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Cats get revenge

The Whittier Tech boys avenged an earlier loss to Ipswich with a 60-46 decision over the Tigers.
Schneider Geneus tossed in 19 points, to lead the winners, who grabbed a 19-15 lead after a quarter and never looked back.
Tyler Rice had 15 points, and Yuki Efosa pitched in 11.
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Boys Basketball, 02/17/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Cunningham double-double

Northern Essex ran its win streak to 12 games with a 75-64 win over Bristol Community College.
Daniel Almarante (Lawrence) and Phillip Cuningham (Haverhill) each scored 15 points while Cunningham also grabbed 15 rebounds.
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Girls Basketball, 02/14/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Brien breaks Triton record

The Triton swimming records have been changing quite frequently this winter.

After Sam Whitaker broke the school's 200 freestyle record earlier in the season, Henry O'Brien came out on Wednesday at set a new record pace in 1:56.15. That time qualified Brien for the state tournament, broke Whitaker's time (1:58.81) by over two seconds and helped the Vikings win their dual meet against Ipswich, 64-45.

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Boys Swimming, 01/13/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Four for Rubio

Emily Rubio set personal bests on the way to winning the long jump (16-6), high jump (5-4) and 400 hurdles (69.9, hand-timed PR) and ran on the winning 4x400 relay as Pentucket crushed Ipswich 103-38.

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Girls Track and Field, 05/14/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Dube leads Sachems


Sophomore Abby Dube continued to play well, scoring 12 points, as the Pentucket girls won their third straight, 43-19 over Ipswich.

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Girls Basketball, 01/11/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Couture cannon

Anthony Couture exploded for 31 points and 10 rebounds to lead Whittier to a 72-49 win over Ipswich.

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Boys Basketball, 01/22/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Couture wins it


Anthony Couture scored on a layup with three seconds left to lift Whittier Tech to a 57-56 victory over Ipswich. Abdiel Torre led the scoring with 17 points while Couture added 13.

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Boys Basketball, 12/23/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Ipswich rolls past Whittier in non-playoff game

HAVERHILL — With a 4 p.m. start time, Friday’s match with Ipswich wasn’t an official night game, but the Whittier football team finally got a chance to try out the field’s new lighting.
And while the outcome wasn’t what they’d hoped, the Wildcats still felt the significance in the MIAA “non-playoff” game.
“Playing under the lights at home has been a dream of mine since my freshman year,” senior running back AJ Espinal said. “Even for the people who came before me, it was a dream. I’m just blessed to be able to play football.”
Whittier had three scoring drives in which it was successful on all five fourth-down attempts, but Ipswich answered each time the Wildcats closed the gap before leaving with a 36-22 victory.
Ipswich (4-5) took the initial lead, picking up five first downs on a 10-play drive which ended on a Cole Terry 6-yard run with 5:30 left in the first.
Whittier (4-5) responded with a 13-play drive powered by Espinal. He gained 45 of the 55 yards and two of his nine carries converted fourth-down tries. The senior capped the possession with a 6-yard run and the first of his two conversion runs to tie the score at 8-8.
Whitter’s ensuing possession ended with 72 seconds left on a 13-yard punt to the Wildcat 39. And Ipswich needed only four plays to take a 16-8 halftime lead, scoring on a 16-yard pass from James to Ethan Jean-Charles with 10 seconds left.
Although that was James’ only scoring pass, he continually aided drives by completing seven of his eight attempts for 104 yards.
“We’d seen some of their film,” Whittier coach Kevin Bradley said. “They didn’t throw the ball. We were trying to do a couple things and gambled. We wanted to be aggressive, and they caught us on it a couple times.”
David Lonergan provided the Tigers a 22-8 lead midway through the third with the first of his two 12-yard scoring runs. 
That score set off a flurry as the teams combined for touchdowns on each of the ensuing four possessions.
Another fourth-down conversion aided Whittier’s 12-play drive which Joe Iannalfo made successful on a 1-yard run with 4 seconds left in the period.
“We go for it,” Bradley said. “We drill it that we’re going to get it on fourth down. We want to keep that ball going.”
But Lonergan, who gained at least 10 yards on five of his seven second-half carries, once again scored for a 28-14 lead.
Espinal, who had 117 yards on 25 carries, had two fourth-down runs on the next possession. He finished it off with a 1-yard plunge and conversion to cut the deficit to 28-22 with 3:44 left.
A 53-yard Lonergan run and conversion with 1:17 left was the clincher for Ipswich.
“You can’t win them all,” Espinal said. “We didn’t give up until the end, and that’s what teamwork is all about. We’re a family no matter what.”
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Football, 11/08/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Whittier qualifies


Behind two goals by Nate Cartier, Whittier Tech blanked Ipswich 2-0 to qualify for the state tournament. Luke MacFarland had seven saves for the Wildcats (9-7-1)

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Boys Soccer, 10/28/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Clippers win five-set thriller

The Newburyport girls volleyball team edged out Ipswich in a thrilling, back-and-forth match on Friday night, winning 3-2 after narrowly taking the decisive fifth-set. Sydney Yim led the Clippers with nine kills and Abigail Gillingham had seven blocks as Newburyport lost the first set 25-23, won the next two 25-19 and 25-21, and lost the fourth set 25-23 before winning the winner-take-all fifth 15-13. Newburyport is now 1-1 to start the year and is at Triton on Tuesday.

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Girls Volleyball, 09/08/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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