ORR Boys Lax Qualifies for Tournament

•Old Rochester Boys and Girls Track- The ORR boys and girls both successfully defeated Dighton-Rehoboth to continue their undefeated seasons. In the triple jump, the Bulldogs fared well with Gabby Kondracki and Meagan Bell placing first and second. In the 400 meter Hurdles, Paige Santos placed second. For the boys, Dan Donohue and Colin Knapton both placed for ORR in the 400.

ORR also defeated Fairhaven High School. Some standouts from the meet were Ryann Monterio at shot put Janice Weldon and Hannah Vieria in the two mile. For the boys, David Freidman won the mile and Aaron Holick did well at shot put. Next up for ORR track is their meet against Seekonk.

•Old Rochester Boys Tennis – The Bulldogs went up against Case High School and came out on top 5-0. Matt Teefy, Jake Jaskolka and Alden Truesdale all won their singles matches and the combined efforts of Noah Filloramo/Ollie Sufhrue and Biruk Legasse/Josh Powers won their doubles as well.

The boys continued this trend, beating Wareham 5-0 as well, and then going on to defeat Fairhaven 4-1. Once again Matt Teefy and Jake Jaskolka contributed greatly to the team, winning all their singles matches. ORR’s record now stands at 9-5 overall and 8-4 in the SCC.

•Old Rochester Softball – Despite some impressive wins recently, ORR was not able to keep this up and lost to DR 8-1.However, Jen Galavotti did a nice job pitching after overcoming a tough first inning. ORR recorded 1 run, 4 hits, and 1 error.

The girls next went up against Case High School and lost again 12-3. Abby Smith, however, had three doubles and Jen Galavotti and Sarah Marchisio both had runs scoring singles. In the end, ORR recorded 3 runs, 6 hits, and 2 errors. They are now 3-10 overall and 3-9 in the SCC.

•Old Rochester Lacrosse – The ORR Lacrosse boys qualified for the state tournament after a win over Pope John Paul 14-3. ORR’s defense was strong with goalie Anthony Cammarano deflecting 7 shots to the net. Cam Severino led the Offense with 6 goals and 2 assists, and Chris Marchisio who tallied a career high of 3 goals. ORR’s record now stands at 8-4.

By India Krawczyk

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