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February 13, 2014

Georgetown-Ipswich polishes off dual meet season


After a hot-and-cold start to the season, Georgetown-Ipswich started off 2014 strong with a 5-0-1 run, but the Royals-Tigers team couldn’t keep its momentum going, as it lost four of its last seven meets, finishing the season 11-8-1.

Nevertheless, the team achieved its goal to finish the season with a winning record, and with a full season now under their belts, Archambault and his team also laid the foundation for greater success going forward.

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