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Jordan Johnson    Sunday, April 3, 2011
With a strong core of returners, Andover looks to avenge their extra inning loss to Tabor in the Big East Tournament Championship last year. Andover will hurt from the graduation of last year’s post graduate, Tristan Moone ’10 . Co-Captain, Sarah Onorato ’11 said, “Not having Moone will be a big loss for us. She was the type of pitcher who could get twenty strikeouts in a game. The pitchers we have this season though are also very strong, but have different strengths, so our team will have to...
Alexi Bell    Sunday, April 3, 2011
Despite frigid weather, Andover Boys Crew crammed seven rows into three days of preseason last week. “All of the crews used the time productively and started to really get back into the racing season,” said Julian Danziger ’11. After B1’s third place finish and B2’s first place finish in the New England Interscholastic Rowing Associations (NEIRA’s) race last year, the team looks to improve this year. “Our overarching goal this year would be to win the Team Trophy at Interschols, which is...
Nikhil Baradwaj    Sunday, April 3, 2011
Andover Boys Tennis looks for redemption this season after a tough loss to Hotchkiss in last year’s New England semifinal. Andover hopes to see big contribution from its four returning seniors. Co-Captains Peter Heidrich ’11 and Mark Adamsson ’11, Michael Kontaxis ‘11 and Hunter Schlacks ’11. Kontaxis and Schlacks add to Andover’s already formidable lineup with experience. Kontaxis is excited about this year’s prospects. He said, “Since lower year, we’ve (Class of ’11) all been...
Sahil Bhaiwala    Sunday, April 3, 2011
After a tough season last year, Andover golf looks to bounce back strong with the help of a few key returners and some promising newcomers. Co-Captains Chris Kerrigan ’11 and Ben Ho ’11 will lead the team with their seven years of combined varsity experience. “Last year we lost to Deerfield and Exeter, our two biggest rivals,” said Coach Faulk. “But this year I think we have the tools we need to have a very strong season and even win the Witherspoon Cup which is awarded to the winner of...
Brian Hanafin    Sunday, April 3, 2011
With a strong group of returners, Andover Ultimate looks to repeat its success from last season. Andover is coming off of a 12-6 record from 2010, including winning the New England Championship and qualifying for the A division of the Amherst tournament, a tournament that includes some of the best teams in the country. Led by Co-Captains Turner Shaw ’11 and Thomas Armstrong ’11, Andover looks to go just as hard this year as they did last year. “Despite the fact that we graduated six seniors...
Greg Cameron    Sunday, April 3, 2011
After a double overtime victory against Exeter to cap off last season, Andover Boys Lacrosse looks to pick up where they left off this year. Coming off a decent 8-7 season in 2010, this year’s team, led by Co-Captains Jay Dolan ’11 and Will Walker ’11, hopes to have a much more dominant season. The team will have to work hard to make up for the loss of some very talented players. “We graduated nearly our entire defense and some stars in the midfield,” said Walker, a Harvard-committed attack...
Jack Mcgeachie    Sunday, April 3, 2011
After a successful spring training trip to Cocoa Beach, Florida and a 10-8 season last spring, Andover Baseball looks to come into the season strong. After last year’s great season, the team hopes to finish in the top four of its league and make it up to the semifinals. “With ten seniors on the team this season, not only will we have a talented core at the top of the lineup, but we’ll have a lot of experience,” said Captain Chris Cameron ’11. “This is a huge advantage given the complex...
Kristin Mendez    Sunday, April 3, 2011
Equipped with a strong core of returning seniors, Andover Girls Lacrosse plans to live up to the standards set by last year’s team that finished the 2010 season with an amazing 12-2-1 record. As the team gets back into a rhythm and the players continue to work on skills, the natural athleticism and talent of the team should carry it through a promising season. Coaches Kate Dolan and Martha Fenton are still finalizing the roster, but they are confident in the abilities of the returners to lead...
Kevin Fung    Sunday, April 3, 2011
Led by a dedicated group of returning seniors, Andover Girls Crew has both the talent and experience to be the powerhouse in the league this spring, hoping to live up to the high expectations garnered after G1’s first place finish at NEPSACs last year. “Everyone is stronger, better, and faster than last year, and ready to take our speed to the next level. With such a motivated team and a small number of seniors graduating last year, this team has an incredible amount of untapped potential,”...
Jordan Johnson    Sunday, April 3, 2011
It was a record breaking day at the New England Championships on Saturday March 6, as Amy Zhao ’14 set a new school record in the 100 yard fly and Lilybet MacRae ’13 set a new New England record in diving. In the end, Andover Girls Swimming finished runner-up to Exeter in the championship. Four hundred female swimmers gathered on Exeter’s pool deck for the championships, and by the end of the meet Exeter’s score tallied to 349 points while the Andover squad fell just short with a score of 325...
Nikhil Baradwaj    Sunday, April 3, 2011
Andover Boys Swimming dominated the New England Championships earlier this month (on March 5) en route to a second straight New England title and another undefeated season. The final score of 461 set a new school record and eclipsed last year’s New England winning mark by 25 points. Outstanding swims from Andover’s relay earned the team several All American honors. Derrick Choi ’12, Matt Mahoney ’11, Conor Deveney ’11, and Alex Nanda ’11 automatically qualified for All-American with a...

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