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January 10, 2013

Freshman is fantastic for boys gymnastics

Boys hockey

Campbells pace Warriors

After a week where most of the team battled the flu, already injury-riddled Andover toughed out a 3-1 victory over Waltham on Monday. Scott Campbell scored one goal and assisted on another, Mark Campbell and Will Sauerbrunn each added a goal and Jack Wilkie had two assists for the winners. Colby Gilbert made 25 saves.

Girls gymnastics

Carver dominates

Courtney Carver and Jessie Livingston formed a dynamic duo, trading off victories to lead Andover to 138.15 points and victory over Westford (134.05) and Dracut (126.3) on Monday. Carver took wins in the bars, floor and all-around and Livingston took first in the beam and was second in the vault, bars, floor and all-around.

Boys gymnastics

Freshman Joseph Aronov won the vault (8.1), was second in the pommel horse and rings and won the all-around with a 37.5 as Andover beat Attleboro 145-133 on Monday. Star Brian Manning added wins in the parallel bars, pommel horse and rings.

Brian Manning won the pommel horse, floor exercise and rings, but Andover fell to Burlington 146-136 on Friday. Joseph Aronov added a team-high third in the all-around for the Warriors.

Boys swimming

Zhao, Wu lead the way

Eric Zhao took the 200 freestyle (1:53.42) and 100 freestyle (50.47), Aaron Wu won the 100 butterfly (1:00.65) and they teamed with Charlie Lei and Vince Camin to win the 200 freestyle relay as Andover topped Central Catholic 90-76 on Friday. Eric Shi added a win in the 500 freestyle and swam on the 400 freestyle that took first.

Girls track

Donovan earns win

Cate Donovan won the 1,000 in an outstanding 3:06.90 to lead Andover at the Freshman-Sophomore Meet on Sunday. Gillian Gamche added a victory in the 55 hurdles in 9.01 while Hannah Chapman took the long jump with a 15-8 3/4.

Boys track

Naveed stands out

Hamza Naveed placed second in the 300 in 36.99 for Andover at the Freshman-Sophomore Meet on Sunday. Naveed also teamed with Oliver Eberth, Kevin Chem and Dillon Preston to win the 4x200 in 1:36.09. George Cardillo, Demetri Kostakas, Victory Guery and Billy Baldwin finished second in the 4x400.

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