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Diaz, Greater Lawrence win Voke Large Bowl title

WEST ANDOVER — Less than two weeks after a state semifinal defeat, and one week after an equally disappointing Thanksgiving Day loss, Greater Lawrence closed out its season Thursday night with a bowl game victory.
 
Returning to the helm after missing a game with a concussion, quarterback Shamil Diaz threw a touchdown pass on the Reggies’ first play from scrimmage and accounted for a couple more scores as Greater Lawrence beat Assabet Valley 36-26 in the State Vocational Large School Bowl. It was the Reggies’ second consecutive Vocational Bowl title.
 
“This means everything, winning back-to-back championships,” said Diaz, who threw for two scores and ran for a game-high 175 yards and another touchdown. “We’ve worked our butts off for the whole season until this point, and it’s paid off.”
 
After forcing a three-and-out on the game’s opening possession, Diaz returned a punt 34 yards to the Aztecs’ 34. With Assabet filling the box with 10 defenders, Diaz immediately went deep, hitting Chris Tineo down field for the quick lead.
 
“We knew we were coming out throwing,” Diaz said. “Usually, in most games, the other team thinks we’ll come out running right off the bat. So we came out passing on the first play and it worked.”
Assabet (9-4) quickly rallied through the air to take a 12-7 lead on a pair of Connor Shurling-to-Jacob Nelson scoring passes. But that would be the extent of the Aztecs offense until its final two possessions in the contest.
Facing a fourth-and-9 late in the second quarter, Diaz hit Franklyn Espinal for a 19-yard score and a 15-12 Reggies lead with 4:45 left until halftime. 
Espinal, who ran for 142 yards while subbing for the injured Diaz against Whittier on Thanksgiving, only had four carries against Assabet, but made them count with three first downs and 68 yards.
“It was amazing knowing we had a complete team,” Espinal said. “We know we’re going to dominate every game when we have Shamil, no matter if it’s a win or a loss. This win means everything.”
Espinal later set up Greater Lawrence at midfield, returning the second-half kickoff 31 yards, and seven plays later the Reggies grabbed a 22-12 lead on a 1-yard Maleek Dejesus run. After halting an Assabet drive at the Aztecs 43, a 50-yard Espinal gallop to the 1 led to a Diaz touchdown and a 16-point lead with 30 seconds left in the third.
“Last week, missing that game against Whittier was awful standing on the sideline not being able to help the team,” Diaz said.
In the fourth, a 29-yard Diaz run on fourth-and-5 extended a drive that Dejesus capped with a 5-yard run and a 36-12 lead with 6:50 remaining.
“Diaz, Espinal and Maleek Dejesus, the three seniors, they really turned it on,” said Reggie coach Tony Sarkis, whose squad finished with 285 yards rushing. “And the line just opened up holes doing what they needed to do. But throwing the ball early really threw them off a little. This is great for the seniors. They’ve worked hard all year, and we’re going to miss those guys.”
While Greater Lawrence was scoring 29 unanswered points, the Reggie defense stymied Assabet. After the early passing touchdowns, Shurling misfired on 11 of his next 13 passes which included an interception by senior Adrian Javier with 4:30 left. The Aztecs compiled 121 of their 287 total yards after falling behind by 24 points.
“The defense really stepped up,” Sarkis said. “Coach Chris Fusco put a good game plan in place and the kids executed it almost perfectly. They came out physical to play (Assabet). That was real good Reggie football there.”
The strong season finish should provide the Reggies motivation for the future.
 “We have five seniors who were starters for us and 16 on the roster, and we’re going to miss those guys” said Sarkis. “But I think the underclassmen will be huge if they stick together and work hard in the off season.
“The (back-to-back 13-game seasons) teaches them that you have to be rugged coming through the season. It’s not how we start, it’s how we finish. And that’s huge for these guys who have seen it for two years in a row.”
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Diaz, Greater Lawrence win Voke Large Bowl title

WEST ANDOVER — Less than two weeks after a state semifinal defeat, and one week after an equally disappointing Thanksgiving Day loss, Greater Lawrence closed out its season Thursday night with a bowl game victory.
 
