, Newburyport, MA


October 17, 2013

Clipper runners remain undefeated

Boys Cross-Country

Newburyport 15, Saugus 50

The Clippers (10-0) remain undefeated with only one meet left on the schedule against Amesbury. Joe Molvar cruised to victory for the Clippers in 16:23. Nick Carleo (2nd, 16:24), Max Vye (3rd, 16:47), Josh Molvar (4th, 16:49) and Tim Englehart (5th, 16:59) rounded out the scoring for the Clippers.

Hamilton-Wenham 20, Pentucket 38

Alex Demeule (3rd, 17:08), Drew Capener (6th, 17:45), Sam Coppola (7th, 17:50), Jeremy Binding (10th, 18:07) and Josh Wildes (15th, 18:34) factored in the scoring for the Sachems (6-4).

Triton 19, Georgetown 42

Austin Stevens (1st, 16:48), Dan Horgan (3rd, 17:46), Curran Callewaert (4th, 17:48), Ryan Sheedy (5th, 17:52) and Chris Barry (6th, 17:56) lifted Triton to victory.

Amesbury 19, Lynnfield 42

Jimmy Stone placed first for Amesbury (5-5) in 16:18. Riley O’Connor (3rd, 16:42), James Wrothen (4th, 16:52), Patrick McCue (5th, 16:56) and Liam Gallagher (6th, 16:58) rounded out the scoring for Amesbury (5-5).

Girls Cross-Country

Newburyport 15, Saugus 50

Kristen Mackie finished first overall for the Clippers (8-2) in 20:26. Kelly Conway (2nd, 20:59), Rachel Haley (3rd, 21:03), Maria Sterling (4th, 21:03) and Erin Carroll (5th, 21:11) rounded out the sweep.

Triton 18, Georgetown 43

The Vikings (6-4) won for the sixth time in seven meets. Liz Willmonton (1st, 20:47), Maddie Quigley (2nd, 20:48), Ceili Riccio (3rd, 21:09), Audrey Martin (5th, 21:44) and Sydney Rybicki (7th, 22:18) factored in the scoring for Triton.

Hamilton-Wenham 15, Pentucket 50

Emma Marchant (9th, 21:12), Kasey Mann (10th, 21:48), Sophie Capobianco (18th, 23:17) and Jordan Balletto (19th, 23:23) paced the Sachems (6-4).

Amesbury 25, Lynnfield 32

Amesbury’s Julia Shorter broke her own course record at Woodsom Farm by 16 seconds, placing first in 18:08. Hailee Gibadlo (3rd, 20:23), Emily Pugh (4th, 20:49) and Lacy Raymond (8th, 22:12) also paced Amesbury (5-5).

Girls Soccer

Phillips Andover 2, Governor’s Academy 1

Phillips Andover snapped the Govs’ 32-match winning streak, which was the eighth-longest streak in the country.

Triton 4, Saugus 1

Morgan Snow scored two goals for the Vikings (7-5-2). Teresa Benoit and Rylee Culverwell scored one each. Meredith Wilcox, Dena DeAngelico and Skyla Lewis played well.

Boys Soccer

Triton 3, Saugus 0

Jake Papanicolaou, Josh Brown and Sam Wright scored goals for Triton (8-5-1). Luke Reiniger and Papanicolaou had assists.

Hamilton-Wenham 3, Newburyport 0

Adam Traxler and Matt Cote played well for the Clippers (3-10-1).

Field Hockey

Governor’s Academy 2, Pingree 0

Hannah Quin and Cassie Hanlon scored goals for the Govs. Hanlon also had an assist.

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