DUDLEY -- Bromfield and Groton-Dunstable (17-4) are no strangers to meeting on the MIAA Division 2 Central/West girls' lacrosse stage. The top-seeded Crusaders (17-4) imposed their will from the opening whistle to power past No. 7 Bromfield, 15-4, en route to their third-straight Division 2 C/W championship on Saturday afternoon. Groton-Dunstable advances to Monday's state semifinal at Babson College in Wellesley, where it will meet D2 East champion Walpole (21-2) at 5 p.m.
GROTON -- North Middlesex junior shortstop Brenden Sullivan (2-for-4, two RBI, two runs) turned on an inside pitch from Groton-Dunstable starter Shamus Gelinas and sent it sailing over the left-center field fence for a two-run home run in a three-run third inning to push the Patriots past Groton-Dunstable, 5-2, in baseball action on Sunday. The win is the second for North Middlesex this season (8-2) against defending Division 3 state champion Groton-Dunstable (7-2).
AYER -- Ayer Shirley scored five runs on four hits in the third inning to propel the Panthers past Oakmont Regional, 5-4, in the opener for both teams. Ayer Shirley (1-0) freshman first baseman Andrew Consalvo knocked in a pair of runs on a slicing single to left-center and senior shortstop Jarrod Oberg aided the Panthers' offense with a one-run single. The Spartans rallied with two runs in both the fourth and seventh, but could not solve Ayer Shirley senior righty Devin Sawyer.
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