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Xavier again

Xavier Metivier won his second straight race and Methuen whipped Andover 16-43. Coach Kevin Alliette said, "He's steadily becoming a force in the MVC."

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Boys Cross Country, 09/20/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Bounce-back romp

 

Pentucket's boys cross country team bounced back from last week's loss to Masconomet with a 15-48 romp over North Reading. Peter Lopata and Will Coppola went one-two with the same 2.95-mile time of 17:18.

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Boys Cross Country, 09/19/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

First win

Four-year starter Jaryd Plante earned his first ever meet win, finishing first in 19:42 to help Whittier edge Greater Lowell 26-29. Freshman Jack Venturi had his best meet of the young season, finishing third in 20:14.

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Boys Cross Country, 09/19/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Metivier breaks through

 

Methuen junior Xavier Metivier placed first for his first cross country victory, running 15:04 for 2.8 miles, but the Rangers fell to Methuen 27-30. Sam Flint, in his first meet since 2016, was fourth in a personal-best 15:16.e

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Boys Cross Country, 09/12/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

DeRoche wins it

 

Haverhill sophomore Gabby DeRoche opened the season on a positive note, taking first in a dual meet against Lowell, covering the 2.9 Winnekenni course in 20:02.

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Boys Cross Country, 09/12/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Dominant run

The Pentucket boys cross country team dominated Lynnfield, sweeping the top spots to win 15-50. Peter Lopata, Will Coppola, Colin Costa, Anthony Accardi and Sam Stys were the top five finishers as the Sachems improved to 2-0 on the year.

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Boys Cross Country, 09/11/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Knights lead at Relays

 

North Andover was the top local relay finisher for both the boys and girls in Saturday's Clipper Relays, taking an 11th in each race.

For the boys, Jack Bicksler, Kevin Wong and Tommy Faucher combined for a 31:10 for the six miles (2 miles each) while Abby Mastromonaco, Courtney Dalke and Lauren O'Connell were timed in 38:38.

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Boys Cross Country, 09/08/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Astros settle for 2nd

 

Pinkerton has dominated the Paul Letarte Mt. Washington Invitational over the years, winning 14 of the last 15 meets prior to Saturday, but the Astros were a distant second to Keene this year.

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Boys Cross Country, 09/08/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Khalil takes first

 

HOLLIS — Sanborn sophomore Dylan Khalil opened his season on a high note, placing first overall at the Coach Korcoulis Invitational in Hollis.

Khalil crossed the line in the 5K race in 17:23, five second ahead of runner-up Brandon Langdon of John Stark. Khalil's classmate Owen Stocker was fifth in 17:53.7.

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Boys Cross Country, 09/08/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Champion Sachems devour competition

WRENTHAM — Next week, the Capital Grille! 
Coach Darrel Cox and the Pentucket boys cross country team had the time of their lives at Fuddruckers in Reading, celebrating another championship.
This was big ... the Eastern Mass. Division 5 title.
"If we win (Division 2) All-States, we'll go to some place real nice," said Cox.
The boys deserve wherever they want to go after what Cox called "the highlight of my career, absolutely."
Cox is in his 13th year at Pentucket and "about his 23rd year" as a cross country coach overall.
Pentucket outdueled Norwell by a wafer-thin 3-point margin (83-86) with Cape Ann League rival Triton in third (114 points).
Norwell went 1-2 over the 3.1-mile Wrentham Development Center course. But after the big 2 of Steven O'Driscoll (16:14.51) and Andrew Corbett (16:19.77), the Clippers couldn't match the Sachems' depth and balance.
The five scorers were: 3. Peter Lopatta 16:22.45, 7. Sam Stys 16:34.70, 12. Nick Murphy 16:51.87, 30. David Gangemi 17:27.40, 31. Colin Costa 17:28.37
Cox (or the Pentucket Boosters) had better be saving up because this group could be eating a lot of celebratory meals in the upcoming years. Lopata, Stys and Gangemi are sophomores and Costa is a freshman. Murphy is a senior but the 31st and 32nd runners in the 165-runner/24-team field were Sachem juniors Will Coppola (17:31.00) and Anthony Accardi (17:31.21).
Eagle-Tribune records reveal the Sachem boys last won an EMass title a quarter century ago. That was the EMass. D4 championship team in 1992. Back then there were only four divisions. 
Cox gave special kudos to Stys and Murphy.
Stys had placed sixth at the Cape Ann League meet (although the CAL is a terrific cross country league) and now took seventh in a major EMass. meet.
"Sam ran the race of his life," said Cox. "The sixth in the league was the second best of his life."
As for Murphy, Cox said, "Nick sacrificed in the early-season races. He was clear-cut No. 1. He'd stay back and run with them (the younger runners) and give them more and more confidence. He's not downtrodden. He's happy for them."
Next week the D2 State Meet is back in Wrentham.
Coach, bring your wallet.
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Boys Cross Country, 11/20/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sachems finish 2nd at All-State

 

Yes, the Pentucket boys cross country team would have loved to place first in Saturday's Division 2 All-State Meet at Wrentham.

But, in perspective, placing second to Parker Charter is certainly somethng to be proud of.

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Boys Cross Country, 11/18/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Wildcats repeat as champs

 

Whittier's boys wrapped up another unbeaten cross country season by repeating as the Commonwealth Conference Upper Division champions.

The Wildcats finished with 51 points to defeat Chelsea by seven points. Greater Lawrence was third with 70.

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Boys Cross Country, 10/28/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sachems storm to CAL crown

 

Pentucket won not only on its first Cape Ann League boys cross country meet title since 2003, but the Sachems did it convincingly Saturday.

The Sachems, who also won the JV meet, placed five runners in the top 11, led by rising sophomore Peter Lopata, who came in third in 16:13 on the 3.05-mile Bradley Palmer course, nine seconds and one place in front of teammate Nick Murphy.

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Boys Cross Country, 10/28/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

May takes 8th in MVC

 
Lowell totally dominated the MVC boys cross country meet, placing five of the top seven on the varsity level and 12 of the top 14 in the JV meet, but Haverhill junior Keith May broke up the Raiders a little bit.
May had his best race of the season and took sixth overall in 16:15 over the 5K course at Tewksbury to top all other local runners. He was two places ahead of Central's Cam Leonard and three ahead of Raider Evan Fagan. James Burger Pothier was third for the Raiders who had a strong day overall to finish second as a team. Methuen, led by Jacob St. Onge (1th( was fifth with North Andoverm lws by Jack Bicksler (17th) was sixth.
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Boys Cross Country, 10/28/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Astros happy with 2nd

 

MANCHESTER — A week ago, Pinkerton coach Mike Clark stated his goal for Saturday;s Division 1 meet at Derryfield Park.

"With the ypimng team that I have, I'd be ecstatic if we could finish second in that field," said Clark. "Nobody is going to beat Concord."

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Boys Cross Country, 10/28/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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