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HHS Sports Roundup: Powers, Golembiewski break records; baseball to play at Fenway Park

by | Apr 12, 2022 | Sports

Kate Powers and Sean Golembiewski started their outdoor track and field seasons with a bang, setting records in a dual meet on Monday against visiting Norwood.

In the girls team’s 124-12 victory, Powers won the discus with a throw of 147 feet, 9 inches that broke her own school record by 7 feet. She also won the shot put.

Also winning multiple individual events for the girls were Kiki Fossbender (200 meters, long jump) and Bridget O’Connor (high jump, triple jump). Additionally, Steph Johnson (800), Bethel Flanagan (400) and Grace Joy (mile) won individual events and then joined Ava Carboni to win the 4×400 relay.

The all-freshmen team of Lily O’Hara, Alina Zhu, Natalie Nguyen and Savannah Rivera won the 4×100 relay, while Carmen Thomas (100), Kiley Locke (400 hurdles), Ellie Driscoll (100 hurdles), Elyse Srodawa (2 mile) and Sarah Furlong (javelin) posted wins.

In the boys team’s 114-18 victory, Golembiewski broke the school record in the 100 meters with a time of 11.15 seconds. He also won the 400.

Other winners for HHS included Craig Salois (mile), Drew Bialobrzeski (400 hurdles), Wyatt Ruff (800), Kevin Prasanna (discus), Seamus Murphy (high jump), Dylan Michaud (long jump), Anshu Velur (triple jump), Russell Perryman (javelin), Riley Finnegan (shot put), Matt Burdulis (2 mile) and the 4×100 relay team.

Last Wednesday, the girls topped Holliston, 84-52. Powers won the shot put and discus, Fossbender won the 100 and the long jump, Shelby Jones won the 400, Driscoll won the 100 hurdles, Bethel Flanagan won the 800, Furlong won the javelin and the 4×100 relay of Emma DeMichele, Driscoll, Kayla Pandian and Thomas won as well.

The boys routed Holliston, 98-38. Golembiewski won the 100 and 200, Luke Boothroyd won the 400, Will Bialobrzeski won the 110 hurdles, Drew Bialobrzeski won the 400 hurdles, Jake Lacoche won the 800, Ruff won the mile, Salois won the 2 mile, Perryman won the javelin and Velur won the triple jump. The 4×100 and 4×400 relays also were victorious.

Baseball to play at Fenway

The Hopkinton High School baseball team will play Medfield at Fenway Park on Friday, April 29. The game is scheduled to start at 4 p.m. Admission is free, although donations will be accepted for the Jimmy Fund and Red Sox Foundation.

In its home opener on Friday, the Hillers held off Westwood, 5-4. Nick Paharik struck out the final batter with runners on second and third for the save. Andrew Gaughan, Joey Carrazza and Charlie Simulis had RBI hits in the Hillers’ three-run fourth inning, and Carrazza and Simulis also had RBIs in the second inning. …

Softball dropped a 6-4 decision at Medfield on Monday. Ashley Callery went 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI, Caroline DeSimone hit a double and Kelsea McCoy picked up one RBI.

The Hillers lost their opener, 6-3, to Westwood on Friday. Holly Paharik hit a home run and Zoe Adams had an RBI triple to lead the offense.

Boys lax earns first win

The HHS boys lacrosse team traveled to Holliston on Monday and returned with a 12-6 victory. Owen MacDonald led the way with three goals and four assists, while Logan DelPonte contributed four goals and two assists.

The boys fell to King Philip, 17-7, last Thursday. On April 1, the Hillers fell to Westwood, 11-7. MacDonald scored four goals and Rocco Horgan made 14 saves in the HHS net. …

Girls lacrosse fell to visiting Holliston, 18-10, on Monday despite three goals each from Michaela Scannevin and Emily Hayward. Emma Dacey added two goals, while Rachel Bouvier and Jayme Arena scored once each.

The Hillers fell to King Philip, 14-5, on Thursday. Last Tuesday, the Hillers fell to Medfield, 19-8. Hayward scored three goals, Dacey and Arena each scored twice and Scannevin had the other HHS goal.

Boys tennis starts strong

Boys tennis posted a 3-2 victory over Westwood on Friday. Lex Kaye won at first singles, Pranav Kapur won at third singles and TJ Weeden and Sooraj Sambasivam won at second doubles. The boys then blanked Medfield, 5-0, on Monday.

On April 1, the boys topped Wachusett, 4-1. Adam Glace won at second singles, Kapur won at third singles, Spencer Smith and Adam Palacios won at first doubles, while Weeden and Rishit Shekhar won at second doubles. …

Girls tennis won its league opener over Westwood on Friday by a score of 3-2. Paula Sendele, Riley Krattenmaker and Victoria Allen won their singles matches to secure the win. The Hillers then dropped a 3-2 decision at Medfield on Monday.

Last Tuesday, the girls posted a 4-1 victory over Wachusett. Krattenmaker won at second singles, Allen won at third singles, Hailey Kesler and Aarushi Kamra won at first doubles, and Evanya Mathur and Roma Tewari won at second doubles.


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