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Campbell nets four

Sabrina Campbell exploded for four goals and Mackenzie Currie tallied two of her own as Pentucket girls soccer rolled to a season-opened 10-0 win over Triton.

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Girls Soccer, 10/03/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Correnti in form

 

Veteran goalie Tyler Correnti scored a goal and got credit for the shutout as Pentucket's boys soccer team opened its season with a 3-0 win over Triton.

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Boys Soccer, 10/03/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Rubio MVP

Emily Rubio was named Athlete of the Meet as she led Pentucket to a second-place at the CAL Meet. Rubio won the long jump and took a third in the high jump. She teamed with Sabrina Campbell, Sage Smith and Syeira Campbell to win the 4x200 in a meet record 1:47.65. Other Sachem winners were Madi Krohto in the high jump and Syeira Campbell in the 300.

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Girls Indoor Track, 02/04/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Michaud nearly perfect

Harry Michaud delivered a fantastic 278, one strike away from a perfect game, and added a 207 second game to lead Pinkerton bowling against Merrimack and Coe-Brown. Colby Wong rolled games of 172 and 158 and Matt Gagnon added a 149 and 172

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Girls Basketball, 02/02/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Jackson 2nd in CAL

 

It was a rough day for Pentucket at the Cape Ann League/Northeast Conference Tournament, placing ninth out of 12 teams, but Tucker Jackson had a good day, takibng second at 170.

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Wrestling, 02/01/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Two-way threats

Angelina Yacubacci had 17 points and 9 steals and Jelly Hurley contributed 22 and 7 steals as Pentucket rolled past Triton, 58-21.

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Girls Basketball, 01/31/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Lots of Rubio

 

Emily Rubio had personal-best winning performances in the 600 (1:50.56) and high jump (5-4) and sister Phoebe Rubio ha d a PR winning time of 5:29.26 in the mile as the Pentucket girls (3-1) edged a strong Triton team, 44-42.

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Girls Indoor Track, 01/27/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sachems roll past Triton for 9th win

BYFIELD — Pentucket simply would not relent, downing Triton 34-7 win in a game which was closer than the final margin might indicate.
“They’ve played teams tough, we knew we’d be in for a battle,” said Sachems’ co-coach Dan Leary, whose club finishes a fine campaign at 9-2. “Give Triton a ton of credit. Those were four tough quarters to play.”
Triton (2-9), starting four freshmen, kept it close early. The Vikings trailed just 13-7 at the half. Part was the Pentucket penchant for earning penalty flags, 10 in the first half alone for 110 yards.
The first of two Peter Cleary touchdown passes, this one to Keegan O’Keefe, was answered by an Ethan Tremblay 11-yard touchdown run for Triton, as it was just a 7-7 game deep into the second quarter.
Pentucket took the lead for good when Cleary hooked up with Jake Etter, and he weaved through the secondary for a 50-yard TD, sending it to intermission at 13-7.
After the break, the wind picked up and so did the Sachems’ ground game.
“Once we got our discipline back, with some of the penalties, and we got back to running the football, we were OK,” said Leary. “The guys played hard. They battled.”
Held to 22 rushing yards in the first half, Pentucket finished with 239 on the ground for the day, paced by Melone who ran five times for 94 yards before the injury.
Senior Andrew Joyce (7 carries, 58 yards) had a third-quarter TD run, and classmate Ryan Kiley (4 carries, 33 yards) ran for a pair of TDs.
In his final game behind center, Cleary hit 10 of 17 passes for 228 yards with the two scores. Etter was basically uncoverable with seven grabs for 169 yards. He added a sweet punt return and an interception on defense.

Melone taken off by ambulance
Pentucket junior running back Andrew Melone suffered what appeared to be a serious injury midway through the third quarter on a hit along the sidelines. 
Melone was tended to by the trainers then EMTs as he was taken by ambulance on a back board to the hospital.
“We don’t know exactly what happened. Our thoughts and prayers are with Andrew right now. We’ll be talking to his parents as soon as we are out of here,” said co-head coach Dan Leary. 
“They were being really cautious with everything they did. We’re just going to wait to hear from them. Hopefully everything is OK.”


