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Lakeville Journal Sports

Boys lacrosse falls to RHAM over spring break

karaw@lakevillejournal.com

FALLS VILLAGE — Students in the Region One School District were on spring break the week of April 18 to 22, but the Housatonic Valley Regional High School boys lacrosse team wasn’t.
On the afternoon of Wednesday, April 20, the team gathered on its home field to face off with a team from Regional 8 high school, which serves the towns of Andover, Hebron and Marlborough (its acronym is RHAM).
The game ended badly for the Housy boys, who lost 4-10, bringing their season record to two wins and three losses.

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Housatonic student of the week

Willy Yahn
karaw@lakevillejournal.com

Age: 15
Grade: Freshman
Town: Sharon
Sport: Baseball
Position: Pitcher and third base
Years on varsity: one
How did you start playing baseball? My mom was always a baseball fan. I’ve been playing for fun since I was 4.
What made you try pitching? When I was younger, the coaches used to test out different players as pitchers. They put me on the mound one day, and I guess I was OK at it. I started pitching more and more often.

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Bitter cold but ‘it was worth it’

First day of fishing
cynthiah@lakevillejournal.com

LAKEVILLE — Normally, fishermen try to outdo each other with tales of their magnificent catch.
But on a chilly first day of fishing season (April 16), most of the fishermen and women tried to outdo each other with tales of how cold their hands got while trying their luck out on Lake Wononscopomuc.
Certainly plenty of trout were hauled in on lines dangled from the shore and from boats of many shapes and sizes. The state had stocked the lake with 6,000 fish in March. Lakeville Town Grove Manager Stacy Dodge said they were, “beautiful, a very nice size.”

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Special Olympic swimmers inspire

LAKEVILLE — Every athlete, and certainly every Olympic athlete, has a story to tell, of dedication, love of their sport and the process of moving up through the ranks, seeking success and avoiding elimination.
Perhaps this is true to an even greater degree for the Special Olympians, a group of athletes who must overcome the challenges of their own disabilities as well as the challenges that mainstream athletes face.

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Fish Watch

Noah Cyr showed off the fish he and a friend reeled in on Sunday at Lake Wononscopomuc in Lakeville.

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Masters Swimmers end season with meet

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LAKEVILLE — Swimmers from the New Wave Masters Swimming Group had an end-of-season meet with the Simon’s Rock Pacemakers at the Simon’s Rock pool in Great Barrington. Swimmers from a Pittsfield, Mass., Masters Swimming group also took part.
The New Wave group, coached by Rick Vizzari and Bob Keiter, swims at the pool at The Hotchkiss School.
The New Wave team came in second in both the men’s and women’s divisions.

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Housy gets its game on — a spring sports preview

karaw@lakevillejournal.com

FALLS VILLAGE — The athletes of Housatonic Valley Regional High School are back outside and on the fields for spring sports.
Mountaineer coaches shared a preview of their spring teams. The April 7 issue of The Lakeville Journal previewed baseball, softball and boys lacrosse.
Girls lacrosse
The Housy girls lacrosse team is about to embark on a huge rebuilding year. The team is half freshmen and half upperclassmen, a big change from last year, when the team only had one freshman.

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Sharon bridge scores April 7

SHARON — There were four full tables for duplicate bridge at Good Neighbors on Low Road in Sharon on March 23. The crowd was reduced because the van at Noble Horizons dared not venture out, fearful of the threatened snowstorm, so we missed some very popular players who could not join us.
We used the Howell Movement instead of the more customary Mitchell Movement due to the small number of players. The average score was 42.

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Housy gets its game on — a spring preview

karaw@lakevillejournal.com

FALLS VILLAGE — The athletes of Housatonic Valley Regional High School are ready to get back outside and on the fields for spring sports. The baseball, softball, lacrosse, track and field and tennis teams will have their first competitions in early April. The golfers will have their first game on April 25.
Mountaineer coaches shared a preview of their spring teams.
Baseball

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Warming up for spring

The Housatonic Valley Regional High School girls softball team took on Mount Everett March 29 in a scrimmage at home, showing off skills and new uniforms. A lot of batters made it home, but no official score was kept. They were scheduled to open their season April 6 at Lewis Mills. Above, Emma Olownia takes a swing while coach Darlene Membrino looks on.

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