Returning to the helm after missing a game with a concussion, quarterback Shamil Diaz threw a touchdown pass on the Reggies’ first play from scrimmage and accounted for a couple more scores as Greater Lawrence beat Assabet Valley 36-26 in the State Vocational Large School Bowl. It was the Reggies’ second consecutive Vocational Bowl title.
 
“This means everything, winning back-to-back championships,” said Diaz, who threw for two scores and ran for a game-high 175 yards and another touchdown. “We’ve worked our butts off for the whole season until this point, and it’s paid off.”
 
After forcing a three-and-out on the game’s opening possession, Diaz returned a punt 34 yards to the Aztecs’ 34. With Assabet filling the box with 10 defenders, Diaz immediately went deep, hitting Chris Tineo down field for the quick lead.
 
“We knew we were coming out throwing,” Diaz said. “Usually, in most games, the other team thinks we’ll come out running right off the bat. So we came out passing on the first play and it worked.”
Assabet (9-4) quickly rallied through the air to take a 12-7 lead on a pair of Connor Shurling-to-Jacob Nelson scoring passes. But that would be the extent of the Aztecs offense until its final two possessions in the contest.
Facing a fourth-and-9 late in the second quarter, Diaz hit Franklyn Espinal for a 19-yard score and a 15-12 Reggies lead with 4:45 left until halftime. 
Espinal, who ran for 142 yards while subbing for the injured Diaz against Whittier on Thanksgiving, only had four carries against Assabet, but made them count with three first downs and 68 yards.
“It was amazing knowing we had a complete team,” Espinal said. “We know we’re going to dominate every game when we have Shamil, no matter if it’s a win or a loss. This win means everything.”
Espinal later set up Greater Lawrence at midfield, returning the second-half kickoff 31 yards, and seven plays later the Reggies grabbed a 22-12 lead on a 1-yard Maleek Dejesus run. After halting an Assabet drive at the Aztecs 43, a 50-yard Espinal gallop to the 1 led to a Diaz touchdown and a 16-point lead with 30 seconds left in the third.
“Last week, missing that game against Whittier was awful standing on the sideline not being able to help the team,” Diaz said.
In the fourth, a 29-yard Diaz run on fourth-and-5 extended a drive that Dejesus capped with a 5-yard run and a 36-12 lead with 6:50 remaining.
“Diaz, Espinal and Maleek Dejesus, the three seniors, they really turned it on,” said Reggie coach Tony Sarkis, whose squad finished with 285 yards rushing. “And the line just opened up holes doing what they needed to do. But throwing the ball early really threw them off a little. This is great for the seniors. They’ve worked hard all year, and we’re going to miss those guys.”
While Greater Lawrence was scoring 29 unanswered points, the Reggie defense stymied Assabet. After the early passing touchdowns, Shurling misfired on 11 of his next 13 passes which included an interception by senior Adrian Javier with 4:30 left. The Aztecs compiled 121 of their 287 total yards after falling behind by 24 points.
“The defense really stepped up,” Sarkis said. “Coach Chris Fusco put a good game plan in place and the kids executed it almost perfectly. They came out physical to play (Assabet). That was real good Reggie football there.”
The strong season finish should provide the Reggies motivation for the future.
 “We have five seniors who were starters for us and 16 on the roster, and we’re going to miss those guys” said Sarkis. “But I think the underclassmen will be huge if they stick together and work hard in the off season.
“The (back-to-back 13-game seasons) teaches them that you have to be rugged coming through the season. It’s not how we start, it’s how we finish. And that’s huge for these guys who have seen it for two years in a row.”
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Londonderry whips Astros in quarterfinals

LONDONDERRY — The game couldn’t have started any better for Pinkerton.

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Londonderry whips Astros in quarterfinals

LONDONDERRY — The game couldn’t have started any better for Pinkerton.

