Pentucket's Molly Smith, Rachel Perry, Ali Attenasio and Chase Marcotte placed fifth in the shuttle hurdles with a time of 32.88 at the Division 3 relays at the Reggie Lewis Center.
Pentucket's Liz Beauregard, Brianna Repke, Emma Marchant and Kelsey Pratt qualified for states in the 4x800 with a 10:30.83. Marisa Lundy, Colleen Kilian, Tori Spofford and Charlotte Merritt qualified for states in the 4x200 with a 1:55.47.
The Eagle-Tribune Publishing Company is owned by Community Newspaper Holdings, Inc., which owns and operates
award-winning, community-focused publications in 22 states, with daily circulation of more than 1 million.
Eagle-Tribune Publishing Company owns four daily newspapers: The Eagle-Tribune, located in North Andover, Mass.;
The Salem News, located in Salem, Mass.; The Daily News of Newburyport, located in Newburyport, Mass.; and
Gloucester Daily Times, located in Gloucester, Mass. The company also owns four weekly newspapers :
Andover Townsman, located in Andover, Mass.; Derry News and Weekender, located in Derry, N.H.; The Haverhill Gazette, located in Haverhill, Mass.;
and Carriage Towne News, located in Kingston, N.H. The company also has interests in three local radio stations.