Pentucket 34, Triton 7
Pentucket (9-2): 7 6 7 14 — 34
Triton (2-9): 0 7 0  0 —  7
First Quarter
 Pent — Keegan O’Keefe 7 pass from Peter Cleary (Aidan Tierney kick), 4:38
Second Quarter
 Triton — Ethan Tremblay 11 run (Eliot Lent kick), 9:17
 Pent — Jake Etter 50 pass from Cleary (kick failed), 3:28
Third Quarter
 Pent — Andrew Joyce 2 run (Tierney kick), 3:14
Fourth Quarter
 Pent — Ryan Kiley 5 run (Tierney kick), 8:47
 Pent — Kiley 20 run (Tierney kick), 2:45

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING: Pentucket (21-239) — Andrew Melone 5-94, Andrew Joyce 7-58, Keegan O’Keefe 4-56, Ryan Kiley 3-33, Jake Etter 1-10, Peter Cleary 1-(-12); Triton (29-80) — Ethan Tremblay 25-96, Chris Colby 1-1, Max Ciaramitaro 3-(-17)
PASSING: Pentucket — Peter Cleary 10-17-1, 228; Triton — Max Ciaramitaro 11-19-1, 96; Chris Colby 1-1, 7
RECEIVING: Pentucket — Jake Etter 7-169, Keegan O’Keefe 3-59; Triton — Alden Lentz 3-42, Chris Colby 4-28, Ethan Tremblay 2-23, Jared Leonard 2-7, Charles Takesian 1-3
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Football, 11/28/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sachems roll past Triton for 9th win

BYFIELD — Pentucket simply would not relent, downing Triton 34-7 win in a game which was closer than the final margin might indicate.
“They’ve played teams tough, we knew we’d be in for a battle,” said Sachems’ co-coach Dan Leary, whose club finishes a fine campaign at 9-2. “Give Triton a ton of credit. Those were four tough quarters to play.”
Triton (2-9), starting four freshmen, kept it close early. The Vikings trailed just 13-7 at the half. Part was the Pentucket penchant for earning penalty flags, 10 in the first half alone for 110 yards.
The first of two Peter Cleary touchdown passes, this one to Keegan O’Keefe, was answered by an Ethan Tremblay 11-yard touchdown run for Triton, as it was just a 7-7 game deep into the second quarter.
Pentucket took the lead for good when Cleary hooked up with Jake Etter, and he weaved through the secondary for a 50-yard TD, sending it to intermission at 13-7.
After the break, the wind picked up and so did the Sachems’ ground game.
“Once we got our discipline back, with some of the penalties, and we got back to running the football, we were OK,” said Leary. “The guys played hard. They battled.”
Held to 22 rushing yards in the first half, Pentucket finished with 239 on the ground for the day, paced by Melone who ran five times for 94 yards before the injury.
Senior Andrew Joyce (7 carries, 58 yards) had a third-quarter TD run, and classmate Ryan Kiley (4 carries, 33 yards) ran for a pair of TDs.
In his final game behind center, Cleary hit 10 of 17 passes for 228 yards with the two scores. Etter was basically uncoverable with seven grabs for 169 yards. He added a sweet punt return and an interception on defense.

Melone taken off by ambulance
Pentucket junior running back Andrew Melone suffered what appeared to be a serious injury midway through the third quarter on a hit along the sidelines. 
Melone was tended to by the trainers then EMTs as he was taken by ambulance on a back board to the hospital.
“We don’t know exactly what happened. Our thoughts and prayers are with Andrew right now. We’ll be talking to his parents as soon as we are out of here,” said co-head coach Dan Leary. 
“They were being really cautious with everything they did. We’re just going to wait to hear from them. Hopefully everything is OK.”


Pentucket 34, Triton 7
Pentucket (9-2): 7 6 7 14 — 34
Triton (2-9): 0 7 0  0 —  7
First Quarter
 Pent — Keegan O’Keefe 7 pass from Peter Cleary (Aidan Tierney kick), 4:38
Second Quarter
 Triton — Ethan Tremblay 11 run (Eliot Lent kick), 9:17
 Pent — Jake Etter 50 pass from Cleary (kick failed), 3:28
Third Quarter
 Pent — Andrew Joyce 2 run (Tierney kick), 3:14
Fourth Quarter
 Pent — Ryan Kiley 5 run (Tierney kick), 8:47
 Pent — Kiley 20 run (Tierney kick), 2:45

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING: Pentucket (21-239) — Andrew Melone 5-94, Andrew Joyce 7-58, Keegan O’Keefe 4-56, Ryan Kiley 3-33, Jake Etter 1-10, Peter Cleary 1-(-12); Triton (29-80) — Ethan Tremblay 25-96, Chris Colby 1-1, Max Ciaramitaro 3-(-17)
PASSING: Pentucket — Peter Cleary 10-17-1, 228; Triton — Max Ciaramitaro 11-19-1, 96; Chris Colby 1-1, 7
RECEIVING: Pentucket — Jake Etter 7-169, Keegan O’Keefe 3-59; Triton — Alden Lentz 3-42, Chris Colby 4-28, Ethan Tremblay 2-23, Jared Leonard 2-7, Charles Takesian 1-3
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Football, 11/28/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

NECC soccer win

The Northern Essex soccer team improved to 5-8-1 with a 2-1 win over New Hampshire Tech. Michael Mbua and Daller Ucles scored for the Knights and goalie Anthony Bellomo had 10 saves.

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Field Hockey, 10/15/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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