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Taylor Hall could wind up being a great fit for the Boston Bruins, riding shotgun on David Krejci’s left side and helping give the team a desperately needed jolt of offensive punch on the second line.

The Daily News wants to recognize a special group of young men and women ... our high school team captains. Email a picture of your team captains to Mac Cerullo at mcerullo@newburyportnews.com.

Fresh off a thrilling 3-2 win over Triton to close out the regular season on a seven-match win streak, Newburyport girls volleyball now goes into next week’s Cape Ann League Tournament as the No. 2 overall seed.

Kip Tyler may have been gone – retired for a year after a legendary career as Salem Country Club’s golf course superintendent for an unparalleled 38 years.

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AMESBURY — By all accounts, Ben Ayotte had finally arrived. The Amesbury track athlete had long shown promise as a talented sprinter and jumper, and during his junior season of indoor track he put it all together to help lead the Indians to an undefeated CAL Baker championship season and the…

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INDIANAPOLIS — There was another team out there that was marching through the season undefeated, that looked unstoppable at times, that had all arrows pointing toward a national title.

The Newburyport vs. Pentucket girls track meet came down to the wire, with Liberty Palermino pulling out a 4x400 relay victory to help clinch her team the 45-41 win. Palermino also took first in the 600, Ellie Schulson won the 1,000, Olivia D'Ambrosio won the 2-mile and Sam King took the sho…

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HAMILTON — On the first offensive possession Saturday, the Hamilton-Wenham football team strung together a 14-play, 74-yard scoring drive while eating up over eight minutes of time off the clock.

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AMESBURY — When Colin McQueen first joined the Amesbury football coaching staff as a defensive coordinator in 2015, fellow assistant Gene Burnham used to love bringing pressure from the edge. No matter the situation, Burnham's mantra was always "let's go get them."  

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NEWBURYPORT — From the opening whistle to the final clock-suffocating drive, Ipswich football was in full control. The Tigers moved the ball on offense, got stops on defense, and never left room for doubt about what the outcome would be.

Can you believe we've already reached the football season's halfway point? Crazy as it is to imagine, we are now four weeks into the abbreviated seven-week Fall 2 schedule, and with that we now have a good idea of what the Cape Ann League landscape looks like and who will have a chance to co…

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