NEWBURY — Kylie Lorenzo could see the finish line ahead of her. All she had to do was get to the bottom of the hill and her team would have a great chance to taking the CAL Open title. The conditions at Amesbury’s Woodsom Farm were horrendous and she wasn’t feeling well to begin with, but sh…

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It’s hard to imagine a more dominant defensive performance than the one New England posted Sunday in Miami. The Patriots won 43-0, notched four interceptions with two for touchdowns, had seven sacks and allowed only 184 yards of total offense, with the majority of that coming in the fourth q…

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.

FOXBOROUGH — The Baltimore Ravens laid a beatdown on Miami in last Sunday’s opener. The Ravens won 59-10, running up 643 yards of total offense while quarterback Lamar Jackson picked the Dolphins defense apart for a career-high five touchdown passes. He and back-up Robert Griffin III combine…

LYNNFIELD — Newburyport football seemed to have all of the momentum coming in. The Clippers were coming off a dominating win in last week's opener, while Lynnfield was looking to put a dismal 3-8 season behind it.

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LOWELL — The Georgetown football team lost to Lowell Catholic 26-18 on Friday night despite another three touchdown passes by quarterback Stephen MacDonald, his second such outing in two games to start the year.

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With Week 1 of the high school football season in the books, we now have a bit of a better idea of who we’re dealing with this fall. Newburyport looks much crisper on offense, Amesbury can still run the ball, Georgetown’s defense is much better and Triton showed signs of improvement despite …

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.

NEWBURYPORT – The hot weather Wednesday did not cool off the scoring of Pentucket senior field hockey captain Meghan Bean. Her hat trick accounted all of the scoring in the Sachems’ 3-0 road win over Newburyport.

WEST NEWBURY — It’s been a long, long time since the last time Pentucket girls soccer beat Newburyport, and for a while Tuesday it looked like the wait was going to last at least a few weeks longer. After a thrilling, back and forth first half, Newburyport took a two-goal lead after junior M…

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.