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October 20, 2012

Andover rolls in Chelmsford warmup

(Continued)

Beating up on Somerville

The Andover starters played just one possession in the second half against Somerville, building the 34-0 advantage and letting the backups finish the job.

Scarpa again led the way, tossing a pair of touchdown passes to Will Heikkinen in the first half, then adding a score to Andrew Deloury before the starters were pulled early in the third quarter. He also rushed for Andover’s first score of the day.

Jack Sylvester added 116 yards rushing, all but 10 in the first half, and in his first serious action of the season at running back, Jesse Greaves also ran for a score. Chas Heseltine led the defense with 12 tackles.

“We played pretty well,” said senior lineman Andres Christopulos. “There were a few things we could have done better, but we came out smacked them on offense and smacked them on defense. Everyone was hitting.”

Andover, 34 Somerville 6

Andover (7-0): 14 13 7 0 — 34

Somerville (0-8):  0  0 0 6 —  6

First Quarter

A — C.J. Scarpa 6 run (Will Heikkinen pass from Scarpa), 7:39

A — Heikkinen 55 pass from Scarpa (pass failed), 5:08

Second Quarter

A — Jesse Greaves 10 run (Charlie Wilson kick), 10:52

A — Heikkinen 22 pass from Scarpa (kick failed), 5:19

Third Quarter

A — Andrew Deloury 29 pass from Scarpa (Wilson kick), 9:37

Fourth Quarter

S — Andre James 36 pass from Phoenix Huertas (kick failed), 4:10

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING: A (36-218) — Jack Sylvester 11-116, Adam Enxing 4-49, Jesse Greaves 5-23, Connor McCullough 11-12, C.J. Scarpa 4-10. Brandon Marti 1-8; S (24-154) — Anderson Jupiter 10-71, Phoenix Huertas 8-42, Troy Martini 4-34, Matt George 1-5, Andre James 1-2

PASSING: A — Scarpa 7-18-0, 170; S — Huertas 14-26-1, 103

RECEIVING: A — Will Heikkinen 4-96, Andrew Deloury 2-59, Evan Singleton 1-15; S — Andre James 1-36, Assad Abraham 3-22, Richard Guerrier 2-14, Matt George 3-8, Jupiter 3-9, Jonathan Santana 1-9, James Marin 1-5

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