, Newburyport, MA


November 12, 2012

Pentucket falls to Concord-Carlisle


Pentucket finished its season 16-3-2.

The program has been much improved the past two years. Its win over Lynn Classical in last year’s tournament as the No. 8-seed marked Pentucket’s first playoff victory since 2006.

The Sachems, however, will lose experience from this year’s team as 10 of the 22 players were seniors. Additionally, nine of the 10 seniors were starters.

But keeper Cody Sedler is just a sophomore. And despite a tough game yesterday, he posted 12 shutouts this season, including an 11-save performance in a 1-0 victory over North Andover on Sept. 29.

“He was the best keeper, I thought, in our league,” Langlois said. “So no matter how the rest of the team ends up next year, that’s going to help us tremendously.”

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