Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John each speak to the work of John the Baptist, preaching and baptizing people in the Jordan River. While the descriptions of the people who came, heard, and were baptized is varied and indicates many people and possibly some Gentiles (Luke's soldiers) were present, there is no direct statement that Samaritans ever came to John. Based on this silence, one could assume Samaritans had no part of John's message or baptism.
In giving the Gospel at Antioch of Pisidia Paul said:
Of this man's offspring God has brought to Israel a Savior, Jesus, as he promised. Before his coming, John had proclaimed a baptism of repentance to all the people of Israel. And as John was finishing his course, he said, ‘What do you suppose that I am? I am not he. No, but behold, after me one is coming, the sandals of whose feet I am not worthy to untie.’ (Acts 13:23-25 ESV)
All the people of Israel would include those in Samaria. Based on Paul's statement is it reasonable to conclude that Samaritans went to hear John (despite the silence of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John)?