, Newburyport, MA


October 16, 2012

Amesbury girls soccer team remains unbeaten

Girls Soccer

Amesbury 3, Ipswich 2

Hannah Zannini, Megan Cullen and Taylor Tagliente scored goals for Amesbury (12-0-2). Janine Fatal added two assists. Amanda Martin had one.

Masconomet 3, Pentucket 0

Sam Bomba made 11 saves for Pentucket (1-9-3).

Boys Soccer

Newburyport 1, North Reading 0

Adam Traxler scored the goal for Newburyport (8-4-1) on an assist from Tom Graham. Matt Canning posted the shutout in goal. The Newburyport defense received a game ball from coach Shawn Bleau.

Masconomet 2, Pentucket 1

Luis O’Meara scored the goal for Pentucket (9-2-2). Connor Beaton had the assist. Goalkeeper Cody Sedler made six saves, three of which would have been goals without a great individual effort by Sedler.

Georgetown 2, Rockport 0

Jared Warren and Ben Noelk scored goals for Georgetown (6-4-3). Will Soucy had an assist. Gus Save made five saves. Patrick Slack and Andrew Nowak played well defensively.

Girls Cross-Country

Newburyport 25, Pentucket 32

Newburyport 15, Georgetown 50

Pentucket 15, Georgetown 49

Pentucket’s Marissa Porter placed first overall in 20:07. She was followed by teammate Carolyn Mann (20:18). Newburyport then had the next five runners, including Kelly Conway (3rd, 20:23), Erin Carroll (4th, 20:30), Kristen Mackie (5th, 20:51), Lilly Eagan (6th, 20:59) and Rachel Haley (7th, 21:05). Pentucket’s Jordan Balletto (8th, 21:21), Breanna Repke (9th, 21:24) and Emma Marchand (12th, 22:09) rounded out the scoring.

Ipswich 25, Triton 32

For Triton, Liz Willmongton (3rd, 21:21), Elise Mitchell (4th, 21:30), Maureen Moore (6th, 22:06), Ceili Riccio (8th, 22:46) and Madison Estes (11th, 23:57) factored in the scoring.

North Reading 21, Amesbury 34

Masconomet 19, Amesbury 44

Julia Shorter (3rd, 18:13), Samantha Stone (13th, 20:21) and Julia Schlich (19th, 21:29) led Amesbury.

Boys Cross-Country

Newburyport 16, Pentucket 47

Pentucket 17, Georgetown 46

Newburyport 15, Georgetown 50

Newburyport’s Nick Carleo and Joe Santo tied for first in 16:35. Joe Molvar (3rd, 16:51) and Chris Orlando (16:57) finished in the next two spots for the Clippers (9-0). Pentucket’s Alex Demeule (5th, 17:00) broke up the Newburyport pack, pushing the Clippers’ Max Vye to sixth (17:29). Pentucket’s Drew Kapener (10th, 17:49), Ian Mitchell (11th, 17:50), Devin McKee (14th, 18:10) and Jeremy Binding (17th, 18:19) rounded out the scoring.

Ipswich 15, Triton 48

For Triton, Sam Auwerda (6th, 19:31), Dmitri Hunt (9th, 20:07), Brandon Duford (12th, 20:40), Will McCaffrey (13th, 20:40) and Drew Collins (15th, 21:04) factored in the scoring.

North Reading 21, Amesbury 38

Masconomet 15, Amesbury 50

Liam Gallagher (11th, 16:52), Austin Parker (14th, 17:05) and Cole Legg (25th, 18:05) paced Amesbury.

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