Winter Warriors

TIM JEAN/Staff photoAndover's Michael Feeney, here trying to make a play against Central Catholic last winter, and the Golden Warriors have high hopes for 2018-19.

Boys Basketball

2017-18 season: 11-11, D1 North first round

Returning starters (4): Emmett Kim, 6-2, Sr., guard; Stephen Shaw, 6-3, Sr., forward; Kyle Rocker, 6-2, Jr., guard; Michael Slayton, 6-2, Jr., forward

Returning Lettermen: Rishi Srinivasan, 5-10, Sr., guard; Colin Kirkpatrick, 6-0, Sr., guard; Shamus Florio, 6-2, Jr., forward; John Marshall, 6-2, Jr., guard; Charlie McCarthy, 5-11, Jr., guard; Ryan Grecco, 6-2, Soph., center; Jack Cloutier, 6-1, Soph., guard

Promising Newcomers: Mark Bentley, 6-4, Jr., forward; Ryan Pacy, 5-11, Frosh., guard; Aidan Cammann, 6-5, Frosh., forward; Richie Shahtanian, 5-11, Frosh., guard

Captains: Emmett Kim, Stephen Shaw, Colin Kirkpatrick, Kyle Rocker

Returning scoring leaders: Emmett Kim 15.5 ppg, 46 3-pointers; Kyle Rocker 14.7 ppg, 37 3-pointers; Stephen Shaw 7.5 ppg; Colin Kirkpatrick 6.5 ppg, 36 3-pointers

Returning honorees: Emmett Kim All-MVC; Kyle Rocker HM All-MVC

Fast facts: Rishi Srinivasan scored a perfect 800 on his math SAT. ... Kyle Rocker is a junior quad-captain and Emmett Kim is a two-year captain. ... John Marshall is a BU lacrosse recruit and the younger brother of Florida State tight end Alex Marshall. ... New assistant Kyle Rillahan was with the Methuen girls program last year. ... Aidan Cammann is from a family of scholar-athletes: sister Emma (Georgetown swimming), mom Erin (Yale volleyball/swimming) and 6-8 dad Casey (first-team All-Ivy Yale basketball). ... Ryan Pacy is the brother of AHS girls player Alexa Pacy. ... Ryan Pacy and Aidan Cammann made the 5-player All-Frosh team in the North Andover Fall Ball League.

Assistant coaches: Carol Martini, Pat Murnane, Michael Trovato, Kyle Rillahan

Coach Dave Fazio: (30th year, 448-211)

Girls Basketball

2017-18 season: 11-11, lost in D1 quarters

Returning starters (4): Taylor Landry, 5-7, Sr., guard; Gia Bramanti, 6-1, Sr., forward; Megan Zalanskas, 5-9, Sr., forward; Shea Krekorian, 5-8, Jr., guard

Returning lettermen: Sarah Sullivan, 5-9, Sr., guard; Alexa Pacy, 5-8, Sr., guard; Brooke Hardock, 6-0, Jr., forward; Tatum Shaw, 5-8, Soph., guard

Newcomers: Paige Gillette, 5-7, Soph., guard; Isabelle Ferdinando, 5-8, Frosh, guard; Yaribel Peña, 5-6, Frosh., guard

Captains: Gia Bramanti

Returning scoring leaders: Gia Bramanti 13.7, Taylor Landry 9.5, Shea Krekorian 6.6

Returning honorees: Gia Bramanti, Taylor Landry All-MVC, Megan Zalanskas MVC All-Star

Fast facts: Andover returns its top six scorers. ... Tatum Shaw helped her club team, Evolution Elite 2021, to the Adidas Silver Gauntlet 15U girls basketball championship in Atlanta over the summer. ... Volleyball coach Kerri O’Dea has re-joined the coaching staff. She previously served as an assistant coach under E.J. Perry and Jim Tildsley and was a member of the Golden Warriors’ 2003 Division 1 state title hoops team.

