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27 for Rocker

 

Kyle Rocker and Andover remained on the upswing with a 73-71 victory over Belmont in the Comcast Tournament. Rocker pumped in 27 points and got good help from sophomore Richie Shahtanian, who sanke six 3-pointers for 18 points. 

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Boys Basketball, 02/17/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Rocker rocks again

Kyle Rocker continued to dazzle with 27 points as Andover closed our the regular season by rolling past Charlestown 77-53. Aidan Cammann added 12 points for the winners.

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Boys Basketball, 02/16/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Iwanicki, Prep finish on top

 

METHUEN — St. John's Prep's Rawson Iwanicki of Andover is one very confident freshman, so much so that some might call him cocky.

But that would be a mistake because Iwanicki, as he showed Saturday at the Division 1 North sectional, has good reason to be confident. By defeating Lawrence's talented John Vasquez 8-3 in the finals, Iwanicki improved to his season record to a sterling 45-2.

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Wrestling, 02/15/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Andover overcomes lawrence

ANDOVER — On senior night, Andover's Kyle Rocker was one determined senior Friday night.

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Boys Basketball, 02/14/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Division 1 State Track: Andover's Kiley, Lawrence boys shine

Division 1 State Track

Andover's Kiley, Lawrence boys shine
BOSTON — Andover freshman Molly Kiley won the 2-mile in 11:28.61 at the Division 1 State Meet Wednesday at the Reggie Lewis center.
The other top local girl was her sophomore teammate Jodi Parrott. She was second in the 55-meter hurdles with what Andover coaches said was a new school record (8.51), was fourth in the long jump and tied for eight in the jigh jump with freshman teammate Angela McNeeley (both 4-10) (17-1). Kiley also ran on the Golden Warriors' seventh-place 4x800 team.
Kiley and Parrott led Andover to an eighth-place finish with 25.25 points. Brookline was victorious with 62 points.
Haverhill got seventh-place finishes from senior Briana Hill in the 55 meters (career-best 7.64) and freshman Finleigh Simonds in the mile (personal best 5:17.38). Simonds also anchored Haverhill's sixth-place 4x800 quartet.
On the boys' side, Lawrence flexed its muscles with 28 points and a sixth-place finish. Lowell (84 points) won for the third year in a row.
Lancer coach Bill Meuse said he had two new school records with Jordany Volquez in the 55-meter hurdles (2nd, 7.56) and the runner-up 4x200 team of Jerimil German, Volquez, Adonis Garcia, Eddie Gonzalez in 1:30.56. 
German strutted his stuff with a third in the 55 meters in 7.50 while Gonzalez leapts 21-1 for a third in the long jump.
Methuen's Stanley Hanci, Michael Soucy, Anthony Fortuna, and Nassim Bendimerad grabbed a fifth in the 4x200. Hanci again came up big with a second in 35.34 in the 300 meters while Bendimerad was eight in the dash.
Andover's high jump tandem of Michael Makiej (second-place) and Jake Drake (fourth) both soared 6-4.
Haverhill was led by Hayden Makarow (4th, 600, 1:23.60).

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Girls Indoor Track, 02/12/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Division 1 State Track: Andover's Kiley, Lawrence boys shine

BOSTON — Andover freshman Molly Kiley won the 2-mile in 11:28.61 at the Division 1 State Meet Wednesday at the Reggie Lewis center.
The other top local girl was her sophomore teammate Jodi Parrott. She was second in the 55-meter hurdles with what Andover coaches said was a new school record (8.51), was fourth in the long jump and tied for eight in the jigh jump with freshman teammate Angela McNeeley (both 4-10) (17-1). Kiley also ran on the Golden Warriors' seventh-place 4x800 team.
Kiley and Parrott led Andover to an eighth-place finish with 25.25 points. Brookline was victorious with 62 points.
Haverhill got seventh-place finishes from senior Briana Hill in the 55 meters (career-best 7.64) and freshman Finleigh Simonds in the mile (personal best 5:17.38). Simonds also anchored Haverhill's sixth-place 4x800 quartet.
On the boys' side, Lawrence flexed its muscles with 28 points and a sixth-place finish. Lowell (84 points) won for the third year in a row.
Lancer coach Bill Meuse said he had two new school records with Jordany Volquez in the 55-meter hurdles (2nd, 7.56) and the runner-up 4x200 team of Jerimil German, Volquez, Adonis Garcia, Eddie Gonzalez in 1:30.56. 
German strutted his stuff with a third in the 55 meters in 7.50 while Gonzalez leapts 21-1 for a third in the long jump.
Methuen's Stanley Hanci, Michael Soucy, Anthony Fortuna, and Nassim Bendimerad grabbed a fifth in the 4x200. Hanci again came up big with a second in 35.34 in the 300 meters while Bendimerad was eight in the dash.
Andover's high jump tandem of Michael Makiej (second-place) and Jake Drake (fourth) both soared 6-4.
Haverhill was led by Hayden Makarow (4th, 600, 1:23.60).

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Boys Indoor Track, 02/12/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Freund takes second

North Andover's Jane Freund placed second overall (48.03) to lead the Scarlet Knights to a third-place finish as a team at the North Shore Ski League Championship.

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Girls Skiing, 02/12/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Reversal for Warriors

Andover got quick revenge for its loss Saturday in the finals of the Hillie duals, tripping Lawrence 40-30. That gave the Warriors (21-3) a school record 21 wins and clinched a tie for the MVC Division 2 title. Key wins for the Warriors were by Theo Krueger at 126, Connor Sheehan at 182 and heavyweight AJ Heidtke who avenged a personal loss with a 10-0 major decision.

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Wrestling, 02/12/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

5-point night

Anton Pace and Leo Byers each scored twice and Andover pounded Acton-Boxboro, 10-2. Pace also added three assists. J.J. Quill (9 saves) and Liam Blake (11 saves) split the goalie duties.

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Boys Ice Hockey, 02/12/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Knights ski strong

 

Led by senior Peter Radulski, the North Andover boys ski team had its best outing of the year in its last regular season meet. The Knights placed three skiers in the top nine and gave St. John's Prep its clodest decision of the year in addition to crushing Manchester-Essex. Radulski had a career-best fifth-place finish, Segev Moritz was seventh and Caleb Litster was ninth. 

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Boys Skiing, 02/11/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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