CARL RUSSO PHOTOS: As Andover girls basketball coach Alan Hibino reflected on his team’s current Division 1 North tournament run, which didn’t stop Wednesday night after a 42-36 semifinal victory over Chelmsford, he admits to having a lot to be proud of.
Lets start with the youth.
The No. 6 Warriors (17-6), who will play No. 5 Cambridge in Saturday’s North final at the Tsongas Center (6 p.m.), start two freshman in Amelia Hanscom and Anna Foley. Hanscom (8 points, 12 rebounds) didn’t come off the floor Wednesday night, and after a missed free throw with six seconds left it was the 6-foot-2 Foley who came up with an offensive rebound and layup that virtually put the game away at 40-36.
“I just went up and got it and put it back,” said Foley, who finished with 8 points and 8 rebounds. “It all worked out in the end.”
This Week's Circulars
Andover - Ethel B. (Brindle) Cross of Andover died on March 21, 2020, in Andover. Born in Providence, R.I., in 1920, Ethel was the daughter of Ethel (Sewell) and Arthur Brindle. She spent her childhood and early adolescence in Maine and New Hampshire, and moved with her family as a teenager …
Andover - William L. (Bill) Brodie, of Andover, formerly of Chelsea, passed away peacefully surrounded by loving family, to whom he was devoted, on March 14, 2020. Bill shared 55 years of marriage, friendship and adventure with his beloved wife Bobbi (Cohen). Bill's love of family and faith …
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