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Sixth straight win

Julia Webster led North Andover in kills and blocks as the Knights won their sixth straight, sweeping Dracut 3-0.

 

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Girls Volleyball, 09/25/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Over .500

 

Meg Arnette scored in the second half to give Pentucket's field hockey team a 1-0 win over Ipswich. It was the Sachems' third straight win and puts them at 3-2.

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Mancha leads comeback

Junior Alexis Mancha came through in the final two games for Andover, leading the Warriors to a 25-20 win in Game 4 then a convincing 15-6 win in Game 5 to close out a win over Central Catholic. She finished with 14 assists, 16 digs and five aces.

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Thibodeau can't be stopped

Lauren Thibodeau just finds new ways to top herself. The Pinkerton senior fierd a 4-under 31 at Green Meadow to help her team earn an easy tri-meet win over Londonderry and Nashua South.

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Pin leads Devils

 

Nancy Pin led the surging Salem volleyball team (8-2) to a sweep of Londonderry by leading the Blue Devils in Kills (9), sevice points (10, aces (6) and digs (5).

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Lee goes under

It was a big day for Andover sophomore Mac Lee, who fired a 1-under 35 to help his team split a tri-meet with Lowell and Billerica. Lefty Josh Gruenberg came in with a 40, and both Chris Nyhan and Stephen Ingram fired a 41.

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Huge Knights' win

 

 Luke SiSalvo scored his second goal of the game with six minutes left to lift unbeaten North Andover to a 3-2 victory over arch-rival Masconomet. Goalie Sam Naftal played outstanding for the Knights (6-0), stopping two breakaways and making 10 saves overall.

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Boys Soccer, 09/25/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Pair of hat tricks

 

Jerlin Kaithamattam and Juliette Nadeau both notched hat tricks as North Reading's girls soccer team (4-1-10 crushed Shawsheen 7-0.

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Tough 1st loss

 

Pinkerton's field hockey team lost its first game of the season, 1-0 to Dover, which scored on a penalty stroke and had no other shots on goal. The Astros fell to 8-1.

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Brooks football struggles in opener

NORTH ANDOVER — Brooks fell behind by three touchdowns early and could not recover, dropping its opener to Governor's Academy 23-7 on Saturday.

Brooks' lone points came in the fourth quarter. Jaylen Cromwell picked off a pass and ran it back 40 yards for a touchdown.

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Football, 09/23/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Bishop Fenwick pushes past Pentucket

WEST NEWBURY - In a battle of the trenches, whoever controls the line - and thus the clock - has their way.

It took a while, but in Saturday afternoon's clash between Bishop Fenwick and Pentucket, the Crusaders started to win the war of attrition in the second half.

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Football, 09/23/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

‘Revenge Tour’ keeps rolling: Behind big days from DeSouza, McElroy, North Andover rolls past Tewksbury

TEWKSBURY - North Andover quarterback Jake McElroy has only played with Gabe DeSouza for three games, but he already knows his favorite thing about the 6-foot-2, 185-pound transfer from Everett.

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Cohen, Phillips smother Loomis

ANDOVER — After a stout performance last week the Phillips defence was just as impressive on Saturday, holding Loomis Chaffe scoreless in the first half en route to a 27-14 win.

Adam Cohen was the leader for Phillips (2-0) defensively with eight tackles and a sack. North Reading's Bobby O'Donnell chipped in with seven tackles, a fumble recovery and a sack. 

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Central stalls, then sprints past Methuen

LAWRENCE — Heading into the fourth quarter, the upset seemed to be within Methuen’s grasp.

When Saul Cespedes sprinted into the end zone with 3:26 to go in the third, he gave his Rangers a two-score advantage, as Methuen drew closer to its first win over Central Catholic since 2010.

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Salem comes back, beats Timberlane in OT thriller

Salem boys soccer has been one of the area's biggest surprises this fall. The Blue Devils came into Saturday's showdown with unbeaten Timberlane with a shining 7-1 record, but many of those wins had come against teams with losing records. So when Salem fell behind 2-0 to Timberlane in the first 10 minutes yesterday, it wouldn't have been unreasonable to question whether the Blue Devils were a serious contender or just a paper tiger.

Well, Salem's answer came through loud and clear. These guys are for real.

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