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BOYS

U10-3

Dracut 1, Wilmington 0

Shawn Fisher scored the game-winner for Dracut, while Jared Marchand notched an assist.

Kyle Silva and Shawn Fisher split the goalie duties.

Coaches comments: A very well-played game by the entire team this week gave Dracut their third win of the season. Shawn Fisher, Brendan Davis, Jared Marchand, Enrrico Nuttoli, and Chase McGonicle led the offense. The strong defense was led by Aaron Hines, Calvin Desmarais, Kyle Silva, Shawn O’Connor, and James Meli.

Record: 3-1-0

U10-4

Dracut 4, Westford 3

Tim Picard, Ryan McCann, Jacob Freitas, and Matt Martineau scored for Dracut, while Ryan McCann and Tyler Eld earned assists.

Coaches comments: Great team effort from the team. Offensive charge led by Tim Picard, Ryan McCann, Jacob Freitas, Matt Martineau, and Matt Miller. Defensively, Tyler Eld, Owen Gorman, Drew Martin, Alex Augusta, and Jack Leahy played strong.

Another great performance in goal from Tyler (Flickster) Flick.

Record: 2-2-0

GIRLS

U12-1

Tewksbury 2, Dracut 0

Dracut lost a very entertaining game.

Rachel Santos played a super half in net as the game was tied 0-0 at half. Dracut’s offense, behind Nicole Morin, Hailey Cockroft, Taylor Roberts, and Kimberly O’Shea, kept the pressure on.

Playing well on defense were Kayla Gooch, Mikayla George, Victoria Rosado, and Sarah Boermeester.

Rachel Santos and Macy Lapen split the duties in net.

U14-2

Wilmington 2, Dracut 1

Keirsten Mcelhinney scored for Dracut, assisted by Patricia Ramirez and Melissa Heitzman.

Rachael Flores and Joni Hill shared the goalie chores.

Coaches comments: Dracut played a fierce game against Wilmington on Saturday. Dracut started the scoring with Keirsten Mcelhinney scoring off a beautiful corner kick from Melissa Heitzman, tapped to Keirsten by Patricia Ramirez.

Though the team kept the pressure on, they were unable to finish and Wilmington snuck another goal in at the end of the game to take the lead.

The defense worked hard to shut down Wilmington’s offense with a number of saves from both keepers, Joni Hill and Rachael Flores, and a great stop by Lillie Mcgary in the second half.

The offense continually applied pressure, with many offensive attacks starting from aggressive defense and passing combinations on the sideline from defender Melissa Heitzman and outside midfielder Abby Cutrumbes.