Paige Gillette made seven saves to help Andover field hockey blank North Andover 2-0 on Sunday, the season-opener for both teams. Superstar Hanna Medwar scored one goal and assisted on Hailey Doherty’s goal.
Giggey, Ventura rolling
Evan Giggey earned medalist honors with a 35, as Andover beat North Andover 231-246 last Wednesday. Cade Cedorchuk (37) was the next best finisher for the Golden Warriors, tied for third overall.
Nick Ventura and Evan Giggey tied for medalist honors, each shooting a 36, as Andover scored 239 points to beat Methuen (277) but fall to Haverhill (237) last Thursday. Cade Cedorchuk (40) had the next best round for the Warriors.
Azzi, Kendrigan start strong
Emma Azzi and Ashley Kendrigan each scored a goal as Andover played North Andover to a 2-2 tie on Saturday. Riley Lowe, Ainsley Napolitano and Kaitlyn Crowley all played goalie for the Golden Warriors, combining for seven saves.
Girls Cross Country
Boudries leads the way
Andover’s Leila Boudries placed fifth overall in 19:55, but the Golden Warriors fell to North Andover 16-45 last Wednesday. Abby Redington (seventh, 21:37) and Anika Kapadia (10th, 22:40) were the next top finishers for the Warriors.
Andover’s Molly Kiley placed 29th in the Frank Kelley Invitational Massachusetts-wide cross country race on Sunday. Kiley finished in 20:36.1.
The next Golden Warrior in was Leila Boudries (21:38.5).
Brown, Sylvester’s efforts for naught
Despite five saves by Jackson Brown and eight saves for Gannon Sylvester, Andover dropped its season-opener to Billerica last Tuesday.
Andover fell to North Andover 1-0 on Sunday.
Boys Cross Country
Andover can’t keep pace
Matt Serrano was the top Andover High finisher at the Frank Kelley Invitational Massachusetts-wide cross country race on Sunday. Serrano finished in 18:03.8.
The next best Golden Warriors were Charlie Beams (18:12.9) and Daniel Walsh (18:15.1).
Andover fell to powerhouse North Andover 15-50 last Wednesday.
Andover lost to North Andover 3-1 on Sunday.