Both Old Rochester Regional High School boys and girls lacrosse teams have played five games so far this season, and neither team has had a hiccup yet. Most recently, the Bulldogs lacrosse programs put their respective 4-0 records to the test against Fairhaven on May 31. Both won by double-digit scores.
ORR boys lacrosse knocked off the Blue Devils, 20-1, following up their crucial 11-4 win on May 28 over previously undefeated Dighton-Rehoboth. Brendan McIntire continues to lead the Bulldogs on offense, scoring five goals and dishing out three assists in the win against Fairhaven. Brady Lee had a hat trick against the Blue Devils, finishing with four goals and an assist, and Tyler Cardinal also had five points in the win, scoring three times while assisting two goals.
Just like the ORR boys, girls lacrosse had a tougher time with Dighton-Rehoboth than Fairhaven. But the Bulldogs still beat the Falcons comfortably, 19-11, thanks in large part to Maddie Wright and her six goals. Teagan Shay finished second with four goals against Dighton-Rehoboth, and Maggie Carroll had three in the May 28 win. Then, on May 31, the Bulldogs took care of business at home against the Blue Devils, winning 18-8.
ORR girls lacrosse will host Greater New Bedford Voc-Tech on Thursday, June 3, at 5:30 pm. The boys will also take on GNB Voc-Tech on Thursday, June 3, but they’ll be in New Bedford with a 4:00 pm start time.
Old Colony Boys Lacrosse
Will Harrop’s four goals and two assists, as well as Stu Burnham’s hat trick, were not enough against Southeastern on May 26. As a result, the Cougars not only lost the game 10-8, but also their chance at a perfect season. Old Colony (5-1, 3-1 Mayflower Athletic Conference) visits Upper Cape on Thursday, June 3, at 3:30 pm, then is at Tri-County on Friday, June 4, at 3:30 pm.
Old Colony Girls Lacrosse
The Cougars have reached the .500 mark after taking care of Southeastern, 10-7, on May 26. Abby Pitts accounted for almost half of Old Colony’s offensive output, scoring seven times in the win. Savanna Halle also had a big day, assisting three goals and scoring two of her own. Following a June 2 game against Middleboro, Old Colony (3-3, 3-1 MAC) hosts Tri-County on Friday, June 4, at 4:00 pm.
Old Rochester Regional Boys Tennis
Jacob Hadley has yet to lose a match in his young varsity career, having won all five he has played so far for ORR this season. The freshman took care of business again at second singles on May 28. Max Vivino earned the win at third singles for the Bulldogs, and both the first doubles team of Prosser Friedman and Markus Pierre and the second doubles team of George Barry and Philip LeGassick were victorious against Somerset Berkley in ORR’s 4-1 win. The Bulldogs (4-1) get back to work on Friday, June 4, at home against Wareham at 2:30 pm.
Old Rochester Regional Girls Tennis
Katelyn Luong proved to be the difference in the Bulldogs’ 3-2 win over Somerset Berkley on May 28. ORR’s second singles player secured her point, while Emma Vivino and Mack Wilson took care of business at first doubles and at second doubles Erin Besancon and Molly Dupre locked up their point. The Bulldogs (4-1) visit Wareham on Friday, June 4, at 2:30 pm.
Old Rochester Regional Baseball
The Bulldogs improved to an even 2-2 with their come-from-behind 8-4 win against Somerset Berkley on May 26. Chris Gauvin led the Bulldogs with two hits, and both Lucas Mello and Owen Bates had a two-run RBI doubles in the win. Old Rochester hosts Bourne on Wednesday, June 9, at 3:45 pm.
Old Colony Baseball
Kyle St. Jean struck out seven and walked two over three no-hit innings against Bristol Aggie on May 27, then Justin MacKay struck out five over two perfect frames to earn a combined no-hitter in Old Colony’s five-inning 18-0 win. Mason Santos led Old Colony with three hits and three runs scored, while Ethan Keller went 2-4 with three RBI. The Cougars (4-1, 2-1 MAC) visit Cape Cod Tech at 3:30 pm on Thursday, June 3, then host Dartmouth on Friday, June 4, at 4:30 pm.
By Nick Friar