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November 11, 2013

Monday Blitz


Newburyport Daily News

---- — Scoreboard

Division 4 Playoffs

No. 1 Pentucket 23, Watertown 13

No. 3 Bedford 14, No. 2 Lynnfield 7

Non-Playoffs

Stoneham 48, Newburyport 27

Hamilton-Wenham 21, Triton 7

Georgetown 50, Greater Lowell 43

Saugus 49, Arlington Catholic 20

Governor’s Academy 35, Belmont Hill 21

Standings

CAPE ANN LEAGUE

Kinney

LEAGUE ALL PF/G PA/G

Pentucket 5-1 7-1 24.0 11.5

Triton 3-2 5-4 25.3 14.4

Masconomet 3-2 5-4 19.4 15.6

Newburyport 3-2 4-5 21.6 17.7

North Reading 1-4 5-4 24.4 18.4

Saugus 1-5 2-7 19.6 30.3

Baker

LEAGUE ALL PF/G PA/G

Lynnfield 5-0 8-1 32.1 8.2

Man Essex 3-2 5-4 20.7 25.1

Amesbury 3-2 4-5 20.6 26.1

Ham-Wen 3-3 4-5 14.4 21.0

Ipswich 2-4 2-7 14.3 30.7

Georgetown 0-5 2-7 14.1 28.8

Local leaders

Rushing

Name, school Att. Yds. TD

1. P. Bjork, G’town 18 185 2

2. E. Northey, N’port 14 147 1

3. R. Dimento, G’town 11 110 3

4. D. Engelke, Pent. 10 104 1

5. J. Spillane, Triton 18 84 1

6. A. Noyes, Pent. 13 73 2

7. B. Cullen, Ames. 12 60 0

8. J. Cole, N’port 13 60 1

Passing

Name, school Comp. Att. Yds. TD

1. M. Shay, N’port 8 15 147 1

2. M. Short, Ames. 12 21 141 1

3. P. Bjork, G’town 8 12 120 0

4. B. Whitman, Triton 12 25 118 0

5. R. Kuchar, Pent. 3 6 30 0

Receiving

Name, school Rec. Yds. TD

1. D. Bourdeau, N’port 2 90 1

2. P. Scanlon, Ames. 3 67 0

3. M. Boyle, Triton 3 56 0

4. B. Cullen, Ames. 5 51 1

5. J. Bajko, N’port 3 49 0

Clancy’s Senior Day

Newburyport High alumnus Joe Clancy, the quarterback at Merrimack College, was 35-for-56 with 251 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions Saturday in his team’s 26-14 setback at home against the first-place Skyhawks on Saturday afternoon at Martone-Mejail Field. Finishing the regular season in fifth place in the NE-10 standings, Merrimack will host eighth-seeded Southern Connecticut State next week at home as part of Northeast-10 Championship Weekend. Kickoff time will be announced in the coming days.

Governor’s Academy’s season-finale

Jesse Gwozdz (three) and Zach Coffey (two) combined for all five of the Governors (7-1) scores.