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Two goals apiece

 

Jack Determan and Caleb Ginsburg both scored twice as North Andover whipped Chelmsford, 5-1 to improve to 10-1-3.

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Diaz nets 11th

 

Jonathan Diaz scored his 11th goal of the season in the second half as Methuen tied Billerica, 1-1.

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Big Ranger win

Methuen girls soccer and Billerica are both 8-3-4 after the Rangers took down the Indians, 2-0. Courtnee Pickles and Kiera Fitzpatrick scored and Sam Pfeil stopped all four BMHS shots. 

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All tied up

Andover's Tyler Ardito scored in the first three minutes of the game and Central's Sam Majewski scored in the final three minutes of the game. The two clubs played to a 1-1 boys soccer tie.

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Brilliant Bates

Timberlane girls soccer blanked Goffstown, 5-0, in the regular-season finale. Alida Bates scored and had a brilliant all-around game. The Keogh twins each scored twice and Arden Ferrari-Henry had the shutout for the 13-3 Owls. The Owls have their fingers crossed that standout Leah Morrier will be healthy for the playoffs.

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Bishop wins it

Pentucket boys soccer rallied in the second half to beat Amesbury on Senior Day, 2-1. Alex Bishop tallied the game-winner with four minutes remaining. Liam Sullivan also scored.

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Terrio kickoff return sparks Pinkerton to win over BG

NASHUA — Pinkerton's Don Terrio had waited his entire career for the ball to be in his hands, and then the moment arrived, he took full advantage.

"I hadn't touched the ball all season before that kickoff," said Terrio, a senior, with a smile. "I saw an opening, and as soon as I hit that seam I thought to myself, 'You can't get caught, you have to score.' And when I got to the end zone, I was happier than I ever had been."

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Windham can't make up deficit

 

MERRIMACK — Windham had its best offensive performance of the season but couldn't overcome a 27-7 halftime deficit and fell to Merrimack 48-27.

The Jaguars, led by quarterback Sam Dunham (22-85)  AJ Fox (7-58) rushed for 240 yards. Dunham also rushed for a touchdown and passed for two scores,one to Fox for 30 yards and another to Cole Peterson for four yards.

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Reggies rally for 1st win

 

WEST ANDOVER — Trailing 20-7 at halftime, things looked blead for Greater Lawrence Friday night.

But the Reggies dug deep in the second half, on both sides of the ball, to overcome Essex Tech 27-20 for its first victory of the seasion.

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Pentucket surges past Lynnfield

LYNNFIELD — Breakout star quarterback Chase Dwight threw a touchdown, ran for a score and recovered a fumble on defense for another touchdown as Pentucket continue to roll, surging past Lynnfield 27-7 on Friday night.

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O'Connell tallies five TDs, North Andover rolls past Dracut

Quarterback Jack O'Connell delivered another big game, rushing for three touchdowns and throwing two more scores as North Andover rolled past Dracut 42-6 on Friday night."It's always great to win on the road," said Scarlet Knights coach John Dubzinski. "Jack had another great game with his arms and legs."It was the second straight win for North Andover (3-3), while Dracut fell to 0-6.Red-hot O'Connell opened the scoring in the first quarter with a 2-yard touchdown pass to Brendan Regan. He then made it 21-0 at halftime with a 7-yard TD pass to Nick Ankiewicz and an 8-yard touchdown run.O'Connell opened the third quarter with a 12-yard touchdown run, then closed out the scoring with a 15-yard TD scamper. Sandwiched between those two scores was a Zach Wolinski 4-yard touchdown run. "I thought our defense did a great job keeping their offense in check," said Dubzinski. "It was a good win, but we still have plenty we need to get better at."

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Bodrenrader (3 TDs), Pythons crush Campbell

PELHAM — Campbell came into Friday night's tilt with a 5-1 record but the visitors were outclassed by unbeaten Pelham. Kevin Bodenrader had two touchdown runs and a TD catch in a 41-0 whitewash. Jake Travis threw only three times but two went for scores (to Bodenrader and Jake Cawthron). Travis also returned a pick 55 yards for the game's final points midway through the third quarter. Pelham (5-0) is scheduled to host 2-3 Monadnock on Friday (Oct. 22). The Huskies' game this weekend vs. Winnisquam was cancelled.

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Lowell outlasts Lancers

 

LAWRENCE — In a barnburner of a Merrimack Valley Conference game, Lawrence overcame deficit after deficit against Lowell Friday night.

