Girls Soccer, Swimming, and Field Hockey Stay Undefeated
All three teams came away with wins yesterday.
With a 4-0 blanking of Haverhill, the Lady Warriors soccer team improved its record to 5-0-1.
The Warriors have not given up a goal in their past five games (all wins).
Emily Van Antwerp, Hannah LeBlanc, Devon Caveney, and Sophie Draper all scored for the Warriors. Goalkeeper Emily Wilson did not even face a shot on goal.
The Warriors look to try and stay undefeated at Central Catholic tomorrow.
A 6-0 win over the Lawrence Lancers helped the field hockey team improve to 3-0 on the season.
Andover has not given up a goal in its three games this season against Tewksbury, Methuen, and now Lawrence.
Manchester Essex visits AHS for a game tonight at 7pm.
Andover beat Reading in a meet yesterday by the score of 103-67. The win improves Andover's record to 4-0 on the year.
Ashlee and Alexa Korsberg each had impressive days accounting for many of the Warriors' points.
Andover's next meet is Friday at Lowell.
The Warriors played to a 2-2 draw against Central Catholic yesterday afternoon in Lawrence. It was Andover's second straight tie and set the Warriors' record at 2-1-3.
Pat O'Sullivan and Alex Wagner each found the back of the net in this one. Josh Chevalier came up with 7 saves.
Andover hosts Billerica tomorrow night at 7pm.
The boys and girls cross country teams host Methuen at 3:30pm.
The boys golf team hosts Billerica at 3:30pm.
The girls volleyball team is playing at Milfrod at 5:30pm.
The field hockey team hosts Manchester Essex under the lights at 7pm.
O-Zone Lock of the Week
Last week, the O-Zone predicted the Andover football team would beat Gloucester, and they did so in convincing fashion.
The O-Zone now has a 13-2 career record predicting Golden Warriors games.
This week, Andover's matchup is against Tewksbury. The Warriors and Redmen do battle on Saturday afternoon at 1:30, and once again, the O-Zone predicts a Warriors win.