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Tudisco earns two silvers at All-States

It was another big day for Pentucket's Saige Tudisco. She placed second in the long jump 18-1.75 and broke her own school record with a 14.80 for a second in the 100 hurdles. Teammate Kaley Enright placed eighth in the 100 meters.
Central Catholic freshman Katharine Duren placed fourth in the 100 hurdles with a 15.06, which beat her previous best of 15.44 and topped the previous school record of 15.36 set by Katie LaFrance in 2010. She also ran a 15.32 in the prelims.

The future looks bright, to say the least, as coach Katie Andrade noted, " Katharine really didn't start seriously hurdling until the end of the indoor season."  
It was a spectacular day for area hurdlers as Haverhill junior Yalya Kitchings broke her own school record with a 14.95 for third in the 100 highs.
 Methuen senior Luana Machado broke her own school record with a 64.84 for eighth in the 400 hurdles.
Methuen sophomore Sara Fragione took eighth in the with a 2:14.17, breaking her own school record. 
Two area records
Andover didn’t get the All-State title it coveted, but the girls set two all-time area relay records. 
Hope Joel, Hannah Lansberry, Delia Barbanti and Ally Bennett ran a new record 48.01 in 4x100-meter while the 4x800 team of Nicole Major, Emma Griffin, Ava Trapp and Julianna Kennedy set a new mark with a 9:23.28. 
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Girls Track and Field, 06/02/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Reitano on fire

Morgan Reitano was 4 for 4 with two RBIs and two runs scored as North Andover softball beat Pentucket 12-3. Davin McElhiney drove in three runs, while Samantha Ahlholm struck out six of the nine batters she faced in three perfect innings of relief.

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Softball, 06/01/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Clohisy, Tudisco sizzle at D4 meet

Pentucket stars Jack Clohisy and Saige Tudisco were brilliant at the EMass. D4 Meet. Tudisco set a 9-inch career best with her 19-2.25 winning long jump. That puts her 2.25 inches off the all-time area record by Pinkerton's Bree Robinson in 2008. She also won the high hurdles in 15.31 and ran on the second-place 4x100 team. Kaley Enright and Ellison Seymour also came uip big for the Sachems, who placed third with 60 points. Clohisy had a career day, winning the 400 hurdles in 57.08 to break his own school record and taking the high hurdles in 14.92, breaking a 26-year-old Sachem standard.

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Girls Track and Field, 05/26/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sachems pick up win

Pentucket baseball broke an 11-game losing streak, beating Amesbury 7-6 for the team's second victory of the year. Jake Etter picked up the win as the Sachems shook off a six-run Amesbury second inning with three in the third, one in the fourth and three in the fifth to get the win. Joe Lynch also went 2 for 4 with two runs and an RBI.

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Baseball, 05/24/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Freitas paves way


Julie Freitas allowed just five hits abd was 2 for 4 at the plate with two RBIs as Pentucket (12-6) clipped Essex Tech 10-3.

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Softball, 05/23/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sachems fall

The Pentucket baseball team dropped a contest to Masconomet on Tuesday, 6-1. Nate McCarthy tossed 4 1/3 innings, while Nick Sheehan drove in the Sachems' lone run.

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Baseball, 05/22/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Wild Sachems' win


Pentucket held on for a wild 8-7 softball victory over Masconomet. Autumn West led the way with  two hits and three RBIs and catcher Megan McCoy stood out defensively and had two hits and two RBIs.

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Softball, 05/21/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Tudisco nets 2 awards


Pentucket senior Saige Tudisco was honored as Cape Ann League Athlete of the Year for the dual meet and Saturday also won the Athlete of the Meet award for the Cape Ann League championships. She won the long jump (17-9) and high hurdles and was also on the 4x100 team that finished second. Syeira Campbell ran a personal-best 59.52 for first in the 400 for the Sachems, who finished third.

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Girls Track and Field, 05/19/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sachems: 7th straight


Pentucket surged ahead with 10 goals in the second quarter on its way to a 17-9 win in boys lacrosse for its seventh straight victory. Connor Melone scored six goals for the Sachems (12-4) and Nick Lamattina added five.

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Boys Lacrosse, 05/19/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

North Andover cruises past Pentucket

WEST NEWBURY — In a game which the mercy rule never became official, the end did come mercifully when 'Uncle' was cried.

Leading 12-1, North Andover went to bat in the top of the sixth needing a run for the 12-run rule to take effect. Twelve batters and nine runs later, Pentucket hadn't yet recorded an out when Sachems coach John Walsh tapped out.

"No," North Andover coach Caitlin Flanagan succinctly replied when asked if she had ever seen that kind of situation. "A program like (Walsh's) is struggling for numbers, and with a large team he tried to put in some kids that hadn't seen some time. They're not used to being out there and couldn't make the outs. But it's experience for them, so I think that's OK."

Already having qualified for the postseason, Pentucket (10-6) had won seven of its previous nine, averaging 9.7 runs in the victories.

"We're mostly seniors, but they didn't show up to play today," Walsh said. "We have to get back to where we were. Back to hitting and fielding. It didn't happen today. It's like this every year — peaks and valleys."

North Andover (9-4) pounded out 22 hits and batted around in the second and sixth while sending eight to the plate in the fifth and seven in the third. It was a far different output than the 18 runs the Knights had scored in their previous seven games combined. They scored two or fewer in four of those seven.

"I was happy with the swings they took today," Flanagan said. "Sometimes when pitching is at a little slower speed you can ... pop up, but I thought they kept their weight back and hit a lot of line drives. It's hard to defend that."

Designated player Morgan Reitano had a big afternoon, doubling home two runs in the second, slamming a two-run homer in the fifth and adding an RBI single in the sixth. She was one of four Knights to score three times.

"It's been rough (at the plate)," Reitano said. "So, this definitely helps. All the practicing on my hitting definitely has helped. We have made so much progress since last year (when the Knights were 8-12).

"It's like a completely different team. We're all way closer, and we're all just making good contact. We're doing everything we didn't do last year."

Of the 12 Knights that made plate appearances, 11 had at least one hit while Alyssa Roderick, Olivia Rondeau, Carley Howe and No. 9 hitter Sophie Mitchell clubbed three apiece. Howe drove in four and had one of North Andover's five doubles. Pinch-hitter Claudia Mabley rapped two hits in the sixth, including a lead-off triple and scored three times. Mitchell also had two of the team's eight hits in the fateful inning.

Starter Samantha Alhom went three innings for the win, allowing an unearned run in the third. Julia Chittick went the final three frames for North Andover, which began a stretch of five games in seven days.
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Softball, 05/18/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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