CHS Golf Teams Sweep At Lyman Orchards, Baseball And Tennis Teams Fall To Rivals

CHS Golf Teams Sweep At Lyman Orchards, Baseball And Tennis Teams Fall To Rivals


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.

Baseball (9-10)

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.

Softball (12-5)

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.



 

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