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Girls lax gets first win

FALLS VILLAGE — The girls track team won its meet on May 2 against Terryville and Litchfield.  Sydney Segalla won both the 100 and 200 meter races. Linus Barnes won the shot put event and qualified for the Berkshire League championships.

The baseball team beat Thomaston 10-2 on May 2 with Harry Schopp throwing a complete game. Brayton Wood had two singles and two runs batted in while Austin Bayer had two hits. With a 3-2 win against Wamogo on May 3, the boys tennis team is one win away from qualifying for the state tournament.

Softball traveled to Shepaug on May 4 where they faced one of the league’s best pitchers. The team lost 11-1.  Kenzie Ongley had two hits including an RBI double. The team won 8-7 with a walk off run in extra innings against the co-op team of Wamogo and Litchfield on May 5.  Pitcher Emma Crane pitched a complete game with five strikeouts.

Girls lacrosse won their first game of the season May 5, with an 11-10 victory on the road against Wolcott.  Catherine Bushey led the offense with six goals followed by Josie Marks (2), Lou Haemmerle (1), Marissa Zinke (1) and Maggie Raftery (1).  Libby Menniges had 10 saves in goal.

The girls tennis team improved their record to 5-4 with two wins last week. The team won 4-3 on May 3 against Wamogo. Melody Matsudaira (first singles), Dana Saccardi (second singles), Mia Bayer (third singles) and Yaritza Vega (fourth singles) won their matches. All three doubles matches were forfeited due to Housatonic’s low numbers. Due to Gilbert’s low numbers, only Saccardi (first singles) and Bayer (second singles) played matches on May 6.  Both won, only giving up two games during the entire contest.

The regional middle school baseball team split its games this week. Tanner Reid closed the game after Robbie Happy pitched in the 18-6 win over Gilbert on May 3.  Wesley Allyn put the game away with a triple while the entire lineup made it on base at least once. The team was given their first loss by Indian Mountain School on May 5. Wyatt Bayer pitched a strong four innings while Anthony Foley had two hits in the 6-1 loss.

Anne MacNeil is the Region One athletic director.

 

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