Assistants: Connor Arnold, Kerry Cashman, Kerri O’Dea, Eddie Abbott

Coach Alan Hibino: (2nd year, 11-11)

Boys hockey

2017-18: 13-7-2, lost Super 8 first round

Returning lettermen: Matt Schuhwerk, Sr., forward; Patrick Archambault, Sr., forward; Alex Trottier, Sr., goalie; Alex Weinreb, Sr., defense; Michael Feeney, Jr., forward; Evan Arpin, Jr., forward; Jackson Gress, Jr., defense; Shane Lachance, Soph., forward; Sam Murray, Soph., forward; Steve Ingram, Soph., forward; Tommy Tavenner, Soph., defense

Promising newcomers: Tanner O’Sullivan, Soph., defense; Tyler Durling, Jr., defense; Leo Byers, Jr., forward; Anthony Teberio, Soph., defense; Anton Pace, Soph., forward; Anthony Previte, Soph., forward; Timmy Kobelski, Soph., forward; Jake Brezner, Soph., goalie; Sean Curtis, Frosh., defense; JJ Quill, Frosh., goalie

Captains: TBA

Returning goal leaders: Michael Feeney 7, Matt Schuhwerk 5, Shane Lachance 5, Steve Ingram 4

Returning honorees: Michael Feeney All-MVC

Assistants: Peter Loring, Steve Belmonte, Anthony Licciardello, Scott Lachance, Gary Brown

Fast facts: The Warriors’ Super 8 berth was the first in program history. ... All-Scholastic goalie Cole Chingris transferred to Proctor after recording 8 shutouts last year. ... Among the 73 candidates that tried out for the school’s three programs, 23 are sophomores and the team returns only four seniors.

Coach Chris Kuchar: (6th year, 52-24-13)

Girls hockey

2017-18: 12-6-5, lost D1 quarterfinals

Returning lettermen: Callie Willey, Sr., forward; Emily Wagner, Sr., forward; Emma Gilmartin, Sr., forward; Katie Adams, Sr., defense; Sean D’Urso, Sr., goalie; Laura Olson, Sr., defense; Madeline McLean, Sr., forward; Sara Carleo, Jr., defense; Hannah Rowe, Jr., forward; Kate Gemmell, Jr., forward; Kelsey Dennehy, Soph., forward; Hannah Medwar, Soph., forward; Lilly Reeves, Soph., forward

Promising newcomers: Sami Sylvester, Sr., forward; Lauren Adams, Frosh., center

Captains: Emma Gilmartin, Callie Willey

Returning goal leaders: Callie Willey 8, Emma Gilmartin 5, Emily Wagner 4

Returning honorees: Sean D’Urso All-MVC

Assistants: Tyler Vigue, Meagan Keefe

Fast facts: Sean D’Urso is a two-time Eagle-Tribune All-Star goalie and recorded five shutouts last year. ... Hannah Medwar is a two-time Eagle-Tribune field hockey All-Star. She scored the double-OT game-winner in this fall’s Division 1 North semifinals and winner in last year’s Division 1 North final.. ... Lilly Reeves isn’t available to start the season while recovering from knee surgery in a lacrosse injury last spring. ... First-year assistant Meagan Keefe is a former field hockey, ice hockey and lacrosse star for Andover High (class of 2013). She went on to play lacrosse at UMass Amherset.

Coach Kevin Drew: (5th year, 39-36-11)


 2017-18 season: 13-8

Returning starters (8): Patrick Fragala, Sr., 195/220; Noah Krueger, Sr., 145/152; Ethan Coyle, Sr., 285; David LaPointe, Sr., 160/170; Kelvin Davila, Jr. 152; Brendan Major, Jr., 170/182; Daonysos Hatzigiannis, Soph., 106; Sean Ballou, Soph., 152/160

Returning lettermen: Nick Dalton, Sr., 220; Matt McGregor, Sr., 132/138; Lukas Kaufman-LaDuc, Jr., 126/132; Sean Hellman, Jr., 113; Elias Maita, Jr., 145

Promising newcomers: Quaid Johnson, Soph., 152/160; Nendoe Caleb Gleekia, Soph., 145/152; Luciano Robbins, Soph., 145/152; James Archambault, Frosh., 106/113; Max McNeeley, Frosh., 106/113; Theodore Krueger, Frosh., 120/126; Miles Fraser, Frosh., 132; Jonathan Davila, Frosh., 138; Yasser Maita, Frosh., 220Candidates: 26; Captains: Noah Krueger, Patrick Fragala, Ethan Coyle

Fast facts: Andover has three sets of brothers: Noah and Theodore Krueger, Kelvin and Jonathan Davila and Elias and Yasser Maita. ... Ethan Coyle, who was fourth in D1 North tournament at 220, is coming off a strong football season. ... Kelvin Davila was third in the sectional last year. ... Expected returning starter Josh Paige moved to New York. ... Freshman James Archambault is the son of Georgetown High coach Ryan Archambault.

Assistant coaches: Ken Najem

Coach Mike Bolduc: (4th year, 33-41-2)


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