The Georgetown football team didn’t get the result they wanted last Thursday, but they did manage to celebrate a milestone in their highest gap.
In a 35-14 loss to Lynnfield, senior Jack Lucido had 13 passes for 187 yards and a touchdown. That put the Weslyan-commit at 1,363 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns on the year, breaking the all-time record for former Georgetown star Hunter Lane when he had 1,183 yards in his year. junior in 2017.
âThe first half was only 15-7 and we had a few opportunities to take the lead at half-time,â said Georgetown coach Eric McCarthy. âBut in the second half they were a bit exhausted as injuries forced an offensive line that included a freshman, two sophomores and two running backs.
âJack had another awesome night and continues to build on his memorable season. The thing about him is that he continues to improve every week as he only starts his 20th organized football game in his life. It was an emotional evening for him which was his last home game, but his career has only just begun and Weslyan is doing well.
Senior QB Anthony Plumb threw for 290 yards and two scores, connecting with Lucido in the first half and Colin Martin on a 75-yard bomb in the third quarter.
Georgetown (3-6) still has their Thanksgiving game with Manchester-Essex for Lucido and Plumb to build on their region records.
Lynnfield 35, Georgetown 14
Lynnfield (4-5): 7 8 20 0 – 35
Georgetown (3-6): 0 8 6 0 – 14
L – Spencer Riley 2 run (Kevin Connolly kick)
G – Anthony Plumb’s Jack Lucido 25 pass (Plumb’s J. Lucido pass)
L – Robert Marley 12 run (col Joseph Cucciniello)
L – James Sharkey 30 rush (missed pass)
L – Marley 4 rush (Connolly kick)
G – Colin Martin 75 pass from Plumb (missed kick)
L – Marley 3 rush (Connolly kick)
WHO PASSED: G – Anthony Plumb 18-30-2, 299
RECEPTION: G – Jack Lucido 13-187, Colin Martin 1-75, Jake Thompson 2-6, Carter Lucido 2-10, Nate GiguÃ¨re 2-20