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Ferullo on fire

Ferullo on fire
Makayla Ferullo had 23 points and six 3-pointers as Methuen upset Brockton, 54-46. Olivia Barron added 12 points and 9 boards. The Rangers finished 9-11 under first-year coach David Giribaldi, narrowly missing the playoffs for the first time since the 2012-13 season. With only two seniors graduating, the Rangers should be a team to watch next fall.
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Girls Basketball, 02/20/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Andover wins shootout

The Andover girls hockey team won a shootout over powerhouse Duxbury to advance to the finals of the Hingham Showcase. It was 1-1 in regulation (Lilly Shannon scored on Andover's first shot of the game!). The Golden Warriors took the shootout 2-1. Sean D’Urso finished 18 saves and stopped all five shots in the shootout. Andover (9-5-5) will play for the title Thursday against host Hingham at 8 p.m. Duxbury fell to 16-3-2.

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Girls Ice Hockey, 02/20/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Great finish

 

Trailing by eight points after three quarters, Pinkerton erupted for 26 points to edge Trinity, 64-62. Andrew Lufkin led the Astros with 24 points and Ben Lindsey added 18.

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Boys Basketball, 02/20/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Natural for Dillman

Caeden Dillman had the natural hat trick in the first period and Andover continued to play some of the best hockey in the state with a 3-1 win over St. John's of Shrewsbury, which fell to 12-6-3. Dillman scored just 23 seconds in and had two in four minutes.

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Boys Ice Hockey, 02/20/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Haverhill can't hold on. losing in shootout

NEWBURYPORT — It’s not often that the Masconomet co-op team’s Clipper contingent gets to play at its own Graf Rink.

So it was quite the happy homecoming for the Newburyport High students who skate for the Chieftains Tuesday when they advanced to the Newburyport Bank Classic final by edging Methuen-Tewksbury in a shootout.

The game officially goes down as a 2-2 tie with Masco (13-4-2) extending its unbeaten streak to six and the Red Rangers’ own streak moving to 14 as they go to 17-1-2 overall.

A shootout was then staged to determine which team would face Winchester in Thursday’s championship game. Masco’s Charisse Flanagan scoring the only goal and Molly Elmore kept all four tries out of her net.

“It feels like coming home because I played here all through youth hockey. Being in the Newburyport Bank tourney is always really fun,” said Elmore, a Newburyport High sophomore who made 18 saves. “We were really excited for his game because they’d beaten us earlier this year (2-0 on Dec. 27).”

Elmore and Methuen/Tewksbury’s Kaia Hollingsworth, also a sophomore, traded saves throughout the final minutes. Both squads created chances both off the rush and through rebounds but neither could light the lamp.

“It turned into a goalie battle. Kaia was incredible and I’ll take any point I can get at this stage of the season,” said Masco coach Ryan Sugar. 
Elmore’s best stop was a back door denial of sniper Kelly Golini, who scored earlier in the game and has more than 150 career goals. At the other end, Hollingsworth stayed square on a 2-on-1 break to stop Abby Gendron and later made a flashy glove save to rob Flanagan on a similar rush.

“I saw the other goalie coming up really big and I wanted to do the same thing,” Elmore said. 

Masco had the lead twice in each of the first two periods only to see the Rangers strike back. Freshman Erin Irons opened the scoring by slipping a backhand inside the post late in the first. That lead lasted only 78 seconds before Golini sniped her team’s first goal top corner.

Senior Sami Kelleher, another Newburyport student, scored early in the second.
Lydia Pendleton evened the score 2-2 when Golini’s rebound found her at the far side of the crease with 1:59 left in the second.

Methuen/Tewksbury will face St. Peter Marian in Thursday’s consolation at Graf (5 p.m.) while Masco faces defending champ Winchester in a rematch of last year’s final (7 p.m.).
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Boys Ice Hockey, 02/20/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Red Rangers lose to Masco in shootout

NEWBURYPORT — It’s not often that the Masconomet co-op team’s Clipper contingent gets to play at its own Graf Rink.

So it was quite the happy homecoming for the Newburyport High students who skate for the Chieftains Tuesday when they advanced to the Newburyport Bank Classic final by edging Methuen-Tewksbury in a shootout.

The game officially goes down as a 2-2 tie with Masco (13-4-2) extending its unbeaten streak to six and the Red Rangers’ own streak moving to 14 as they go to 17-1-2 overall.

A shootout was then staged to determine which team would face Winchester in Thursday’s championship game. Masco’s Charisse Flanagan scoring the only goal and Molly Elmore kept all four tries out of her net.

“It feels like coming home because I played here all through youth hockey. Being in the Newburyport Bank tourney is always really fun,” said Elmore, a Newburyport High sophomore who made 18 saves. “We were really excited for his game because they’d beaten us earlier this year (2-0 on Dec. 27).”

Elmore and Methuen/Tewksbury’s Kaia Hollingsworth, also a sophomore, traded saves throughout the final minutes. Both squads created chances both off the rush and through rebounds but neither could light the lamp.

“It turned into a goalie battle. Kaia was incredible and I’ll take any point I can get at this stage of the season,” said Masco coach Ryan Sugar. 
Elmore’s best stop was a back door denial of sniper Kelly Golini, who scored earlier in the game and has more than 150 career goals. At the other end, Hollingsworth stayed square on a 2-on-1 break to stop Abby Gendron and later made a flashy glove save to rob Flanagan on a similar rush.

“I saw the other goalie coming up really big and I wanted to do the same thing,” Elmore said. 

Masco had the lead twice in each of the first two periods only to see the Rangers strike back. Freshman Erin Irons opened the scoring by slipping a backhand inside the post late in the first. That lead lasted only 78 seconds before Golini sniped her team’s first goal top corner.

Senior Sami Kelleher, another Newburyport student, scored early in the second.
Lydia Pendleton evened the score 2-2 when Golini’s rebound found her at the far side of the crease with 1:59 left in the second.

Methuen/Tewksbury will face St. Peter Marian in Thursday’s consolation at Graf (5 p.m.) while Masco faces defending champ Winchester in a rematch of last year’s final (7 p.m.).
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Girls Ice Hockey, 02/20/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Knights by forfeit

North Andover boys basketball coach Paul Tanglis said his club earned a forfeit win over Chelsea as the Red Devils had scheduled too many games. The Knights willl play Thursday in the Melrose Tourney title game vs. the Melrose-Newburyport winner.

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Boys Basketball, 02/18/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Kirsch, Central hold off Andover

LAWRENCE — Her numbers don’t jump out at you, but there is no questioning Katie Kirsch’s value to the Central Catholic girls basketball team.

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Girls Basketball, 02/18/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Kitchings, Cespedes, Kennedy win track gold

BOSTON — There were some fine local performances Friday night at the Division 1 State Meet at the Reggie Lewis Center.

Methuen senior football-track star Saul Cespedes lived up to the family history begun by his father and his uncle at Lawrence High. Cespedes soared 6-4 to take the high jump crown. 

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Girls Indoor Track, 02/16/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Kitchings, Kennedy, Cespedes win gold

BOSTON — There were some fine local performances Friday night at the Division 1 State Meet at the Reggie Lewis Center.

Methuen senior football-track star Saul Cespedes lived up to the family history begun by his father and his uncle at Lawrence High. Cespedes soared 6-4 to take the high jump crown. 

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Boys Indoor Track, 02/16/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

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
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