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May 27, 2014

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Baseball

North Reading 10, Triton 0

Triton wrapped up its season yesterday with a 10-0 loss at home to North Reading.

The Vikings will finish the season 7-13 and end the year on a five-game losing streak.

Boys Tennis

Manchester Essex 4, Pentucket 1

Manchester Essex finished the season 16-0 after beating Pentucket yesterday morning. The Sachems’ lone point came from third singles, where Lucas Chory won 6-4, 7-5. Pentucket wraps up the regular season 12-4 overall and will claim a three-way share of the Cape Ann League Kinney Division title, along with Masconomet and North Reading, who both ended up 7-2 in the league as well. The Sachems will now move on to the state tournament, and they will learn their first round matchup when the brackets are announced this afternoon.

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