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Astros erupt

 

Trailing 1-0 at the half, Pinkerton's girls scored six times in the second half to clip Keene, 6-1. Mattie Sullivan had a hat trick and Macy Graves scored twice for the Astros.

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Win for PMA

 

With time running out for Presentation of Mary, which will close after this school year, the Panthers registered a big 3-1 win over Chelsea in volleyball. Sara D’Agostino had six kills and 5 blocks and Arlette Cabral had seven aces among her 20 service points for PMA. It will play its last home game ever Thursday.

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Playoff-type win

 

Haverhill's girls won a huge 2-1 win over Tewksbury to near playoff status. Elena Albano and Meghan McAuliffe scored for the Hillies (7-7-1)

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Pair for Robarts

 

Aidan Robarts scored twice, giving him seven goals on the year and Tanner Van Cor notched his eighth goal as Haverhill (8-6-1) moved closer to a playoff berth with a 4-0 shutout of Methuen.

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Andover sinks A-B

 

Acton-Boxboro usually gives the Andover swim team a good test, but not this year as the Golden Warriors won all but one event in a 103-81 victory. Freshman Michaela Chokureva won the 50 freestyle and 100 butterfly and was on two winning relays to lead the way for the unbeaten Warriors (11-0).

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Schwartz nets 5!

 

Catherine Schwartz scored five goals to power the Whittier Tech girls past Notre Dame, 6-4.

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Calderwood scores!

 

Four-year defender Ethan Calderwood scored his first career goal as Whittier Tech ripped PMA 9-0. David Wilson scored twice for the Wildcats (7-7-1).

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The shutout returns

 

After giving up goals in its last two games following 13 straight shutouts, North Andover returned to form with a 4-0 boys soccer blanking of Central Catholic. Jack Detterman scored twice for the Knights (14-1-1) and Tyler Bussell made four saves in goal.

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Robbins, Lavallee win titles

The Merrimack Valley Conference did itself proud in sectional golf competition Monday with a pair of individual champions.

For the second year in a row, Central Catholic's Josh Lavallee was the medalist in the Division 1 tournament while, in Division 2, North Andover sophomore James Robbins won the championship.

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Golf, 10/21/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Salem rolls past defending D1champ, No. 3-ranked Bedford

HAVERHILL - With the opportunity to make a major statement, Salem sent a message, loud and clear, across New Hampshire football.

The Blue Devils halted a fourth-and-goal from the 1-yard line on the game's opening drive, then scored on three of their first four possessions on the way to rolling past defending Division 1 champ Bedford, 34-3, on Saturday in a battle of state powers at Haverhill's Trinity Stadium.

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Brown delivers big day as Andover takes down Haverhill

ANDOVER - If it was going to pull off the upset Saturday afternoon, Haverhill certainly couldn't have scripted a better start.

After receiving the opening kickoff against Andover, Hillies quarterback Brady Skafas lined up under center and handed the ball off to junior back Jabari Baptiste eight times in a row. The 5-foot-10, 205-pound workhorse bowled up the middle each time, and kick-started an eventual 16-play drive where he carried the rock 11 times for 45 yards.

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Brooks blanked by strong Middlesex team

NORTH ANDOVER — It was a tough day for the Brooks football team.

Visiting Middlesex School held the hosts to just 98 total yards of offense, and cruised to an eventual 26-0 blowout win. Brooks falls to 1-4 with the setback.

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Astros' boys prevail

 

Pinkerton's boys cross country team put it all together to take top honors at the Catholic Memorial Invitational.

The Astros placed first with just 39 points, comfortably ahead of runner-up Lexington. Central Catholic placed fourth and Methuen was fifth.

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Somonds places 1st

 

BOSTON — Finleigh Simonds just keeps getting better.

The Haverhill freshman had her best race yet Saturday wo place first at the Catholic Memorial Invitational at Franklin Park, crossing the line at 19:38, six seconds ahead of runnerup Sophia Arruda of Bishop Feehan on the 5K course.

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Central defense stifles Methuen

LAWRENCE — The Central Catholic defense came to play Saturday, and Kevin Higgins was a big part of it.

Kevin Higgins? If you're not familiar with the senior from Newton, N.H., don't feel bad. He didn't even start until two weeks into the season but, since being inserted as an outside linebacker, he's been stellar.

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