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October 6, 2012

Georgetown football team falls to Saugus

Football

Saugus 35,

Georgetown 14

Playing without injured quarterback Niko Edwards, the Royals (1-4) fell to Saugus (4-1). Tom Zargaj had 15 carries for 141 yards, including a 61-yard touchdown run for Georgetown. Pat Bjork caught a 13-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Jackson Fritz. The Royals trailed 14-7 at halftime; the Sachems scored 28 unanswered points after trailing 7-0.

Boys Soccer

Newburyport 8, Amesbury 0

Adam Traxler had two goals and two assists for Newburyport (6-3-1). Jordy Steelman and Tom Graham also scored two goals each. Henry Jacqz and Alan Eagan also scored goals. John Spears had his first varsity assist.

Georgetown 0,

North Reading 0

Gus Savage made five saves for the Royals.

Field Hockey

Newburyport 1, North Andover 1

Paige Heffernan scored the goal for Newburyport (6-2-2) on a penalty stroke.

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