Boys Basketball

Luke Gordos PG’21 Reflects on Canceled Season

Boys Basketball Eyes Championship Run with Deeper Team Despite Covid Restrictions

Boys Basketball Upsets Exeter in Playoffs, Falls to Hotchkiss in Semifinals

Boys Basketball Co-Captain Dallion Johnson ’20 Awarded Massachusetts Gatorade Player of the Year

Boys Basketball to Face Exeter For First Time This Season

Boys Basketball Clinches Playoff Berth With Wins Against Pingree and Deerfield

Boys Basketball Splits Two Close Games, Dominates Against Kents Hill

Boys Basketball Slams Deerfield and Milton With Strong Offense

‘Assistant Coach’ Matteo Whelton Leads With Passion Despite Being Injured

Talented JV Boys Basketball Team Looks To Extend Its “Dirty” Winning Streak

All-Time Scoring Leader Dallion Johnson ’20 Leads the Team in His Third Year as Captain

Athlete of the Week: Sam Kumler ’21 Is Andover’s Best Rebounder

Head Coach Terrell Ivory ’00 Coaches to ‘Break Bad Habits and Build Good Habits’

Boys Basketball Bounces Back With Dominant Win Over Tabor

Johnson Breaks Record; Andover Defeats Choate

Andover “Looking for Revenge” After Losing to Exeter by One Point Earlier This Season

Boys Dominate in Two Consecutive Games

Co-Captain Dallion Johnson ’20 Surpasses 1,000 Career Points

Second Half Surge Fuels Victory Over Thayer

Boys Basketball Blow Out Nobles, Fall to Loomis and Tilton

Head Coach Feature: Head Coach Terrell Ivory ’00 Utilizes Collegiate and Professional Basketball Experience

Co-Captain Feature: Matteo Whelton ’20 Brings Experience from his Time on the Swiss U18 National Team

Co-Captain Feature: Head Coach Terrell Ivory ’00 Compares Co-Captain Dallion Johnson ’20 to Stephen Curry

Athlete of the Week: 6’6” Nick Thomas ’21 Lends Physicality on Court

Andover Topples Previously Undefeated Worcester Academy in OT Thriller

Andover Boys Basketball Secures Comeback Against Tabor

Boys Display Offensive Prowess with 29-point Victory Over St. Marks

Andover Boys Basketball off to Undefeated Start with Wins Over St. George’s, Holderness

Boys Basketball Suffers Close O.T. Loss

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