Amesbury’s lucky 13
The Amesbury High hockey program will retire No. 13, the number worn by legendary player and coach Leo Dupere, in a ceremony at the Sylvan Street Grille in Salisbury on Nov. 13. The program will run from 6 to 9 p.m., and it will include a buffet dinner. Tickets are $35 and are available at Amesbury Skate and Sport. Dupere was inducted into the Amesbury Athletics Hall of Fame last month. For more information, call George Dodier at 978-914-5783 or Steve Klein at 978-375-5248.
Fecteau’s final round
UMass Lowell senior golfer Andrew Fecteau, a Triton Regional High alumnus, fired a two-over-par 74 Monday to lead the River Hawks to a 12th-place finish at the 79th annual New England Intercollegiate Golf Assocation (NEIGA) Championship at The Captains Golf Course. Fecteau’s round of 74 came on the heels of a 77 Sunday. His total score of 151 ranked in a tie for 14th out of 184 individuals. UMass Lowell, the defending champion, compiled a team score of 636, shooting a 312 Sunday followed by 324 Monday. Central Connecticut State captured the team title with a 597 (288 Sunday, 309 Monday) and edged the University of Rhode Island (297-303 — 600) by three strokes.
CAL field hockey honors
Cape Ann League field hockey coaches had their league meeting Monday evening. They named Coaches of the Year, Players of the Year, and selected All-League and All-Star teams.
The CAL Kinney Division Coach of the Year was Triton’s Donna Andersen. Masconomet’s Belle Ives was named CAL Kinney Player of the Year. The CAL Baker Division Coach of the Year was Ipswich’s Sarah Merullo. Lynnfield’s Bailey Fanikos was named CAL Baker Division Player of the Year.
Newburyport’s Cahalane, Pettigrew earn All-CAL
Newburyport junior midfielder Marie Cahalane and senior back Mary Pettigrew earned All-CAL honors, while teammate Meghan Stanton was named a CAL All-Star.