Pentucket Sachems Boys Track and Field '18

Pinkerton's King wins New England title

DURHAM, N.H. — J.J. King, who has oinly done track for two years, won the javelin at the 73rd annual New England Championships at UNH's Reggie Atkins Track.

The senior, who is a UNH recruit, threw 189-4. The 6-4, 215-pounder's third of six throws was the big one. It was just off his modern school record of 190-5. Rhode Island freshman Ian Hall was runner-up with a 185-2 throw. Pinkerton senior Noah Woodman took second in the 400 (49.05) and anchored the Astros' eighth-place 4x400 relay. That quartet, which also included Jadyn Ruimwijk, Adam Spencer and Pat Hanlon, was clocked in 3:27.89.

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Boys Track and Field, 06/09/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Lawrence wins North decathlon title

An inexperienced but talented Lawrence High trio pulled a stunner and won the North Sectional team decathlon title.

The Lancers totalled 15,560 points to beat out runner-up Central Catholic (15,377).

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Boys Track and Field, 06/07/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Andover 27, Central Catholic 16, Haverhill 1, North Andover 1, Lawrence 0, Methuen 0, Pentucket 0

FITCHBURG — Lowell won the boys' title at the All-State meet and some MVC rivals had some stellar performances. Andover senior Matt McDermott won the discus with a 169-1 toss, just 11 inches off his area record. Teammate Alec Pascoe again starred with a sixth in the 110 hurdles and a fifth in the 400 hurdles.

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Boys Track and Field, 06/02/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Clohisy, May impress at Weston Twilight

Pentucket's Jack Clohisy was second in the 110 hurdles (15.06) to lead Pentucket at the Weston Twilight Invitational.

Haverhill's Keith May added a third in the 800 (1:57.68) while Methuen's Saul Cespedes was third in the high jump (6-3). Pentucket's Jacob Dickson was fourth in the long jump (20-7).

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Boys Track and Field, 05/06/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Clohisy takes second

Pentucket's Jack Clohisy placed second overall at the Pentucket Pentathlon, scoring 2,627 points after running a 16.00 in the 110-meter hurdles,long jumping 18-6 1/2, running a 4:57.83 in the 1,500-meters, high jumping 4-7 3/4, shot putting 32-5 1/2. Amesbury's Billy Sydlowski, Francisco Laracuente and John Sydlowski placed third, fourth and fifth respectively and North Reading's Lionel Beane was the overall winner with 2,639 points.

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Boys Track and Field, 04/18/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars