The latest member of the Heinze hockey dynasty is @text5:Leah Heinze@text5: of North Andover. The Pingree sophomore has eight goals and 14 assists in 23 games. She’s the daughter of @text5:Andy Heinze@text5:, the former North Andover and Merrimack College star who is now the head coach and GM of the Valley Junior Warriors.
Morgan Lumb@text5: became the fourth member of the North Andover girls 1,000-point club.
Nicole Zahoruiko@text5: (NA ‘09) leads with 1,199 points followed by @text5:Kristen Uttley@text5: (‘85) 1,122, @text5:Amanda Shannon @text5:(‘05) 1,058 and Lumb (‘13) 1,000 even heading into postseason.
More millennium clubbers
Coley Viselli@text5: became the fifth 1,000-point scorer (boy or girl) at Pentucket.
Her sister @text5:Ashley Viselli @text5:(Pentucket ‘10) leads with 1,230 points followed by @text5:Erin McNamara@text5: (‘10) 1,106, her brother @text5:Corey McNamara@text5: (‘12) 1,069, @text5:Mike Iola (@text5:‘05) 1,063 and Coley Viselli (‘13) 1,014.
Andover senior@text5: Brian Manning @text5:won every event and won the state gymnastics all-around title by a staggering 14.0 points. The State’s Senior Gymnast of the Year? You guessed it, Burlington’s @text5:Evan Burt@text5:. Why do coaches so often make a mockery out of awards?
Interestingly, the @text5:Passamontes @text5:of Pelham, senior @text5:Cassie@text5: and sophomore @text5:Sara@text5:, tied for 20th in the all-around at the N.H. State gymnastics meet. Both scored 31.175.@text5:
Cakes are baking
UTL birthday wishes go out to Central Catholic Hall of Famer @text5:John Rimas@text5: (turns 43 Friday), Endicott softball pitcher @text5:Meg Donegan@text5: of Atkinson and Central Catholic (turns 20 Friday) and Northeastern pitcher @text5:Chris Carmain@text5: of Methuen (turns 22 Saturday).
Distance running standouts @text5:Hannah Kimball@text5: from Timberlane and @text5:Amanda Szymanski @text5:from Londonderry both signed scholarships to UNH.
Senior @text5:Britt Hart @text5:of North Andover notched her 25th career win as Bryant beat Tennessee State 10-4 at Auburn. She allowed two runs in 6.1 innings.