On Monday at Lyman Orchards Golf Club, Cheshire High School girls’ golf (9-3) won 178-212 over host Mercy (1-7-1) to sweep the season series. Sophomore Sophia DelRosso took medalist with a 38.
Junior Sydney Hidalgo (45), senior Mackenzie Corcoran (47), and freshman Olivia Beach (48) also broke 50. Sophomore Sabrina DiRubba (53) and senior co-captain Rileigh Erickson (57) rounded out the lineup.
On Tuesday at Southington Country Club, the Rams play Amity (8-1) at 3 p.m.
Boys’ Golf (9-2)
CHS extended their win streak to five matches, winning 158-191 against host Coginchaug (5-9) at Lyman Orchards. Sophomore Jack Brewster (38, medalist), junior tri-captain AJ DePaolo (39), and senior tri-captain Nick Fortunato (40) and Riley Brabant (41) came in consecutively.
On Tuesday, Cheshire heads to The Tradition Golf Club at Oak Lane to face host Amity (4-9) at 2:40 p.m. Back on April 21 at The Farms Country Club, CHS posted a 165-172 win in the first meeting.
Cheshire came up short in a 4-3 loss at West Haven (9-8). The Blue Devils jumped ahead with two runs in the first inning, however CHS tied the game in the third and went up 3-2 during the fourth.
In the bottom of the seventh, WH put up two runs to walk off with the win and earn a split of the series in the regular season.
For CHS, senior co-captain/pitcher Luca Raccio gave up nine hits and two walks in 6.1 innings. He added a strikeout.
Sophomore Kyle Cyr (walk) and senior co-captain EJ Quint both had a single, an RBI, and a run scored. Senior Devin Grove tallied a double and scored a run.
Juniors Ian Wirtz, Ryan Murphy, and Mike Simeone also picked up singles. Senior Ethan Rosenthal chipped in an RBI.
To end the regular season on Wednesday, Cheshire hosts Branford (4-13) at 4 p.m. In the first meeting on April 27, CHS picked up a 11-1 road win.
Girls’ Tennis (7-6)
For the second time this spring, Cheshire fell 4-3 to Guilford (15-3). In winning Tuesday’s match at home, the Grizzlies swept the regular-season series.
At number one singles, freshman Alex Orlins swept all 12 games to improve to 12-0.
Junior Lila Watkinson and sophomore Riley Baldoni came away victorious 6-2, 6-4 at number one doubles. Juniors Julia Hummel and Rachel Goldstein recorded a 6-0, 6-1 victory.
In the third position, junior Lizzy Klem and sophomore Arya Desai came up just short 6-7 (2-7).
For Senior Day on Tuesday, captain Cayla Dolan will be recognized before the Rams play undefeated Amity (15-0) at 3:45 p.m. In the April 4 opener, the Spartans picked up a 7-0 victory.
Boys’ Tennis (6-9)
The Rams fell 7-0 to Daniel Hand (16-1). The Tigers swept the series in the regular season.
On Tuesday, CHS heads to play Guilford (8-7) at 3:45 p.m. To kick off the season on April 4, the Grizzlies pulled out a 4-3 victory at CHS.
Remainder of Tuesday’s varsity schedule:
Girls’ Lacrosse (9-5)
CHS travels to Milford to face Lauralton Hall (8-7) at 3:45 p.m. On April 26, the Rams posted a 18-7 win over the Crusaders.
The Rams host Amity (12-4) at 4:30 p.m. On April 22, Cheshire earned a 14-5 victory in Woodbridge.
Boys’ Lacrosse (12-2)
Riding a five-game win streak, Cheshire welcomes New Fairfield (8-6) at 6 p.m. Before the final regular-season home game, co-captains Andrew Benjamin and Max Manware, Marco Parete, Jason Raba, Joe Ranoldo, and Danny Zawalich will be honored on Senior Night.
Boys’ Volleyball (13-3)
Cheshire hosts Simsbury (9-8) at 6 p.m.