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Milford flattens Sanborn

MILFORD — Milford rolled to a 49-0 win over visiting Sanborn. The Indians (0-7) will try again to get into the win column next Saturday at Gilford. Milford improved to 6-1.

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Mistakes doom Lawrence in loss to Lowell

LOWELL — When it needed it most, Lawrence seemed to find the big play it needed.
 
Trailing by just one score in the second quarter, Lancers QB Jacob Tamayo dropped back and lofted a pass to Manny Lara, who sprinted in for a 50-yard touchdown.
 
That momentum shift, however, proved to be short-lived. The touchdown was called back for an illegal block, and six plays later, Lowell ran a punt back for a touchdown. 
 
Lawrence never recovered, falling to the Red Raiders 28-6 on Friday night.
 
“We had too many blunders in important situations,” said Lancers coach Rhandy Audate. “They just kept riding their momentum. Even when their quarterback (Naujiye Neal) went out, they were still able to move the ball. We didn’t play good football tonight.”
Lawrence miscues led to Lowell’s two first-half touchdowns. The Red Raiders turned a Lancer fumble into their first score of the day. Then, after a pair of dropped passes near the end zone forced Lawrence to punt, Lowell’s Jakob Rivers ran the kick back for a TD.
“Those two dropped touchdown catches were big,” said Audate. “The punt return really shifted the momentum. Whenever you have key mistakes at crucial moments, and the other team capitalizes, that’s how you lose football games.”
Lawrence, meanwhile, struggled to move the ball early. The Lancers managing just 70 yards of offense in the first half, 46 of those on one scramble by Tamayo on the final play before halftime. 
Trailing 21-0 to start the fourth quarter, Lawrence finally found a spark. Tamayo (120 passing yards) scrambled for a 24-yard gain, then found Lara (7 catches, 117 receiving yards) for gains of 17 and 14 before connecting with him in the end zone for a 3-yard touchdown.
One possession later, however, Lowell forced a turnover on downs. University of New Hampshire football commit Brendan Tighe — playing single-wing QB due to injury — ran for his third touchdown of the day to ice the win.
“Lawrence has a lot of team speed and they are very tough,” said Lowell coach John Florence. “Tamayo is so shifty and fast back there, and he creates a lot on broken plays. We tried to force him up the middle and not let him get to the sidelines.”
Another bright spot for the Lancers was linebacker Eric Sanchez, who had 12 tackles, two sacks and a fumble recovery.
Lawrence will look to bounce back when it travels to Methuen (4-1) scheduled for next Friday (7 p.m.)
“We’re never going to quit,” said Audate. “We’re always going to play until the end. We are looking forward to going for an upset against Methuen. We can do it, but we have to limit our mistakes. We need to do better.”
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Mistakes doom Lawrence in loss to Lowell

LOWELL — When it needed it most, Lawrence seemed to find the big play it needed.
 
Trailing by just one score in the second quarter, Lancers QB Jacob Tamayo dropped back and lofted a pass to Manny Lara, who sprinted in for a 50-yard touchdown.
 
That momentum shift, however, proved to be short-lived. The touchdown was called back for an illegal block, and six plays later, Lowell ran a punt back for a touchdown. 
 
Lawrence never recovered, falling to the Red Raiders 28-6 on Friday night.
 
