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No. 200 for Langlois

It was a memorable night for Pentucket boys soccer and 20-year head coach Christian Langlois, whose squad took down Danvers, 3-2, to give the beloved coach his 200th carrer win. The highlight in this one was a goal scored by Joe MacDonald off a free kick from 40 yards out that beautiful sailed over the goalie's head and under the crossbar.

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Boys Soccer, 10/08/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Kershaw heroics lift Sachems

Kevin Kershaw had the game of his life, scoring seven goals, which included the overtime game-winner, as Pentucket squeaked past Danvers, 11-10. Jack Queenan made eight saves, none bigger than when he stopped what would have been the game-winner for Danvers with 25 seconds left in regulation.

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Boys Lacrosse, 04/06/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

OT thriller

Caitlin Panos opened overtime with a 3-pointer, and North Andover was in control from there on the way to a 45-40 OT victory over Danvers. Julia Daigle and Norah Connors led a stellar Scarlet Knights defense and Hannah Whipple stood out for the winners.

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Girls Basketball, 02/07/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Big win for Valentino

 

North Andover standout 126-pounder Joey Valentino hasn't had many tests this year but he got one Saturday and he passed it. In a 48-18 win over Danvers, he wrestled Max Leete, who was third in New England at 113 pounds last year and bumped up a weight to take on Valentino. But Valentino controlled the match and won 3-1 and now stands at 29-0 on the year.

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Wrestling, 01/19/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Knight thriller

Down 2-0, North Andover rallied for an improbable 18-25, 22-25, 27-25, 25-17, 15-11 win over Danvers. Lauren Ahlholm had 14 kills, Sarah Farnum 23 assists and Laura Farnum 17 digs.

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Girls Volleyball, 10/26/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Danvers blanks Haverhill

HAVERHILL — The first game of their own tournament pretty much summed up the Hillies season.

Despite another outing of good pitching and solid defense Haverhill was unable to come up with key hits when needed, dropping a 3-0 decision to Danvers in Thursday's opening round of the Second Annual Hillie Classic at Trinity Stadium.

The loss was the fourth in the past five games and the season's fifth shutout suffered by the Hillies (7-10). They have scored two runs or fewer in nine of the losses. Against Danvers (14-4), they stranded runners in scoring position in each of the first four innings.

"That has been (the case)," Haverhill coach Paul Sartori said referring to the lack of clutch hitting. "I think you have to keep this all in perspective. They're young kids who are working their backsides off as best they possibly can. We've run into some good pitching and run into some good teams."

On Thursday, the Hillies ran into a pitcher who kept the ball on the ground while needing only 70 pitches for the game. Teddy Vaillancourt didn't register a walk or a strikeout while allowing four hits. Of the 21 outs, 18 came via the ground ball. Shortstop Anthony Olszak cleanly handled all 10 of the balls hit his way. Vaillancourt retired each of the final 11 batters he faced.

"No, that isn't what I expected (of Vaillancourt)," Danvers coach Roger Day said. "Last game he pitched, he was up and got hit pretty hard. But right off the bat, he was keeping the ball down and we got a ton of ground balls. We got some good rhythm going."

Haverhill had runners on second base in the first (Andres Castillo), second (Joe Santoro), third (Michael Roy) and fourth (Zac Durso) and no more than one out each time. But none of the Hillies advanced further.

Zac Durso took the loss, allowing six hits, walking four and striking out one while going the distance. The Hillies also received solid defensive plays from right fielder Dallas Vaughan, who made a diving catch that stranded a runner on third in the fourth, and a diving stop by second baseman Nick Skafas that ended the fifth. 

Nick Raimo drove in all three runs for Danvers on a third-inning sacrifice fly and a two-run double in the fifth.

"The positive thing is the kids aren't giving up," Sartori said. "You see how well they're playing defensively. They're working hard out there and making the plays."

In Thursday's first game played in the Pena Division Austin Prep defeated Tewksbury 12-3 and will face Danvers for the title at 3 p.m. Saturday. 

"We have Tewksbury on Saturday (10 a.m.), and we'll be ready to play," said Sartori, who's squad has four games remaining. We need to win one to get back on track."

In today's Karelis Division action at Trinity Stadium, Lawrence plays North Andover at 4 p.m. followed by Methuen vs. Nashoba Regional in the 7 p.m. nightcap.
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Baseball, 05/24/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Pentucket rolls in opener

The Pentucket boys lacrosse team rallied in the second half to down Danvers 12-5 in Thursday's season opener. Matt Keeves led the way with four goals, and Connor Melone, Eddie Beard and Adam Greenbaum each had two goals each.

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Boys Lacrosse, 04/05/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Central Catholic 1, Danvers 0, Greater Lawrence 0, North Andover 0, Whittier 0

 

DANVERS — The late season momentum continued for Central Catholic Saturday as the Raiders captured the Division 2 North title in convincing fashion.

Led by champions Mike Glynn (106) and Joey Sanchez (145), the Raiders piled up 213 1/2 points to easily outdistance runner-up Burlington (156.5). North Andover was three points back in third place.

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Wrestling, 02/10/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Kitchings shines

 

Haverhill's Jayla Kitchings had a huge day at the MSTCA Last Chance Meet, finishing first in the 55 hurdles, breaking her own school record and also jumping 17-2 for fifth  in the long jump to break Phong Nguyen’s 1996 school record of 16-10.

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Girls Basketball, 02/04/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Triton hockey falls in opener

Despite holding leads of 1-0 and 3-2, the Triton hockey team fell to defending Northeast Conference champion Danvers 4-3 on Wednesday night. Sam Rennick, Derek Maida and T.J. Regan each scored for the Vikings, and Justin Szymanski made 22 saves.

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Boys Ice Hockey, 12/13/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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