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Shaw for 38

Andover beat Haverhill, 62-50, as Tatum Shaw erupted for 38 points, one of the top outputs in the area in years. Haverhill's Colleen Phiri tossed in 23 points.

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Girls Basketball, 01/19/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Cammann takes off

 Junior Aidan Cammann erupted for 28 points to pace unbeaten Andover (3-0) over Haverhill, 57-50. Angel Burgos has 15 for the Hillies.

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Boys Basketball, 01/19/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Assists to Adams

 

Eliza O'Sullivan and Rose MacLean both scored twice and Lauren Adams had four assists as Andover continued to roll, whipping Haverhill/North Andover/Pentucket, 8-2.

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Girls Ice Hockey, 01/16/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Gray scores again

 

Sophomore Sean Gray scored his third goal in two games as Central Catholic completed the week's sweep of Andover, winning 4-1.

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Boys Ice Hockey, 01/16/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Twin Towers

Andover beat Central for the second time this week, 61-54. Aidan Cammann led with 19 and Logan Satlow had 12. Central's Xavier McKenzie lit it up for 28 points.

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Boys Basketball, 01/15/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Niles, Raiders clamp down on Andover

ANDOVER — Central Catholic's girls were up to the challenge and then some Friday afternoon.

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Girls Basketball, 01/15/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Schwalm blitzes field

 

In her first race for North Andover in two years, Sydney Schwalm showed that she didn't lose a thing. Schwalm, who was out with a torn ACL last year, finished first by a wide margin in the first girls North Shore League race of the season. Teammates Jane Freund and Mia Muse were 9th and 10th as the Knights defeated both Haverhill and Andover. 

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Girls Skiing, 01/15/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Andover cruises at Methuen

METHUEN – Forced to play an abbreviated hockey schedule, getting off to a hot start could supply all the momentum needed for a successful 12-match season.

And no team in the area has started off faster than the Andover girls, who have scored 14 goals in their first two games.

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Girls Ice Hockey, 01/13/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Central in thriller

Central Catholic tripped Andover, 50-43 in overtime, behind the stellar play of Ashley Dinges. The freshman from Haverhill, who last year was at Bradford Christian, had 14 points, 12 rebounds, 3 blocks and 2 steals. Adrianna Niles led the Raiders with 18 points. Tatum Shaw erupted for 31 for host Andover.

Andover sophomore Anna Foley left game late in the first quarter with a knee injury and didn't return. 

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Girls Basketball, 01/12/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Satlow, Andover edge Central in season opener

ANDOVER — The Central Catholic boys basketball team opened its COVID-19-shortened season Tuesday knowing it would be facing one of the best junior big men in the state in 6-foot-9 Aidan Cammann.
By the middle of the fourth quarter, it was another, much less heralded Andover junior giant in 6-foot-6 Logan Satlow, who stole the show here at Dunn Gymnasium on opening night in the Merrimack Valley Conference.
Satlow led all scorers with 18 points, nine in the fourth quarter, to open this season a month later than normal with a 60-57 win.
Central took its first lead since early in the first quarter, at the third quarter buzzer, 41-40, on a 3-pointer by captain Nate Godin.
Andover’s sophomore guard Ryan McLellan scored on a quick jumper 10 seconds into the fourth quarter before Satlow scored six straight points, leading to a 50-44 lead which Central couldn’t crack.
Satlow also had 12 rebounds.
“I love playing Central. Love it,” said Satlow. “I was on the bench last year. I didn’t play much. I wasn’t very good. I was really looking forward to this year and to open with Central was the best news. The rivalry is great. I couldn’t sleep last night.”
While the deficit never was in double figures, Central would get close, but not close enough according to new coach Mark Dunham.
“It seemed we were chasing them the entire game,” said Dunham. “But then we get that lead at the end of the third quarter and they get it right back ... and we’re chasing again. The tough part is we had a lot of open shots that we missed. We had our chances.”
Andover’s Cammann (14 points, 7 rebounds) did do some damage, scoring seven of his team’s first 14 points. He left the game early due to foul trouble. It hounded him the entire game, never getting in a rhythm.
“Let me make this clear: Aidan is the best player in the state,” said Satlow. “I face him every day in practice and he destroys me. I can’t stop him.”
But opening night was Satlow’s day.
“He’s a worker and didn’t surprise me at all,” said Andover coach David Fazio. “It wasn’t our best game. I think we have to get tougher. But Central is scary, like they always are. We played well when we had to.”
Central was led by Xavier McKenzie (14 points) and Isaac Bonilla (16), both promising juniors.
The teams will meet again on Friday night at 6:30 p.m. at Andover High as all of Central’s games will be played on the road due to COVID-19 issues in Lawrence. That game will also be live-streamed on Youtube.
 
Andover 60, Central Catholic 57
At Dunn Gymnasium, Andover
CENTRAL CATHOLIC (57): 
McKenzie 6-2-16, Hart 3-0-6, Rivera 3-0-6, Godin 3-0-8, Wiggins 3-1-7, Bonilla 5-0-15, Totals 23-3-57
ANDOVER (60):
MacLellan 4-1-9, Poirier 3-1-8, Aruri 4-0-9, Moses 1-0-2, Satlow 7-3-18, Cammann 5-4-14, Cloutier 0, Briggs 0, Shatanian 0, Totals 24-9-60
Andover (1-0): 17-15-8-20—70
Central (0-1): 13-14-14-16—57
3 pointers: AND — Poirier, Aruri, Satlow; CCHS — McKenzie 2, Godin 2, Bonilla 4
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Boys Basketball, 01/12/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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