The Lancers (4-2) battled back from early 14-0 and 21-7 deficits and trailed 28-27 when Lowell scored with 3:01 to play only to regain the lead, 33-28, one play later on a 64-yard run by Andy Medina following a swing pass from Jayden Abreu.

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Beal, Andover pull away from Hillies

 
HAVERHILL — Lincoln Beal ran for two touchdowns and caught two more through the air, as Andover High pulled away from Haverhill, 42-21, Friday night at Haverhill Stadium.
The win snapped a three-game losing streak for the Golden Warriors (3-3) and kept their tournament hopes alive heading into next weekend's game against Lowell. Andover Coach EJ Perry told his team after the game he considered this win "Game 1" as they head down the stretch of the regular season.
"This was huge for us. That's why I brought out the seniors (in his post-game speech)," said Perry. "We have just nine seniors on the team and every one of them did their jobs tonight."
Two of those seniors are Tyler Fabbri and Luke Newton, each of whom came up with huge turnovers leading to touchdowns, as Andover pulled away in the fourth quarter.
Andover held a slim 22-21 lead entering the final quarter. But Beal (12 carries, 119 yards, 2 TD) changed that quickly, bolting 54 yards for a touchdown on the first play of the quarter. The Haverhill defense stuff Beal's 2-point rush attempt to stay within a touchdown at 28-21.
Haverhill, which used a ground and pound attack to roll up 266 yards on 56 carries, got into trouble when they strayed from their game plan. On their ensuing possession, the Hillies (0-6) from inside Andover territory and faced a 4th and 3 at the Warrior's 43. On came back up quarterback James Farrell who tried to throw for the critical first down.
But Farrell never saw Fabbri, who stepped in front of the receiver at the 39 and raced, untouched, 61-yards for the "pick-6" and a 35-21 Andover lead.
Things only got worse for Haverhill on its next possession. The Hillies drove from their own 24 to the Andover 5 (all on the ground) and appeared poised to slice the lead in half with just under three minutes. But an errant pitch from quarterback Nolen Skafas put the ball on the turf.  Newton, a defensive lineman, scooped up the ball and started rumbling toward the end zone. Around the Haverhill 40, he handed the ball to teammate Patrick Cote, and the fleet-footed defensive back finished the touchdown return and put the game away.
"We just had too many mental mistakes," said Haverhill Coach Tim O'Connor. "We were undisciplined a couple of times and got out of our offense. A couple of times we thought we'd be able to do certain things but we weren't able to."
Haverhill ran the ball effectively out of their double-wing formation. Wingback Tristin Naylor (19 carries, 84 yards) and fullback Victor Martinez (15 carries, 80 yards) did the majority of their damage between the tackles. The yardage didn't come in huge chunks, but Andover had trouble getting its defense off the field.
Beal gave the Golden Warriors the early lead on a 1-yard touchdown run, capping a 13-play, 76 yard drive. But Haverhill answered with a lengthy drive of its own (15 plays, 75 yards), with Martinez barreling in from seven yards out to tie the game, 7-7, early in the second quarter.
Following an Andover fumble, Haverhill grabbed its only lead on a 3-yard run by Martinez to make it 13-7 (the PAT try was blocked by Beal).
Andover quickly regained the lead on a 52-yard scoring strike from Scotty Brown (7 of 12, 142 yards, 2 TD) to Beal. The pair hooked up again just before the half, this time from 34 yards out, giving Andover a 22-13 lead at intermission.
Haverhill was able to make a game of it, taking the second half kickoff and marching 57 yards in 15 plays, capped by a 3-yard keeper by Skafas for the score. He also rushed for the conversion to make it 22-21.
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Patnaude, Hurley help Owls stay unbeaten

PLAISTOW — Timberlane pounded Division 2 rival Pembroke, 49-13, on Friday night, to improve to 7-0. Dominic Pallaria and Dan Post both scored twice in a balanced effort. Harrison Bloom was 7-for-7 on PAT kicks. Coach Kevin Fitzgerald went to the bench early and everybody seemed to contribute. He was elated that backup running back Austin Patnaude led the squad in rushing and had a 34-yard TD run. Also Sean Hurley shined on defense include a sack. Fitzgerald, the 14th-year Owls head coach, thought it might be 25 years or longer since the Owls were 7-0 to start the season. The Owls are at Kingswood (0-6 heading into Saturday's game) next Friday at 7 p.m.

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