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Knights sharp in opener

Brianna Iglesias and Shelby Nassar scored first-half goals, and North Andover held off Lynnfield, 2-1. Lizzie McCabe delivered a strong performance in her debut at right midfield for the Knights.

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Field Hockey, 09/07/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Ponzini nets two

Sophia Ponzini scored two unassisted goals, Sedona Lee scored once and Windham field hockey topped Bishop Guertin 3-0. Annie Mitchell made two saves for the winners, while freshman Ella Gallinelli excelled on defense.

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Field Hockey, 09/03/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Troisi stops 12

Salem's Lyndsay Troisi made 12 saves as the Blue Devils played Bishop Guertin to a 0-0 tie.

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Field Hockey, 08/31/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Crossman nets two

Jaelyn Crossman scored two first-period goals, and Hannah Lisauskas netted her first varsity goal as Pinkerton won its home-opener, 3-0 over Timberlane. Elise LeBlanc made five saves for the winners, one on a corner.

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Field Hockey, 08/31/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Jags open strong

Sophia Ponzini scored twice as Windham field hockey won its first game under new head coach Sophia Poulin, 4-1 over Concord on Monday.

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Field Hockey, 08/30/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Olson scores four

Jen Olson scored four goals, Avery Aliberti scored twice and the Salem defense didn't allow a shot on goal on the way to crushing Nashua North 10-0 in its field hockey season-opener on Monday.

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Field Hockey, 08/30/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Windham's 3-peat denied

BEDFORD, N.H. — Though the disappointment on her face was clear, Windham star Amy Lanouette mustered a smile as she reflected on her field hockey career.

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Field Hockey, 02/09/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Unbeaten Andover wins state title

BURLINGTON — An iron-clad defense has been the calling card of the Andover High field hockey team throughout the 2021 season. But as tight as their game had been through the first 21 games, the Golden Warriors saved their best for last. Andover shut down the high-powered Walpole High offense, en route to a 1-0 win and Division 1 State championship, Saturday afternoon at Burlington High. It's the Golden Warriors fourth overall state championship and first since 2017. The lone goal of the game came on a penalty stroke by Emma Reilly, with no time left on the clock at the end of the first quarter. Second-seeded Walpole (22-1-0) came into the final having averaged nearly five goals per game in their four tournament wins. Top-seeded Andover (21-0-1) not only posted their fifth straight shutout of the tournament, it held the Porkers without a single shot on goal. Senior Brockelman, juniors Rose MacLean and Anna Broderick and freshman Hannah Herlihy formed an impenetrable wall in front of junior goalie Adelaide Weeden. "They always know where they are supposed to be. I didn't face any shots today, so that is all going toward the defense and they did a phenomenal job, as always," said Weeden. Surveying her half of the field like a general, Weeden could be heard throughout the game shouting encouragement to her defense and sounding a cadence with the now-familiar banging of her stick against the walls of the cage between plays."I think every time the ball gets past the 50, I'm constantly in communication with the defense and the defense knows where to go and what to do. My job is just to keep them focused," said Weeden. "And the freshman (Herlihy) coming in, she did an amazing job. She came in (as a starter) for a semi-finals game and absolutely killed it."Herlihy was inserted into the starting lineup when all-star back Abby Miller suffered a hamstring injury in Andover's quarterfinal win over Shrewsbury. Coach Maureen Noone reconfigured her defense, adding Herlihy as a sweeper. The rookie was more than up to the task."You have a little freshman at the top of the circle and she has nerves of steel," said Noone. "All we told her to do was just sweep balls out, just not let anyone get in there and I thought she did an amazing job."Herlihy's job was made much easier by the rock solid play of Brockelman, Broderick and Maclean. Every time Walpole snipers Jess Tosone and Lauren Wong tried to attack, they were met head on by a white jersey sporting either a 20, 21 or 24."They know how to play off of each other and move around," said Noone. "I thought Ella Brockelman did a great job just keeping balls from going  through the middle and just sending them up through the side."As well as the Andover defense played, Walpole's was almost as good. The Golden Warriors enjoyed 10 corners but were only able to put four shots on goal. The Porkers got a strong game from flyer ????"We knew defensively they had some quick kids, some tough kids. Their flyer comes up so high and the trail comes up high, so getting a direct shot was not going to be easy."Andover's offensive pressure came in flurries. The first came in the final two minutes of the first quarter. The Warriors pressed the attack and got three straight penalty corners for their efforts, as the Porkers scrambled and struggled to clear the zone.Off the third corner, Reilly maneuvered in front of the cage and looked to have a clear shot when she was pushed from behind by a Walpole defender as time expired.Because it was a repeat violation, Reilly was awarded a penalty stroke with none time on the clock. The talented Junior made it count, beating goalie Madison Clark low to her right for her 28th goal of the year and a 1-0 lead."I practice strokes with Adelaide in every practice, so I just had confidence in my ability (to score)," said Reilly. "I thought it could have been a card instead of a stroke, that's sometimes what happens in those situations, but I think maybe because of my proximity to the goal, combined with the push is why (a stroke was awarded)."

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Field Hockey, 11/20/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Brooks wins in OT

 

Andover's Lucy Adams broke the tie in overtime as Brooks defeated St. Mark's 2-1 in NEPSAC girls soccer quarterfinal action. Elena Agosti scored in regulation for Brooks (12-4).

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Field Hockey, 11/17/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Triton field hockey advances

So far through two playoff games, the Triton field hockey team is still looking like the team that breezed through the regular season to earn the No. 4 seed in the Division 3 state tournament.

Wednesday evening, the Vikings got goals from Emelia Hight, Maya Sullivan and Maddie Hillick to beat No. 13 Hanover 3-1 in their Round of 16 game. Sophia Chapman stopped two shots in goal for the Vikings (14-3-3), who will host No. 5 Swampscott in the quarterfinals Saturday at 10 a.m. 

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Field Hockey, 11/10/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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