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Nikhil Baradwaj    Thursday, March 3, 2011
The Green Team, led by a strong performance from Drew D’Alelio ’12, defeated the Gray Team in the Cluster Basketball Championships, 52-40. The Green Team also defeated the first seeded Red Team in the semifinals en route to its championship. The Intramural Basketball playoffs consisted of a three round tournament with all six teams competing. The top two seeds in the playoffs, the Red Team and Gray Team, received first round byes. In the championship game, after struggling in the first...
Kristin Mendez    Thursday, March 3, 2011
Eight penalties proved costly to the Girls Hockey team against Exeter in a physical 2-0 loss last Saturday. Andover stepped out on the ice strong during the first period, setting up many scoring opportunities, but was unable to capitalize on any. By the buzzer rang to signal the end of the first period, both teams headed to the locker room scoreless. “It was very, very even throughout the whole game, and we had a lot of good chances to score and a lot of good movement,” said Cara Daly ’13...
Alexi Bell    Thursday, March 3, 2011
After seven hard-fought draws and several match victories from Amanda Howland ’11, June Supapannachart ’11 and Midori Ishizuki ’11, Andover Girls Squash finished the New England Interscholastic Tournament 13th place overall last weekend, improving the team’s ranking by two places from its original seed. Captain Amanda Howland ’11, third on Andover’s ladder, finished with the best rank on the team in 10th place. Crushing Westover and Exeter, Howland completed her final season at Andover on a...
Cam Morose    Thursday, March 3, 2011
Stellar individual performances from Seniors Hunter Schlacks, Jared Curtis, Luke Hansen and Teddy Drake propelled Andover Boys Squash to a respectable fifth place finish out of 14 teams in the B draw of the NEISA Interscholastic squash tournament on Saturday. Schlacks finished off his career as Andover’s #1 seed with a fourth place finish in his individual bracket, earning 11 points for his performance. In his draw, Schlacks battled some extremely athletic and talented players and held his...
Greg Cameron    Thursday, March 3, 2011
Thomas Palleschi ’12 led Andover Boys Basketball to a vital playoff win against Kent with 26 points on Wednesday. The team won 68-64. “I just went out there and played like it was the last game if the season, just like everyone on the team,” Palleschi said. The team took this mentality into the game, especially into the first half, commanding the court. Andover went into the second half with a comfortable lead, and increased its lead to 19 points with four minutes remaining in the...
Sahil Bhaiwala    Thursday, March 3, 2011
Leah Humes ’12 and Megan Robertson ’11 combined for 24 points on Saturday to lead Andover to a formidable 38-24 victory against a hostile crowd at Exeter. After the win, however, Andover faced a much tougher team in New Hampton in their first playoff game, and suffered a devastating 47-33 loss. Andover controlled the Exeter game from the opening tip-off, jumping out to a 13-5 lead behind Robertson’s scoring and aggressive defense that prevented Exeter from scoring any easy baskets. In the...
Jack McGeachie    Thursday, March 3, 2011
Despite two early goals from TJ Hickey ’11 and Andrew Sullivan ’11, Andover fell to Exeter, 7-3 this past Saturday. Down by a goal early, Andover did not give up any ground to the hard-hitting home squad, fighting back and scoring two goals of its own before time could expire in the first. With three minutes remaining in the period, Hickey stepped up to the plate, taking the puck down the right side and then firing the puck right past the Exeter goalie. Minutes later, Sullivan also took...
Tobi Coker    Thursday, March 3, 2011
This past weekend, six Andover wrestlers, Co-Captain Ryan Gaiss ’11, Co-Captain Colton Dempsey ’12, Will Park ’11, Robert Palmer ’11, Sven Lerner ’13 and Christian Vallis ’14 traveled down to Lehigh University (PA) to compete in the 79th annual National Prep School Wrestling Tournament. The event was highlighted by three individual place winners as Big Blue racked up 38 points, allowing for a 21st place finish out of a competitive 120 team field. Gaiss, Dempsey and Vallis all finished in the...
Cam Morose    Thursday, February 24, 2011
Despite a clutch kill shot that gave Alex Demeulenaere ’13 a win in his match, Andover Boys Squash suffered a 6-1 loss to a tough Brooks opponent last Thursday. Teddy Drake ’11 at #4, and Alec Buck ’13 at #6 both lost in hard-fought five game encounters. Drake mounted a comeback in his match by mixing his lobs shots with cross-court kills to keep his opponent off balance. Buck used his deep rails to force his opponent into a defensive position. After the tough loss, Andover traveled to...
Greg Cameron    Thursday, February 24, 2011
Ryan Hartung ’12 scored an astounding 31 points, with seven three-pointers, against Brimmer...
Sahil Bhaiwala    Thursday, February 24, 2011
Captain Megan Robertson ’11 produced another double-double against Northfield Mount Herman on Friday as she poured in 17 points and 10 rebounds to lead Andover to a decisive victory at home. On Friday, Andover jumped out to what was arguably their best start to a game this season. Andover’s 20-2 early lead came at a vital time in the season as this was another game that held playoff implications. Andover’s passing, led by Leah Humes ’12, elevated to another level during this game, as the...
Nikhil Baradwaj    Thursday, February 24, 2011
Hitting the wall at 1:42.76, Jun Oh ’12 broke the Andover-Exeter record and pool record in the 200 yard freestyle against Exeter on Wednesday, propelling Andover to a comfortable victory in its final dual meet of the year. This victory was supplemented by Oh’s A-E record in the 500 yard freestyle, and another A-E record in the 200 yard medley relay from Conor Deveney ’11, Alex Smachlo ’11, Alex Nanda ’11, and Matt Mahoney ’11. The team also cruised to victory over Suffield last Friday to...

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