Andover Townsman, Andover, MA


March 7, 2013

Girls hoops gets hot, advances in tourney


Chris Dunn continued to shine with 19 points, and Sam Dowden and David Giribaldi each tossed in 17 points as Andover boys topped Medford 68-60 in the Division 1 North first round last Tuesday. Giribaldi scoring 11 of his 17 points in the second half, while Andover scored 21 of the fourth quarter’s first 26 points.

Boys hockey

Weeks goal for naught

Despite a goal for Tyler Weeks, Andover fell to Wakefield 5-2 in the Division 1 North first round last Wednesday. Scott Campbell scored the other Golden Warrior goal and Colby Gilbert made 20 saves.

“I really thought, once we scored that short-handed tally, that we really had a chance in this game,” said Golden Warriors coach Mike Ciarletta. “But we missed a few chances and they cashed in.”

GIrls hockey

Warriors bow out

Andover lost to Woburn 4-2 in the Division 1 first round on Saturday

Veronica Alois and Mikayla Panneton each scored second-period goals as Andover topped Winthrop in the Division 1 preliminary round last Monday. Meagan Keefe and Weezie Gross each added an assist and Mackenzie Dutton made 28 saves for the winners.

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