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Sachems' duo


Brendan Sullivan and Connor Beaton continue to power the Pentucket boys soccer team. Sullivan had a goal and an assist in a 3-1 victory over Rockport while Beaton scored twice. Both are among the league leaders in points as Sullivan has 13 goals and three assists and Beaton checkes in with 10 goals and seven assists.

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Boys Soccer, 10/08/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Red-hot defense


Pentucket's girls soccer team won its third straight, 1-0 over Georgetown, when McKenna Kilian scored in the 76th minute. The Sachems have only allowed one goal in that stretch as the defense, led by Paige Wesolowski, has stood out.  

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Girls Soccer, 10/06/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Keegan: assist artist


Sean Keegan assisted on three goals, two of which were by Connor Beaton, as Pentucket whipped Georgetown 5-1.

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Boys Soccer, 10/06/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Pentucket earns bragging rights by beating Newyburyport

WEST NEWBURY — With the game on the line and the slick ball bouncing on the muddy turf in his direction, Pentucket sophomore Liam Sheehy could feel a nasty case of butterflies in his stomach.

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Football, 10/04/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

On the attack

Early in the season Pentucket field hockey coach Ruth Beaton moved Alyssa Bartula from defense to attack. Wise move. The junior first-year varstiy player had all three goals yesterday in a 3-0 win over Georgetown.

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Field Hockey, 10/03/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Demeule sizzles


Pentucket senior Alex Demeule couldn't keep up with Newburyport star Nick Carleo Wednesday afternoon, but he had a spectacular race nevertheless. Carleo was first in a course record on the 2.95-mile Pipestave course, with a super 15:21 to pace the Clippers' 22-37 victory, but Demeule was runner-up in an excellent 16:06, which also broke the old record.

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Boys Cross Country, 10/01/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Triton snaps Pentucket streak

BYFIELD — Triton beat Pentucket for the first time in six tries last night by a score of 31-7. Triton (3-1) outplayed its Thanksgiving rival in just about every facet of the game, holding the run-oriented Sachems to just 116 yards on the ground. “There’s no greater feeling than winning with this group of guys,” said Triton quarterback Justin Cashman, who finished with 106 yards rushing and a touchdown while completing 5 of 7 passes for 61 yards and another touchdown. Pentucket’s All-Star back Jeff Porter got off to a tough start. He fumbled the opening kickoff, which the Sachems were just barely able to recover. Then he fumbled on the team’s first play from scrimmage. Taking over at the Pentucket 20, the Vikings only needed four plays to reach the endzone, as Luke Boyle capped off the drive with a 4-yard touchdown run to put his team up 7-0. On the next kickoff, Porter shook off the bad start and nearly took the ball all the way to the house before he was caught at midfield. Pentucket, which fell to 1-2, marched down the field on a series of short runs, but the Triton defense didn’t break, forcing a turnover on downs. Both offenses remained quiet until midway through the second quarter, when Cashman broke loose for a 50-yard touchdown run to extend the lead to 14-0. Triton drove to the 5 late in the half but the Sachem defense stiffened. The hosts settles for a 22-yard field goal from Max Luttenbacher to make it 17-0. Boyle fumbled the ball on the first play of the second half and Pentucket captain Josh Wesolowski recovered. The Triton defense stepped up and stuffed Pentucket on four straight plays. On the following drive, Triton effectively put the game away after Cashman executed a perfect play action fake and hit receiver James Wood in stride for a 32-yard touchdown. Pentucket got on the board in its next drive, as Pat Freiermuth found Andrew Noyes for a 16-yard touchdown pass with 10:53 to play in the fourth quarter. The drive also included one incredible play by Porter, who almost jumped over a Triton defender to break free for what would have been a long touchdown run. He ended up clipping his foot on the player’s shoulder, and wound up with a 17-yard gain instead. Pentucket will look to rebound next Saturday when it hosts Newburyport at 1 p.m.

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Football, 09/26/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sachems score

Barely six minutes into the second half, Alyssa Bartula broke the ice with a helper from Colleen Mulholland to lift the Pentucket field hockey girls past Ipswich, 1-0.

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Field Hockey, 09/25/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Pentucket power


Pentucket's boys soccer team wasted no time against Amesbury, scoring six goals in the first half of a 9-1 blowout. Brendan Sullivan had a hat trick and Connor Beaton had two goals and an assist to lead the way for the Sachems (4-2).

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Boys Soccer, 09/22/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Porter’s three third-quarter touchdowns lead Pentucket past Amesbury

WEST NEWBURY — After two quarters of frustration, it took Jeff Porter just one play to turn the entire game around for Pentucket.

On the second play of the second half, the running back took a handoff going right and broke free for a 60-yard touchdown, his first of three scored on three consecutive touches as the Sachems scored 28 points in the third quarter alone to roll past Amesbury 36-7 Saturday.

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Football, 09/20/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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