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Sudden Sam

 

Sam Carriagan had 10 kills and  23 digs as Timberlane swept Winnacunnet in volleyball. Lauen Mezquita had 10 kills and 13 service points for the Owls.

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54 saves in goal!

 

Haverhill's hard-working field hockey team remained winless, losing to a strong Chelmsford team, but Hillies' goalie Zoe Martin was outstanding, recording a whopping 54 saves in the 5-0 setback.

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Knights survive

 

Lucas Sciaudone got the game-winner in the second half as the North Andover boys soccer team (11-2) survived a scare from Lowell and prevailed, 2-1.

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Raider comeback

 

Trailing 2-0, the Central Catholic volleyball team won three straight games for  a big 3-2 win over Andover. In what was a true "team" win for the Raiders, Olivia Hall finished with 14 kills and Sarah Janco added 10. Alexis Mancha had 13 kills, 9 assists and 16 kills. for Andover

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Clipper comeback

Trailing two sets to none, the Newburyport girls volleyball team rallied for three straight wins to pick up a thrilling 3-2 win over Georgetown-Pentucket. The Clippers started by taking the third set 25-21, pulled away in the fourth to win 25-17 and then took the decisive fifth-set tiebreaker 15-10. Sydney Yim led the Clippers with 12 kills and Julianne Heath had 11 assists.

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Still unbeaten

 

The Lawrence volleyball team continued to roll, sweeping Dracut to improve to 15-0. Abigail Heredia was once again a force at the net with 17 kills and four blocks.

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Amesbury qualifies

The Amesbury girls soccer team punched its ticket to the state tournament in admittedly anticlimatic fashion on Monday, playing Pentucket to a 0-0 tie to improve to 8-3-2 on the season. Alli Napoli made seven saves to record the shutout, and Pentucket (7-4-3) is now also one win away from qualifying for the postseason as well.

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Holy Crowe!

 

Claudia Crowe continued her scoring ways for Methuen in a 3-0 win over Stoneham, scoring two goals and assisting on the other goal as the Rangers improved to 8-4-2.

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Stevens' massive day on defense helps Windham romp Timberlane

WINDHAM - With a mane of flowing blonde hair that would make even Rapunzel jealous, Windham's Cody Stevens looks more like a lion than he does a jaguar.

But Saturday afternoon, the big 6-foot-2, 205-pound senior played as ferociously as any wild animal. 

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Football, 10/13/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Brooks can't figure out undefeated Thayer

BRAINTREE — After getting its first win last week, Brooks couldn't make it two in a row following a 32-7 loss at undefeated Thayer Academy (4-0) on Saturday.

Thayer jumped out to a 19-0 lead after the first quarter before Brooks (1-3) got on the board with a Ben Gill 4-yard rushing touchdown.

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Central keeps it rolling with dominant win over Methuen

METHUEN - Right from the opening kickoff, you could tell Central Catholic was locked in.

Maybe it was because junior quarterback Jared Silverio is from Methuen, and he desperately wanted to beat his buddies from back home. Or maybe it was because first place in the MVC Large was on the line.

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Pinkerton rolls over Portsmouth

PORTSMOUTH — The Pinkerton football team had little issue with Portsmouth Friday night, rolling to a convincing 36-7 win.

Gennaro Marra gave the Astros (6-1) the lead for good with a 4-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. Then in the second quarter, Gannon Fast, Nick Lombard each scored on TD runs and Brandon Roy nailed a 21-yard field goals to make it 22-0 at halftime.

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Santoro sparks Haverhill to win over Andover

HAVERHILL —  Joe Santoro saw the ball in the air, and the Haverhill linebacker struck.
 
“I saw the receiver run a hitch and Brandon Grundy tipped the ball in the air,” said Santoro. “All I had to do was catch it and put it in the end zone. It felt great.”
 
After a sluggish start, Santoro’s 8-yard pick-6 late in the second quarter was just the spark Haverhill needed. It was all Hillies in the second half, as they scored on three straight possessions on the way to a 24-3 victory over Haverhill at Trinity Stadium.
 
“This feels amazing,” said offensive lineman Ryan McCartney. “We worked very hard going into this game. Andover beat us pretty bad last year (43-26). We pulled together and got a good win tonight.”
 
The win was the second in three seasons for the Hillies (3-2) over Andover (1-3). 
“I thought we played a complete game tonight,” said Haverhill coach Tim O’Connor. “We were outside for an hour and a half on Thursday in the pouring rain working on stuff. We did the little things and I’m proud of them.”
Haverhill started slow with three straight 3-and-outs and a turnover on downs. 
But with 3:59 left until halftime, Santoro stepped up, grabbing the tipped pass and sprinting in from 8 yards out. 
“That was a huge play,” said McCartney. “That really got the team up. We were really excited after that and got going on offense.”
The score was some sweet redemption for Santoro. A month ago, he made his first career interception against Chelmsford, but was caught and tackled at the 1-yard line.
“It’s good to get into the end zone after what happened last tine,” said Santoro with a laugh. “I think it gave the team a boost. We didn’t have a lot of spark on offense, and I think that got us going.”
Andover opened the second half with a Shamus Florio 31-yard field goal. But Haverhill responded with a Sergio Martinez 29-yard field goal.
The Hillies then kicked an onside kick and Matt Maginnis recovered. Two plays later Brady Skafas found Dante Cadeus for a 33-yard touchdown. 
Haverhill then recovered another short kick, and Skafas finished off a six-play drive with a 1-yard QB sneak for a score.
The Hillies allowed Andover’s offense to run just 10 plays in the second half, limiting the Golden Warriors to 57 yards after halftime. That after Andover back Tommy Duncan ran for 103 yards on 16 carries in the first half. 
Santoro led Haverhill with 10 tackles, while Grundy added eight tackles Sam Prescott intercepted a pass. 
“Our linebackers were filling and our safeties and corners were covering really well,” said Santoro. “And we were getting pressure to the QB. It felt great to beat Andover at home.”
Haverhill now faces Central Catholic. An upset could create a crowded tie atop the MVC Division 1 standings.
“I’m glad Central is coming here and we don’t have to go to them,” said O’Connor. “We are both junior-heavy teams. It’s exciting. We’ll see how it plays out.”
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Ferences save Salem in dramatic win over defending champs

HAMPTON, N.H. — The Ference brothers did it all and Salem registered a huge 20-13 win over defending Division 1 champion Winnacunnet. Junior Michael Ference caught scoring passes of 4 and 15 yards from Kyle Poulin. Senior James Ference picked off two passes including late in the game at the Salem 12. Both clubs are now 5-2.

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Lawrence falls short to Lowell

 

LAWRENCE — The Lawrence football team deserved better Friday night.

The Lancers outplayed Lowell for the first half, taking an 8-0, and scored with 20 seconds left in the game to close to within one, but fell short of winning their first game of the season, falling 15-14.

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