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January 16, 2014

Amesbury's Shorter earns Mass. D2 All-Academic


Mass. Division 2 All-State All-Academic

Amesbury senior Julia Shorter was named to the Mass. Division 2 All-State All-Academic team by the Mass. State Track and Field Association. Shorter placed fourth at the Division 6 Championships and 24th at the Division 2 All-State Meet.


Lynnfield 93, Triton 72

Maggie Summit placed first for Triton in the 200 IM (2:19.40) and 500 free (5:43.35). Summit, Caroline Cutter, Jennifer Nutter and Nikki Samuelson placed second in the 200 medley relay (2:06.30) and second in the 400 free relay (4:07.61). Nutter also placed first in the 100 breast (1:18.11). Samuelson was second in the 200 free (2:11.25) and 100 fly (1:08.25). Kiersten Flodman (100 back, 1:18.78) and Molly Beluk (100 fly, 1:22.22) placed third.


Georgetown 39, Minuteman 18

The Royals (9-4-1) received pins from Derek Chamberlain (220 lbs.), Carsten LaPlante (113 lbs.), Constantine Galanis (145 lbs.), Mike Gallanar (152 lbs.) and Dan Bennett (160 lbs.). Mason Dalley (195 lbs.) won by decision, 8-4. Charlie Koshivas (132 lbs.) won by forfeit.

“Mason Dalley wrestled the match of the night,” Georgetown coach Ryan Archambault said. “Trailing 3-2 at the end of the second period, Mason rallied to score an escape and two takedowns to secure an 8-4 win.”

Triton 52, Saugus 24

The Vikings continue to roll. Now 12-4 on the year, coach Shawn McElligott’s team benefited from contributions from Josh Misiano, Jake Durkin, Cody Nixon, Luke Boyle, Tom Howell, Mark Boyle and Brody Johnson, all of whom won by fall. Lewi L’Heureux won by forfeit while John Boyle won by decision 14-6.

“You are always pleased with a league win,” McElligott said. “This is the first year Saugus is in the Cape Ann League, so it was a good win. I was very pleased with Luke Boyle’s effort. He pinned Saugus captain Seth Roy late in the second period. Seth is a senior who placed in the CAL’s and Sectionals last year, so Luke bumping up was a good win.”

Boys Track

Pentucket 58, Hamilton-Wenham 28

Cooper Carifio (55-meter dash, 6.8), Alex Demeule (2-mile, 10:37.5), David Greene (300, 39.9), Drew Capener (600, 1:28.7), Josh Wildes (1,000, 2:54.9), Liam Corkery (shot put, 36-10 1/2) and the mile relay (3:57.1) of Jordan Maysonet, Carlos DelCastillo, Carifio and Demeule placed first for Pentucket (2-4).

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