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Marvelous Mastersons

North Andover placed second to St. John's Prep at the Interscholastic ski meet. The Knights were led by Connor and Cole Masterson in fifth and 11th, respectively. Andover's Jason Denoncourt placed fourth.

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Knights flex their muscles

North Andover took top honors, Andover grabbed second and surprising Georgetown third at the seven-team Interscholastic Ski Championship. The Royals are a first-year squad who will be admitted to the North Shore League officially next winter. Super soph Rachel Cavallaro from North Andover was the overall winner while Andover's Cailey Denoncourt grabbed fourth.

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Long time coming

Greater Lawrence Tech freshman Ariana Cruz had a best of 30-8 to place eighth in the shot put by a half inch at the Division 3 State Meet. The top eight advance to All-States. Reggies coach Jay Santomassino said Cruz is the first Reggie girl in over 20 years to make All-States.

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Long time coming

Greater Lawrence Tech freshman Ariana Cruz had a best of 30-8 to place eighth in the shot put by a half inch at the Division 3 State Meet. The top eight advance to All-States. Reggies coach Jay Santomassino said Cruz is the first Reggie girl in over 20 years to make All-States.

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Big day for Curtis

At the Division 2 States, Windham's Brett Curtis placed third in the slalom and ninth in the giant slalom and teammate Matt Kuczynski grabbed 11th in the GS.

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Royals qualify

 

Georgetown's girls basketball team qualified for the Division 3 tournament with a 52-34 victory over Ipswich. Rory Donoghue led the way with 14 points and 12 rebounds.

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Big 3

Seniors Mike Battaini (17), Marcus Downer (17) and Eddie Cardona (10) combined for 44 points and Haverhill dropped Billerica 60-52.

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Pentucket qualifies for tournament

After a three game losing streak put Pentucket on the brink, the Sachems stormed back and won their last two games to qualify for the state tournament. Connor O'Neil made five 3-pointers on his way to 19 points, and Nate McGrail matched that in the team's 62-55 win over archrival Triton.

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Big night for Coleman

Jake Coleman scored 29 points and Matt Corey added 17 as Londonderry blew past Manchester Central 78-62.

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Lynnfield 59, North Reading 51

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Lancers down Astros

LONDONDERRY – In a clash of two New Hampshire girl powerhouses Saturday afternoon, Londonderry defeated rival Pinkerton 39-28 to improve to 11-2 on the season, while the Astros fell to 10-2 with their second straight loss.
Jackie Luckhardt led the way for Londonderry with 14 points and 8 rebounds. Kate Balcom added 7 points to go along with 13 rebounds, and was a spark plug on both ends of the floor.
 “We worked really hard,” said Londonderry head coach Nick Theos. “I don’t know if it’s as noticeable to everyone else as it is to me. There are not many plays that Kate (Balcom) takes off or that Jackie takes off or anyone does.
“They all worked pretty hard, especially defensively. We’re not a perfect team by any stretch, but I know defensively I’m going to get maximum effort each game.”
The defending state champion Lancers used a full-court-press to disrupt Pinkerton. Even when the Astros managed to get the ball past half-court, they were often met with a Lancer storming in from behind to get the steal or force an errant pass.
“We want to give the impression that we’re pressing without getting ourselves in trouble and giving up layups,” said Theos. “You can do that when you have kids like Kate and Jackie. It becomes very difficult when you don’t have the athletes. But we do, and they’re able to make up a lot of ground that other kids can’t. But that’s a good team we beat today. They had a rough shooting-night.”
Pinkerton shot 10-40 (25%) from the field en route to a season-low 28 points. Londonderry only managed to go 12-44 (27%), but made up for it on the free-throw line, where it was 15 of 22 to Pinkerton’s 4 of 14.
The Lancers took a 15-10 lead into halftime, and were able to push it to 24-14 heading into the fourth quarter.
The two teams had traded buckets in the fourth when Luckhardt banked home a jumper from the free-throw line to make it 30-16. Pinkerton fought back when Marissa Stacy hit a three, followed by a bucket from Amanda Lemire to pull the Astros to within nine at 34-25.
Luckhardt drew a foul on Londonderry’s ensuing possession, and knocked down the two foul shots to put the Lancers up by double figures with under two to play.
Ashley Evans scored 6 points and grabbed 7 boards for Londonderry. In her first matchup against her school’s heated rival, the freshman center looked unfazed.
“Ashley was physically and aggressively engaged the entire game, which was awesome,” said Theos. “That’s not easy for a freshman to do in this type of matchup.”
Stacy led Pinkerton with 11 points, while Lemire added 6. Courtney Velho scored all of her seven points in the second half.

Londonderry 39, Pinkerton 28
Pinkerton (28): Stacy 4-0-11, Velho 2-3-7, Lemire 2-1-6, McLeman 2-0-4, Kane 0-0-0, Overko 0-0-0, Frost 0-0-0, Bousquet 0-0-0, Lolicata 0-0-0, Brouillet 0-0-0, D’Onoforio 0-0-0. Totals 10-4-28
Londonderry (42): Luckhardt 4-6-14, Balcom 2-3-7, Evans 2-2-6, McGurn 2-0-4, Coffey 1-2-4, Wells 1-2-4, Sonia 0-0-0, Dumaresq 0-0-0, Greeley 0-0-0. Totals 12-15-39
3-pointers: P — Stacy 3, Lemire 1; L — None
Pinkerton (12-2, 10-2):     4 6 4 14 — 28
Londonderry (13-2, 11-2):     9 6 9 18 — 39

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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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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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VIDEO: Haverhill runner Mike McNaughton

Haverhill's Mike McNaughton talks about his career as a runner.
 
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VIDEO: Andover lax star Jaymi Cohen

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