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U13 Boys Orange Game Summary 4.30.17


The U13 Orange scored a decisive 12 -2 victory over visiting Amesbury. Ipswich was paced by goals from Eliot Donovan, Hayden Fowler, Chris Burns, Terry Manning and rookie William Harrington who notched his 1st career goal.  Jayson Clapp, Nate Kristian and Theo Van Alen each contributed with assists. The Orange defense was anchored by Shane O’Reilly, Caden Sopic and Ben Dillon and backstopped by goalie Harrison Hildebrandt.  Braden Bromby, Cole Thomas and Sam Magers worked the transition game as midfielders while Cal MacLennan worked hard on attack. The performance of the day was from Theo Van Alen who was relentless on ground balls providing Ipswich with valuable possessions.


Ipswich U9 Girls Game Summary 4.30.17


A big cheer for Ipswich U9 girls as they earned their first win this season! Ground balls and swift passes ruled the day in the midfield as Natalie Elder and Isabella Racho facilitated play for our posse of second grade scorers, Reid Johnson (6), Lia Dillon (3) and Hadley Blaisdell (1). Excellent, aggressive play around the opponent’s goal by Zoe Pincus, Gracyn Cummins and Phoebe Allen resulted in newcomer Phoebe’s first career goal! On defense Vivian Bodycombe, Alli Colannino, Ella McCarthy and Isabelle Welenc marked up tightly, denying passes around our own goal while goalie Cabot Johnson allowed only five goals, making two saves and a handful of clears. The improvement these girls has made is astounding, from unbelievable catches to hard won ground ball battles, big cuts across the field to thoughtful support of teammates, and all with great big smiles on their young faces. Go, Tigers!


U15 Black vs North Reading


The chilly weather did not slow down U15 Black as they handed North Reading’s talented U15 team an 8 – 2 loss.  The Ipswich boys played their most impressive game of the season.  Lead by a tough defensive group – Egan Davidson, Cade McAdams, Chase Huntley, Teddy Gray, Dylan LeGere and Alex Yanakakis – the Tigers kept the North Reading scoring chances to a minimum.  Once again Jonah Orroth was solid in net.  Great ball movement in the offensive end resulted in many good scoring chances.  Rowan Silva and Justin Bruhm lead the offense with hat tricks.  Egan Davidson and Joe O’Keefe each tossed in a goal.  Up next – Pentucket U15 Green.