Sports in a Minute: Georgetown's Lane commits to Holy Cross for football

Hunter Lane.

Lane to Holy Cross

Former Georgetown High football star Hunter Lane has committed to Holy Cross for football, he announced on Twitter Wednesday night. Lane, the reigning Daily News Football MVP, is a 6-foot-3, 220-pound tight end coming off a brilliant senior season for the Royals, leading the area with 50 catches for 759 yards while scoring 17 total touchdowns. The son of former New England Patriot lineman Max Lane will do a post-grad year at Phillips Andover this fall before making the jump to Division 1 college football the following year.

End of the road

The Ipswich Post 80 Junior Legion team’s season came to an end Wednesday night with an 8-1 loss to Andover in the District 8 tournament. The team, whose roster includes numerous Triton and Georgetown players, got hits from Cael Kohan, Ryan Lindholm, Andrew Masher, Tristan Witz and Jack Miller in the loss. Ipswich finishes the season 13-3-1 after finishing the regular season atop the District 8 standings.

Hoops for Hope

Amesbury’s Avery Hallinan had a huge day on Wednesday, leading the Amesbury Hoops for Hope team to a 39-27 win over Methuen. The rising sophomore scored a game-high 22 points, while the Indians’ defense collectively kept the Rangers in check, holding the opposing team’s leading scorer to just seven points. Newburyport also picked up a 31-30 win over Andover, with Abigail Gillingham scoring a team-high 11 points, and Pentucket’s Mackenzie Currie scored 12 points in her team’s 37-30 loss to Billerica.

Rage Softball Tryouts

Rage Softball will be holding a series of Fastpitch tryouts this coming week. There will be tryouts for 10U on July 29 at 5 p.m. and July 31 at 5 p.m.; 12U on July 29 at 6 p.m. and July 30 at 6 p.m.; 14U on July 29 at 6 p.m., July 30 at 6 p.m. and Aug. 1 at 5 p.m.; 16 and 18U on July 31 at 6 p.m. and Aug. 1 at 6 p.m. All tryouts will be held at the Rage Training Field at 15 Rabbit Road, Salisbury. For more information, or to register, go to www.ragesports.net.

River Rival results

The River Rivals summer track meet enjoyed huge turnout to its Wednesday afternoon meet in Newburyport, with nearly 100 athletes coming out to compete. Organizers also announced that a make-up meet for the cancelled July 10 meet will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 7 at 5:30 p.m. at Newburyport High.

The winners from Wednesday were as follows:

100 meters: Nyelle Vincent (girls 6-8, 16.9); Maggie Blosser (girls 9-13, 16.2); Mauryana Vincent (girls high school, 12.9); Bay Schumacher (boys 6-8, 17.2); Jakob Dalen (boys 9-13, 15.1); Nahshon Yisrosl (boys h.s., 12.2); Quinn Cerami (men’s open, 11.5). 200 meters: Elsie Hoover (girls 6-8, 41.2); Cate Shaffer (girls 9-13, 33.6); Mauryana Vincent (girls h.s., 26.8); Bay Schumacher (boys 6-8, 41.5);  Hunter Rossi (boys 9-13, 31.9); Nahshon Yisrosl (boys h.s., 23.9); Quinn Cerami (men’s open, 23.7).

400 meters: Elsie Hoover (girls 6-8, 1:29.3); Cate Shaffer (girls 9-13, 1:17.1); Hunter Rossi (boys 9-13, 1:13.9); Quinn Cerami (men’s open, 56.9). 800 meters: Chloe Lodewick (girls 9-13, 3:40.9); Alisson Martinez (girls h.s., 2:38.5); Kelley Foley (women’s open, 2:44.3); Gabriel Vergara (boys 6-8, 3:27.6), James Toleos (boys h.s., 2:31.7).

Mile: Madison Gibeau-Schmitt (girls 9-13, 7:25.0); Hailey LaRosa (girls h.s., 6:32.3); Kelley Foley (women’s open, 5:53.9); Luke Maynard (boys 9-13, 6:04.0); Matt Murray (boys h.s., 6:05.1); Peter Siess (men’s open, 5:20.1). Hurdles: Mustafa Abdur-Rahim (men’s open, 15.4). Javelin: Josh Stevens (boys h.s., 142-5); Raymond Long (men’s open, 126-0). Shot put: Peter DiBiase (boys h.s., 37-7 1/4); Mustafa Abdur-Rahim (men’s open, 41-0). Discus: Margaret Fallon (girls h.s., 62-1); Grace Fallon (women’s open, 103-8); Michael Farago (boys h.s., 95-7); Mustafa Abdur-Rahim (men’s open, 124-11).

High jump: Katherine Faddis (girls h.s., 4-8); Jack Healy (boys h.s., 5-6); Alec Reduker (men’s open, 6-8). Long jump: Elsie Hoover (girls 6-8, 9-5); Chloe Lodewick (girls 9-13, 12-2); Alisson Martinez (girls h.s., 13-4); Hunter Rossi (boys 9-13, 11-5 1/2); Ryan Lawlor (men’s open, 19-6).

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