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October 14, 2013

Monday Blitz

Scoreboard

Newburyport 19, Triton 13

Amesbury 35, Ipswich 14

Pentucket 21, Masconomet 14

Governor’s Academy 32, St. Paul’s 13

St. John’s Prep 43, Cath. Memorial 25

Bishop Fenwick 48, Austin Prep 18

North Andover 35, Lawrence 14

Saugus 23, North Reading 20

Hamilton-Wenham 14, Man.Essex 6

Lynnfield 40, Georgetown 7

Haverhill 21, Dracut 6

Beverly 17, Marblehead 14

Danvers 29, Lynn Classical 26

Salem 21, Revere 14

Peabody 30, Winthrop 29

Gloucester 34, Lynn English 28

CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Large

SCHOOL LEAGUE ALL PF/G PA/G

Pentucket 3-0 4-0 24.0 10.3

Newburyport 2-1 3-2 22.4 12.4

Masconomet 2-1 3-2 22.2 16.2

Triton 1-2 3-2 26.8 11.6

Saugus 1-2 1-4 14.0 29.0

N. Reading 0-3 2-3 18.8 17.2

Small

SCHOOL LEAGUE ALL PF/G PA/G

Lynnfield 3-0 5-0 35.8 9.6

Ham.-Wen. 2-1 2-3 16.4 22.0

Amesbury 2-1 2-3 15.2 30.0

Man. Essex 1-2 2-3 16.8 24.4

Ipswich 1-2 1-4 11.2 26.8

Georgetwn 0-3 0-5 10.0 28.0

Local leaders

Rushing

Name, school Att. Yds. TD

1. A. Noyes, Pent. 20 111 0

2. R. Foley, Ames. 7 91 1

3. B. Cullen, Ames. 15 83 3

4. B. Whitman, Tr. 11 73 0

5. M. Shay, N’port 10 51 0

Passing

Name, school Comp. Att. Yds. TD

1. B. Whitman, Tri. 15 25 164 2

2. R. Kuchar, Pent. 7 11 160 1

3. M. Short, Ames. 6 10 121 0

4. M. Shay, N’port 5 9 103 1

Receiving

Name, school Rec. Yds. TD

1. L. Corkery, Pent. 4 113 0

2. T. Therrien, N’port 3 93 1

3. R. Foley, Ames. 3 61 0

4. J. Cashman, Triton 4 52 1

5. J. Germinara, Triton 4 50 1

Govs run winning streak to 22

The Governor’s Academy football team ran its winning streak to 22 games Saturday with a 32-13 victory over St. Paul’s. The Govs trailed 13-6 in the second half before scoring the final 20 points. Amesbury’s Brandon Lopez had a 5-yard touchdown run to put the team ahead for good in the fourth quarter.

Clancy’s record weekend

Newburyport High alumnus Joe Clancy broke his own Merrimack College school record for completions (51) in his team’s 48-41 loss to reigning Northeast-10 Conference champion New Haven Saturday. Both sides combined for over 1,000 yards of total offense (1,007), with Merrimack outgaining the Chargers by a 600-407 margin. Clancy finished just shy of his single-game record in passing yards, going 51 for 71 for 538 yards and no interceptions. He threw three touchdown passes and rushed for another.

Local schedule

Today’s games

BOYS SOCCER: Amesbury at Ipswich, 10 a.m.; Triton at Hamilton-Wenham, 10 a.m.; Pentucket at Saugus, 10 a.m.

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