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November 5, 2012

Talbot, Indians sink Saugus


Amesbury got on the board first as Talbot darted 47 yards down the Saugus sidelines just three minutes into the game. Mroz would follow Cullen’s kickoff return with a 15-yard score to make it 22-7, but Saugus capitalized on a short field after an Amesbury turnover to keep it a game at the half at 22-13.

The Indians head back to the river for their final two, starting in West Newbury next Saturday against the always-tough Sachems (2-1, 5-4), before closing things out on Turkey Day against the Clippers.

“I’ve seen them a couple times already and they are tough,” said Connors of Pentucket, which lost a tight one to Newburyport Friday. “This league that we are in is a meat grinder every week. We know that we have a tall order ahead of us.”

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