, Newburyport, MA


February 5, 2014

Local Roundup

Ice Hockey

Newburyport 6, Gloucester 2

The Clippers rolled over Gloucester, winning by four goals on Monday and improving their record to 8-6-1 on the season. Next up for Newburyport is North Reading tonight at 7 p.m. at the Graf Rink, barring postponement due to weather.

The six goals scored by Newburyport ties the team-high in scoring for the season with two other six-goal performances. In the past two games, the Clippers have scored 12 goals. Newburyport also scored five goals against Triton and Amesbury.


Triton 68, Hamilton-Wenham 90

Jan. 30 meet: 2nd place: Caroline Cullen, Jennifer Nutter, Maggie Summit and Nikki Samuelson 200 medley relay (2.08.88), Samuelson 100 fly (1.10.89) and 200 free (2.11.73), Nutter 200 IM (2.26.38), Cullen 500 free (5.52.08) and Summit 100 back (1.07.24). 3rd place: Cullen 200 free (2.15.84), Kiersten Flodman, Luis Romero, Kali Vetree and Molly Beluk 200 free relay (2.10.09), Nutter 100 back (1.08.11) and Nutter, Samuelson, Cullen and Summit 400 free relay (4.08.53). 4th place: Summit 50 free 26.34, Maddie Fecteau 100 free (1.16.22) and Vetree 100 breast (1.27.40)

Triton girls at CAL meet

The Triton girls swim team finished second overall in the CAL Sunday with strong performances from several of its players. Overall 1st place female: Maggie Summit 200 free (2.06.16) and 50 free (26.47) and Jennifer Nutter 200 IM (2.23.75); overall 2nd place female: Nikki Samuelson 200 free (2.10.31); overall 3rd place female: Nutter 100 back (1.06.01). Additional points scored by Beluk (100 fly), Cullen and Samuelson (500 free), Nutter (100 back), and Nutter, Samuelson, Cullen and Summit (200 medley relay and 400 free relay).

Indoor Track

Pentucket Boys

In just their first year with a varsity team in the Cape Ann League, the Pentucket boys indoor track team finished in fourth place.

The Sachems finished in first place in the 4x800 meter relay, a team of Alex Demeule, Josh Wildes, Drew Capener and Sam Coppola (8:54.6.)

Cooper Carifio finished in third place in the 55-meter dash (6.80). Demeule finished in second place in the one mile at 4:37.18. The 4x200 meter team for Pentucket finished in fourth place. They are a team of Carifio, Jordan Maysonet, Liam Corkery, Jack Richard. Also, Brett Repke finished in fifth place in the 1,000 meter at 2:50.39.


Pentucket Boys

The Sachems fell short against Masconomet last night despite the strong scoring night of Pat Freiermuth, who finished with 14 points in the contest. Pentucket falls to 6-9 on the year.

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