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Knights comfortable with 4

There was nothing weird about the North Andover boys hockey team beating Andover, 6-3, to start its season, but the Knights skated to victory thanks to three shorthanded goals. Jimmy Boyle scored twice for the winners.

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Andover wins Battle of Andovers

 

Andover opened its season with a sweep in the Battle of the Andovers, defeating North Andover for the first time ever according to coach Mike Bolduc.

After missing last year with an injury, Jonathan Davila opened with three wins at 145 with older brother Kelvin going 3-0 over two weight classes. Sean Hellman at 120 and 126 and Elias Maita were also 3-0. New heavyweight AJ Heidke went 2-1.

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Legacey, Gil 3-0

 

Short-handed Pentucket lost three times in a quad-meet but 152-pounder Chris Legacey and 220-pounder David Gil were both 3-0 on the day.

 

 

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Split for Reggies

 

Greater Lawrence got off to a solid start to the season in a six-team meet, winning twice and tying Tewksbury out of five meets. Aden Ranno (126)and Amauris Gomez (160) were both a perfect 5-0 on the day and Edward Pimental (182), Dominic Colon (195) and heavyweight Benedict Nouel were all 4-1.

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Hillies 2nd at Ashland

 

Haverhill finished second at a tough Ashland tournament, scoring 153 1/2 points, which was just two short of a strong Coventry team. In third and fourth were highly regarded Essex and Springfield Central.

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Vasquez goes unbeaten

 

Lawrence lost two of three meets in a quad at Cumberland but it was a good day for 152-pounder John Vasquez, who went 3-0 against some tough competition. Luis Mauricio (106), Davidson Theosmy (126) and Freddy Collazo (195) were all 2-1. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

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Whittier sweeps

 

Whittier Tech opened its season on a high note with a quad-meet sweep of host North Reading (51-30), Wilmington (57-23) and Hopkinton (51-28). Freshman Sebastian Boisvert was 3-0 for his high school debut while 160-pounder Jeremias Collazo and heavyweight Erickson Rivas were also 3-0.

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Timberlane 1, Phillips Exeter 0

 

It was a milestone, but not a dramatic one for Timberlane wrestling coach Barry Chooljian Saturday.

With an easy sweep of Phillips Exeter (64-9), Framingham (63-18) and Noble (57-24), Chooljian passed the 600 wins and is now 602-50-5 in 34 years.

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Two-way Smith

The Brooks boys basketball team trailed unbeaten St. George's by five with eight minutes left, but Salem's George Smith hit a late 3-pointer to seal a 67-60 comeback win. The junior also played great defense on reigning league MVP and George Mason-bound Tyler Kolek, holding him to a hard-earned 20 points.

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Boys Basketball, 12/14/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Astros start strong

It was a nice start to the indoor season for the Pinkerton boys track team, which won an eight-team meet at UNH with 70 points. Ryan Dane (55 dash, 6.70), Stephen Connelly (1,500, 4:27.57) and Conor Seleny (55 hurdles, 7.84) all had individual wins for the Astros, who also won the 4x160 relay.

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Central Catholic 2, Pinkerton 0, Salem 0, Windham 0

 

SALEM  —There were storylines galore Saturday at one of the most exciting Blue Devil Classics of the last 15 years.

Upsets flourished, including of a defending New England champion, there were dual titles by Central Catholic's Glynn brothers and a near sweep by the Sills brothers of Windham, an altercation nearly caused a disqualification and the Raiders nearly overtook perennial winner Concord for first.

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Epic teammate battle

Teammates Quinn Cerami and Landon Neal had quite the head-to-head battle in both the 55-meter dash and the 300 at Saturday's Plymouth State meet, ultimately helping lead Windham to a second-place finish as a team. In the 55, Cerami edged out Neal by .007 seconds to take first, but in the 300 Neal took first and edged out Cerami by .04 seconds.

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Couple Jaguar winners

The Windham girls track and field team had two winners at a meet at Plymouth State. Abby Hughes won the 600 (1:49.92) and Reagan Murray won the 300 (45.68), as the Jaguars took sixth out of 10 scoring teams.

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Lawrence 77, North Andover 57

NORTH ANDOVER — It appears that all that offseason shooting practice may pay off for the Lawrence basketball team.

Yes, it was only the season opener, but the Lancers took turns drilling 3-pointers in a 77-57 victory over North Andover Friday night and, overall, had 12 trifectas on 29 attempts.

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Lawrence 77, North Andover 57

NORTH ANDOVER — It appears that all that offseason shooting practice may pay off for the Lawrence basketball team.

Yes, it was only the season opener, but the Lancers took turns drilling 3-pointers in a 77-57 victory over North Andover Friday night and, overall, had 12 trifectas on 29 attempts.

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