Greater Lowell Gryphons Football '19

Whittier falls short in tourney opener

LOWELL — Whittier led by two points at halftime, but could not hold on and fell to Greater Lowell 28-16 in the first round of the Division 6 North tournament on Friday.

"We got out and set the tone like we wanted to," said Wildcats head coach Kevin Bradley, whose team lost to the Gryphons 23-14 in the regular season. "We knew we could play a better game than we did against them last time, and we did. But we made too many mistakes and just couldn't hold on in the end."

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Football, 11/01/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Turnovers doom Greater Lawrence

ANDOVER – Looking to remain relevant in the Commonwealth Conference Saturday morning against Greater Lowell, Greater Lawrence instead made things too easy in the opening half for the visiting Gryphons.

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Football, 10/12/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Burke scores twice but Cats fall

TYNGSBORO — Niko Burke rushed for 82 yards and scored twice but Whittier fell to Greater Lowell 23-14. The other Whitier points came on a Ethan Burridge safety (tackled QB in end zone). Whittier's passing game struggled (0 for 7 passing) but a bright point was the defense. Coach Kevin Bradley praised linebackers Nick Allen, Jeremias Colazo and Zach Ribeiro as well as free safety Nick Allen. Bradley said, "The kids played well. The defense was all over the place. We need a little more consistency on offense."

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Football, 10/04/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars