Amesbury Indians Field Hockey '08

Amesbury 0, Newburyport 0

The Clippers (12-2-5) finished their regular season schedule with two ties in two days. The tie clinches a second-place finish for the Clippers in the Cape Ann League Large. They were undefeated in their last 12 games, posting a 9-0-3 record.

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Field Hockey, 10/23/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Amesbury 1, Pentucket 0

The Indians (5-9-4) snapped a five-game winless streak. Nicole Costa scored the Amesbury goal 11:42 into the first half. Gabby Magnifico had the assist.

"It felt good to win," Amesbury coach Gail Kelleher said."We were looking forward to the game because we had similar records."

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Field Hockey, 10/21/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Amesbury 1, Wilmington 1

Amesbury's Gabby Magnifico scored the game's first goal with 13 minutes remaining in the second half. Wilmington (2-13-3) answered three minutes later. Wilmington held the slight advantage in shots (15-14) and corners (7-6). Kaitlyn Goodwin made 12 saves for Amesbury (4-9-4).

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Field Hockey, 10/20/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Amesbury 1, Triton 1

Gabby Magnifico scored the game-tying goal for Amesbury in the second half against Triton.

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Field Hockey, 10/17/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

North Andover 2, Amesbury 0

Kaitlyn Goodwin made 23 saves for Amesbury (4-9-2). Forward Alyssa Lariviere was instrumental in keeping the pressure off of the defense, according to Amesbury coach Gail Kelleher.

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Field Hockey, 10/15/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Manchester 4, Amesbury 0

The Amesbury Indians (4-7-2) fell to the Manchester-Essex Hornets (10-1-1) yesterday, 4-0. The Indians were out-shot 27-4, but Kaitlyn Goodwin made 18 saves for the Indians.

"We were overwhelmed with their aggression and strong play," said Indian coach Gail Kelleher. "We did adjust, but they're just a better team at this point of the year. Michelle Foley played her best game of the year, and Maggie Santosuosso also played extremely well."

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Field Hockey, 10/08/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Amesbury 5, Hamilton-Wenham 3

Struggling to find some offensive fluidity, Amesbury found its groove against Hamilton-Wenham as four of the five Indian goal-scorers scored their first goal of the season.

Michelle Foley, Keri Salvatore, Gabby Magnifico, and Jojo Lannon all scored their first goals of the season. Maggie Santosuosso also scored and had two assists for the Indians, while Miranda Ballard, Magnifico, and Alyssa Lariviere also had assists.

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Field Hockey, 10/07/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Georgetown 3, Amesbury 0

Hannah Birnie, Kristen Pingree and Kelly Burke all scored to lead Georgetown to a win over River Rival Amesbury, 3-0.

Emily Messellaar and Burke also had assists for the Royals, whose strong play caught the Indians off balance.

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Field Hockey, 10/06/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Amesbury 0, Ipswich 0

The Amesbury Indians (3-5-2) and the Ipswich Tigers (4-2-3) finished in a draw on Thursday night at the Amesbury Sports Park. Amesbury had the advantage in penalty corners (9-5) and shots on goal (20-5).

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Field Hockey, 10/02/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Waldie and Whitely lift North Andover

Candice Waldie and Krissy Whitley each notched a pair of goals and Meghan Toomey added insurance as North Andover cruised past Amesbury 5-0. Amanda Footed added two helpers for the Knights.

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Field Hockey, 09/10/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars