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Nasty spill hinders Knights

North Andover had its eyes on a state title, but a scary fall knocked the Scarlet Knights off their game.

Freshman Sydney Schwalm took a "horrific fall," which shook up her teammates at Tuesday's state championships at Berkshire East.

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Girls Skiing, 03/06/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Georgetown places third at Interscholastic Meet

The Georgetown girls ski team enjoyed a terrific day at the Interscholastic Meet, placing third as a team with 582 points. The Royals were led by Newburyport's Margaret Cote, who finished ninth in the league with a time of 49.33.

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Girls Skiing, 02/14/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

High 5: Knights dynasty continues

The North Andover domination continued. The five-time regular-season North Shore League champs won their fifth straight Interscholastic (league meet) title. Maria Cavallaro, who is nursing a knee injury, placed second overall with a 46.29 (combined slalom and giant slalom). Masconomet's Faith Stanton was the overall champ in 45.75.
Other top Knights were her twin sister Rachel in third and Sydney Schwalm in eighth. Andover's Anna Souter and Cayley Denoncourt placed fourth and seventh, respectively. Haverhill's Jana Laurendeau, a Billerica High student, placed 11th.
  

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Girls Skiing, 02/14/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Astros second at ski states

Danielle Martineau placed sixth overall in the slalom and giant slalom to lead Pinkerton a second-place finish as a team at the New Hampshrie Division 1 girls ski championship with 708.5 points. Emily Gardner added a ninth in the giant slalom while Katelyn Bennett was 16th in the slalom for the Astros. 

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Girls Skiing, 02/13/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

5-peat for Knights

North Andover girls skiing wrapped up its fifth straight unbeaten season in North Shore League action. Coach Jerry Marchegiani said that's never happened before in the 45-year history of NS League girls skiing. The 14-0 Knights got another first from Maria Cavallaro while Sydney Schwalm tok third and Rachel Cavallaro seventh.

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Girls Skiing, 02/08/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Still unbeaten

 

Senior standout Maria Cavallaro was runner-up and freshman Sydney Schwalm was an impressive fourth as the North Andover girls ski team remained unbeaten with two wins to improve to 12-0.

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Girls Skiing, 02/05/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Cavallaro duo go 1-2

 

The Cavallaro sisters, Maria and Rachel, finished one-two as North Andover's girls skiers remained unbeaten with a pair of wins in North Shore Ski League action. The Knights will square off against also unbeaten Masconomet Wednesday.j

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Girls Skiing, 01/29/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Georgetown ski team splits

The Georgetown girls ski team split its tri-meet at Bradford Ski Area on Monday, beating Haverhill 83-52 while dropping a tight 68-67 score to Manchester Essex. Emily Muzi was the top racer for the Royals, placing 10th overall in the league (25.24), followed by Sammy Quarentiello in 17th (25.57) and Caroline Bortz (22nd, 26.16).

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Girls Skiing, 01/29/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Surprising Soutter

 

Andover's Anna Soutter, who finished 12th in the North Shore Ski League last year, pulled a stunner to open the season, placing first in a time of 22.73. Overall, however, North Andover rolled to two easy wins, including 84.5-50.5, led by the Cavallaro sisters, Maria and Rachel, in third and fourth respectively. Freshman Jane Freund was sixth for the Knights.

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Girls Skiing, 01/08/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Georgetown skiing swept

The Georgetown girls ski co-op was swept in its season opener at Bradford Ski Area on Monday, losing to Manchester Essex 69-66 and to Masconomet 82-53. The top skiiers for Georgetown were Samantha Quarantiello (23.34), Brenna Slomsky (23.81) and Caroline Bortz (23.99).

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Girls Skiing, 01/08/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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