Almost two months into the new school year, local students have their routines set in the classroom.
Andover Showtime, a newly created travel basketball team in Andover made up of 5th- to 7th-graders, did quite well in its inaugural season, according to head coach Adam Beck.
When Marilyn Fitzgerald was a student at Andover High School, there was not a single varsity sport for girls. If you wanted to obtain a varsity letter you had one choice: Become a cheerleader.
BEVERLY — The Andover High Girls Varsity Ice Hockey Team played the Beverly/Danvers team at the Raymond J. Bourque Arena at Endicott College on Wednesday, Jan. 9. But it was more than a game. It was the 6th Annual Colleen E. Ritzer Memorial Hockey Game, paying tribute to Andover native and f…
Boys hockey opened its season on Sunday by beating North Andover 4-3 on a Tommy Tavenner goal with less than two minutes left in the game. Alex Weinreb, Shane Lachance and Matt Schuhwerk added goals.
When Piper Curtis started playing Ultimate Frisbee as a high school student at Phillips Academy, she had no idea that the sport would take her to two World Championships.
LAWRENCE — Michael Reilly picked up the puck near center ice, skated in on-on-one, and when he saw an opening, he took his shot.
The Andover High fall sports season left Golden Warrior fans with plenty to be excited about, from record-setting performances to state title runs.
EVERETT — Andover knew it faced a massive task against a legendary Everett program playing dominant football with a trip to the state title game on the line.
ANDOVER — The Chiefs ended an 11-year drought as champions of the Andover Junior Football League (AJFL) on Sunday, Oct. 30, with a hard-fought 13-0 win over the Steelers before several hundred fans at Lovely Field.
DANVERS — There was 1:59 left in regulation when St. John’s Prep scored the game-tying touchdown in a Division 1 North semifinal on their campus Saturday afternoon.
Cedric Gillette knew his role would change when Andover lost record-setting receiver Dan Gemmell to injury.
Having just wrapped up a challenging regular season, Andover High football could be intimidated as is looks towards a massive challenge in the first round of the state tournament.
Jay Flannelly has always been outspoken. In 1989, he was in hot water for some inflammatory comments he made about the North Andover football team prior to its showdown with Andover.
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