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Escape for Blythe


Rob Blythe got an escape with 13 seconds left to secure a 1-0 win at 138 to give Georgetown-Ipswich an exciting 39-36 win over Whittier in a quad-meet at Pentucket. Also key for G-I (now 7-0) was that Ian Forgitano, wrestling up at 120 pounds, got a late pin. Led by Shaun Mears at 170, Whittier wrestlers were unbeaten in the final five weight classes.

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Wrestling, 12/29/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Slashing Sachems

An agressive Pentucket team had no problems getting to the free throw line, nailing 15 freebies to help beat Londonderry 52-44 in the consolotion game of the Commonwealth Motors Christmas Classic. Alyssa Demeule had 14 points to lead the Sachems, who will play Central Catholic in the fifth place game Friday at 4:30 p.m. Londonderry will play Winnacunnet in the seventh place game Friday at 2:45 p.m.

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Girls Basketball, 12/28/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sachems top ex-coach

Tom Long scored two goals to lead Pentucket past former Sachems head coach Jarrett Scarpaci and Bedford 6-1.

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Boys Ice Hockey, 12/28/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Cleary locks it down

Jimmy Cleary knocked down a 3-pointer with seven seconds left in the game to clinch Pentucket's 67-63 win over Masconomet. Connor O'Neil scored a team-best 23 points and Gus Flaherty hit three 3's for the Sachems.

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Boys Basketball, 12/22/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Defense is best offense

Two junior defensemen erupted to help give Pentucket hockey an 11-5 win over Everett. Liam McDonough had a hat trick and Ethan Dore had two goals. Freshman Josh Smith also scored his first varsity goal and added three assists.

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Boys Ice Hockey, 12/21/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Royals take third


Georgetown-Ipswich, which won the Scituate Tournament a week earlier, had its best performance in years by placing third in the 16-team Wakefield tournament, one place ahead of Methuen, which was battling illness and injuries.

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Wrestling, 12/17/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Tudisco climbs ranks

Saige Tudisco etched her name in the Pentucket record books again, tying the school record in the 50-yard hurdles with a time of 7.4. She also broke her own school record in the high jump, clearing 5-4 for her second first-place finish in the Sachems 76-10 win over Lynnfield.

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Girls Indoor Track, 12/14/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Tudisco flies high

Pentucket's Saige Tudisco started the indoor track season off right, breaking the school record in the high jump by clearing 5-2. She also took first in the 55 meter hurdles to help the Sachems beat Manchester Essex and North Reading to start off 2-0 on the year.

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Girls Indoor Track, 12/10/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Pentucket wins opener

Pentucket wrestling pulled out an exciting 28-24 win over Salem (Mass.). Mason Linger picked up his first varsity win by pin in 46 seconds, and Jason Young, Andrew Gould, Devin Young and Kalon Boston all picked up key wins as well.

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Wrestling, 12/08/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Triton snaps 6-game losing streak to Pentucket

BYFIELD — Triton senior running back Liam Spillane wanted the ball — a lot.
And he got the ball — a lot.
The senior captain’s massive rushing day, capped by four touchdowns, was the difference in the Vikings’ 33-18 win over Pentucket. The hosts snapped a six-game holiday losing streak against the Sachems.
Spillane ran for 220 yards on 29 carries with 147 of those yards and three of his touchdowns coming in the second half.
“It’s my last year obviously so I felt good,” said Spillane. “The team was depending on me and I loved every second of it.”
His first came on a 4-yard push up the middle for a score for the Vikings (9-3), who bounced back from Saturday’s 54-13 thrashing by Hanover in the Division 3 state semifinals. 
For his final score in a Triton uniform, Spillane carried defenders into the end zone from 12 yards out with just under seven minutes to go to put the icing on the cake, making it 33-18 Vikings.
Playing with a cast on his hand, Pentucket senior tri-captain Liam Sheehy wasn’t going to let an injury hold him back, rushing 18 times for 111 yards and a score in the fourth quarter.
“It was definitely really nice,” said Sheehy of his touchdown. “We needed that. We needed one before the game ended, so it was just a good confidence booster for everyone.”
Senior quarterback Finn Graham and senior pass-catching back Robert Porter got theirs as well, hooking up for scores of 15 and 51 yards.
“Robert Porter’s a great receiver,” said Graham. “We have good chemistry. Pretty much every time he’s out there I’m confident he’s going to catch the ball.
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Football, 11/24/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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