Andrew Hennessy was 3 for 5 with three RBIs and a run scored to pace Andover Post 8 in a 14-4 drubbing of Saugus last Monday night.

Six of the players in the Saugus lineup were members of the Saugus team that advanced to the semifinals of the 2003 Little League World Series.

Andover committed two errors in the first inning that led to four Saugus runs. But Post 8 responded with three runs in the bottom of the inning paced by a two-run homer by Dan Haugh over the scoreboard in left field. Andover then tallied five runs in the third to take the lead for good.

Paul Malaguti, Post 8’s leading hitter, was 4 for 4 with an RBI and two runs scored. Haugh was 2 for 3 with three RBIs and Doug Hawkins had a hit and knocked in two runs. Kevin Calabro pitched all five innings of the game, which was called due to darkness.

Andover 6, Lawrence 0

Dan Godefroi and Dave Arrigg combined to allow only three hits and lead Andover past Lawrence 6-0 Saturday night.

Godefroi pitched the first five innings to improve to 3-0 in the season, allowing two hits, striking out nine and not walking a batter. He had to leave the game after straining his groin running out a double. Former Central Catholic ace Arrigg replaced him and allowed one hit over two innings against many of his Raider teammates. He struck out a whopping five batters.

Malaguti opened the scoring in the first when he tripled to center to plate P.J. Farnham. Andrew Hennessy was 2 for 3 with two RBIs and Mike Yastrzemski turned in the play of the game with an over-the-shoulder catch in left field, reminiscent of what his grandfather used to do at Fenway Park.

Andover’s game against Peabody on Sunday was postponed due to rain in the second inning. No makeup date has been announced.

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