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Astros bounce back

 

Pinkerton's volleyball team bounced back from its first loss of the season with a shutout of Concord. Junior Alexis Bowers led the way for the Astros (16-1) with 12 kills and 13 service points. Lexi Verreault had 27 digs and served up eight aces.

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Quezada leads way

 

With Greater Lawrence missing its top two runners because of a discipline issue, Lawrence took advantage and grabbed a 19-39 victory, handing the Reggies their first loss of the season. Edward Quezada led the way, coming in first with a fine 16:19 for 3.1 miles.

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Big on Boughton

 

Junior Wyllie Boughton had an impressive seven blocks, six aces and 13 digs to spark Andover's volleyball team (14-1) to a 3-1 victory over Chelmsford.

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Howe delivers

 

Emily Howe scored both goals, the final coming with two minutes remaining to lift Windham's girls soccer team past Hollis-Brookline 2-1.

 

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Methuen wins as in Zins

 

Methuen's field hockey team qualified for the state tournament with a 3-0 victory over Malden. Alyssa Drouin, Catrina Crowe, and Rachel Zins scored for the Rangers (9-6).

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Brownout

Tori Brown scored her second goal of the game with two minutes left as North Reading girls soccer beat Masconomet 2-1, completing a rare season sweep of the Chieftains.

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Reggies are in

Four years ago, the first year Greater Lawrence girls soccer team went 0-18. Now they are 9-5-1 and headed to the state tourney. Eddith Garcia got the Reggies the berth with a goal with three minutes left to beat Nashoba Tech 1-0. It was Garcia's second goal of the year, both coming in the last two games. Serena Torres (4 saves) notched the shutout.

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Brooks stumbles to Governor's

NORTH ANDOVER — Brooks has suffered more than its share of losses the past four years, but maybe none of them stung quite as much as the one last night.

That in itself might be the biggest proof the Green and White are headed in the right direction.

Looking for its first victory over perennial power Governor's Academy in five years, Brooks held its own, but was unable to build off the pregame hype in a 25-6 loss. Governor's, which has won at least a share of the Independent School League regular-season title each of the past three years, has now won 30 of its past 31 games.

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Football, 10/18/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Haverhill clinched MVC Small title with defensive dominance

HAVERHILL — It was Haverhill football’s motto from the first day of camp to the fourth quarter on Saturday.

“This is our time!” they yelled.

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Turnovers doom Big Blue

SUFFIELD, Conn. — Suffield Academy took advantage of four Phillips Academy interceptions and rolled to a 34-0 win.

The hosts were led by 6-4, 285-pound lineman Christian Wilkins, who is being wooed by Penn State, BC and a host of other bigtime schools.

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Windham blasts lead, stops Pelham

WINDHAM – In a flash, Pelham High witnessed first-hand the explosiveness that is Windham High football.

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Gramstorff sparks big-play Whittier

TYNGSBORO — When Robby Gramstorff woke up yesterday he didn't know there would be a trophy up for grabs let alone it would be his.

The one thing certain by the end of the afternoon was that he earned the recognition.

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Matthews' last minute TD lifts Sanborn

SWANZEY -Zach Matthews rushed 23 times for 149 yards but his biggest run came with about 30 seconds left. Matthews sprinted into the end zone from six yards out to break a 6-6 tie and lift Sanborn to a 12-6 victory on the road. Monadnock had tied the game 6-6 with about 2:30 remaining in the fourth. Mike D'Amelio's 70 punt return gave the Indians a 6-0 edge in the third quarter. D'Amelio added 12 yards on three carries. QB Christian Ehlers rushed four times for 66 yards. Cam MacNeil and Shawn Gowans each made interceptions to lead the Sanborn defense. The Indians improved to 3-3 and Monadnock dropped to 2-3. Sanborn 12, Monadnock 6 Sanborn (3-3): 0 0 6 6 - 12 Monadnock (2-4): 0 0 0 6 -  6 Third Quarter S - Mike D'Amelio 70 punt return (kicked failed) Fourth Quarter S - Zach Matthews 6 run (kicked failed) INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: S - Zach Matthews 23-149, Christian Ehlers 4-66, Mike D'Amelio 3-12, Nate King 2-16, Shawn Gowans 8-3 PASSING: S - Ehlers 0-2-0, 0 yards

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Football, 10/17/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Nichols returns from preseason injury to lead North Andover to dominant win over Methuen

NORTH ANDOVER — Breyin Nichols had been dreaming of the moment each and every day since early August.

So when he touched the ball, the senior captain was going to make it count.

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Londonderry runs away with win

HUDSON — Londonderry quarterback Eric Fairweather rushed 14 times for 183 yards and one touchdown to lead Londonderry 41-15 over Alrvine. The Lancers (6-1) led by just a touchdown at halftime but used their rushing game and defense to finish off Alvirne in the second half.  Londonderry totaled 387 yards on the ground to Alvirne’s 117. The Lancers recorded 413 total yards while Alvirne had 325 yards more plays. But Alvirne had two costly interceptions. Lancers’  Jimmy Nee intercepted a pass and returned it for a touchdown during the fourth quarter. Dennis Bishop rushed three times for 84 and a TD while Kyle Byrd carried six times for 68 yards. Michael Ryan added four carries for 50 yards and a touchdown. Londonderry hosts Nashua South next week and then travels to Salem the following week to finish out its regular season. 

 

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