Senior forward Melissa Iannuzzo scored 29 points as Dracut defeated Lawrence, 55-42, in a Merrimack Valley Conference girls basketball game.

Girls basketball

Elsewhere in the MVC, Central Catholic beat Billerica, 57-41.

Dracut 55

Lawrence 42

Ashliegh Cox (6 points), Allison Martin (6 points), Jess Gooch (6 points) and Nikki Andersson (5 points) played well for the Middies.

Shawsheen 58

Minuteman 19

Shannon Fitzgerald scored 15 points as Shawsheen Tech improved to 10-3 and secured a state tournament berth.

Megan Brown had a strong all-around game for the Rams, checking in with 13 points and 6 rebounds.

Westford 65

Weston 34

Brooke Pillsbury paced Westford Academy’s high-powered offense with 18 points.

Emily Bramanti (13 points) and Liz Arnold (12 points) scored in double figures, while Morgan Rose grabbed 8 rebounds for the Grey Ghosts (12-3).

Notre Dame 49

Rockport 16

Sam Adamczyk was an all-around force, checking in with 16 points, 15 rebounds, 7 assists and 4 blocks as the Academy of Notre Dame improved its record to 12-4.

Alexis Kirkland tossed in 17 points and had 9 steals.

Groton-Dunstable 53

Fitchburg 17

Rachel Romich led the way with 16 points as Groton-Dunstable topped Fitchburg in a Mid-Wach cross-over game to improve to 13-1.

Jordan Wynn finished with 14 points and 6 rebounds, while Hannah Wynn tallied 6 points, 6 steals and 4 assists.

Greater Lowell 48

Essex Tech 32

The Gryphons broke out to a 26-12 halftime lead en route to the easy win in Tyngsboro.

Fatta Krah led Greater Lowell (12-2) with 12 points and Kylie Bouley added 11. Also shining for GLT were Araceli Lopez (8 points) and Michaela Kelly (4 points, 6 rebounds).

Lowell Catholic 43

Marian 19

The Crusaders jumped out early and cruised to victory in this CCL Small game in Lowell.

Emily Bartlett led all scorers with 15 points for Lowell Catholic (6-7, 5-1 CCL). Maddie Grenier, Sarah Mainville, Tori Horton and Bridget Porkola led a stout defensive effort for the Crusaders.

Littleton 50

Clinton 34

Sophomore Falynne Rzezuski netted a career-high 18 points for Littleton (9-5). Senior captain Mimi Pyram scored 14 points.

Central Catholic 57

Billerica 41

In a battle of MVC heavyweights in Lawrence, Central Catholic won behind Katie Kirsch, who had 16 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 blocks.

Maura Smith added 15 points and 3 steals for Central (14-2, 12-0 MVC).

For Billerica, Madison Watford led the way with 14 points. Sydney Sartell had 9 points and Brooke Larson added 7 points.

Pelham 45

Windham 35

Olivia Gagnon scored 14 points as Pelham improved its record to 12-1.

Danielle Sirois chipped in with 13 points for the Pythons, who led, 26-21, at halftime.

Chelmsford 47

Haverhill 46

Freshman guard Meghan Goode hit a trey with 10 seconds remaining to lift Chelmsford past Haverhill in an MVC game. Goode was an all-around force for the Lions, finishing with 18 points and 5 steals.

Freshman Kate Kruger posted a double-double with 15 points and 14 rebounds for Chelmsford (5-10, 4-8 MVC Division 2).

Lowell 73

North Andover 56

Shyan Mwai netted 28 more points to fuel the Red Raiders to the MVC blowout win at home.

Lowell made eight 3-pointers in the first half 11 for the game. Niky Yrrizzary and Brittany Mora added 16 and 11 points, respectively, for Lowell (12-5, 10-2 MVC). Defensive stopper Sarah Meehan held North. Andover star Emily Sifferlin to 9 points.

Parker Charter 54

Tahanto 42

Tina Heer (16), Tegan Young (14) and Riley Sanderson (11) also scored in double figures to lead Parker Charter (11-5) to the victory.

Tyngsboro 72

Bromfield 28

Katherine Hurynowicz netted 15 points and Sarah Anselmo tallied 12 points while leading the Tigers past Bromfield.

Tyngsboro is 12-4 overall and 7-0 in the Midland-Wachusett League D Division.