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Payton Jancsy    Thursday, October 24, 2013
Eva Toffoloni: P.Daly/ThePhillipian With less than five seconds left in the first half versus Northfield Mount Hermon (NMH), Lexi Davidson ’17 fed the ball into the circle, where Eva Toffoloni ’15 passed to Julia Marcus ’15, who banged it home to secure a 3-1 win. Andover dominated NMH, outshooting the opposing team 13-3, with 21 offensive corners to NMH’s three. While holding its opponent to one shot in the first half, Andover capitalized on two of its eight shots. Eva...
Ryan Simard    Thursday, October 24, 2013
Nick Faulkner ’16 and Marc Sevastapoulo ’15 whipped shot after shot past the St. John’s goalie last Saturday. The two combined for 12 goals in Andover’s 26-4 win. “St. John’s is not in our league, so going into the game we all felt relaxed,” said Co-Captain Travis Bouscaren ’14. “Not to say we weren’t pumped for the game, but there was less pressure on us, which I believe made us play better.” “Although we ended up winning very handsomely, we all learned that we play better water polo...
Cameron Kerry    Thursday, October 24, 2013
In Andover’s race against Northfield Mount Hermon (NMH) during Family Weekend, Andover Varsity Girls Cross Country had 14 runners cross the finish line before the second best runner from NMH, while the top seven JV runners finished within 37 seconds of each other. Anoush Shehadeh ’15 broke yet another course record. Shehadeh set the new record at an outstanding 17:18, a full 19 seconds faster than the previous record of 17:37. With dozens of parents and families watching, Andover runners...
Ryan Simard    Thursday, October 17, 2013
After Nick Faulkner ’16 ripped the ball into the goal with 15 seconds left on the clock in overtime, Loomis surged ahead to tie the game 13-13 with six seconds to spare. Despite Loomis’s last second heroics to tie the game, Andover finished with a 15-13 victory. Co-Captain Andrew Yang ’14 and Peter Fanikos ’14 netted the two unanswered goals in double overtime to secure the victory and a spot in the New England Championship play-offs for Andover. “Loomis was a pretty even match for us, but...
Payton Jancsy    Thursday, October 17, 2013
Nikoletta Toffoloni ’15 opened up the scoring as she capitalized on one of Andover’s 14 corners, finding a loose ball out front and banging it home less than five minutes into Field Hockey’s game against St. Paul’s. Andover dominated St. Paul’s from start to finish, winning the game in decisive fashion 4-1, and outshotting St. Paul’s 19-1. The match against St. Paul’s marked the beginning of this week’s trend of leadership from Eva Toffoloni ’15, Nikoletta Toffoloni ’15 and Katerina...
Savannah Mastrangelo    Thursday, October 17, 2013
With his team already up 2-1 over Milton, Dylan Mott ’15 headed in a cross from Alex Dziadosz ’16 at the back post to secure Andover’s eighth win of the season. Andover continued its effective offensive play against both Tilton and Milton this week, scoring a combined ten goals in just two games. Andover defeated Tilton 7-0 and Milton 3-1. “Our overall offensive posture was marked by our finishing precision and scoring at the right times of the game. Sealing one more victory and one more...
Victoria Bergeron    Thursday, October 17, 2013
Zoe Chazen ’14 stormed down the field, weaved through three defenders and crossed the ball in the air to find Co-Captain Hannah Guzzi ’14, who finished off the play with a diving header to the top right corner of the net in the middle of the second half of Andover Girls Soccer game on Wednesday against Governor’s. Guzzi’s goal solidified Andover’s 2-1 away victory over Governor’s, a previously undefeated team. This was one of two times that Andover has ruined a team’s undefeated record this...
Pranav Tadikonda    Thursday, October 17, 2013
After an intense footrace in the final minute of the game, Michael Moore ’14 tackled a Cushing player who broke away from the pack on Andover’s 5-yard line. Moore’s tackle saved a potential game-tying touchdown and set up a last-minute goal-line stand that clinched Andover Football’s fourth straight victory. Andover’s defense denied Cushing on three straight plays from inside the 5-yard line, and walked away with a 7-0 win to keep their four-game winning streak intact. Andover’s offense...
Phillipian Sports Staff CXXXVI    Thursday, October 17, 2013
Co-Captains Amy Morin ’14 and Hannah Sorkin ’14 are defending Andover Field Hockey’s net well, leading the team to a five-game winning streak with a 7-1-1 record. Both Morin and Sorkin are defensive players who have been on the team for three years. Morin is a four-year Senior from Lynnfield, Mass. As a three-year veteran, she leads the team by example. “[Amy] is committed to helping her teammates and she is an exemplary role model,” wrote Head Coach Kate Dolan in an e-mail to The Phillipian...
Phillipian Sports Staff CXXXVI    Thursday, October 17, 2013
  Ryder Stone:   When did you start playing football and why? Considering my first word was football, I’ve basically been playing my whole life. How is Andover football different from your old team? There’s a lot less Canadians, eh. If you could play for one NFL team, who would you play for? Dallas Cowboys. I was born and raised in Texas. I’ve been a fan as long as I can remember. Do you have any special superstitions? I’ve never really been a superstitious...
Isabella Haegg    Thursday, October 17, 2013
Leaping in the air, Susan Yun ’17 nailed consecutive serves to put Andover three points over Exeter 19-16. Yun’s serves gave Andover the momentum it needed to sweep Exeter 3-0 this past Wednesday. Yun replaced injured Captain Kate Wincek ’14, who had to leave the game after being stung by several bees in the third set. “Seeing Kate so upset was scary for a second. We all thought that she was really badly injured,” said Erica Shin ’16. “Susan stepped in and played phenomenally, especially...
Phillipian Sports Staff CXXXVI    Thursday, October 10, 2013
Although Ian Whittall ’14 has blazed as Andover Boys Cross Country’s lead runner for the past two seasons, his path to success is as humble as it is outstanding. Starting as part of the training pack as a new Lower, Whittall exceeded all expectations, competing in a JV time trial and continuing on to dominate the Varsity scene within the span of a month. His consistent first place titles this season, along with his determination and perseverance in the past three years, have established him as...

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