Georgetown QB woes
It doesn’t figure to get any easier for the winless Georgetown football team. The Royals (0-4) lost their best player, quarterback Colby Ingraham, to a torn ACL in their loss to Manchester Essex Sept. 27. Coach Paul Sobolewski called on freshman Nick Sherman to finish the game against the Hornets. Last week, Sobolewski considered moving tight end Patrick Bjork to quarterback, but settled on Daniel Lambert, who previously played receiver. Lambert did not complete any of his 10 attempts, and had three interceptions.
Amesbury’s rugby sisters
Sisters Meaghan and Morgan Sydlowski, Amesbury High alumni, are both members of the Stonehill College rugby team. Stonehill is undefeated in the Northeast-10 Conference with wins over Springfield College, Holy Cross, Saint Anselm, Bentley University and Providence College. The Skyhawks have four games remaining on the schedule.
More IC cross-country records
The Immaculate Conception School boys cross-country team recorded its first-ever sweep in a meet against multiple schools last Thursday. The squad posted victories over Hamilton-Wenham, Masconomet and the Newburyport Nock Middle School. Cam Leonard tied his school record and course record at Maudslay State Park with a top finish. Teammate Jack Bowers became the second-fastest runner in ICS history with his second-place finish.
Davis adds to the point tally
Newburyport High alumna Cassaundra Davis, a junior field hockey player at St. Michael’s College (3-7 overall), tallied a goal and an assist in her team’s 4-1 victory over Southern Connecticut State University on Saturday.
Hartnett Jr., Chaisson honored at Bridgton
Newburyport natives Raymond F. Hartnett Jr. and George Chaisson were inducted into the Bridgton Academy Hall of Fame, along with their teammates on the undefeated 1967 football team. Hartnett was the starting defensive tackle. Chiasson started at offensive tackle and defensive end. The 1967 team was the first at Bridgton to go unbeaten. The Hall of Fame ceremony was held on the school’s campus Sept. 29. Hartnett, now a Westport resident, worked at The Daily News from 1970 to 1979.