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Fox goes deep

Katie Fox sparked the offense with a home run in the second inning, and Julia Malowitz struck out 14 as Central Catholic handed Burlington its second loss of the season, 3-0. 

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Softball, 05/28/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Roy, defense dominate

Matt Roy made 14 saves and defensemen Tyler Fay and Jack Dalton dominated the faceoff X to lead North Andover to a 10-4 win over Burlington. Jake Lins led the Scarlet Knights with four goals.

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Boys Lacrosse, 05/27/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Malowitz, Central knock off unbeaten Burlington

Central Catholic softball scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning, then survived a three-run rally in the bottom of the seventh to hand Burlington its first loss of the season, 6-3. Leadoff hitter Julia Malowitz was 2 for 3 with two runs scored and was the winning pitcher, Katie Fox added two hits and two RBIs and Ava Iannessa drove in a run and scored another for the winners.

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Softball, 05/10/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Kloster stops 22

Maggie Kloster made a career-high 22 saves and Brooke Carter scored the first two goals of her varsity career, but Methuen fell to Burlington 14-8.

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Girls Lacrosse, 04/21/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Tamayo injury derails Lawrence in heartbreaking loss

LAWRENCE — What began as a classic turned into heartbreak for Lawrence High.
With the Lancers’ offense red hot going into halftime with the game tied, they were dealt a crushing blow when QB Jacob Tamayo  was forced to leave the game with severe leg cramps early in the third quarter.
After the defense stood strong, Tamayo hobbled out for the final possession of the game, but there would be no miracle, and Lawrence dropped a devastating 30-22 season-opening loss to Burlington on Saturday.
“It’s just very unfortunate,” said Lawrence coach Rhandy Audate. “Our kids played their hearts out. But (Tamayo) just cramped up and couldn’t continue. I’m so proud that our kids continued to battle no matter what and showed the kind of team we are.”
For two quarters, Tamayo and the Lawrence offense looked nearly unstoppable. 
On their first possession of the game, the Lancers needed just seven plays to go 67 yards, and fullback Dewy Baez ran in for a 4-yard TD. 
Burlington took a 14-6 lead, but Lawrence came right back.
Lancer running back Gianni Vargas broke off three straight carries for a combined 42 yards, then Tamayo found Isaias Richards for a 6-yard touchdown. 
Burlington scored again, then seemed to have the Lancers stopped. But Tamayo rolled out on fourth-and-16 and threw a beautiful 55-yard bomb to Manny Lara, who rolled in for a touchdown. Baez scored a two-point conversion, and it was 22-22 at halftime.
That’s when the rain started to fall heavily, and trouble struck for the Lancers.
Tamayo — who was 9-for-11 passing for 120 yards in the first half — opened the second half with a 13-yard completion. But he quickly limped off the field.
He returned the following possession, but was sacked and had to be helped off the field.
“Jacob completely cramped up,” said Audate. “At the end of the day, there was nothing we could do about that. He played his heart out, but he just couldn’t return to the action.”
With rain pouring, Burlington took the lead late in the third when Lawrence’s punt snap went out of the end zone for a safety.
Without Tamayo, the Lancers tied three different replacements at quarterback, even playing single-wing briefly, but could not find the same rhythm.
The Lawrence defense responded with two stops, highlighted by a fumble that was caused by Baez and recovered by Brandon Lavasta. But the Red Devils did tack on a score with 2:10 left. 
With the Lancers trailing by eight points, Tamayo tried to return for a final two-minute drill. But he left the game again and Lawrence turned the ball over on downs.
The final quarter was marred by controversy, as Lawrence was called for four personal fouls in the fourth. But Audate was quick to defend his players.
“When the game gets chippy, you have to call the game both ways,” said the coach. “Our kids weren’t cursing or saying anything like that to the officials. They didn’t lose their composure. I’m proud of the heart the kids showed. They continued no matter what, and we will come back strong next week.” 

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Football, 09/14/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Dean in OT!

North Andover boys lacrosse trailed Burlington 11-6 at one point early in the second half, but rallied back. Jack Chace and his five goals helped send the game to overtime, and in the extra session Charlie Dean scored the game-winner to lift the Knights to a 15-14 win.

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Boys Lacrosse, 05/28/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Murray, Andover hockey advance

Sam Murray buried a rebound off a Shane Lachance shot with six minutes left in the third, and No. 4 Andover held strong to beat No. 5 Burlington 3-2 in the Division 1 North quarterfinals on Sunday.
The Golden Warriors took a 1-0 lead in the first on an Anthony Previte goal, and Michael Feeney made it 2-0 with a goal early in the second period.
Burlington tied it late in the second, but Murray delivered the winner in the third.
Andover (14-6-2) advances to play No. 8 St. John's Prep (12-7-3) in the Division 1 North semifinals on Thursday (7 p.m.) at the Tsongas Arena in Lowell.
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Boys Ice Hockey, 03/03/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

McElroy paces Knights

NORTH ANDOVER — To have a chance against  defending Division 2 North champion North Andover in the first round Monday night, Burlington coach Phil Conners knew that one thing was a must.

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Boys Basketball, 02/25/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Jackson leads Raiders

Casey Jackson scored one goal and assisted on another as Central Catholic jumped out fast and held on for a 3-2 victory over Burlington. Carmella Hillner and Maddy Guy added a goal each.

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Girls Ice Hockey, 12/27/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Reggies fall short

Kyra Devoe had seven service points and seven assists, but No. 5 Greater Lawrence volleyball fell to No. 12 Burlington 3-0 in the Division 2 North first round. Kayla Roque had 11 digs for the Reggies. 

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Girls Volleyball, 11/01/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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