Maya Flatley won the 50 freestyle (25.47), Claire Neilly took the 200 IM (2:13.21), Amelia Barron won the 100 breaststroke (1:10.31) and they teamed with Charlotte Moulson to take the 400 freestyle relay as Andover topped North Andover 105-79 last Tuesday. Moulson and Barron also teamed with Gabby McDonough and Maggie McGlynn to win the 200 freestyle relay.
Gabby McDonough swam on the winning 200 medley relay (2:07.92) and 400 freestyle relay (4:22.05) as Andover rolled past Dracut 109-63 last Wednesday. Claire Neilly won the 200 freestyle (2:04.34), Paige Melly took the diving (165.2) and Charlotte Mouson won the 200 IM (2:22.05).
Girls Cross Country Kiley, Andover stay perfect
Molly Kiley ran to the overall victory in 16:37 and Andover stayed undefeated (7-0) by beating Methuen (26-31) and Tewksbury (18-45) last Wednesday. Leila Boudries took third (18:00) for the Golden Warriors.
Girls Volleyball Sipley shines
Ava Sipley scored team-highs in assists (28) and service points (19) as Andover topped Lowell 3-1 last Wednesday. Sophia Pierce added 18 service points and four aces and Sophia Miele had 10 digs for the winners.
Adrie Waldinger had a team-high 20 service points, seven kills and five blocks, but Andover fell to Acton-Boxboro 3-2 last Thursday. Sophia Miele added seven kills and a team-high 16 digs and Sophia Pierce had 13 digs.
Field Hockey Reilly, Warrior keep rolling
Emma Reilly scored twice and Andover crushed Shrewsbury 6-0 on Saturday. Rose MacLean, Casey Michael, Brooke Cedorchuk and Haley Carver each added a single goal.
Emma Reilly, Casey Michael and Brooke Cedorchuk each scored once as Andover fired 21 shots on goal on the way to beating Central Catholic 3-1 last Tuesday. Adelaide Weeden made five saves for the winners.
Boys Soccer Goalie double-dip
Nil Castro-Rovira and Gannon Sylvester each made five saves in a half of play to lead Andover past Lawrence 2-1 last Tuesday. Aidan Magner and Nik Previte each scored a goal for the winners.
Brian Gibson scored Andover’s goal in a 1-1 tie with Chelmsford last Thursday.
Girls Soccer Dennehy scores twice
Andover got a goal each from Ella Hoffenberg, Lily Brown, Ainsley Khatchadurian, Kielan Dennehy, Sophia Gaetano and Molly Borenstein in a 6-0 victory over Lawrence last Tuesday.
Katie Ambrose, Kielan Dennehy and Michaela Buckley each scored a goal as Andover topped Haverhill 3-0 last Wednesday
Boys Cross Country Serrano in second
Matt Serrano placed second overall (14:57) and Colin Kirn was third overall (15:03) as Andover beat Tewksbury (16-47), Central Catholic (19-40) and Methuen (26-29) in a multi-meet last Wednesday. DJ Walsh was the next Golden Warrior to finish in sixth (15:20).
Football Beal’s effort for naught
Lincoln Beal caught two touchdowns and ran for another score, but Andover fell to Methuen 51-21 last Thursday.
Beal gave Andover the lead in the first quarter, catching a pass from QB Scotty Brown and taking it 36 yards for a touchdown. He tied the game with 2:45 left in the second quarter with an 8-yard score and a two-point conversion.
The All-Scholastic running back added his third TD in the fourth quarter, a 7-yard TD catch from Brown. Beal finished with 104 yards on 21 carries.
“We have to play better,” said coach E.J. Perry. “We showed some good things, but we have to cut down on the mistakes and play better.”
Golf Ventura shines
Nick Ventura won in the No. 1 spot 3-1, but Andover lost to Haverhill 14-6 last Thursday. Noah Farland, Jack Simms and Jake Moran all halved for the Warriors.