Newburyport Daily News
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Pentucket 3, North Reading 0
The Pentucket hockey team pulled off a shocker Saturday with a convincing 3-0 victory over previously undefeated and Cape Ann League-frontrunner North Reading.
“We knew they were supposedly the best team in the league, and we just wanted to prove otherwise,” said goalie Anthony Orlando, who splits time with fellow frosh Robert Porter in net. “When things are going (as well as they were Saturday night), all you can do is pay attention to how nuts the bench is going.”
With 27 saves, Orlando was a big part of the upset, which came on the heels of Porter’s shutout of Lynnfield earlier in the week. Those wins have helped the Sachems (4-3 overall, 2-3 league) rebound from a 6-1 loss to Newburyport.
“We knew we were the best team in the league and we just had to prove it to them,” Pentucket’s Ben Klosowski said of yesterday’s showing. “We were getting the puck deep and pressing the net.”
Wasting no time attacking North Reading (6-1-1, 3-1-1), PG took the lead for good at the 2:40 mark on a score by Georgetown sophomore Cam Wolbach. A mere 68 seconds later, Klosowski scored the first of his two goals.
“I think when you have success early in the year, it’s a dangerous thing — especially for some high school kids,” North Reading coach John Giulotti said of the setback. “They start looking at the stats and they start looking at the standings, and they think that’s real.
“What they need to understand is that hockey is a very emotional sport and you have to come out every day. Today, Pentucket played a fantastic game, and they really took it to us. You take the goods and the bads and put them in the rear-view mirror and move on.”
Newburyport 2, Saugus 1
Ben Kelleher and Tyler Therrien scored goals for Newburyport (3-5-0). The Clippers outshot Saugus 41-12 with 20 of the shots coming in the first period.
Amesbury 4, Lynnfield 1
Indians senior Andy Reidy had a hat trick, and sophomore Brendan Foley added a goal. Junior Tabor Smith had two assists for Amesbury (5-1-2). Sophomore Jake Harlow made 22 saves.
Masconomet 4, Triton 1
The Vikings (1-5-2) have lost five of their last six games. Jack Norton scored the goal on an assist from Jarrod Guertin.
Georgetown 39, Saugus 39
Georgetown 42, Tyngsboro 39
Georgetown 48, Gloucester 9
Georgetown 40, Everett 36
The Royals (8-4-1) are off to a 5-0-1 start in 2014. Derek Chamberlain (195 lbs.) was 4-0 for the Royals. Mark Mansfield (126 lbs.) was 3-0. Mike Gallanar (145 and 152 lbs.) was 3-1. Charlie Koshivas won matches at 132 and 138 lbs. Constantine Galanis (138 and 145 lbs.) was 3-1. Matt Carey (170 lbs.) was 3-1. Carsten LaPlante (113 lbs.) was 2-1. Henry Gorrell (132 lbs.) was 2-1. Tom Mulligan (120 lbs.) was 2-2. Cole Mooney (152 lbs.) and Jake Dalley (285 lbs.) were 1-1. Dan Bennett (160 lbs.) was 1-2, while Mason Dalley (220 lbs.) was 1-3.
Triton 40, Algonquin 39
Triton 48, Keefe Tech 30
Triton 54, Josiah Quincy 30
Triton 48, Newton South 33
Against Algonquin, Triton’s Brody Johnson (120 lbs.), Josh Misiano (126 lbs.), Cody Nixon (145 lbs.), Mark Boyle (182 lbs.) and Charlie Frauenfelder (220 lbs.) won by fall. Luke Boyle (152 lbs.) won by forfeit. Jake Durkin (132 lbs.) won by decision, 3-2.
Against Keefe Tech, Johnson, Durkin, Nixon, Lewi L’Heureux (145 lbs.), Luke Boyle and Mark Boyle won by fall. Misiano and Frauenfeld won by forfeit.
Against Josiah Quincy, Misiano, Durkin, Nixon, Luke Boyle, Tom Howell (170 lbs.), Mark Boyle and Johnson won by fall. John Boyle won by forfeit.
Against Newton South, Nixon, L’Heureux, Luke Boyle, Howell, Mark Boyle, Frauenfelder, Durkin and Misiano won by fall.
Girls Indoor Track
Division 5 State Relays
The Newburyport 4x50-meter dash relay composed of Liza Twomey, Becca Speak, Jackie Archie and Sammie Lor placed fourth in 26.56. The distance medley team of Olivia Kearney (1,200), Bella Palma (400), Lily Eagan (800) and Kelly Conway (1,600) placed sixth in 13:56.32.