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Central golfers advance

 

Central Catholic's golfers had a superb day at the Black Swann Country Club in Georgetown, finishing second at the Division 2 sectional, to advance to the state tournament next week in Grafton. Mikey Ysantopolus led the Raiders with a 73 and Max Hagan had a 77 and both also advanced to the individual tournament. Ysantopolus finished in third place overall.

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Thompson leads way

 

Casey Thompson scored twice to lead Central Catholic to a 3-0 field hockey win over Bishop Fenwick.

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NA golfers edged

 

North Andover's golfers missed qualifying for the Division 1 state meet by one stroke, finishing third to St. John's Prep and Lowell. Matt Lucey led North Andover with a 75 at the Bass Rocks Golf Club in Gloucester while Haverhill's Troy Donahue fired a 76.

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Much of Mancha

 

Alexis Mancha had a season-high 19 kills along with 26 assists and 13 digs as Andover held off upset-minded Central Catholic 3-2 in volleyball. Sophia Wang was also big with 28 assists, 29 service points and 13 digs for the Warriors (15-2). Hallie Dunn had nine kills and 14 service points for Central.

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Strong 2nd half

 

The North Andover field hockey team scored all its goals in the secomd half, with Keelin Rogers scoring twice, in a 4-0 win over Westford.

 

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Crowe out fast

 

Claudia Crowe scored the first three goals of the game as Methuen whipped Malden in field hockey, 6-1.

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Trick for MacDonald

 

Grace MacDonald scored a hat trick and added two assists as Georgetown blasted Amesbury 8-1 in field hockey.

 

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Tuneup breeze

 

The Andover swim team tuned up for Friday's MVC showdown with unbeaten Chelmsford with an easy 103-78 win over Belmont. Sophomores Eliza Williams and Emily Ma had big days for the Warriors (11-0).

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Course record

 

Pentucket's  Siobhan O’Keefe set a course record at Triton's home course, placing first, but the Sachems fell to Triton 27-29. 

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Sachems win CAL title

 

Pentucket's boys cross country team wrapped up a perfect 10-0 Cape Ann League regular season title with a 17-39 win over previously unbeaten Triton. Surging sophomore Peter Lopata was first in 17:56 on Triton's brutal 3-mile course, just one second ahead of senior Nick Murphy and sophomore Sam Stys.

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Sachems ousted in North final

It was a fantastic season for Pentucket boys tennis, but the postseason run came to an end with a 3-2 loss to Weston in the Division 3 North finals Friday.

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Travers steps in beautifully, lifts Greater Lawrence

MALDEN - You never want to see a teammate go down, but Greater Lawrence's Marc Travers is always ready when his number gets called.

With starting quarterback Jose Caceres sidelined with an injury, Travers, a senior from Methuen, was forced in to the starting role Saturday evening in a tight spot. A win against Mystic Valley would guarantee the Reggies a playoff berth, but a loss could have left them on the outside looking in.

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Football, 10/21/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Izzy does it

Sophomore Izzy Shih made a save on a breakaway with 10 seconds left as Andover held on to tie Lincoln-Sudbury, 0-0. "That took 10 years off my life!" said Andover coach Meghan Matson. "I think that was Izzy's seventh shutout this year."

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Brooks hammers Middlesex for fourth straight win

NORTH ANDOVER — Seamus Lambert of North Andover had three touchdown passes and Pat Freiermuth of Merrimac scored three touchdowns for Brooks, which did all its scoring in the first half of a 38-7 shellacking of Middlesex.
Lambert found Terrell Brown for a 40-yard score 3:15 into the game and Brooks went up 14-0 with 3:11 left in the Corner when Lambert found Chris Capo of West Newbury for a 20-yard score.
The multi-talented fifth-year senior Freiermuth had all three of his TDs in the second quarter. He scored on a 28-yard pass, a 35-yard fumble recovery and a 56-yard interception return on the final play of the half.
Brooks (4-1) is at Rivers Friday 2:30 p.m. 
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No mystery, Potter a star for Windham

GILFORD — Cody Potter only threw the ball eight times but he made them all count, completing five for 171 yards and three TD passes.

The junior signal-caller led unbeaten Windham in a 45-8 romp over Belmont-Gilford, which fell to 1-6.

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