Here’s all the action from Sunday in the Merrimack Valley Conference: GIRLS BASKETBALL The DCL/MVC Challenge made for a full day of hoops at... Across the MVC, Dec. 22, 2019

Here’s all the action from Sunday in the Merrimack Valley Conference:

GIRLS BASKETBALL

The DCL/MVC Challenge made for a full day of hoops at the new Billerica Memorial High School gym.

First up, Chelmsford took down Acton-Boxboro, 66-14, to move to 4-0 on the season. Ellen Angwin led the Lions with 14, followed by Meghan Goode with 13 points, Mia Beauchesne and Kate Krueger with nine points each.

Dracut was up next and fell to Boston Latin, 63-56. Ashlee Talbot led the Lady Middies with 18 points and 5 steals. Tati Fevry added 11, Aya Alkassar and Cam Watkins scored seven points each.

The DCL took the edge, 2-1, with a 71-62 win over Haverhill. McKayla Dingle had a stellar game with 20 points with four three-pointers and Leandra Kwo had 15 for the Hillies. Kya Burdier added 10 and Lindsay Joubert had 8 points.

Central Catholic equaled the tally between the leagues emphatically with a 56-29 win over Concord-Carlisle. The team’s two college-bound stars, Emily Downer and Nadeshka Bridgewater, led the way for the Raiders. Downer had 23 points while Bridgewater had 15 points. Claire Finney added eight points for 2-0 CCHS.

Cambridge Rindge and Latin ended the night with a 51-44 win over host Billerica.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Chelmsford fell to 0-3 to start the season with an 81-64 loss to Boston Latin. The Lions got within 8 points with four minutes to go but could not draw closer.

Suubi Nkugwa led the Lions with 21 points, followed by Manny Gayyean with 11 points, Kimonte Donkor with 10, Joey Sturzo with 9 and Nick Tedesco with six points.

BOYS ICE HOCKEY

Methuen got their first win of the season with a 4-3 win over Wayland. Danny Field, Owen Kneeland, Jack Allard and Aidan Hollingsworth each scored for the Rangers. James Trussel had 28 saves.

And North Andover improved to 2-1 with a 5-2 win over Tewksbury. Cole Fagan had a hat trick for the Knights and Andrew Perry added two goals. Patrick Green had 26 saves. Tom Barbati and Campbell Pierce had the goals for the Redmen.

Tim Wood

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