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Sachems roll past Triton for 9th win

BYFIELD — Pentucket simply would not relent, downing Triton 34-7 win in a game which was closer than the final margin might indicate.
“They’ve played teams tough, we knew we’d be in for a battle,” said Sachems’ co-coach Dan Leary, whose club finishes a fine campaign at 9-2. “Give Triton a ton of credit. Those were four tough quarters to play.”
Triton (2-9), starting four freshmen, kept it close early. The Vikings trailed just 13-7 at the half. Part was the Pentucket penchant for earning penalty flags, 10 in the first half alone for 110 yards.
The first of two Peter Cleary touchdown passes, this one to Keegan O’Keefe, was answered by an Ethan Tremblay 11-yard touchdown run for Triton, as it was just a 7-7 game deep into the second quarter.
Pentucket took the lead for good when Cleary hooked up with Jake Etter, and he weaved through the secondary for a 50-yard TD, sending it to intermission at 13-7.
After the break, the wind picked up and so did the Sachems’ ground game.
“Once we got our discipline back, with some of the penalties, and we got back to running the football, we were OK,” said Leary. “The guys played hard. They battled.”
Held to 22 rushing yards in the first half, Pentucket finished with 239 on the ground for the day, paced by Melone who ran five times for 94 yards before the injury.
Senior Andrew Joyce (7 carries, 58 yards) had a third-quarter TD run, and classmate Ryan Kiley (4 carries, 33 yards) ran for a pair of TDs.
In his final game behind center, Cleary hit 10 of 17 passes for 228 yards with the two scores. Etter was basically uncoverable with seven grabs for 169 yards. He added a sweet punt return and an interception on defense.

Melone taken off by ambulance
Pentucket junior running back Andrew Melone suffered what appeared to be a serious injury midway through the third quarter on a hit along the sidelines. 
Melone was tended to by the trainers then EMTs as he was taken by ambulance on a back board to the hospital.
“We don’t know exactly what happened. Our thoughts and prayers are with Andrew right now. We’ll be talking to his parents as soon as we are out of here,” said co-head coach Dan Leary. 
“They were being really cautious with everything they did. We’re just going to wait to hear from them. Hopefully everything is OK.”


Pentucket 34, Triton 7
Pentucket (9-2): 7 6 7 14 — 34
Triton (2-9): 0 7 0  0 —  7
First Quarter
 Pent — Keegan O’Keefe 7 pass from Peter Cleary (Aidan Tierney kick), 4:38
Second Quarter
 Triton — Ethan Tremblay 11 run (Eliot Lent kick), 9:17
 Pent — Jake Etter 50 pass from Cleary (kick failed), 3:28
Third Quarter
 Pent — Andrew Joyce 2 run (Tierney kick), 3:14
Fourth Quarter
 Pent — Ryan Kiley 5 run (Tierney kick), 8:47
 Pent — Kiley 20 run (Tierney kick), 2:45

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING: Pentucket (21-239) — Andrew Melone 5-94, Andrew Joyce 7-58, Keegan O’Keefe 4-56, Ryan Kiley 3-33, Jake Etter 1-10, Peter Cleary 1-(-12); Triton (29-80) — Ethan Tremblay 25-96, Chris Colby 1-1, Max Ciaramitaro 3-(-17)
PASSING: Pentucket — Peter Cleary 10-17-1, 228; Triton — Max Ciaramitaro 11-19-1, 96; Chris Colby 1-1, 7
RECEIVING: Pentucket — Jake Etter 7-169, Keegan O’Keefe 3-59; Triton — Alden Lentz 3-42, Chris Colby 4-28, Ethan Tremblay 2-23, Jared Leonard 2-7, Charles Takesian 1-3
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Sachems roll past Triton for 9th win

BYFIELD — Pentucket simply would not relent, downing Triton 34-7 win in a game which was closer than the final margin might indicate.
“They’ve played teams tough, we knew we’d be in for a battle,” said Sachems’ co-coach Dan Leary, whose club finishes a fine campaign at 9-2. “Give Triton a ton of credit. Those were four tough quarters to play.”
Triton (2-9), starting four freshmen, kept it close early. The Vikings trailed just 13-7 at the half. Part was the Pentucket penchant for earning penalty flags, 10 in the first half alone for 110 yards.
The first of two Peter Cleary touchdown passes, this one to Keegan O’Keefe, was answered by an Ethan Tremblay 11-yard touchdown run for Triton, as it was just a 7-7 game deep into the second quarter.
Pentucket took the lead for good when Cleary hooked up with Jake Etter, and he weaved through the secondary for a 50-yard TD, sending it to intermission at 13-7.
After the break, the wind picked up and so did the Sachems’ ground game.
“Once we got our discipline back, with some of the penalties, and we got back to running the football, we were OK,” said Leary. “The guys played hard. They battled.”
Held to 22 rushing yards in the first half, Pentucket finished with 239 on the ground for the day, paced by Melone who ran five times for 94 yards before the injury.
Senior Andrew Joyce (7 carries, 58 yards) had a third-quarter TD run, and classmate Ryan Kiley (4 carries, 33 yards) ran for a pair of TDs.
In his final game behind center, Cleary hit 10 of 17 passes for 228 yards with the two scores. Etter was basically uncoverable with seven grabs for 169 yards. He added a sweet punt return and an interception on defense.

