HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP Brunswick golf team remains undefeated
The Brunswick School golf team won five of six individual matches en route to posting a 197-214 five-score aggregate victory over Rye Country Day School at The Apawamis Club in Rye, N.Y., on Thursday.
Brunswick (6-0) was led by overall medalist Ben Carpenter’s round of even-par 36, followed by Charlie Marvin’s round of 38, Matt Camel and Matty Dzialga each finished with 40, and Connor Belcastro shot a 43.
“This was a good tune-up for Saturday’s six-team event at Hotchkiss School Golf Course,” Bruins coach Anthony Fischetti said. “The Hotchkiss tournament is one of our season benchmarks, so we’re all eager to take our positive start up there and see how our play stands up in that type of competition.”
GREENWICH ACADEMY TENNIS
Greenwich Academy kept its undefeated record going, registering a 6-1 win over visiting FAA foe Rye Country Day School on Thursday.
Emma Carney of GA was a 6-2, 7-6 (4) winner at the No. 1spot. Maddie Smith of Greenwich Academy notched a 6-2, 6-4 victory against Sammy Roskind. At third singles, Lily Martcucci won her match for the Gators against Charlotte Madden, 6-0, 6-0.
In doubles action, Annabel Thrasher/Karina Toub showed their experience in pulling out a 6-3, 1-6, 10-3 win for Greenwich Academy against Lily Rosen/Izzy Showers. At the No. 2 doubles spot, Kate Miele/Lauren Wakeman tallied a 6-0, 6-3 win for the home team.
Third doubles saw Andrea Jemiolo/Heather Bienstock register a 6-4, 6-2 win.
The Greenwich High School baseball team evened its record to 2-2 by defeating host New Canaan, 9-0, on Wednesday.
The Cardinals, who are 1-1 in FCIAC play, received four hitless innings from sophomore starting pitcher Miles Langhorne.
Langhorne (1-0) struck five and walked four batters to earn the win. Luc Thiebeault and threw two scoreless innings of relief and Zach Karson did not allow a run in one inning of work for the Cards.
Jackson Blanchard doubled in the first inning and scored on Henry Jonokuchi’s double. Danny Perez added a sacrifice fly, giving Greenwich a 3-0 first-inning lead. Shortstop Chris Genaro delivered a three-run double later in the game, making it 6-0.
Sean Pratley and Ian Colalucci each had two hits, while Jackson Blanchard had an RBI.
SACRED HEART LACROSSE
Sacred Heart Greenwich rolled to a resounding 18-6 victory against visiting Westminster School in a matchup held on Wednesday.
Senior midfielder Ryan Smith registered four goals, while junior Amelia Sheehan tallied three goals and four assists to spark the Tigers (3-0). Caroline Paul scored three times, as did Kate Keller for the victors.
Fiona Lewis added one goal and one assist, while junior Morgan Smith had one goal one assist and gathered three ground balls for Sacred Heart. Lily Deconcini (one goal), Abby Barnett (one goal), Hilary Hoover (one goal, three ground balls), Athena Corroon (one assist) and Mia Cesare (one assist) also paced Sacred Heart.
GREENWICH BOYS GOLF
On Wednesday, defending FCIAC and state Greenwich opened its boys golf season by defeating Trinity Catholic, 150-255, on Wednesday in Stamford.
Senior Jackson Fretty earned medalist honors for the Cardinals, shooting a 34. Billy Nail, a senior, shot a 38, while senior Ben Ropiak carded a 39 for the Cardinals (1-0).
Juniors Tyler Sudell and Tyler Donnellan also shot a 39 for the victors. Greenwich plays Danbury today (Thursday) at Griffith E. Harris Golf Course at 2 p.m.
GREENWICH HIGH GIRLS GOLF
The Cardinals won their third straight match to start the season, posting a 177-223 win against Trumbull Wednesday at Tashua Knolls.
Junior Sydney Nethercott was the medalist for Greenwich, shooting a 36. Senior captain Grace Sunoo finished with a 45, while freshman Sofia Ghorbel carded a 46. Jackie Intriere shot a 50 for the 3-0 Cardinals.
Meghan Lesko paced Trumbull (1-1) with a 48.
The Bruins ran their record to 4-0 with a 5-2 triumph against visiting St. Luke’s School in an FAA match held on Wednesday.
Lorenzo Gunningham was victorious at third singles for Brunswick, 6-2, 6-0. Edward Nagler (No. 4) pulled out a 3-6, 6-1, 10-6 victory for the Bruins, while teammates Matt Russell/Alex Penn took a 7-6, (5), 6-3 decision at the top doubles spot.
Colin Wahl/Peter Lehrman won 7-6, (6), 7-6 (6) in a tough matchup at the No. 2 position. Nick Errico and Joe Delany gave the Bruins a 7-6, 6-0 victory at the third doubles slot.