Andover Townsman, Andover, MA

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November 21, 2013

Warrior football earns sweet revenge against Chelmsford

Bests Chelmsford in season's last home game

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“Olly (Eberth) had a tremendous day,” said receiver Cam Davey, who himself had a game-high 67 receiving yards. “He just did everything. Jack was running the ball, and that opened up Olly.

“In our last home game to beat Chelmsford was just icing on the cake.”

The defense was a force most of the night, led by Ommel Bonilla (12 tackles), Eikenberry (14 tackles) and Hartford (eight tackles), while kicker Ryan Payne booted a 37-yard bomb of a field goal, and following that up with a 28-yard field goal later.

“This was my last game on the turf, and since I’m not playing college football, I only have one game left,” Sylvester said. “So to go out like this is really a dream come true.”

Andover 26, Chelmsford 14

Chelmsford (5-5): 6 0 0  8 — 14

Andover (6-4): 3 3 6 14 — 26

First Quarter

C — Jeff D’Auria 55 run (kick failed), 8:34

A — Ryan Payne 37 field goal, 4:14

Second Quarter

A — Payne 28 field goal, 10:11

Third Quarter

A — Will Eikenberry 5 pass from Jack Sylvester (kick failed), 8:12

Fourth Quarter

A — Oliver Eberth 34 run (Eikenberry pass from E.J. Perry IV), 9:58

C — Nick Philippon 34 pass from Jack Campsmith (Mike Calicchio pass from Campsmith), 5:39

A — Sylvester 48 run (pass failed), 4:46

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING: A (32-268) — Jack Sylvester 14-131, Oliver Eberth 14-136, Will Eikenberry 2-5, E.J. Perry IV 1-0, Max Grant 1-(-4); C — Jeff D’Auria 16-141, Jack Campsmith 16-71, Shane Conti 1-2, Joey Rossano 2-(-2)

PASSING: A — Eberth 12-22-0, 174, Sylvester 1-1-0, 5, Perry 0-1-0; C — Campsmith 6-15-2, 65, Nick Andre 0-1-0

RECEIVING: A — Cam Davey 3-67, Perry 3-40, Eikenberry 4-28, Andrew Soucy 1-35, Christopher Nicholas 1-7, Sylvester 1-2; C — Mike Calicchio 3-34, Nick Philippon 2-30, D’Auria 1-1

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