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It's Cavallaro again

 

Rachel Cavallaro placed first overallfor the fifth time this season as North Andover's girls ski team remained unbeaten with a sweep of Haverhill and Masconomet.

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Girls Skiing, 02/01/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

No longer perfect

North Reading found Masconomet a tough place to play on the Chieftains' senior night, suffering the Hornets first loss of the year, 74-61. Justin Dorosh led the 13-1 Hornets with 16 points.

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Boys Basketball, 01/29/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Photo Finish

North Andover's Rachel Cavallaro beat Andover's Olivia Lawler by an eyelash (22.91-22.92) and led the unbeaten Knights to an easy win over Masconomet. The Knights' Hannah Twadelle took fourth overall and Emma Callamaro sixth.

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Girls Skiing, 01/20/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Lezon leads North Reading

Jess Lezon grabbed 17 boards and swatted away 9 shots to go along with 12 points in North Reading's opening day win over Masconomet. The win was rather historic for first-year coach Bob Melillo who said it was the "first time in 8-10 years" that a North Reading girls squad has taken down Masconomet. 

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Girls Basketball, 12/15/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Methuen girls eliminated

The Methuen girls soccer team's dream season came to an end after No. 2 seed Masconomet won 1-0 in the Division 1 North quarterfinal, scoring 10 minutes into the second half before holding on for the win. Megan Langlois made 16 saves in the loss, and the Rangers finish 13-6-3.

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Girls Soccer, 11/08/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Samuelman, Knights steamroll Masco


 
NORTH ANDOVER — Once the MIAA massaged the matchups in the non-playoff side of things for this week in high school football, North Andover football coach John Dubzinski had no buttons to push.
 
His Knights drew Masconomet Regional, as in 40-year Thanksgiving rival Masco. As in longtime Cape Ann League nemesis Masconomet.
 
Yeah, North Andover would be up for this one.
 
"They're still a rival, it's a huge one," said Knights' senior Joe Samuelman, the bell-cow in North Andover's 313-yard rushing attack Friday night, leading his team over Masco, 20-8, before about 600 fans at Walsh Field.
 
"To get the win over our (former) Thanksgiving rival, even thought it's not on Thanksgiving, still means an awful lot. It was very emotional. It means a lot to walk out of here on Friday night at Walsh Stadium for the last time with a victory."
 
Samuelman set the tone for the Knights' night quickly. bursting off right tackle for 89 yards and the opening score. The former fourth-stringer would go on to carry 22 times in all for 192 yards and all 20 of the North Andover points (3 TDs, 1 2-point rush) in the win.
With next week's game tentatively slated at Lincoln-Sudbury and Thanksgiving morning's tussle with Andover, Samuelman now has a shot at a 1,000-yard season, having piled up 838 yards on 104 carries so far.
 
Still, Masco came to play, and when the Chieftains punched in with Declan Judge's two-yard dive and a conversion pass to Jason Slattery, these teams went to the half at 14-8.
 
Work had to be done in the Knights' locker-room. Masco bull Scott Foden had dominated the first half with 105 yards on 14 carries.
 
"We changed our reads, pulled the safeties up and got more guys in the box to defeat their run," said Samuelman, an assassin at linebacker all night long.
 
Foden just couldn't get it going with all that attention and managed just 12 yards on six carries after the break.
 
"Our defense did a great job," said Dubzinski. "Both teams came to play, and it was just a classic, physical high school game. Honestly, it's what I expected.
 
"I'm a product of high school football in Massachusetts. Having played in the Fitchburg-Leominster game, I know how big these rivalries are. You kick it up an extra notch. The rivalry kind of takes on a life of its own."
 
With the win, North Andover moves to 5-4, while Masco falls to 2-7.
 
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Football, 11/06/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Dykman, Central advance

Ashley Dykman scored team-highs in kills (15), aces (5) and digs (12) as No. 10 Central Catholic outlasted No. 7 Masconomet 25-23, 25-21, 23-25, 23-25, 15-11 in the Division 1 North first round. The Raiders travel to No. 2 Peabody on Saturday at 3 p.m.

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Girls Volleyball, 11/05/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Boyle aces it

 

Jillian Boyle had eight aces among her whopping 27 service points as North Andover's volleyball team outlasted Masconomet 3-2 on Senior Night. Catherine Flaherty had 13 kills and six blocks for the Knights.

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Girls Volleyball, 10/26/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sousa's strong race

Georgetown's Grace Sousa may be only a seventh grader, but she's one of the top runners in the Cape Ann League, proving as much on Wednesday when she finished second out of 90 runners against Masconomet and Lynnfield. Sousa finished in 20:25, and Jackie Simmons (seventh, 21:24) and Shea McFadden (ninth, 21:47) both enjoyed strong performances as well.

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Girls Cross Country, 10/21/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

First win

Georgetown boys cross country picked up its first win of the season by beating Lynnfield 27-30. Robbie Blythe got his first varsity win, running the 3 mile course in 17:50, and Charlie Mullen came in shortly behind in 18:42.

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Boys Cross Country, 10/21/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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