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LYNNFIELD — There may be few things Lynnfield’s Kyle McGah will remember of his team’s 42-0 victory over Manchester-Essex Saturday afternoon. A perennial 100-yard running back, McGah sat the entire second half after the Pioneers hung up 35 points on the visiting Hornets in the first two quarters. His line of eight rushes for 59 yards will hardly rank among his career-best performances.
But McGah — or “Beast’’ as he’s known to his teammates — will likely never forget his first of two scores. His 9-yard dash to the end zone in the first quarter was the 32d rushing touchdown for his career. It broke Lynnfield’s long-held rushing touchdown record, as McGah continues to rewrite the Pioneer record books.