Stephen Ingram shot a 73 while Cade Cedorchuk, Evan Giggey and Nick Ventura each added a 78 as Andover won the team title at the MVC Golf Day last Thursday.
The Golden Warriors won with a team score of 18-over, well ahead of No. 2 Lowell (32-over).
“I was so happy for our three seniors, the year they were hoping to have,” said Andover coach Dave Fazio. “This was a state tourney for us. Cade, Steven and Evan have been with me forever. Our success over the last couple of years is the number of really good players we have. Everybody broke 80. That’s not an easy thing to do having four guys do it. I’m so proud.”
Added Cedorchuk: “We’re very thankful that we were able to play this fall, being seniors and loving our team. t caps off a great start to our senior year. We weren’t sure we were going to be able to play back in the summer. But it was great.”
Nick Ventura shot an even-par 36 for medalist honors, as Andover beat Central Catholic 233-251 last Wednesday. Stephen Ingram (38) and Evan Giggey (39) were next best for the Golden Warriors (9-1).
Girls Cross Country
Kiley leads the way
Molly Kiley took first place overall in 18:51 and Leila Boudries grabbed second in 19:16 as Andover defeated Central Catholic 18-41 on Saturday. Abby Redington (fourth, 20:19), Anika Kapadia (fifth, 22:02) and Mary Lonergan (sixth, 22:14) added stellar finishes for Andover.
Leila Boudries (17:50) placed third overall, but Andover lost to Billerica 20-35 last Wednesday. Abby Redington (fifth, 19:00) and Mary Lonergan (eighth, 20:05) were next in for the Warriors.
Hat trick for Farnham
Lilly Farnham scored a whopping three goals, as Andover rolled past rival North Andover 5-0 last Wednesday. Hailey Doherty and Hanna Medwar each added single goals, Emma Reilly had three assists and Paige Gillette made three saves for the shutout.
Emma Reilly and Hanna Medwar each scored two goals as Andover (3-0) rolled past Central Catholic on Saturday. Heather Graham, Kate Harris and Lily Farnham each added a single goal for the Golden Warriors.
Adams nets two
Lauren Adams scored two goals to lead Andover to a 3-3 tie with Central Catholic on Saturday. Maya Schwinn-Clanton scored the other Golden Warrior goal and Ashley Napolitano and Kaitlyn Crowley combined for five saves in goal.
Andover lost to North Andover 3-1 last Wednesday.
Boys Cross Country
Matt Serano placed second overall in 16:52, as Andover fell just short to Billerica 26-29 last Wednesday. Charlie Beams was right behind him in fourth (17:15), DJ Walsh took fifth (17:21) and Zack Nepomnayshy finished eighth (17:44).
Matt Serrano continued to shine, placing third in 16:44, as Andover lost to Central Catholic 22-33 on Saturday. Cameron Kim (fifth, 16:55) and DJ Walsh (sixth, 16:59) also led the Golden Warriors.
Andover continued to struggle to score goals, but played Central Catholic to a 0-0 tie on Saturday.
Andover fell to rival North Andover 1-0 last Wednesday.
Andover falls short
Andover dropped a grueling 25-20, 25-22, 25-24 loss to North Andover last Wednesday.