Six Andover High School student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers in college since the NCAA allowed high school seniors to make commitments on Nov. 9.

Scott Brown, who led the AHS football team to a 9-1 record this fall at quarterback, will play baseball at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell next year. Brown plays outfield and shortstop for the warriors.

Michaela Chokureva will swim for the University of North Carolina. Chokureva was named Merrimack Valley Conference Division I swimmer of the year on Tuesday.

Anna Foley committed to Quinnipiac University, where she will play for the women’s basketball team. Foley, a 6’3″ forward and center, helped the Warriors reach the state finals as a junior last season.

Molly Kiley will run cross country and track at Boston University. Kiley’s mother, Sue, coaches the AHS cross country team.

Colin Kirn committed to the University of Massachusetts at Amherst cross country team. Kirn holds the AHS’s indoor 800 meter school record.

Emma Reilly will play field hockey at Columbia next year. Riley and the Warriors are in the hunt for the second straight state championship and will play Walpole after Tuesday’s 2-1 come-from-behind semifinal win over Shrewsbury.

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