Andover Townsman, Andover, MA

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May 16, 2013

Gross, girls lacrosse red hot

GIRLS LACROSSE

Weezie Gross continued to star with six goals and two assists for Andover, which edged Medfield 11-9 on Monday. Meagan Keefe added a goal and four assists and Charlotte Lenes and Jaclyn Torres each had two goals for the winners.

Meagan Keefe scored a whopping eight goals to go with six assists and Weezie Gross added five scores and two helpers for Andover in a 19-9 drubbing of Chelmsford on Friday. Charlotte Lenes had two goals and two assists and Mackenzie Billings also scored twice for the winners.

Weezie Gross scored six goals and added two assists and Meagan Keefe added three goals and five assists as Andover downed Central Catholic 13-6 last Wednesday. Mora Cunningham, Courtney Grygiel and Charlotte Lenes each added single goals for the winners.

BOYS LACROSSE

Warriors keep surging

Justin Brosnan took a pass from Hunter Tyrrell in front and fired it home with 2:44 to go in double overtime to give Andover a thrilling 9-8 victory over Chelmsford on Friday. Trailing by three goals in the fourth, Will Reardon completed the rally with a goal with 1:54 left in regulation. John Oteri and George Cardillo each added two goals for the winners.

John Oteri and Andrew Eriksen each scored two goals as Andover topped Londonderry 8-4 on Monday. Justin Brosnan added a goal and two assists for the winners.

Justin Brosnan potted four goals and John Oteri added a hat trick for Andover in a 13-1 drubbing of Dracut last Wednesday. Hunter Tyrrell and Will Reardon each scored two goals, Mike Sharrio had one score and Jordan Maue made nine saves for the winners.

GIRLS TRACK

Kobelski takes title

Cassie Kobelski added to her outstanding career, winning gold in the shot put with a 38-7 at the Andover Boosters Meet on Saturday.

“This was a great way to get going,” she said. “It gets me in the habit of competing on Saturdays (for big meets). Once I start getting into the major meets I have to start focusing on technique and what I can do.”

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