ORR Girls Soccer Remains A Dominant Force

            Meg Hughes continues to pace Old Rochester Regional girls soccer with her unrelenting offensive production. But that’s nothing new for the Providence College-bound senior. Hughes has been at the center of ORR’s offense year in and year out, to the point where she’s now the most successful scorer in the program’s history.

            Hughes now has 102 goals to her names, along with 53 assists, having already scored 26 goals and logged 13 assists through the Bulldogs’ first 12 games – all of which they’ve won (nine of which were South Coast Conference games).

            In fact, Hughes has outscored the Bulldogs’ opposition on her own throughout the 12 matches. The ORR defense, which is led by Grace Greaney and Rachel Fantoni, has only surrendered 10 goals throughout the season as opposed to the Bulldogs offense’s 60 goals. The team’s stingy defense has helped ORR goalkeeper Skylar Cardwell already log five shutouts on the year.

            Each of Cam Brezinski’s three touchdowns was vital in ORR football’s matchup against Dighton-Rehoboth. He caught two passes from Ryon Thomas and pounded one touchdown in on the ground in the Bulldogs’ 28-27 win over the Falcons.

            The one ORR touchdown that wasn’t scored by Brezinski came on the ground, courtesy of Dylan DeWolfe.

            In addition to connecting with Brezinski for two scores through the air, Thomas was 4-for-4 on point after tries – each of which was essential in the one-point win.

            Jackson Cote was all over the place on the ground for ORR. He had 23 carries and rushed for 152 yards.

            Old Rochester Regional is now 3-1 (2-1 SCC) and will host Somerset Berkley on Saturday at noon.

Old Colony

            Old Colony football remains undefeated after winning another low-scoring affair, improving to 4–0 on the season. This time, the Cougars were able to knock off Blue Hills 16-8.

            Old Colony has now won two games in which they scored over 40 points and two in which they only logged two touchdowns or less.

            Thomas Stanton scored another touchdown on the ground for the Cougars. He came in the third quarter and proved to be the game-winner. He now has seven touchdowns on the year and has scored in each game. Stanton also averaged 7.4 yards per carry, finishing with 96 yards on three attempts.

            Blake Dennison was Old Colony’s leading rusher. He logged 124 yards on 12 rushing attempts (10.3 yards per carry. Dennison also punched in both of Old Colony’s two-point attempts.

            Matt Bumpus scored Old Colony’s first touchdown, which also came in the third quarter with the Cougars down 8-0.

            Old Colony volleyball suffered only its second loss of the season on Monday, falling to Tri-County in three sets (25-19,25-19 and 26-24).

            Kat Kirby finished with nine kills, and Jordyn Dexter had 10 assists.

Tabor Academy

            Cat Barry scored yet another goal for Tabor Academy, but it came in a losing effort against Thayer Academy, with the Seawolves dropping to 5-2 following the 2-1 loss. Brooke Ingemi had the assist on Barry’s goal.

High School Sports Update

By Nick Friar

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