Beating the best
Andover sophomore Veronica Alois’ second-half goal was enough to hand Canton just its second loss of the season in girls soccer as the Golden Warriors earned a 1-0 victrory.
Owl boys 5th
Led by Liam Kimball, the Timberlane boys cross country team placed an impressive fifth out of 32 teams at the Brown University championship. Kimball was 16th overall in 16:46 on the 5K course. Also running well for the Owls in 24th were James Busi (16:58), Peter Saviano (28th, 17:01) and Tyler DeChane (39th, 17:09).
In the girls race, Lauren Oligny came in 21st in 19:48.
Jacquelyn Leone took a pass from Weezie Gross and beat the goalie for the lone score of the game midway through the second half as Andover field hockey avenged its only loss of the season, beating Central Catholic 1-0.
Phillips Academy sophomore Anoush Shehadeh broke the home course record for the third time, running the 5K course in 17:18, 19 seconds faster than just two weeks ago as Phillips whipped Northfield Mount Hermon 19-44 to remain unbeaten.
Walsh, Raiders roll
Courtney Walsh and the Central Catholic girls soccer team continue to roll. Walsh, who leads the team in points, scored her 12th goal and added her ninth assist as the Raiders (13-0) blanked La Salle 3-0. Central is currently ranked first in Eastern Mass. and seventh nationally.