“We had too many blunders in important situations,” said Lancers coach Rhandy Audate. “They just kept riding their momentum. Even when their quarterback (Naujiye Neal) went out, they were still able to move the ball. We didn’t play good football tonight.”
Lawrence miscues led to Lowell’s two first-half touchdowns. The Red Raiders turned a Lancer fumble into their first score of the day. Then, after a pair of dropped passes near the end zone forced Lawrence to punt, Lowell’s Jakob Rivers ran the kick back for a TD.
“Those two dropped touchdown catches were big,” said Audate. “The punt return really shifted the momentum. Whenever you have key mistakes at crucial moments, and the other team capitalizes, that’s how you lose football games.”
Lawrence, meanwhile, struggled to move the ball early. The Lancers managing just 70 yards of offense in the first half, 46 of those on one scramble by Tamayo on the final play before halftime. 
Trailing 21-0 to start the fourth quarter, Lawrence finally found a spark. Tamayo (120 passing yards) scrambled for a 24-yard gain, then found Lara (7 catches, 117 receiving yards) for gains of 17 and 14 before connecting with him in the end zone for a 3-yard touchdown.
One possession later, however, Lowell forced a turnover on downs. University of New Hampshire football commit Brendan Tighe — playing single-wing QB due to injury — ran for his third touchdown of the day to ice the win.
“Lawrence has a lot of team speed and they are very tough,” said Lowell coach John Florence. “Tamayo is so shifty and fast back there, and he creates a lot on broken plays. We tried to force him up the middle and not let him get to the sidelines.”
Another bright spot for the Lancers was linebacker Eric Sanchez, who had 12 tackles, two sacks and a fumble recovery.
Lawrence will look to bounce back when it travels to Methuen (4-1) scheduled for next Friday (7 p.m.)
“We’re never going to quit,” said Audate. “We’re always going to play until the end. We are looking forward to going for an upset against Methuen. We can do it, but we have to limit our mistakes. We need to do better.”
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Radulski shines again in second start, helps Knights rout Dracut

NORTH ANDOVER - He's only started two games under center, but North Andover senior Peter Radulski already has the look of a seasoned vet. 

In his second start filling in for injured started Will Schimmoeller, who is expected to be out a couple more weeks with a knee injury, Radulski picked up right where he left off after last week's win over Chelmsford.

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Pelham runs over ConVal in rout

PETERBOROUGH — Pelham didn't throw a pass Friday night, but it turns out they didn't need to.

The Pythons were lethal on the ground all game, rushing for a whopping 386 yards on 38 carries (10.1 per carry) in a 51-6 thrashing of ConVal.

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Espinal, Reggies hammer Nashoba Tech

WESTFORD — Franklyn Espinal scored on a 61-yard fumble return and a 25-yard run and intercepted a pass and Greater Lawrence pounded Nashoba Tech 43-0. It was 30-0 at the half and Tiago Hernandez returned the second-half kickoff 86 yards for a score. The Reggies' ground game was brilliant with 25 carries for 337 yards for a gaudy 13.5 yards a carry. Defensive tackle Juan Taveras had two sacks as the Reggies improved to 4-3. After a bye week, the Reggies will play their Division 7 North playoff opener against an opponent to be determined.

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VIDEO: Andover volleyball's Eduardo Machado

Eduardo Machado is a standout for the Andover volleyball team — he leads the team in assists and kills — and is also a star in the classroom. He is ranked in the top 10 percent of his class, scored a 2,170 on his SATs and will be attending RPI.

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05/17/12 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

VIDEO: Salem runner Eric Tahtamoni

Salem runner Eric Tahtamoni talks about his new love of hurdles, and his hopes to break the school record in the 400.

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05/11/12 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

VIDEO: Haverhill runner Mike McNaughton

Haverhill's Mike McNaughton talks about his career as a runner.
 
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05/04/12 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

VIDEO: Andover lax star Jaymi Cohen

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05/04/12 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

VIDEO: Andover softball talks "New Start"

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04/06/12 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

VIDEO: Highlights of 2012 high school hockey season

Take a look back at some of the best highlights from the 2012 high school hockey season.

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03/22/12 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

VIDEO: Highlights of 2012 high school hockey season

Take a look back at some of the best highlights from the 2012 high school hockey season.

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03/22/12 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

VIDEO: Pregame for Andover basketball

Andover captains Nicole Boudreau and Ally Fazio talk about their state title game an hour before game time.

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03/17/12 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

VIDEO: Pentucket wins Division 3 state title

Video highlights and interviews from Worcester after Pentucket won the Division 3 North title at the DCU Center in Worcester.

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03/17/12 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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