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Evans does it!

Andover goalie Olivia Hodge stoned Winchester with 30 seconds left in a tie game to set up a wild finish. Jordan Torres took off on the break.

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Girls Lacrosse, 06/03/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Scarlet Knights edge Masco

The North Andover girls lacrosse team moved one win closer to a fourth-consecutive Division 1 North crown, edging past Masconomet 10-6 in the North Quarterfinals. Olivia Pino had three goals and Julia Silk and Casey Conwell each had two.

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Girls Lacrosse, 06/01/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Pelham girls lacrosse reaches first semifinal

After losing to Hopkinton 14-8 in their last meeting, the Pelham girls lacrosse team bounced back for a 12-10 win in Thursday's Division 3 Quarterfinal, advancing to the program's first semifinal appearance ever. Olivia Gagnon, Sarah Morin and Jill Schwab all had three goals in the win, Shannon Weisensee tacked on two, and Abbie Patchen had the remaining goal.

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Girls Lacrosse, 06/01/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Pinkerton hangs on to beat Londonderry

LONDONDERRY - In the moments after Londonderry's first round tournament loss to Pinkerton on Wednesday, senior goalie Kaitlyn Marchant tearfully embraced coach Scott Walden, who offered encouragement after her one and only season of high school lacrosse came to an end. "He told me how much he appreciated it and how much it changed the team," said Marchant, who made nine saves in the 7-6 loss to the defending state champions. "It was an honor to play. I love the team and I wouldn't have changed anything." Though Marchant has long been renowned as a top quality goalie, she never suited up for Londonderry High until this spring, instead focusing her efforts on track while playing club lacrosse for the Tomahawks in the summer. But after committing to Western New England University last year, she decided to give high school lacrosse a try. Without her, this season - and especially Wednesday's game - would have turned out a lot differently for the Lancers, Walden said. "I told her that we are 4-14 if she didn't come out and work like she did. She would constantly have me out here for hours working on everything, and she's pretty much the stalwart," Walden said. "Even today, I was saying ‘How many more saves does she have to make before we get a ground ball?' She was a wall." Marchant was one of the key factors in Londonderry's late comeback, in which the Lancers scored four unanswered goals over the final 20 minutes to pull within one. Pinkerton had opportunities to extend its lead, but Marchant picked up some huge point blank saves to keep the Astros at seven goals. Unfortunately for the Lancers, the comeback started just a few minutes too late, and Pinkerton was able to hold on in the final minutes to advance to Saturday's Division 1 semifinal against Bedford. "The girls believed," said Pinkerton coach Rob Daziel. "We've had an up and down year, and we certainly just beat one of the better teams in the state. They believed, they were ready." For much of Wednesday's game, Pinkerton dominated the possession and seemingly won every draw control and ground ball. Though the Lancer defense held strong, the Astros wore the Lancers down, scoring seven unanswered goals between the midway point of the first half and the first five minutes of the second half to pull ahead 7-2 with roughly 20 minutes to play. Senior Dani Tompkins and sophomore Kiley Davis were the big difference-makers on offense, each scoring three goals to give the Astros what looked initially like an insurmountable lead. Meaghan Michaud had the other Astro goal. Londonderry's comeback began when Allie Marsh scored with 19:36 to play in the second half, then got going in earnest when Sarah Duarte scored her second goal of the game to cut the deficit to three. After several possessions ended in turnovers for both teams, sophomore defenseman Sammy LeClair scored her first goal of the season at the perfect time, making it 7-5 with 3:11 to play. Finally, Kiersten Hoglund, who was banged up after a painful collision in the first half, scored with 1:26 to play to make it a one goal game. With all the momentum in Londonderry's favor, however, Pinkerton won the ball on the ensuing draw. A minute and a half of keep away later, the Astros had the thrilling win. Pinkerton (14-5) will now face top seeded Bedford (16-2) at Exeter High School Saturday at 7 p.m., where the winner will face either Souhegan or Bishop Guertin in the state championship game. Londonderry wraps up its season at 14-5.

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Girls Lacrosse, 05/31/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Lindquist leads way

 

Emma Lindquist scored six goals and added an assist to pace Windham to a 12-10 win over John Stark in the first round of the Div. 2 girls lacrosse tournament. Annie MacLeod added three goals and an assist for the Jaguars (12-7).

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Girls Lacrosse, 05/31/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Opening statement

Andover opened Division 1 North tourney play with a lopsided 21-11 win over Boston Latin. Jordan Torres was just too much for the Wolfpack with six goals while Darsie Peterson, Lauren Najarian and Brooke Lenes each tallied three times.

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Girls Lacrosse, 05/30/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Ousted Sachems

Pentucket fell to Austin Prep, 18-9, in the first round of the Division 2 North tourney. Erin Mikson had four goals and Caroline Cloutier three for the Sachems.

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Girls Lacrosse, 05/30/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Star Tarr

 Katie Tarr scored 5 goals, Lily Ashford 4 and Kiley Simmons 3 as Timberlane dropped Merrimack Valley 14-5.

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Girls Lacrosse, 05/26/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Knights fall in state final

BOSTON — For 40 minutes, the North Andover girls lacrosse team did everything it had to do to win the championship. The team stayed within striking distance and the whole time one had a sense that if one or two breaks went their way, the Scarlet Knights could pull it off.

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Girls Lacrosse, 05/25/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Knights come back to win MVC

The North Andover girls lacrosse team bounced back from a big loss to Notre Dame Academy and a two-goal halftime deficit against Chelmsford to beat the Lions 15-12, clinching the MVC Small title. Ali Ferullo had four goals in the win.

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Girls Lacrosse, 05/24/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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