Amesbury 81, North Reading 64
The Amesbury boys track team improved to 6-1 on Thursday by beating North Reading 81-64. Picking up first place finishes for Amesbury were Riley O’Connor in the high jump (5-4); Patrick Halloran in the 400-meter hurdles (66 seconds); Bailey Flanagan in the long jump (18-25); Alex Ingersol in the shot put (41 feet); Adam Elfiki in the triple jump (38-7 1/4) and high hurdles (16 seconds); Nick Fortuna in the javelin (102 feet); James Stone in the 400 (54.1); Fred Halloran in the 800 (2:07); and the 4x400 relay team of O’Connor, James Worthen, Fred Halloran and Stone (4:00).
Masconomet 91, Newburyport 49
Newburyport fell to Masconomet 91-49 on Thursday afternoon. Winners for Newburyport included Nick Carleo in the 2-mile (9:57); Alec Reduker in the high hurdles (17.0), pole vault (10 feet) and high jump (5-9); Tom Graham in the 800 (2:02.5) and the 4x400 relay team of Chris Orlando, Petey Conway, Tyler Newfell and Gabe Ficht (3:55). Other placers were Joe Molvar (third in 2-mile), Seamus Sullivan (second in discus), Drew Beaupre (second in shot put, third in discus), Shane Buchanan (second in javelin, third in shot put), Dan Hansen (third in javelin), Graham (second in the 100), Orlando (third in the mile), Steve Hancock (third in the 200) and Nick Fay (third in triple jump).
Pentucket 96, Saugus 45
The Pentucket boys picked up their first win of the season, beating Saugus 96-45. Winners for the Sachems include Liam Corkery in the shot put (36-11), javelin (145-11) and 400 (56.0); Sam Coppola in the high jump (5-4), 2-mile (11:02.6) and mile (4:52.7); Cooper Carifio in the 100 (11.5) and 200 (23.8); David Greene in the long jump (17-8); Noah Mahli in the discus (105); Steven Hardy in the high hurdles (19.0); Josh Wildes in the 800 (2:11.2) and the 4x400 relay team of Carlos Delcastillo, Will Dwyer, Corkery and Jordan Maysonet (3:56.6).
North Reading 93.5, Amesbury 50.5
The Amesbury girls track team fell to a tough North Reading squad 93.5-50.5 on Thursday afternoon. The winners for the Indians were Isabel Prussman in the high jump (4-6); Amanda Martin in the triple jump (32-5 1/4), Rachel Dawes in the javelin (91-2), Hailee Gibadlo in the 2-mile (12:56) and Emma Richardson in the 200 (28.4).