Andover Townsman, Andover, MA


May 8, 2014

Lakos strikes again as lacrosse rolls

Boys lacrosse

Jake Lakos continued his outstanding season with six goals to lead Andover past rival North Andover 10-7 last Friday. Will Eikenberry had three goals, Hunter Tyrrell added the final score and John Oteri added two assists for the winners.


Will Eikenberry and Hunter Tyrrell each scored two goals as Andover rolled over Haverhill 10-2 last Wednesday, April 30. Jake Lakos added another two goals and Will Reardon and Jackie Wilkie each had three assists for the winners.


Jake Lakos notched two of his six goals in the fourth quarter, snapping a tie and giving Andover a 10-8 victory over New Hampshire rival Londonderry last Monday, April 28. George Cardillo added two scores and Will Reardon and Mike Biddle each scored once for the winners.

Girls lacrosse

Weezie Gross scored five goals and had two assists to pace Andover in a 16-9 win over Framingham last Wednesday, April 30. Veronica Alois added two goals and two assists and Charlotte Lenes and Courtney Grygiel each had a hat trick for the winners.


Charlotte Lenes and Weezie Gross each notched five goals and combined for seven assists to lead Andover past Algonquin 16-8 last Monday, April 28. Jess Leone added three goals and Courtney Grygiel had a goal and an assist for the winners.


Jessica Leone and Charlotte Lenes each scored three goals, but Andover lost to North Andover 12-7 last Friday. Courtney Grygiel added a goal for the Warriors.

Girls tennis

Paige Webster and Pooja Mukund won No. 1 doubles 6-0, 6-0 to help Andover remain undefeated with a 5-0 win over Lowell last Friday. Erica Mazzarelli and Lynn Wang took No. 2 doubles and Tayla Yee won third singles.


Samantha Camilo swept No. 1 singles and Karena Yan and Courtney Nash added 6-0, 6-0 wins at No. 2 and 3 singles to lead Andover to a 5-0 win over Central Catholic last Monday, April 28. Laurie-Maude Chenard and Sydney Ferry took top doubles and Michaela Comerford and Jackie Drew won No. 2 doubles.

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