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HHS Sports Roundup: Track teams capture TVL titles

by | May 11, 2022 | Sports

Unified track

Members of the HHS unified track and field team pose with their medals at Monday’s sectional meet. PHOTO/HHS ATHLETICS

The Hopkinton High School boys and girls track teams clinched the Tri-Valley League Large School Division titles with victories at Ashland on Tuesday. Both teams went undefeated in dual meets this season and next will compete in the TVL Showcase next Tuesday.

The girls beat Ashland 121-15, sweeping nine events and winning both relays. Kiki Fossbender won the 100, 200 and long jump. Kate Powers captured first in the discus and shot put. Emma Michele won both hurdles races. Steph Johnson won the mile, Bethel Flanagan won the 400, and the two joined Abby Flanagan and Katie Callery to win the 4×400 relay. Elena Davies, Alina Zhu, Lily O’Hara and Savannah Rivera won the 4×100 relay. Grace Joy raced to first in the 800. Sarah Furlong won the javelin. Sowmya Karthikeyan was first in the triple jump. Kiley Locke won the high jump.

The boys were victorious by a score of 86.6-49.5. Drew Bialobrzeski won the 400 hurdles. Seamus Murphy won the 100. Connor Dorfman was first in the mile. Ruben Noroian won the 400. Paul Litscher was first to the line in the 110 hurdles. Kavin Prasanna won the shot put. Russell Perryman took first in the javelin. Leo Shinmura won the long jump. Eric Touzjian captured first in the triple jump. Josh Krymgold won the discus. The 4×100 relay team (James MacCarthy, Perryman, Riley Finnegan, Murphy) also took first.

At Monday’s unified track and field sectional meet, HHS finished second. John Murray took first in the 100 meters and the long jump, while the relay team took first with a school-record time of 59.44 seconds. …

Senior pitcher Charlotte Cann recorded 13 strikeouts in leading softball to an 8-3 victory over Millis on Monday. Caroline DeSimone led the offense with three hits, while Julianna Ceddia, Bailey Harrigan and Cami Trendel recorded hits in the seventh inning to secure the win. …

In the baseball team’s 7-2 victory over Norton on Friday, Mike Burney pitched 4 2/3 innings of two-run ball and Nick Paharik tossed 2 1/3 innings without allowing a run. Joe Scardino led the offense with four RBI on a pair of two-run hits. Dylan Locke added two run-scoring singles, and Charlie Petruney contributed an RBI triple. …

Using a makeshift lineup due to COVID absences, girls tennis nonetheless posted a 5-0 victory over Millis on Monday. At No. 1 singles, Victoria Allen pulled out a win in an exciting match that went to a third-set tiebreaker. Roma Tewari and Prachi Meyer won their singles matches in straight sets, as did the doubles teams of Aarushi Kamra-Romy Zinman and Brooke Best-Ashleigh Pepin.

Boys tennis knocked off Norton, 5-0, on Friday to improve to 8-1. Adam Glace, Spencer Smith and Andrew Palacios collected wins at singles, and the doubles pairings of Barry Wang-Rishit Shekhar and Ilian Glace-Anay Pachori also posted straight-set wins.


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