Andover Townsman, Andover, MA


November 1, 2012

Andover blasts rivals for eighth win


After a tough first half wearing the No. 7, Chas Heseltine had his No. 11 jersey brought to him from home at halftime, and he responded with nine tackles and an interception, while Ladd added eight tackles.

“This was a huge win for us,” said Farnham. “It means a lot. Now we have a tough team in Lowell coming up, so now we have to set our focus on them. But this was a good win.”

Andover 42, Chelmsford 22

Andover (8-0): 16 6 20 0 — 42

Chelmsford (4-4):  8 0  7 7 — 22

First Quarter

A — Andrew Deloury 38 pass from C.J. Scarpa (Deloury pass from Scarpa), 6:42

A — Will Heikkinen 21 pass from Scarpa (Heikkinen pass from Scarpa), 5:55

C — Greg Johnson 34 pass from John Campsmith (Johnson pass from Campsmith), 4:54

Second Quarter

A — Scarpa 2 run (pass failed), 0:17

Third Quarter

A — Jack Sylvester 12 run (Deloury pass from Scarpa), 10:06

A — Cam Farnham 12 pass from Scarpa (kick failed), 8:33

A — Brandon Marti 8 run (kick failed), 4:00

C — Connor Brimley 2 run (Charles Calenda kick), 1:16

Fourth Quarter

C — Johnson 9 pass from Campsmith (Calenda kick), 4:31


RUSHING: A (31-103) — Jack Sylvester 15-102, Brandon Marti 9-31, Jesse Greaves 1-7, C.J Scarpa 6-(-37); C (21-67) — John Campsmith 7-26, Jeff Dauria 5-26, Connor Brimley 6-11, Sean Sarault 1-6, Todd Dowrey 1-0, Alex Freker 1-(-2)

PASSING: A — Scarpa 14-23-0, 206; C — Campsmith 11-21-1, 160

RECEIVING: A — Will Heikkinen 8-100, Andrew Deloury 2-56, Sylvester 2-34, Cam Farnham 2-16; C — Greg Johnson 4-101, Eric Van Gelder 3-36, Connor Wooster 1-12, Zach Andre 1-8, Jose St. Hilaire 1-5, Vadim Mayorskiy 1-(-2)

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