Melone taken off by ambulance
Pentucket junior running back Andrew Melone suffered what appeared to be a serious injury midway through the third quarter on a hit along the sidelines. 
Melone was tended to by the trainers then EMTs as he was taken by ambulance on a back board to the hospital.
“We don’t know exactly what happened. Our thoughts and prayers are with Andrew right now. We’ll be talking to his parents as soon as we are out of here,” said co-head coach Dan Leary. 
“They were being really cautious with everything they did. We’re just going to wait to hear from them. Hopefully everything is OK.”


Pentucket 34, Triton 7
Pentucket (9-2): 7 6 7 14 — 34
Triton (2-9): 0 7 0  0 —  7
First Quarter
 Pent — Keegan O’Keefe 7 pass from Peter Cleary (Aidan Tierney kick), 4:38
Second Quarter
 Triton — Ethan Tremblay 11 run (Eliot Lent kick), 9:17
 Pent — Jake Etter 50 pass from Cleary (kick failed), 3:28
Third Quarter
 Pent — Andrew Joyce 2 run (Tierney kick), 3:14
Fourth Quarter
 Pent — Ryan Kiley 5 run (Tierney kick), 8:47
 Pent — Kiley 20 run (Tierney kick), 2:45

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING: Pentucket (21-239) — Andrew Melone 5-94, Andrew Joyce 7-58, Keegan O’Keefe 4-56, Ryan Kiley 3-33, Jake Etter 1-10, Peter Cleary 1-(-12); Triton (29-80) — Ethan Tremblay 25-96, Chris Colby 1-1, Max Ciaramitaro 3-(-17)
PASSING: Pentucket — Peter Cleary 10-17-1, 228; Triton — Max Ciaramitaro 11-19-1, 96; Chris Colby 1-1, 7
RECEIVING: Pentucket — Jake Etter 7-169, Keegan O’Keefe 3-59; Triton — Alden Lentz 3-42, Chris Colby 4-28, Ethan Tremblay 2-23, Jared Leonard 2-7, Charles Takesian 1-3
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Haverhill, Lowell

 

HAVERHILL — For senior quarterback Brady Skafas and the Haverhill High football team, it was a case of all's well that ends well.

Actually, it was more like all's great that ends great.

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Andover rides dominant rushing game to convincing Thanksgiving day win

NORTH ANDOVER — Having suffered two straight Thanksgiving Day defeats, Andover entered Thursday with a clear objective.
 
“This game meant everything,” said quad-captain Kelvin Davila. “We were embarrassed last year. I had never won on Thanksgiving In my last high school game. So to win it like this feels so amazing.”
 
Andover rode a dominant rushing attack to touchdowns on its first six possessions of the game, and rolled to a decisive 41-8 Turkey Day victory over North Andover at Walsh Stadium.
 
The Golden Warriors (8-4) not only snapped a two-game holiday losing streak, but took a 3-2 advantage over North Andover (6-5) in the young Thanksgiving rivalry.
 
“We wanted this one bad,” said quad-captain Michael Slayton. “We haven’t had much luck against North Andover recently. We look forward to this game all year. This is what we prepared for, and since we lost in the North semifinals, this is the game we were focused on. We knew we could come here and dominate.”
 
Facing driving rain, heavy winds and cool conditions, Andover kept the ball on the ground, with terrific results. The Warriors piled up 303 rushing yards, just off their season-high, led by a career-best 131 yards by freshman QB Scott Brown and three TDs for Josh “Bibi” Ramos.
 
“We ran a lot of outside zone reads and used a lot of motion,” said Brown, who scored two touchdowns. “They were biting on Bibi, so I was able to keep it up the middle and pick up yards. There were no nerves. I was ready.”
 
