- Amesbury High School
NEWBURY — It's only 8:30 a.m., but as Alexis Fox gazes out her window toward her neighbor's horses, she is already wondering where the day went. The energetic and articulate 30-year-old has phone calls to make and legislation to pass.
Flannigan to the rescue
AMESBURY —The Amesbury football team appeared doomed last evening at halftime of a Cape Ann League Small matchup with bottom-feeder Lynnfield.
Not only did the Indians trail 12-0, but quarterback/safety Jared Flannigan's second-half return appeared questionable after he missed all but nine seconds of the closing 9:21 of the first half due to a head injury.
Frustration for the Tribe
IPSWICH — Frustration perhaps may only be the tip of the iceberg for the way that Amesbury coach Brett Manoloff feels about his team's play over the last four games.
After the Indians' 3-0 loss to Ipswich yesterday, the more appropriate term may be discouragement judging by Manoloff's comments post game.
Johnston has his way: Amesbury off to perfect September
EAST BOSTON — The Amesbury football team completed a perfect September for the first time in coach Thom Connors' seven-year career last evening.
With a 44-14 victory over East Boston, the Indians (3-0) provided an exclamation point to an opening month that served as a statement to Cape Ann League Small foes. The Indians, winners of their first CAL Small title in school history last fall, have looked every bit the part of the favorite to repeat.
Exploding out of the gates
AMESBURY — The Amesbury football team isn't the only Cape Ann League Small liking its chances of capturing a title.
North Reading, Georgetown and Hamilton-Wenham all share identical 2-0 records, and by the end of the weekend, one or more teams could fold under the weight.
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Plane through: Cessna lands on Houston golf course
HOUSTON (AP) — An area near the 11th hole at a Houston golf course provided a smooth landing spot after a small plane ran out of fuel and glided on to the grass.
The Cessna 170 was expected to be moved from Hermann Park on Tuesday. The unplanned landing of the single-engine plane happened Monday night on a flight from Lafayette, La.
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