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High school roundup Brunswick tennis runs record to 7-0

April 25, 2018 GMT

Brunswick School continued its perfect tennis season, defeating Trinity School 6-1 on Tuesday in a non-conference match. The win moved the Bruins’ mark to 7-0.

Will Turchetta kept his successful season at first singles going, winning his match, 6-2, 6-0. Ben Powis gave the Bruins a 6-1, 6-0 win at second singles while Ryan Glanville was victorious at No. 3, 6-2, 7-5.

John DeLucia won at fourth singles for Brunswick, 6-0, 6-4. In doubles action, Hayden Hoover/Clark Davis were edged by Trinity School, 6-3, 7-5 at the No. 1 position. Nick Saah/Will McKinnon were 6-3, 6-1 winners at second doubles, while teammates Matt Russell/Pierce Henderson took their third doubles match, 6-3, 6-3.


The Tigers followed their decisive win against Northfield Mount Hermon on Saturday with by rolling to a resounding 18-5 victory against visiting Rye Country Day School in a FAA matchup held on Monday. Sophomore Katie Keller registered five goals and one assist while junior Ryan Smith scored three times and had five draw controls to pace Sacred Heart. Ameila Sheehan and Fiona Lewis each scored two goals, while Jacey Heffernan, Grace Lillis, Morgan Smith, Samantha Clark, Athena Corroon and Caroline Paul had one goal apiece.

Lillis gathered four ground balls and Morgan Smith recorded three ground balls and four draw controls in the winning effort. Rachel Keefe made eight saves for Sacred Heart, which also saw Lily Deconcini get three ground balls and assist on a goal.

“Sacred Heart came out with great energy, fighting for every possession and looking to move the ball,” Tigers coach Tara Clough said.


An eight-run second inning lifted Staples to a 14-9 win over visiting Greenwich in an FCIAC game on Tuesday.

The Wreckers finished with 13 hits . Emma Beinstein hit a home run and drove in three runs for Greenwich, which had 10 hits.

Kelly Brogan went 3 for 5, while Julie Gambino was 2 for 5 with two RBIs for the Cardinals. Olivia McClammy also led the Cardinals’ lineup, with two hits and two RBI. Starting pitcher Sophia Prieto had two hits and drove in one run for Greenwich.


Competing against Windsor, St. Marks, Brooks Academy, Newton Country Day School and Deerfield Academy, Greenwich Academy raced to two first-place finishes and a pair of second-place finishes Saturday in an NEIRA competition in Worcester, Mass. The Gators’ varsity one boat posted a second-place finish in 5:31.13. The boat included, Holand Ferguson, Mairead Kilgallon, Emma James, Brooke Lange and coxswain Emma Osman.

The team’s varsity two boat of Lucy Hudson, Schuyler Hyde, Caroline Schmitz, Olivia Falkenrath and coxswain Lilly Brooks won their race with a time of 5:35.68. Racing in GA’s varsity three boat were Jane Watson, Charlotte Gehring, Madison Farelo, Charlotte Sorbaro and coxswain Isabel Alard. They crossed the finish mark first, posting a time of 5:45.

In the varsity four race, Greenwich Academy’s crew of Maia Van Biesen, Marie Brewer, Clodagh McEvoy-Johnston, Elizabeth Razer and coxswain Sofi Galegos were second (5:52).