Cougars Get It Going against Blue Hills

Sharon Delancey did her part as a pitcher and a hitter to lead the Old Colony Regional Vocational-Technical High School girls’ softball team to a 17-6 victory over visiting Blue Hills on May 18 in Rochester. Delancey was the winning pitcher, going seven innings while allowing 8 hits and striking out 4 Blue Hills batters. On offense, Delancey went 1 for 4 with a double and 2 RBIs.

            Lindsey Bacchiocchi and Patty Spillane both went 2-for-3 to carry Old Colony’s offense. Bacchiocchi batted home a run and stole two bases, while Spillane doubled, had 5 RBIs and a stolen base. Kayleigh Desousa doubled and had 3 RBIs, while Bacchiocchi, Spillane and Desousa all reached base on each of their five at-bats. Faith Young went 1 for 2 and added 3 runs and a RBI, while playing a strong defense in center field with multiple difficult catches in the gaps.

            The Cougars did not fare as well against Tri-County on May 13 or Bristol-Plymouth on May 15, falling by respective 14-2 and 15-3 scores.

            Spillane and Delancey were Old Colony’s only players with hits against Tri-County, as Spillane doubled home a run and stole a pair of bases while Delancey went 2-for-2 with a double and two RBIs. At Bristol-Plymouth, Desousa had a double and a RBI, while Spillane added a run-scoring hit, and Leah Robitaille drove in a run with a sacrifice fly.

            The Cougars carried a 6-9 record into Monday’s home game against South Shore.

Old Colony Sports Roundup

By Logan Hamlet

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