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Big Raiders' win

 

Central Catholic's volleyball team, which fell to North Andover 3-0 earlier in the year, stunned the Knights 3-2 to improve its playoff hopes considerably. Kaleigh Smith had 16 kills, Katherine Antczak chipped in with 34 assists and Victoria Nassar had a remarkable 41 digs to pace the Raiders (9-8).

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Andover upended

 

Andover's field hockey team finally lost one, falling 1-0 at Chelmsford under miserable cold and wet conditions. The Warriors, who outshot Chelmsford for the game, dropped to 15-1-1.

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Field Hockey, 10/22/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Devils recover

 

After dropping the first game, Salem's volleyball team roared back to whip Dover 3-1, winning the second game 25-5. Nicolette Fallisi led the Blue Devils (13-4) with 17 kills, 13 service points and 9 digs.

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Karam leads way

 

Claudia Karam had a stunning 11 aces and also led the team with six kills as Presentation of Mary shut out Fellowship Christian to improve to 14-5.

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Peaking for tourney?

 

In its last regular season match, Greater Lawrence's colleyball team had an impressive shutout of 14-5 Lowell Catholic. Erika Roque had 11 kills and 10 service points for the Reggies (12-8).

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Romp in rain

 

Emma Johns scored four goals as North Andover's field hockey team (12-3-3) ended its regular season in impressive fashion, routing a solid Tewksbury team 5-0 in a cold and steady rain. Sabrina Coppa had a goal and two assists and Danielle McAdam chipped in with two assists.

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Prolific Olivia

 

Olivia Papapetros contuinued to score on a steady basis, netting one of Brooks' two goals in a 2-1 victory over powerhouse Lawrence Academy. The Green and White (8-3-1) outshot Lawrence 20-11.

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Girls Soccer, 10/22/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Unbeaten Pinkerton punishes Timberlane

PLAISTOW — Peter Cyr may be foiling the defensive strategy of Pinkerton’s future foes. Michael Curley may be, too.
Timberlane found this out Friday night in the unbeaten Astros’ 42-7 victory,
The Owls put most of their focus on T.J. Urbanik. The junior standout was impressive enough, rushing for first quarter TDs of 64 and 47 yards and finishing with 144 yards on just nine carries. But, for the second straight week, he had plenty of help, with Cyr leading the way.
Cyr scored on a 48-yard run on a reverse at the end of the second quarter and then closed Pinkerton’s scoring with a 45-yard burst up the middle in the third quarter, finishing with 97 yards on just three carries.
That gives Cyr, who also plays defense, 187 yards and five touchdowns over the last two weeks.
“The line’s really opening some great holes and teams are definitely keying on T.J., which opens things up for me and the other guys,” said Cyr, a 6-foot, 180-pounder.
“I think we’re playing really well. We’ve fixed our mistakes and we’re getting pumped up for the playoffs.”
Pinkerton coach Brian O’Reilly said that no one should be surprised by Cyr’s recent productivity.
“We’re developing depth and Peter has been good all along,” said O’Reilly. “He’s a tough, two-way player — pound for pound, he’s the toughest guy we’ve got.
“We’re running the ball really well. It’s a combination of the line — one of the biggest we’ve had — and the backs.”
The Astros, who rushed for 312 yards in the first half while taking a 35-0 lead, did show both good line play and hard running, resulting in six touchdowns in a limited number of plays.
Pinkerton (7-0) scored on drives of just 2, 3, 2, 4, 4 and 3 plays and no touchdowns covered less than 36 yards. Joining Urbanik and Cyr with long runs was Curley, with a 36-yard jaunt, and sophomore Nico Buccieri, who ran it in from 49 yards out.
“We’re trying to progress every week and get through injury free, which I think we did tonight,” said O’Reilly.
Defensively, Curley was effective from his linebacking slot and Cyr, lineman Noah Robison and defensive back Isaiah Backels made it tough on the Owls (2-5).
Also, junior Kyle Cantalupo was 6 for 6 in extra points.
Timberlane scored its lone touchdown on a 3-yard run by Tyler Furey in the third quarter and showed some flashes of a balanced attack thanks to freshman receiver Brendan Frezza, who caught four passes for 115 yards.
Frezza showed good moves after making the catch and hauled in a beautiful 51-yard bomb down the sidelines from quarterback Jason Hughes that set up Furey’s TD.

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Football, 10/21/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

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

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

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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