advances to third as Tewksbury third baseman Joe Csokmay (10) and pitcher Zak DiRocco (2) go after an errant throw.	SUN/JULIA
Dracut's Jack McKenna advances to third as Tewksbury third baseman Joe Csokmay (10) and pitcher Zak DiRocco (2) go after an errant throw. SUN/JULIA MALAKIE

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Tewksbury's Zak DiRocco had a 3-run triple during a 5-run bottom of the seventh by the Redmen.

Alvirne 3, Winnacunnet 2

Freshman Dan Brown collected 3 hits, stole 2 bases and snapped a 2-2 tie with a sixth-inning hit to lift the Broncos.

Luis Matrille also singled and stole a base, while senior Mike Sirvydas earned the victory by tossing three shutout innings and striking out 5.

Westford 8, Lincoln-Sudbury 2

Evan Guillemette and Ryan Pocock each had 2 hits and 3 RBI, and Jake Robbins tossed a complete game as Westford improved to 12-7. The Grey Ghosts conclude their regular season on Thursday night at Acton-Boxboro.

Robbins allowed 2 earned runs on 6 hits and 1 walk. He struck out five. Cam MacDonald had 2 hits, including a double, and drove in 1 run. Dan Cerullo also had 2 hits.

Newton South 2, Acton-Boxboro 1

Lewis Heinlein's RBI single in the fourth inning cut Newton South's lead to 2-1 and Acton-Boxboro in the seventh put runners on first and second with nobody out before the rally fizzled.

Davis Fallon had 2 hits for Acton-Boxboro (10-5). Junior right-hander Noah Zavolas over 5 innings allowed 2 runs (1 earned) on 1 hit and 5 walks. He struck out six.

Tewksbury’s Zak DiRocco is safe with a stolen base as the throw bounces past Dracut’s Jack McKenna in the second inning Wednesday. Dracut won
Tewksbury's Zak DiRocco is safe with a stolen base as the throw bounces past Dracut's Jack McKenna in the second inning Wednesday. Dracut won 11-6. SUN/JULIA MALAKIE

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Greater Lowell 5, North Shore 3

Bob Paquette and Nik Powers each had 2 hits and 2 RBI as Greater Lowell built a 5-0 lead through 3 innings and held on to improve to 9-7 (9-1 Commonwealth Athletic Conference).

Casey Torigian pitched 6 innings, improving to 2-2. He allowed 3 runs (2 earned) on 5 hits and 1 walk. Torigian struck out five. Mason Bechard had an RBI single.

Central Catholic 6, Lowell 3

Junior second baseman Tyler Schermerhorn continued his hot hitting, with 2 more hits. But Lowell slipped to 7-9.

Joe Parisi had 2 hits and an RBI, and Keegan Latta also had 2 hits for the Red Raiders.

Lowell scored 3 runs in the sixth after falling behind 4-0, but that was as close as it would get.

Dracut pitcher Dan Zabbo picked up the win over Tewksbury.	SUN/JULIA MALAKIESun staff photos can be ordered by visiting our MyCapture site.
Dracut pitcher Dan Zabbo picked up the win over Tewksbury. SUN/JULIA MALAKIE

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Littleton 6, Tahanto 3

Freshman catcher Michael Ray blasted a home run and 2 doubles, and drove in 3 runs to power Littleton (12-2).

Junior left fielder Pete Murphy also crushed a home run as part of a 2-hit day.

James Ray went 5 innings for the win. He allowed 3 runs (1 earned) on 6 hits, while striking out 6.

Groton-Dunstable 14, Fitchburg 4

Groton-Dunstable's Allan Haynes went 3-for-4 with 2 RBI and senior left-hander Josh Acaba tossed a complete game with 9 strikeouts.

Acaba allowed 4 runs (3 earned) on 7 hits and 3 walks. Mike Keating went 2-for-3 with a double and 2 RBI for the 7-10 Crusaders. Adam Kmetz went 3-for-5 with 2 runs scored.

Bow 10, Pelham 2

Junior Chris Gamble hit his second homer of the year for Pelham (6-7) and also ripped a triple. Jake Vaiknoras had an RBI double.