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November 4, 2013

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Scoreboard

Division 4 Playoffs

No. 1 Pentucket 32, No. 8 Hamilton-Wenham 0

No. 2 Lynnfield 34, Stoneham 12

No. 3 Bedford 20, No. 6 Newburyport 7

No. 5 Watertown 31, No. 4 Triton 22

Division 4 Non-Playoffs

Amesbury 28, Weston 21

Ipswich 40, Saugus 39

North Reading 42, Winthrop 6

Swampscott 54, Arlington Catholic 40

ISL

Governor’s Academy 30, BB&N 14

Division 1 Playoffs

Lowell 41, St. John’s Prep 0

Division 5 Non-Playoffs

Georgetown 21, Shawsheen 14

This week’s schedule

Division 4 Playoffs

No. 5 Watertown at No. 1 Pentucket, Saturday (2 p.m.)

No. 3 Bedford at No. 2 Lynnfield, Saturday (11 a.m.)

Division 4 Non-Playoffs

Triton at Hamilton-Wenham, Saturday (10 a.m.)

Newburyport at Stoneham, Friday (7 p.m.)

North Reading at Amesbury, Friday (7 p.m.)

Weston at Winthrop, Friday (7 p.m.)

Saugus at Arlington Catholic, Friday (7 p.m.)

Swampscott at Ipswich, Friday (7 p.m.)

ISL

Belmont Hill at Governor’s Academy, Saturday (1 p.m.)

Division 1 Non-Playoffs

St. John’s Prep at Malden, Saturday (11 a.m.)

Division 5 Non-Playoffs

Greater Lowell Tech at Georgetown, Saturday (2 p.m.)

Standings

CAPE ANN

Kinney

LEAGUE ALL PF/G PA/G

Pentucket 5-1 6-1 24.1 11.3

Triton 3-2 5-3 27.6 13.6

Masco 3-2 5-3 21.0 15.1

N’port 3-2 4-4 20.9 13.9

N. Reading 1-4 4-4 22.3 17.3

Saugus 1-5 1-7 15.9 31.6

Baker

LEAGUE ALL PF/G PA/G

Lynnfield 5-0 8-0 35.3 7.5

Man. Essex 3-2 5-3 21.8 23.5

Amesbury 3-2 4-4 19.6 24.1

Ham.-Wenham 3-3 3-5 13.6 22.8

Ipswich 2-4 2-6 14.5 29.3

Georgetown 0-5 1-7 9.6 27.0

Individual leaders

Rushing

Name, school Att. Yds. TD

1. D. Engelke 7 195 2

2. B. Whitman, Triton 9 117 1

3. B. Cullen, Ames. 16 116 1

4. T. Bradbury, N’port 18 82 1

5. J. Spillane, Triton 19 79 0

Passing

Player, school Att. Comp. Yds. TD

1. B. Whitman, Triton 8 19 121 0

2. M. Shay, N’port 7 17 68 0

Receiving

Player, school Rec. Yds. TD

1. J. Spillane, Triton 2 59 0

2. J. Cashman, Triton 4 53 0

3. E. Northey, N’port 1 20 0

4. D. Bourdeau, N’port 1 20 0

5. J. Bajko, N’port 2 15 0

Clancy’s record-breaking weekend

Joe Clancy (Newburport High Class of 2009) became the Merrimack College football team’s all-time leader in passing yards after totaling 358 Saturday in a 31-21 road victory over Assumption. Clancy finished 33-for-52 with four touchdowns and a pick; the senior now is first in the Merrimack record books — in just two seasons as a starter — with a program-best 746 completions, 83 touchdowns and 8,797 yards through 36 career games.

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