Andover Townsman, Andover, MA


January 24, 2013

Caveney scores 1,000th point



Eric Zhao won the 100 backstroke (1:03.71), Aaron Wu took the 100 butterfly (59.79), Eric Shi won the 100 breaststroke (1:09.96) and they teamed with Charlie Lei to win the 200 medley relay in 1:53.34 as Andover topped Xaverian 93-89 last Tuesday. Alex Blake took the diving and Max Blanch won the 200 IM for the Warriors.

Boys basketball

Dunn hot from 3-point range

Chris Dunn sunk five 3-pointers on his way to a career-high 32 points as Andover beat Tewksbury 78-55 last Tuesday. Sam Dowden added 12 points and Max Silveira had seven points for the winners.

Girls gymnastics

Carver stars

Courtney Carver won the all-around with a 36.0, taking first in the beam, second in the bars and floor and third in the vault to lead Andover to a 139.85-135.55 victory over Billerica last Wednesday.


Jessie Livingston won the vault (9.4) and beam (9.55) and was second in the all-around with a 36.65 as Andover bested Acton-Boxboro 143-131 on Monday. Courtney Carver won the all-around with a 37.15.

Girls hockey

Rodriguez paces rout

Meghan Rodriguez scored two goals top pace Andover in a 7-4 victory over Methuen on Saturday. Jillian Hughes, Meaghan Leary, Mary Latona, Veronica Alois and Brianna Deloury each scored a goal for the Golden Warriors.


Mary Latona scored a goal, assisted by Caroline Hughes, as Andover played Billerica to a 1-1 tie last Wednesday.

Boys track

Relay clinches win

With the meet to be decided on the final event of the day, Matt Reardon, Hamza Naveed, Dylan Epstein and Billy Baldwin teamed to win the 4x400 relay in 3:44.6 to clinch Andover’s 47-39 win over North Andover last Wednesday. Owen Focke added a victory in the 50 hurdles, Cam Farnham won the dash, Rob Perry took the 1,000 and Adam Ladd won the shot put for the Warriors.

Boys skiing

Baldwin leads the way

Bill Baldwin took seventh overall in 20.90 and Jake Tarricone was ninth in 20.97 to lead Andover past North Andover 99-36 and Manchester Essex 103-32.

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