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June 2, 2014

Six win state championships over the weekend

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Weston 5, Pentucket 0

Pentucket was shut out in its first round tournament matchup against Weston and will finish the season 12-5 on the year.

Girls Tennis

North Andover 3, Triton 2

Triton lost to North Andover in a tightly contested affair by a score of 3-2 in the first round of the Division II North tournament on Thursday. Grace Williams won at third singles 6-1, 6-1 and the team of Clare Delaney and Eliza Mullen won at second doubles 6-4, 6-2, but the Vikings ran into trouble in the other three matches. Kaley Towns lost at first singles 1-6, 6-4, 4-6, Alexa Bryant lost at second singles 4-6, 5-7, and the team of Anastasia Small and Laurel White lost at first doubles 3-6, 5-7. With the loss, Triton finishes its season with a record of 9-8, and North Andover will move on to face Burlington in the quarterfinals.

Softball

Reading 7, Pentucket 0

The Sachems struggled in their first round matchup with No. 7 Reading, as the Rockets shut out Pentucket to win 7-0 on Friday night. With the loss Pentucket finishes the season 11-10 on the year.

Tewksbury 6, Newburyport 0

Though Newburyport played well in the field, the Clippers just couldn’t get their bats going as No. 6 Tewksbury held the Clippers to just one hit in Friday night’s first round matchup. Ashley Hodge was the lone Clipper to record a base hit as Newburyport finishes the season 11-10 on the year.

Baseball

All-League Selections

The following individuals have been selected to the Cape Ann League’s All-League team for 2014. From Georgetown, Colby Ingraham and Ben Noelk; from Amesbury, Mac Short; from Pentucket, Ryan Kuchar; from Triton, Justin Cashman; from Hamilton-Wenham, Austin Michel; from Lynnfield, Jordan Roper; from Masconomet, Tom Budrewicz, Greg Dougherty, Joe Kligensmith, Mike Manni and Will Twiss; from North Reading, Scott Allan and Colby Maiola; and from Saugus, Kyle Autilio and Dan Cacciola.

In addition, the following individuals have been selected as Cape Ann League All-Stars. From Newburyport, James Nutter, Caleb Stott and Scott Webster; from Pentucket, Pat Beaton and John Sirios; from Triton, Adam Chatterton and James Wood; from Amesbury, Nick Hawrylciw; from Georgetown, Patrick Slack; from Hamilton-Wenham, Jack Clay and Brett Harring; from Ipswich, Sean Whooley and Freddy Cerundolo; from Lynnfield, Greg Basilesco, Traverse Briana and Jack Fraulini; from Manchester Essex, Craig Carter and Kevin Carter; from North Reading, Keith Linnane and Ryan Sanborn; from Rockport, Kyle Nelson and Danny Ryan; and from Saugus, Joe Bertrand.

Masconomet’s Joe Kligensmith and Lynnfield’s Jordan Roper have been honored as Cape Ann League Player of the Year for the Kinney and Baker Divisions respectivlely, and Pentucket and Rockport have been awarded the league’s Sportsmanship Awards.

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