Middies, Gryphons Roundup: Krah's Monster Game Lifts GLT, Dracut Hockey Ties Latin
Dec 23, 2016 12:09PM ● Published by Bill Gilman
Dracut High boys hockey battled Boston Latin to a 3-3 tie.
Lowell 81, Dracut 30
Junior Shyan Mwai had 22 points in Lowell High's win over Dracut.
Melissa Iannuzzo led Dracut with 12 points.
Greater Lowell 54, Shawsheen Tech 26
Fatta Krah had a huge game, with 18 points and 20 rebounds, as Greater Lowell Tech (2-1 overall) routed Shawsheen Tech. Krah also had five assists and five steals.
Kylie Bouley drained four 3-pointers on her way to 14 points for the Gryphons. Michaela Kelly added 11 points.
Mystic Valley 62, Greater Lowell 39
Fatta Karah had 12 points and pulled down 13 rebounds in a losing effort for the Gryphons (2-2).
Kylie Bouley added nine points. Araceli Lopez added six points and nine rebounds.
Greater Lowell 65, Shawsheen Tech 60
Greater Lowell defeated Shawsheen Tech in a hard fought game 65-60 to improve to 3-0.
The Gryphons were lead by Luis Huertas with 27 points. Elijah Day played an outstanding defensive game. Ajani Phillip and Ian Kirumira also played well. Paul Choate had a pair of two monster dunks for the Gryphons.
Lowell 71, Dracut 45
Erik Olson had seven points and Kyle Scott added six for the Middies, in a loss to Lowell.
Greater Lowell 69, Lynn Tech 61
The Gryphons improved to 4-0 with 69-61 victory over Lynn Tech.
Sophomore Luis Huertas had another monster game with 30 points including 8
three-pointers. That was just one "trey" shy of the school record.
Sophomore guard Paul "Dunk" Choate had another two dunks, on his way to 12 points, five rebounds and four assists.
Ajani Phillip (six assists), Ricky Byron (seven points), and Caleb Scott also played well.
Dracut 3, Latin Academy 3
Jake Callery had a pair of goals to help Dracut pull out a tie with Boston Latin.
Kyle McManus also scored for Dracut. Goalie Ryan Hardy had a strong game.
Greater Lowell had an outstanding meet with 41 best times, 13 Lifetime bests and 5 season bests.