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Jack Belluche ’16

_After being sidelined for the previous games with a wrist injury, Jack Belluche ’16 played an integral role in Andover Football’s first victory of the season. With a two-interception, two-touchdown performance, Belluche led the team to a 20-6 victory against Cushing on Saturday. A self-described “utility man,” Belluche steps up to fill any position that…

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Football Remains Hungry For First Win

Dropping back in the pocket and stepping up, Travis Lane ’18 fired a pass to Rahmel Dixon ’17 down to Choate’s one-yard line. Moments later, Elijah Aladin ’15 punched the ball in from the goal line to notch Andover Football’s first points of the game with roughly two minutes to go in the fourth quarter….

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Rob Needham ’15: Football

Andover Football’s only four-year team member, Captain Rob Needham ’15, is leading the charge to finish out the season on a high note after a rocky start. Needham’s unparalleled work ethic has set him apart in his four years on the team, and he has not let his play drop. He is leading the team…

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Revamped Offense Still Falls to Kent

Brendon Misterman ’15 handled the kickoff, broke free from an opposing Kent player and took off down the sideline for an 82-yard kickoff return touchdown in the third quarter. Misterman’s score shifted the momentum in Andover Football’s favor against Kent on Saturday. The momentum was short-lived, however, as Andover was unable to get ahead of…

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Six Turnovers Plague Season Opener

Just before halftime, Matt Whalen ’16 jumped a route and brought down an interception to give Andover Football a chance to swing the momentum in its favor during its game against Loomis Chaffee last Saturday. After Whalen’s interception, Andover’s offense stalled out and was unable to capitalize on the opportunity, a common theme throughout the…

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