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Boys Squash Falls to Deerfield
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Boys Squash Falls to Deerfield

After a hard backhand rail that forced his opponent to hit a crosscourt lob, Jack Lee ’20 gently dropped the ball into the opposite corner, securing the only victory for Andover Boys Squash in a tough match against Deerfield. After the 6-1 loss, the team’s record now stands at 2-3. Captain David Tsai ’18 said,…

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Boys Squash Split Two Matches

Catching his opponent off guard with a rail, Captain David Tsai ’18 intercepted the weak return shot and dropped a boast into the front corner to win his match. This win was one of many that propelled Andover Boys Squash to a 5-2 victory against Milton. After a 5-2 loss against Brooks on Thursday, the…

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Boys Split First Two Games

After forcing his opponent out of position, fourth seed Xander Schwartz ’19 skillfully dropped the ball in the opposite corner from his opponent to clinch his match. His victory secured a 4-3 victory for Andover Boys Squash against Choate on Saturday. Later in the week, the team fell 7-0 to Belmont Hill, bringing its season…

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Boys Squash Gets Swept in Two Straight Losses

In its last match before Interschols, Andover Boys Squash suffered a 7-0 defeat against Phillips Exeter Academy on Wednesday. On Monday, Andover was also swept 7-0 by Brooks. The two losses this week dropped the team’s record to 4-12. In the team’s last matchup against Exeter at the beginning of February, it was missing both…

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Andover Enters Nationals as Underdog

With the final game of his match tied up at 3-3, fourth seed Jerry Yang ’17 raised his racquet and smashed the ball into the back of the court out of his opponent’s reach to win the point. Yang fought his opponent for the advantage throughout his extremely long match, which lasted five games, and…

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