Newburyport 14, MaRblehead 12
JJ Bajko came up big for the Clippers, scoring 5 goals and 2 assist to help lead Newburyport to a tight 14-12 win over Marblehead. Mike Shay scored 3 goals and 1 assist, Matt Kelleher and Drew Bourdeau each scored 2 goals, and Ben Mirageas and Nick Federico each scored 1 goal. Dillon Guthro had 15 saves in net, and with the win Newburyport is now 7-1 and will face Triton at home on Friday.
Triton 13, Lynnfield 8
Coming off a 13-1 win over Ipswich on Tuesday, the Vikings kept their bats going with a 13-8 win at Lynnfield yesterday afternoon. Triton has now won three straight after starting the season 0-8 and will try to keep its momentum going tomorrow when the Vikings take on Manchester Essex at home.
PENTUCKET 72, North Reading 72
The Pentucket and North Reading boys track teams raced to a draw yesterday afternoon, finishing all tied up at 72-72. The top performers for Pentucket were Cooper Carifio, who won the long jump (18 feet), the 100 (11.1), the 200 (24.0) and placed second in the triple jump (37-7 1/2); Liam Corkery, who won the javelin (141-3), the 400-meter run (55.4) and placed second in the shot put (36-9); Noah Malhi, who won the triple jump (38-8 3/4) and discus (106-10); Will Dwyer, who won the 400-meter hurdles (64.0); Alex Demeule, who won the mile (4:49.8); Sam Coppola, who won the 800 (2:08.1) and placed second in the 2 mile (10:44.7); and the 4x400 relay team of Dwyer, Carlos Delcastillo, Jordan Maysonet and Demeule (3:49.3). Pentucket now stands at 1-4-1 on the season and will face Lynnfield next Wednesday.
Hamilton-Wenham 94, Triton 54
Triton had a rough outing against Hamilton-Wenham yesterday, falling 94-54. The winners for Triton were Brett Greenberg in the javelin (116-7), Mark Theberge in the shot put (42-10), Max Luttenbacher in the discus (125 feet) and Austin Stevens in the pole vault (11-6). Triton now stands at 3-4 on the season and will go on to face Ipswich next Wednesday.