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December 14, 2012

Amesbury's Talbot earns CAL's top honor

Football

Cape Ann League honors

After leading his team to a CAL Division 3 championship, Amesbury quarterback Matt Talbot was named the league’s MVP. Talbot accounted for 26 touchdowns this season. Amesbury coach Thom Connors collected CAL Coach Division 3 Coach of the Year. Newburyport defensive lineman Dillon Guthro was named CAL Division 3 Player of the Year. Pentucket tailback Cody Rothwell was the league’s Offensive Player of the Year.

The following players were named All-CAL Division 3: Amesbury receivers Tommy Connors and Devlin Gobeil, linebacker Perry Mroz, offensive lineman Curran O’Connor, defensive back Ben Cullen, defensive lineman Jake Taylor and kicker Mac Short; Newburyport defensive back Colton Fontaine, defensive lineman T.J. Souther, linebacker Sam Francis and defensive lineman Tyler Cusack; Triton linebacker Joe Ruocco and receiver Travis Kneeland; and Pentucket linebacker Tim Freiermuth and offensive lineman Mike McCarron.

CAL Division 3 All-Stars included Amesbury’s Shawn Bannon, Grant Belino, Nick Fiorella and Pat Scanlon; Pentucket’s Connor McGuirk, Dan Thornton, Franco Pizzarella, Kevin Miles and Chris Croteau; and Newburyport’s Connor Wile, Ian Michaels and Trevor Bradbury.

Ice Hockey

Amesbury 2, North Reading 1

Anthony Licciardello led Amesbury (1-0-0) to an opening-night victory with a goal and an assist. Freshman J.T. Chamberlain added a goal. Tabor Smith had an assist. Goalie Evan King made 18 saves.

Girls Basketball

Medford 49, Georgetown 39

Marissa Agganis had 17 points for Georgetown (0-1). Kristin Hogan added 13.

Wrestling

Lynnfield 54, Georgetown/Ipswich 18

In spite of the lopsided score, Royals head coach Mike Curley was pleased with the performance of many of his wrestlers on Wednesday night. Senior co-captain David Ingraham (132 lbs.) scored an exciting victory at 0:39 in the first period, Matt Carey (182 lbs.) scored a pin fall early in the second period at 2:39, and Dave Conway (192 lbs.) came out guns blazing and scored a fall in the first period at 0:32.

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