Girls Track

Andover athletes earned three individual victories and four more runner-up finishes as the Golden Warriors took third as a team at the Merrimack Valley Conference Meet on Saturday with 99 points. The meet was held at Andover’s Eugene V. Lovely Field.

Andover’s Kathleen Yates won the discus (102-5), Olivia Foster won the pole vault (10-0) and Kayla DiBenedetto took first in the 800 (2:22.59).

Michaela Buckley added a second-place finish in the 400 hurdles (67.89), Sara Folan was second in the javelin (105-6) and Molly Kiley took silver in the 2-mile (11:34.84). The 4x100 relay also took second (52.17).

Peyton Leventhal chipped in with a third in the 200 (27.06) while Shayla Quill and Gabby Bresnick tied for third in the pole vault (9-0). Yates was fourth in the javelin (91-8).


Giordano does it all

Freshman pitcher Jackie Giordano earned the win while going 4 for 4 at the plate with two runs scored and two RBIs to lead Andover past Haverhill 6-5 on Friday. Paige Gillette added two hits and two RBIs and Morgan Shirley had two hits, scored a run and drove in one more for the winners.


Alyssa Sellinger was 3 for 3 with an RBI and a run scored as Andover beat Chelmsford 5-2 last Tuesday. Adelaide Weeden and Paige Gillette each added two hits and an RBI and Molly Duval chipped in with two hits of her own for the winners.


Ritter rules

Winning pitcher Aidan Ritter went the first six innings with seven strikeouts and helped his cause with four hits, two RBIs and a run as Andover beat Haverhill 7-3 last Wednesday. Nolan Schirmer added two hits and three RBIs and Scotty Brown had two hits and scored three runs for the winners.


Nolan Schirmer was 2 for 2 with three RBIs as Andover topped Chelmsford 8-3 last Tuesday. Anthony Teberio added two RBIs while Aidan Ritter added two hits, scored two runs and drove in one for the winners.


Mahesri scored key pin

Hussain Mahesri had a key pin at 170 pounds and Yasser Maita get the clinching points with a 7-4 decision at heavyweight despite being outweighed by 60 pounds as Andover rallied from a 27-6 deficit to beat Chelmsford 31-27 on Friday.


Nicholas Archambault needed just 40 seconds to score a pin at 120 pounds, as Andover beat North Andover 45-33 last Tuesday. Alec O’Brien (138) toughed out a pin in 3:21, while Sean Ballou (182) and Connor Sheehan (170) each had a pin in 3:30 and Jack Osborne scored an 8-2 decision at heavyweight.

Boys Tennis

Stellar debut

In their first match together, Nate Gellman and Abhay Yajurvedi teamed for a 6-0, 6-2 victory at No. 2 doubles to help Andover beat Chelmsford 5-0 on Friday. The Golden Warriors improved to 11-0.


Reilly O’Brien rolled to a 6-0, 6-0 victory at first singles, and Andover beat Chelmsford 5-0 last Wednesday. Avi Janarthanan and Joe Colecchi added singles victories for the Warriors.

Girls Tennis

Wang scores No. 1 win

Jennie Wang stepped up for her first victory at No. 1 singles, as Andover beat North Andover 5-0. Rachel Chen and Evie O’Brien added singles wins for the Warriors, who improved to 12-0.


Eva McKone and Carol Yu scored a 6-1, 6-1 win at No. 1 doubles and Sonika Chaudhary and Elysia Yu took a 6-1, 6-4 win at No. 2 double as Andover beat Chelmsford 5-0 on Friday.


Isabel Zhou, Jennie Wang and Rachel Chen each scored a singles sweep as Andover topped Chelmsford 5-0 last Wednesday.


Chanthaboun leads the way

Owen Chanthaboun tallied team-highs in service points (14) and blocks (5) as Andover downed Haverhill 3-1 last Wednesday. Akshay Godhani added 37 assists and Edward Lai had 16 digs for the winners.

Boys Track

Maher, Walsh take bronze

Kyran Maher placed took third in the pole vault (11-0) and DJ Walsh was third in the mile (4:35.36) to lead Andover at the Merrimack Valley Conference Meet on Saturday. Conor Moses (javelin), Steve Tcheouafei (long jump) and Colin Kirn (800) took fifths and Matt Serrano (2-mile) was sixth.

Boys Lacrosse

MacLean nets three

Despite three goals for Colin MacLean, Andover lost to Chelmsford 9-6 last Wednesday. Anton Pace, Campbell Allardi and Ethan Ruvido each added a goal for the Warriors.

Girls Lacrosse

Farnham, Gobiel score two

Lily Farnham and Tess Gobiel each scored twice, but Andover lost to Chelmsford 12-7 on Friday. Jack Brussard, Hailey Doherty and Lauren Adams each scored once.


Haley Carver scored twice, but Andover fell to Chelmsford 18-4 last Wednesday. Erica Flowers and Vanessa Pierni each scored one goal.


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