Clohisy's school record

Pentucket's Jack Clohisy ran a school record 8.08 to win the 55-meter hurdles, as the Sachems split Saturday's tri-meet with Triton and Masconomet. Nick Murphy also won the mile for Pentucket (4:49.57), and Triton got wins from Liam Gay-Killeen in the 2-mile (10:21.87), Diego Fernandez in the 600 (1:29.11), Tyler Stranc in the 1,000 (2:47.72), Eric Fournier in the shot put (43-4) and Chris Brennan in the high jump (5-9).

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Boys Indoor Track, 12/10/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

S[;it for Reggies


Greater Lawrence split a quad-meet at Masconomet as Christian Hernandez and Malib Pastranawere both 4-0 on the day and freshman 106-pounder Lisandro Breton was 3-0.

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Wrestling, 12/09/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Terrific Tudisco

Pentucket track star Saige Tudisco finished first in the 55-meter hurdles (8.76) and in the high jump (5-2) to help the Sachems take down Masconomet 68-18. Both finishes qualified her for the CAL and state championship. Siobhan O'Keefe (Mile), Kaley Enright (300) and Clare Dore (Shot Put) each qualified for the CAL. 

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Girls Indoor Track, 12/09/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Top-seeded Andover impresses

Led by three goals and an assist by Katherine Furry, top-seeded Andover rolled over No. 8 Masconomet, 6-1, in the Division 1 North quarterfinals. Fabulous freshman Hanna Medwar had two goals and an assist for the Warriors (18-0-1).

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Field Hockey, 11/04/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Dunn deal

Hallie Dunn had a monster game, leading No. 12 Central Catholic to an upset, 3-0, sweep of No. 5 Masconomet in the first round of the Division 1 North tournament. She had a team-high 15 digs, 13 service points and nine kills in the victory.

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Girls Volleyball, 11/02/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Rodrigues taken to hospital

In North Andover's 5-2 loss to Masconomet, star goalie Allie Rodrigues was taken to the hospital by ambulance.

North Andover coach Lisa Rasanen said shortly after last night's game, "She stopped a breakaway earlier in the first half, 20th minute or so. Then they came down 10 minutes later and she just stood in goal. You could tell something was wrong. She had no short-term memory. They think she had a concussion. It was kind of scary. We called an ambulance. She's still in the hosppital.'

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Girls Soccer, 10/26/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Willis shines


Goalie Brendan Willis made 19 saves and nearly helped the Georgetown boys soccer team pull off an upset, but the Royals fell to Masconomet 3-2.

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Boys Soccer, 10/16/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

North Reading rallies past Masco in OT

NORTH READING — Undermanned and undersized, the North Reading football team took down Masconomet, 20-14 in overtime on Friday night as the Hornets secured at least a share of the Cape Ann League Large title for the second straight season.
And they did so on the back of senior Jake Bedell.
With starting signal caller Jake Bythrow out of the line up, Bedell took the majority of snaps at quarterback, rushing the ball on 17 of the hosts’ 23 plays in the second half and overtime while running in for the game-tying touchdown in the fourth quarter.
“Jake’s a beast for us and we told him, ‘if you want to be a champion, take the game over. And he did’,” explained Hornets coach Jeff Wall, who said Bedell was a game-time decision because of a lower body injury.
“He watched guys in the past ... he learned from a good group of mentors.”
Bedell had 17 rushes on North Readings’s 23 plays in the second half and overtime, willing his squad to victory.
While it was Alex D’Ambrosio who rushed in from three yards out for the game-winner, every Masco defender followed Bedell when he faked the keeper, giving D’Ambrosio plenty of daylight to cross the goal line.
Both clubs are now 4-2. 
The Chieftains (4-2) would get their shot after Bryce Wronski stuffed Bedell on the two-point try. But three straight incompletions after a first down run ended the contest.

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Football, 10/13/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Pentucket downed by Masconomet

BOXFORD - After Masconomet recovered a Pentucket fumble on its fourth play of Friday night's game, the hosts' offense the field for the first time determined to put together statement drive.

Eight plays later, Pete Kitsakos plunged into the end zone to cap a drive where the Chieftains never attempted a pass. The statement was made - and the message carried all night.

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Football, 09/29/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Huge Knights' win


 Luke SiSalvo scored his second goal of the game with six minutes left to lift unbeaten North Andover to a 3-2 victory over arch-rival Masconomet. Goalie Sam Naftal played outstanding for the Knights (6-0), stopping two breakaways and making 10 saves overall.

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Boys Soccer, 09/25/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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