Tatum Shaw exploded for 38 points — one of the highest totals for a girls basketball player in all of Massachusetts in recent memory —as Andover topped Haverhill 62-50 last Tuesday. Shaw hit four 3-pointers, while Amelia Hanscom added nine points for the winners.
Tatum Shaw continued to dazzle with 35 points — her third 30-plus point performance in four games this winter — as Andover bested Haverhill for the second time in three days, 67-53 last Thursday. Amelia Hanscom was again next best with eight points.
Shaw entered this week averaging a whopping 28.8 points per game for the 2-2 Golden Warriors, having scored double digits in all four contests. She’s halfway to the six 30-plus point games Golden Warrior great Nicole Boudreau posted during the 2011-12 season.
Jagger a rock in net
Lillian Jagger excelled with 22 saves, and Andover remained unbeaten with a 2-1 victory over previously-undefeated Chelmsford last Monday. Lauren Adams and Lilly Reeves each scored a goal for the Golden Warriors.
Cammann tallies 28
Aidan Cammann erupted for 28 points, and Andover beat Haverhill 57-50 last Tuesday. Fellow low-post standout Logan Satlow added eight points for the winners.
Andover trailed by two points at halftime, but outscored Haverhill 24-4 in the third en route to a 67-45 win last Thursday. Ryan MacLellan had a season-best 18 points while Ayn Aruri scored eight points and Aidan Cammann had seven points for the Warriors, who stayed perfect (4-0).
Foster, Bresnick dominate
Molly Foster won the bars (8.6), was second in the beam (8.9) and floor exercise (8.8) and took first in the all-round (34.9) as Andover topped Haverhill for the second time in four days, 135.4-131.25 on Sunday. Gabby Bresnick was second in the all-around (34.75), winning the vault (9.15), beam (9.1) and floor (8.95). Maggie Consentino was third in the bars (8.1).
Gabby Bresnick won the floor exercise (9.0) and was second in the beam (8.4) as Andover edged Haverhill 131.75-130.4 last Thursday. Molly Foster added a victory in the beam (8.8) and was second in the bars (8.45) and Sophia Tran was second in the vault.
Kessell takes two
Scott Kessell won the 100 butterfly (57.43) and the 500 freestyle (5:24.46) as Andover rolled past Haverhill 131-52 but lost to Chelmsford 98-89 on Saturday. Adding victories for the Golden Warriors were Henry Campbell (200 freestyle, 1:54.63), Eric Xu (50 freestyle, 23.68), Dave Blanch (diving, 142.20), Patrick Currie (100 freestyle, 53.39) and the 200 medley, 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relays.
Andover was scheduled to host Haverhill last Thursday and play at Haverhill on Saturday, but both games were cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns.
No makeup date was announced for the games last week, as the Golden Warriors were scheduled to return to the ice on Wednesday, hosting Chelmsford.