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October 28, 2013

Monday Blitz

Scoreboard

Newburyport 41, Saugus 8

Triton 33, Masconomet 6

Manchester Essex 22, Amesbury 18

Hamilton-Wenham 27, Georgetown 6

Milton Academy 35, Governor’s Academy 14

Lynnfield 35, Ipswich 0

North Reading 28, Pentucket 14

Bishop Fenwick 42, Archbishop Williams 13

Bedford 27, Boston Latin 7

Danvers 39, Winthrop 27

Pingree 26, Proctor 21

Whittier 27, Shawsheen 7

STANDINGS

Wilmington 19, Watertown 14

CAPE ANN

Kinney

LEAGUE ALL PF/G PA/G

Pentucket 4-1 5-1 22.8 13.2

Triton 3-2 5-2 28.4 11.1

Newburyport 3-2 4-3 22.9 13.0

Masconomet 3-2 4-3 19.7 17.3

North Reading 1-4 3-4 19.4 18.9

Saugus 1-4 1-6 12.6 30.4

Baker

LEAGUE ALL PF/G PA/G

Lynnfield 5-0 7-0 35.4 6.9

Man-Essex 3-2 4-3 18.9 22.9

Amesbury 3-2 3-4 18.4 24.6

Ham-Wenham 3-2 3-4 15.6 21.4

Ipswich 1-4 1-6 10.9 27.9

Georgetown 0-5 0-7 8.0 28.9

Division 4 Playoff Schedule

Friday’s games

No. 6 Newburyport at No. 3 Bedford, 6:30 p.m.

No. 5 Watertown at No. 4 Triton, 7 p.m.

Saturday’s games

No. 8 Hamilton-Wenham at No. 1 Pentucket, 2 p.m.

No. 7 Stoneham at No. 2 Lynnfield, 2 p.m.

Division 4 Non-Playoff Schedule

Amesbury at Weston, TBD

Division 5 Non-Playoff Schedule

Georgetown at Shawsheen Tech, TBD

Independent School League Schedule

Friday’s game

BB&N at Governor’s Academy, 3 p.m.

Local leaders

Rushing

Player, school Att. Yds. TD

1. J. Spillane, Triton 29 183 2

2. T. Bradbury, N’port 14 163 2

3. B. Cullen, Ames. 24 143 1

4. J. Porter, Pent. 14 52 1

5. B. Whitman, Triton 6 42 2

Passing

Player, school Comp. Att. Yds. TD

1. B. Whitman, Triton 14 21 177 1

2. M. Short, Ames. 7 12 97 2

2. R. Kuchar, Pent. 3 13 78 1

4. H. Francis, N’port 1 1 64 1

5. M. Shay, N’port 1 1 15 0

Receiving

Player, school Rec. Yds. TD

1. M. Boyle, Triton 3 70 0

2. C. Brennan, N’port 1 64 0

3. J. Porter, Pent. 2 61 1

4. J. Germinara, Triton 6 50 0

5. P. Scanlon, Ames. 4 49 1

Milton Academy snaps Govs’ streak

The Governor’s Academy football team lost for the first time since 2010, a string of 23 games, Saturday afternoon at Milton Academy. The Govs fell to the Mustangs 35-14 in a battle of undefeated Independent School League teams. Milton Academy never trailed in the game. The Governors ran for less than 3 yards a carry (133 yards on 45 attempts) and only added 115 yards through the air. Their three turnovers led to 14 Milton points.

Clancy’s second-half surge

Trailing by seven at the intermission, the Merrimack College football team exploded for 27 points over the final 30 minutes yesterday and survived a late scare from visiting Bentley. The result was a satisfying 40-34 in front of over 3,000 fans on homecoming at Martone-Mejail Field. That lifted the Warriors to 5-3 overall and 4-3 in the NE-10.

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