Boys Cross Country

Boys Cross Country, Fall Sports, Sports

Boys Earn Second-Place Finish at Interschols

Supported by a third overall finish from Captain Ethan McIntosh ’15, Andover Boys Cross Country took second out of 15 teams at the NEPSTA Division 1 Championships (Interschols) this past Sunday at the Hotchkiss School. McIntosh, along with the first and second overall finishers, broke the Hotchkiss course record. McIntosh’s 15:58 finish was his second…

Boys Cross Country, Fall Sports, Sports

Boys Falter in Nailbiter Race

Racing through slush and slippery slopes, Ethan McIntosh ’15 ran the fastest time of his career en route to a first place finish at Exeter, breaking 16:00 for the first time. McIntosh’s performance was part of a nail-biting 29-27 Andover Boys Cross Country loss to Exeter. Andover has lost to Exeter four years in a…

Boys Cross Country, Fall Sports, Sports

Boys Reign on Home Course

Fueled by a large crowd of family and friends celebrating Andover’s annual Family Weekend, Andover Boys Cross Country darted to a strong 15-47 victory over Deerfield. The race was the Seniors’ last race on the home course. Andover’s Seniors are Tejas Arya ’15, Tom Burnett ’15, Arthur Doran ’15, John Gorton ’15, Keton Kakkar ’15,…

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Boys Race to First Place Finish at NMH

After ten days of vigorous training in practice, Andover runners claimed four of the five top finishes, sprinting to a 20-41 victory over Northfield Mount Hermon (NMH) on an exceptionally hilly course last Saturday. Captain Ethan McIntosh ’15 led Andover’s push, finishing in second place with a time of 17:02. His finish marked the 14th…

Boys Cross Country, Fall Sports, Sports

Boys Finish Second Behind Exeter

Captain Ethan McIntosh ’15 raced across the field hockey field at Northfield Mount Hermon (NMH) to finish the NMH Invitational 5K course in 17:25, earning him a fourth-place finish in the penta-meet. McIntosh’s top finish allowed Andover Boys Cross Country to finish in second place with 50 points, beating out Loomis Chaffee, NMH, Cushing and…

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