Andover wasted no time flexing its muscle.
 
North Andover fumbled on the game’s first play, which was recovered by Aneudy Moreno. Four plays later, Ramos plowed in for a 5-yard touchdown.
The Golden Warriors then forced a punt — which was blocked by linebacker Shamus Florio — and five plays into that drive Ramos sprinted in for a 16-yard score. 
After another 3-and-out, and other Ramos TD run, the Golden Warriors erased any thought of a comeback thanks to a pair of turnovers.
First, freshman Lincoln Beal intercepted a pass, setting up a Brown 17-yard TD. Then, on the following kickoff, kicker Florio punched the ball out of the return man’s hands, and the fumble was recovered by Victor Harrington. Brown then added another TD.
“This game was amazing,” said Ramos. “We knew what we could do. We don’t underestimate anyone, but we felt like we could dominate. The fact that Scotty can run so well really opens it up. So defenses don’t know what to expect.”
North Andover avoided the shutout when, just before halftime, QB Will Schimoeller found Matt Chicko for a 44-yard touchdown pass. But Andover responded with a Beal 41-yard TD run to start the second half.
While the Andover offense was rolling, the defense also excelled, allowing just 153 yards of total offense, and only 29 after halftime.
“We knew the defense would make big stops,” said Davila. “We sent a lot of blitzes, and that confused them. They had some fumbles, and that was key.”
Florio (12 tackles), Slayton (8 tackles) and Moreno (7 tackles) led the defense. Jonathan Davila added his team-high fourth interception of the fall, and Seth Jablonski delivered the hit of the game, absolutely demolishing a receiver over the middle to force an complete pass.
“We knew we were a better team than we were the last few years,” said Slayton. “Our effort on defense was outstanding. We have a talented defense, and so much heart.”
The win completes quite a turnaround for Andover, which won 6 of its last 7.
“I feel like it started in the first Methuen game (a 28-0 win) and we just kept getting better from there,” said coach E.J. Perry. “We even had a great battle with St. John’s in the playoff loss. Then, to come back and beat Everett, and beat a very good North Andover team, this team was on a mission, and they accomplished it.” 

Defense leads turnaround
After opening the fall 2-3, Andover football surged to a 6-1 record the rest of the way, with its lone loss to Division 1 North champion St. John’s Prep in the North semifinals.  
A major reason for that turnaround was the Golden Warriors’ defense. 
In its last seven games, Andover has allowed just 13.7 points per game. That’s quite an improvement from the 28.4 it surrendered in the first five weeks.
The Warriors held five teams under 100 yards passing during that seven-game run, and allowed just two 100-yard rushers. 
Andover gave up just 68 yards passing and 87 yards rushing on Thanksgiving.

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Andover rides dominant rushing game to convincing Thanksgiving day win

NORTH ANDOVER — Having suffered two straight Thanksgiving Day defeats, Andover entered Thursday with a clear objective.

“This game meant everything,” said quad-captain Kelvin Davila. “We were embarrassed last year. I had never won on Thanksgiving. So to win it like this feels so amazing.”

Andover rode a dominant rushing attack to touchdowns on its first six possessions of the game, and rolled to a decisive 41-8 Turkey Day victory over North Andover at Walsh Stadium.

The Golden Warriors (8-4) not only snapped a two-game holiday losing streak, but took a 3-2 advantage over North Andover (6-5) in the young Thanksgiving rivalry.

“We wanted this one bad,” said quad-captain Michael Slayton. “We haven’t had much luck against North Andover recently. We look forward to this game all year. This is what we prepared for, and since we lost in the (North) tourney, this is the game we were focused on. We knew we could come here and dominate.”

Facing driving rain, heavy winds and cool conditions, Andover kept the ball on the ground, with stellar results. The Warriors piled up 303 rushing yards, just off their season-high, led by a career-best 131 yards by freshman QB Scott Brown and three TDs for Josh “Bibi” Ramos.

“We ran a lot of outside zone reads and used a lot of motion,” said Brown, who scored two touchdowns. “They were biting on Bibi, so I was able to keep it up the middle and pick up yards. There were no nerves. I was ready.”

Andover wasted no time flexing its muscle.

North Andover fumbled on the game’s first play, which was recovered by Aneudy Moreno. Four plays later, Ramos plowed in for a 5-yard touchdown.

