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Triton holds off Pentucket

(West Newbury MA) Both teams were missing two captains.

Both teams were on losing streaks.

Triton fared best in this crucial outing for both squads and defeated Pentucket, 62-52, on Friday night.

The noise during the game was at tournament level.

It was Senior Night.  Kids played at halftime and there was a heavily-involved band.  To say the least, there was a lot going on.

Mason Ferrick (22 points)

The Vikings (8-7) led by senior Mason Ferrick (22 points) started fast and never trailed.

Sparked by thirteen of Mason’s points, Triton was ahead, 28-12, halfway through the second quarter.

“We were missing several key players,” said Mason, “and coach said that I had to pick up some of the slack on offense and that is what I did.”

Pentucket coach Ed Hickey cited the bad start as crucial: “We dug ourselves too deep a hole early in the game.”

The Sachems (5-9) were still in double-digit trouble early in the final quarter trailing, 43-30.

Thereafter, the struggling Pentucket offense, which had put up seven points, thirteen points, and ten points in the previous three periods, came to life.

To read the entire article and see game photos visit McClelland Miscellanea.

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