Brydon pitches way to victory for Lowell

Evan Brydon tossed a two-hitter as the Lowell baseball team beat Terra Nova 4-2 for its second impressive nonconference win in a row. Brydon picked up his sixth win for Lowell (19-5-1).

The Cardinals broke things open in the second inning, when they scored three runs.

Max Newman and Derrick Figueras each had two hits for Lowell, which beat Riordan 7-3 Saturday.

Lowell 4,

Terra Nova 2

Lowell 030 001 0 — 4 10 2

Terra Nova 000 110 0 — 2 2 2

Evan Brydon and Louis Buchbinder. Gaggero, Salgado (5) and Brenner. W—Brydon 6-1-1. L—Gaggero. Leading hitters: Max Newman (L) 2×4. Derrick Figueras (L) 2×4.

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