The Golden Warriors then forced a punt — which was blocked by linebacker Shamus Florio — and five plays into that drive Ramos sprinted in for a 16-yard score. 

After another 3-and-out, and other Ramos TD run, the Golden Warriors erased any thought of a comeback thanks to a pair of turnovers.

First, freshman Lincoln Beal intercepted a pass, setting up a Brown 17-yard TD. Then, on the following kickoff, kicker Florio punched the ball out of the return man’s hands, and the fumble was recovered by Victor Harrington. Brown then added another TD.

“This game was amazing,” said Ramos, who had 86 rushing yards. “We knew what we could do. We don’t underestimate anyone, but we felt like we could dominate. The fact that Scotty can run so well really opens it up. So defenses don’t know what to expect.”

Defending Division 2 state champ North Andover, which lost in this year's North final to Lincoln-Sudbury, avoided the shutout when, just before halftime, QB Will Schimmoeller found Matt Chicko for a 44-yard touchdown pass. But Andover responded with a Beal 41-yard TD run to start the second half.

While the Andover offense was rolling, the defense also excelled, allowing just 153 yards of total offense, and only 29 after halftime.

“We knew the defense would make big stops,” said Davila. “We sent a lot of blitzes, and that confused them. They had some fumbles, and that was key.”

Florio (12 tackles), Slayton (8 tackles) and Moreno (7 tackles) led the defense. Jonathan Davila added an interception, and Seth Jablonski delivered the hit of the game, absolutely demolishing a receiver over the middle to force an incomplete pass.

“We knew we were a better team than we were the last few years,” said Slayton. “Our effort on defense was outstanding. We have a talented defense, and so much heart.”

The win completes quite a turnaround for Andover, which won 6 of its last 7.

“I feel like it started in the first Methuen game (a 28-0 win) and we just kept getting better from there,” said coach E.J. Perry. “We even had a great battle with St. John’s in the playoff loss. Then, to come back and beat Everett, and beat a very good North Andover team, this team was on a mission, and they accomplished it.” 

Defense leads Andover’s turnaround

After opening the fall 2-3, Andover went 6-1 the rest of the way, with its lone loss to St. John’s Prep in the Division 1 North semifinals.  

A major reason for that turnaround was the  defense. 

In its last seven games, Andover has allowed just 13.7 points per game. That’s quite an improvement from the 28.4 it surrendered in the first five weeks.

The Warriors held five teams under 100 yards passing during that seven-game run, and allowed just two 100-yard rushers. 

Andover gave up just 68 yards passing and 87 yards rushing on Thanksgiving.

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Andover 41, North Andover 8

Andover (8-4): 13 21 7 0 — 41

North Andover (6-5):  0  8 0 0 —  8

First Quarter

 A — Bibi Ramos 5 run (Shamus Florio kick) 10:22

 A — Ramos 16 run (kick failed), 2:55

Second Quarter

 A — Ramos 2 run (kick blocked), 11:24

 A — Scott Brown 17 run (Florio rush), 4:22

 A — Brown 4 run (Florio kick), 0:28

 NA — Matt Chicko 44 pass from Will Schimmoeller (Freddy Gabin rush), 0:12

Third Quarter

 A — Lincoln Beal 41 run (Florio kick), 7:22

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING: Andover (39-303) — Scott Brown 17-131, Josh Ramos 16-86, Lincoln Beal 3-77, Michael Slayton 2-4, Seth Jablonski 1-5; North Andover (19-87) — Freddy Gabin 12-56, Matt Chicko 1-9, Will Schimmoeller 4-1, Ricky Brutus 2-21

PASSING: Andover — Brown 5-6-0, 45 yards; North Andover — Schimmoeller 5-7-1, 63 yards; Peter Radulski 1-5-1, 3 yard

RECEIVING: Andover — Jackson McCarthy 4-34, Beal 1-11; North Andover — Chicko 3-46, Sebastian Vente 1-12, Brutus 1-4, Gabin 1-4

 

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Central fends off Lawrence

LAWRENCE – Heading into Thursday’s Turkey Day contest between Merrimack Valley foes Central Catholic and Lawrence, the biggest question was whether the game would feature the area’s top two throwing quarterbacks.

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