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Revenge Tour

The Whittier revenge tour keeps ongoing. After losing by 30 points at the beginning of the year, Whittier beat Greater Lowell, 50-45. Whittier was led by Stasi Krafton With 20 points and Alley Talley with 19.

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Girls Basketball, 02/14/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Cunningham double-double

Northern Essex ran its win streak to 12 games with a 75-64 win over Bristol Community College.
Daniel Almarante (Lawrence) and Phillip Cuningham (Haverhill) each scored 15 points while Cunningham also grabbed 15 rebounds.
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Girls Basketball, 02/14/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Martin, North Andover hold off Methuen

Hannah Martin scored a game-best 18 points as North Andover edged Methuen 55-48 on Friday. Katie Robie added 16 points for the Scarlet Knights, while Brooke Tardugno scored 15 points for the Rangers. 

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Girls Basketball, 02/12/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Lavoie, Astros advance

Liz Lavoie scored a game-high 20 points as top-seeded Pinkerton rolled past No. 8 Merrimack in the Division 1 quarterfinals on Friday. 
Avah Ingalls added 12 points and Sydney Gerossie scored 11 points for the Astros (17-1), who advance to face No. 5 Bishop Guertin on Tuesday at Exeter High School (8 p.m.)
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Girls Basketball, 02/12/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Dinges' record day

Ashley Dinges went off for 37 points — breaking Brigid Hegarty's Central Catholic single-game record of 36 points set in 2002 — as the Raiders topped North Andover 63-42. Claire Finney added 15 points for Central, which held the Scarlet Knights scoreless in the third quarter.

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Girls Basketball, 02/09/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Krafton, Whittier roll

Stasi Krafton scored 24 points as Whittier turned a one-point halftime lead into a 61-46 victory over Shawsheen. Maddy Dawkins added 14 points and Naithalia Cintron, returning from injury, had nine points and 14 rebounds.

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Girls Basketball, 02/09/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Own the boards

Bree Amari scored 20 points and Meg Husson added 10 as Windham beat Exeter, 45-37, to advance to the Division 1 quarterfinals. Both girls grabbed 10 rebounds apiece.

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Girls Basketball, 02/08/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Pena, Hillies prevail

In and exciting girls basketball matchup,

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Girls Basketball, 02/08/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Lemieux 9 strikes

Lance Lemieux rolled a 163 and then a 246 game with 9 strikes as Pinkerton took third in a bowling quad-meet. Colby Wong (199, 184) also starred.

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Girls Basketball, 02/07/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Greater Lawrence 40, Fellowship Christian 28

Hessey Calixte had 20 points on the game and Greater Lawrence outscored Fellowship 22-6 in the fourth quarter to rally for a 40-28 win.

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Girls Basketball, 02/07/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Hanscom, Andover hold off Central Catholic

LAWRENCE – A year ago, the Central Catholic girls ran the power sweep on Andover, knocking off the Warriors all three times they met, including an overtime slugfest for the MVC Cup Championship.

This Andover High team seems pretty intent on a complete reversal. Sunday night, the Warriors outlasted host Central for the second time this season, 49-47, spoiling the Raiders Senior Night and lassoing sole possession of the 2022 conference title.

“When it came to it, our composure, it was getting close there in the second half but we pulled it out,” said Andover junior Amelia Hanscom. “Our effort, our hustle and overall our intensity, we just stuck together and pulled it out.”

Andover broke to a quick lead, weathered every flurry gritty Central could muster and ultimately did just enough in the fourth quarter to claim the decision.

Victory was by no means easy, the Warriors just found a way behind Hanscom in a rugged fourth quarter that opened with the teams knotted at 36-36.

Hanscom just willed herself into the paint and scored Andover’s first eight points of the fourth, pushing the Warriors to the front at 44-42 with just under two minutes to play.

Free throws, as they were all night (for the game Andover was 19 for 27 while Central was just 5 of 7), proved pivotal the rest of the way.

Anna Foley swished two and so did Marissa Kobelski to push the margin to 48-42 with 1:02 to play.

Raider sophomore Ashley Dinges sliced that margin in half with a traditional 3-point play, setting up a wild final sequence that saw Central get two opportunities to score or even tie (with a 3). But the Raiders were turned away.

“We didn’t convert when we needed to,” said Central coach Casey Grange. “We put ourselves in good positions. We got the stops and the rebounds when we needed them, but we just couldn’t convert on the offensive end.”

Andover finally put it away with a Michaela Buckley free throw with 5.1 seconds to play. Down 4, Central got a layin from Arlenis Veloz at the buzzer to account for the final margin.

“We made one more play than them today, and that’s what you get from the Andover-Central rivalry,” said Hibino.

Hanscom paced the Warriors with 24 points on a night in which she just refused to relent.

“Amelia played great, establishing herself on the block as like an old-school, big guard,” said Hibino. “She just gets to her position and does her thing. She’s tough as nails.”

The paint on this night was her domain.

“I’ve always been a driver. People tell me to shoot, but I really like to drive. I know it’s my best bet, especially when we want to get to the foul line,” said Hanscom. “That’s what I had to do to help get us a win tonight.”

Foley had 13 as the two Andover top guns clicked on 15 of 20 from the line.

Dinges put the Raiders on her shoulders, matching Hanscom with 24, and Claire Finney had eight. Shea Montague canned a pair of big threes as Central rallied from an early deficit that was as large as nine in the second quarter.
 

 
 
SCORE 24
 
Both teams' leading scorers in Sunday night''s showdown between Central Catholic and Andover, won by the Warriors 49-47, finished with 24 points.
For Central's Ashley Dinges, it was the ninth time this season the sophomore topped the 20-point mark for the Raiders. She is now averaging 22.0 points a game.
But for Andover's Amelia Hanscom, her double dozen represented a career high. The junior, whose previous high this year was 18 points, is now averaging 13.0 points a game on the year. 
 
 
 
 
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Girls Basketball, 02/06/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Knights hang tough

North Andover challenged one of the top teams sin the state, St. Mary's of Lynn, and fought hard before falling, 60-47.
Despite the loss, Hannah Martin poured in 24 points. Jackie Rogers added eight points and nine rebounds. Maeve Gaffny was huge on the board with 10 rebounds.
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Girls Basketball, 02/05/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Cassidy powers Owls

Freshman Ella Lampron's late basket and clutch free throws by senior captain Cassidy Powers (15 points) lifted Timberlane past Coe-Brown 37-31. Maia Parker also had 15 points.

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Girls Basketball, 02/03/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Stat stuffer

Windham wrapped up the regular season with a 43-39 win over Keene. Bree Amari had 13 points, 14 rebounds, 6 steals and 3 assists. Chloe Weeks, Hannah Smith and Avery Steffanides added six points each.

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Girls Basketball, 02/03/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Windham girls work OT

The Windham (10-7) girls basketball team outlasted a tough Exeter squad in overtime 58-49. The Jaguars hit some late free throws in OT from Chloe Weeks and Meghan Husson, who combined for 28 points in the win. Bree Amari added 10 points and 13 rebounds for the Jags.

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Girls Basketball, 02/02/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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