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Jamie Chen    Thursday, May 2, 2013
Andover Ultimate’s strong mental strategy carried the team through a total of six games at the Andover Invitational last Sunday, including an impressive rebound performance of three decisive victories after three consecutive losses. After a slow start to the six-game tournament on Sunday, Andover remained positive, reacted quickly and translated the learning experience onto the field and into play to work cohesively. The team struggled to orient itself and find its rhythm in the first...
Eden Livingston    Thursday, May 2, 2013
At this past weekend’s Andover Invitational, Andover Golf placed second out of eight teams with a four-score total of 309, beaten only by Deerfield, who broke the tournament record with a score of 299. Tyler Tsay ’15 posted a remarkable score of 74, including five birdies. “He’s played well in all of our stroke play matches this season, and he continues to show why he deserves to play number one,” said Kavan Canekeratne ‘14. The rest of the team also shot well with Casey Durant ’14 and...
Pat Daly    Thursday, May 2, 2013
Andover Baseball showed outstanding offensive talent this week, cruising past Northfield Mount Hermon in a double header and continuing its streak against Brooks. In the three games this week, the team scored a total of 35 runs. “We had a really good week, we were hitting on all cylinders during practice leading up the games and it directly translated in our play,” said Tim Salvadore ’15. Andover’s closest game of the week came in the first half of the double header when it defeated NMH 2-0...
Victoria Bergeron    Thursday, May 2, 2013
This past Saturday, Andover Boys Crew beat Boston College (BC) High and Salisbury in six out of the seven races held, allowing all boats in the program improve their records. After a week of experimenting with new lineups, B1 used its fresh chemistry to row a strong race, pulling away from the other boats in the first 1,000 meters. “With our lineup not having been set until late Thursday, the eight of us saw the race as a test of the new, highly altered boat,” said Marc Sevastopoulo ’15...
Cam Kerry    Thursday, May 2, 2013
After dropping a 6-13 loss to a strong Deerfield over the weekend, Andover Boys Lacrosse bounced back with a crushing 17-8 win over Tabor on Wednesday. Deerfield, ranked 11th in the country by laxpower.com, took down Andover on a Saturday night showdown at Phelps Stadium. Deerfield was firing at all cylinders and took an eight to one halftime lead. “Overall, we can’t be disappointed with the way we played. Our defense made some great stops, but in the end, they did to us exactly what we...
Isabel Taylor    Thursday, May 2, 2013
Thanks to another win this Saturday against Northfield Mount Herman (NMH), Andover Boys Volleyball is now ranked number one in the Founding-Four League and on a promising trajectory to take the title of North Eastern Champion. Ji Tae Park ’14, a libero, said, “The team played very well against NMH, and I think the fact that we beat them 3-0 and did not let them take any sets off us just shows how much we have improved as a team in only a couple of weeks.” “We lost to NMH the first time we...
Kailash Sundaram    Thursday, May 2, 2013
Co-Captain Kayla Maloney ’13 proved untouchable this past Wednesday, throwing a no-hitter in Andover Softball’s 8-0 victory over Exeter. Andover faced Cushing and Tabor in a double-header on Saturday and Concord-Carlisle on Monday, coming through with wins at all three games. Against Exeter, Maloney threw 21 first pitch strikes and accumulated 12 strikeouts over seven innings. Maloney’s bid for a perfect game was ended by an Andover fielding error. Andover’s eight-run outburst in...
Isabel Taylor    Thursday, May 2, 2013
Coach of Girls Varsity Field Hockey, Girls Junior Varsity Ice Hockey and Girls Varsity Lacrosse, Kate Dolan has coached a total of 72 seasons since she began working at Andover 24 years ago. “In that time, I’ve learned that as a coach, you are trying to teach important life skills and you should be a good role model,” said Dolan. “You are just trying to show kids how to be part of a group and how to work together,” she added. Coach Dolan played field hockey in high school and both...
Ryan Simard    Thursday, May 2, 2013
This week the Boys A Division riders raced well at the Exeter Time Trials, finishing with a sixth place finish by Logan Blaine ’14 and Ian Whittall ’14, and a ninth place finish by Captain Sean Burkitt ’14 and Nicholas Swenson ’15. Whittall and Blaine finished with an impressive time of 25:29.8, which rivaled that of the fourth and fifth place finishers. Burkitt and Swenson finished with a time of 25:58.0. The girls team continued to dominate the A Division with a second place finish by...
Payton Jancsy    Thursday, May 2, 2013
After topping Taft 12-8, Andover Girls Lacrosse captured its fourth win in a row against Governor’s Academy 12-7 on Wednesday. Led by Captain Hailey Novis ’13 and Caroline Garrity ’15, the team relied on its speed and strong offensive play against Governor’s. On Saturday, Andover played one of its most difficult games of the season and beat Taft 12-8. Intensity has been a big theme for the team so far this season. The team know that to be successful, it needs to bring intensity and...
Andrew Zheng    Thursday, May 2, 2013
Andover Boys Tennis traveled to Maryland this past weekend where the team captured an impressive second place finish in the New England Mid Atlantic (NEMA) invitational. Out of the 16 teams that competed in the tournament, Andover was awarded the Team Sportsmanship Award. The Haverford School came in the first place, only seven points ahead of Andover. In the first singles draw, Captain Alasdair McClintic ’13 won his match 6-0, 6-3 but was bested in the quarterfinals, losing 6-0, 6-2. His...
Savannah Mastragelo    Thursday, May 2, 2013
Andover Girls Tennis had many ups and downs this week with wins against BB...

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