Marissa Randall (shot put, 34-8), Sarah Abraham (discus, 95-6), Isabell Prussman (long jump, 15-7 1/2) and Emily Martin (triple jump, 32-8) posted wins for Amesbury.
Newburyport 81, Triton 64
Steve Preston and Tom Graham won two events each for Newburyport. Preston won the shot put (48-2 1/2) and discus (151-3). He broke a 48-year-old school record in the discus. Graham won the 100 (11.0) and 200 (22.5). Chris Orlando (2-mile, 10:59), Alec Reduker (high jump), Dan Holbrook (long jump, 17-9), Max Vye (mile, 5:04), Sawyer Updike (800, 2:05) and the 4x400 relay team of Sam Stansel, Holbrook, Tyler Newfell and Updike placed first for the Clippers.
For Triton, Mike Theberge won the 400-meter hurdles (1:03.2), 110-meter hurdles (16.6) and triple jump (38-6). Josh Lannon (javelin, 134-9), Austin Stevens (pole vault, 11-0) and Connor Barry (400, 52.9) also won individual events.
Pentucket 78, Ipswich 68
Franco Pizzarella (400-meter hurdles, 1:01.7), Tim Freiermuth (shot put, 44-5), Tom Funk (vault, 11-0), Cooper Carifio (100, 11.84), Sam Coppola (mile, 5:03.39), Ian Mitchell (400, 52.76) and the 4x400 relay team of Pizzarella, Alec Biese, Dan Thornton and Mitchell earned wins for Pentucket (4-1).
Amesbury 78, Hamilton-Wenham 67
Evan King placed first for the Indians in the shot put (47-6) and javelin (151-9). Curran O’Connor (discus, 133-6), Jon Ellen (high jump, 5-2), Nick Fiorella (pole vault, 10-0), Doug Masi (100, 11.9), Pat Halloran (400, 53.8), Jim Stone (800, 2:10) and the 400-meter relay team of Keith Merchant, Bram Robinson, Ryan Foley and Doug Masi also placed first.