, Newburyport, MA


April 10, 2013

Georgetown baseball team runs record to 2-0


Georgetown 5, Ipswich 2

C.J. Ingraham paced Georgetown (2-0) with a 3-for-4 effort from the plate. He also collected a run and an RBI. Patrick Slack was 2 for 4 with a run. Tom Pingree went 2 for 4 with two RBIs. Ben Noelk was 1 for 3 with two RBIs. Slack earned the win on the mound, logging six innings. He allowed one earned run and struck out seven. Dave Ingraham picked up the save.

Girls Tennis

North Reading 4, Amesbury 0

Amesbury’s first doubles team of Jill Hadwen and Olivia King split the first two sets against North Reading before the match was postponed due to darkness. Stephanie Abraham and Madison Padgett each pushed sets to tie-breakers in singles play for Amesbury.

Boys Track

Triton 82, Amesbury 63

Triton’s Mike Theberge placed first in the 400 hurdles (1:04.3), 110 hurdles (16.8), triple jump (40-7) and high jump (5-9). Connor Barry won the 400 (54.4) and long jump (17-7). Austin Stevens (pole vault, 10-0), Drew Collins (2-mile, 11:41), Ryan Kent (800, 2:18) and the 4x400 relay team of Barry, Kam Mitchell, Josh Lannon and Sam Auwerda also placed first for Triton.

Girls Track

Amesbury 88, Triton 56

Liz Willmonton won the 2-mile (12:51) and pole vault (6-6) for Triton. Kelsie Ferris won the 100 (13.4) and 200 (28.2). Laura Frackiewicz won the 400 (1:05.6). The 4x400 relay team of Frackiewicz, Elise Mitchell, Brianna Ramirez and Sydney Rybicki also won in 4:55.

Girls Lacrosse

Georgetown 18, North Reading 9

Grace Ann Conte and Chelsea Burke scored five goals each for Georgetown. Madeline Cannon added three goals. Kathryn Gibb and Nicole Hogan tallied a goal and an assist each. Jensena Moner, Brynn Beaudoin and Jennifer Migliaccio scored one goal each.

Masconomet 16, Pentucket 9

Tori Spofford and Sarah Wiles scored three goals each for Pentucket. Sam Fiore, Cammie Balentine and Kristen Fitzgerald added a goal each. Jackie Brennan had an assist. Tori Ruggerio made eight saves.

Miles For Mike

The Daily News erred in reporting the sponsors for the Miles For Mike Relay Saturday in Amesbury. The sponsors included Saucony, C.P. Lumber, Runner’s Mitt Printing, Phat Cats Bistro, Flatbread Company Pizza, Poland Springs, Greater Boston Running Company, Amesbury Sports Boosters, Travis Landreth Scholarship Fund, Yankee Runner, Winner’s Circle Running Club, Cider Hill Farm, Ale House, Fitness Together, Latitude’s Sports Club, Leary’s Spirits, Hodgies Ice Cream, Super Cuts, Amesbury Track and Field, Newburyport High Cross-Country, New Balance, Kathy Kelleher Illustrations, Watercolors by Taylor Tagliente, Market Basket, and Music by Greg Folsom.

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