Check out my daily “Remember When?” photo series on eagletribune.com, @MullyET and the Eagle-Tribune Facebook page. It has run for 80 straight days. Today we highlight North Andover High boys athletics history.
Former Holy Cross assistant Caitlin Pickul of North Andover was named the head coach of the Nichols College women’s soccer team. Pickul was a keeper for Providence (PC ‘10).
MVC All-Star lineman Lesly Theodore has committed to Western New England. The 6-3, 260-pounder was a two-year starter for Methuen High.
Hard to believe but Holy Cross’ Tommy Heinsohn had a game in 1956 against BC where he had 51 points and 42 rebounds. That deserves a Tommy point.
Central Catholic cheerleader/gymnast Regina Dieli from Newton, N.H., is going bigtime. She’ll be cheering at Syracuse University.
Congrats to Pentucket co-football coach and head boys lax coach Dan Leary. He and wife Kayla welcomed into the world a couple weeks a son, Connor Leary.
Ten years ago, Andover High’s Moira Cronin won the New Balance Nationals high jump in North Carolina. She cleared 5-8.75 and won a jump-off at 5-8 for the title.
Add to the All-Name Team Stanford football player Thunder Justice Keck of the Northfield, New Hampshire, Kecks.
High school freshman Samartine Bogues, a 5-4 point guard from Maryland, was offered by Bryant. He’s the grandson (not son, grandson) of former 5-3 NBA guard Muggsy Bogues.