SouthCoast high school scores and highlights from Monday, May 30

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Here’s a look at the scores and highlights from Monday’s high school action on the SouthCoast.


Div. 5 Championship

Old Rochester finished fourth on the boys’ side and fifth for the girls at the Div. 5 meet. Maggie Brogioli set a school record with her first-place jump of 5-6 in the high jump. She was third in the pentathlon (2,996 points) and fourth in the 100 hurdles (15.51). Jen Williams, who took second in the pentathlon (3,018 points), came in second in the 100 hurdles (14.93) and eighth in the high jump (5-0). The 4×800 team of Maddie Conner, Alexia Gonsalves, Hanna Whalley, Aubrey Heis came in fifth (10:14.32). Colby Gross won the 200 (22.89) and was second in the 400 (50.13). ORR also got top finishes from Leo Schiappa in the 100 (fourth; 11.54), Murray Copps in the mile (third; 4:31.75), Wes Archelus in the 110 hurdles (fourth; 16.55), Hunter Bishop in the javelin (fifth; 150-2), Sam Balsis in the pentathlon (sixth; 2,353) and Gavin Martin in the pentathlon (eighth; 2,276) as well as the 4×400 team (third; 3:32.10) of Gross, Schiappa, Balsis and Theo Cecil and the 4×800 team (eighth; 8:51.33) of John Kassabian, Copps, Matt Curry and Aidan Silk.

Old Rochester's Maggie Brogioli is all smiles after clearing the bar.

Old Rochester’s Maggie Brogioli is all smiles after clearing the bar.

Bishop Stang’s Jacob Cookinham added a Div. 5 shot put crown to his achievements this spring, throwing a 65-11 at Monday’s meet. He’ll compete in both the shot put and discus at the Meet of Champions. Other top finishers for Stang, which finished 10th out of 36 schools, were Andrew Fortin in the 400 (eighth; 52.12), Michael Veegh in the 400 (11th; 52.80) and the 4×800 team (10th; 8:55.56) of Fortin, Andrew Caldera, Brad Sumner and Garrett Vieira.

Div. 6 Championship

The Vikings finished seventh thanks to strong performances from Luke Wiley in the long jump (15th; 19-0), Ryker King in the high jump (12th; 5-6) and 110 hurdles (5th; 15.67), Gabe Silva in the 400 (ninth; 52.86), Aiden Robert in the 110 hurdles (seventh; 15.92), Garrett Goodman in the shot put (third; 45-10) and the 4×100 team of Robert, Silva, Diego Mello and DeCollibus (10th; 45.62). Goodman and King will be competing at the Meet of Champions. Wareham’s 4×100 team of Jelissa Torrence, Jayla Fernandes, Alexis Pettersen and Sienna Cabe placed 13th (54.19).


Dartmouth 17, Old Rochester 4

Aubrey Carberry drove in five runs and went 3-for-4 at the plate to power Dartmouth in its regular season finale. Carberry drove in runs on a groundout in the first, a double in the fifth and a walk in the sixth. Dartmouth trailed 4-3 in the bottom of the fifth inning when Hannah Garcia singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring two runs. Megan Arruda got the win as she allowed four runs off seven hits while striking out six over six innings. Lily Gioiosa (three), Carberry (three), Kathryn Lancaster (three), Garcia, and Desirae Paiva all had multiple hits for Dartmouth, which finished the year 9-11 overall and 4-4 in the SEC.


Bishop Stang 15, Apponequet 6

Justin Gouveia went 3-for-4 with a home run, four RBIs and three runs scored to lift the Spartans (13-5) past the Lakers in both teams’ regular season finale. Ben Tingley Prince went 3-for-4 with his first varsity hit, three RBIs and one run scored while Aidan Cardoza was 2-for-3 with a double, walk and two RBIs. Jackson Tingley Prince (2-for-4 with a run scored), Brayden Bennett (2-for-3 with three RBIs and three runs scored), Seamus Marshall (1-for-3 with a walk and run scored), Nicholas Nasiff (1-for-4 with two runs scored), Adyn Simmons (1-for-1) and Ryan Jones (1-for-4 with an RBI) also contributed on offense while Cardoza picked up the win, allowing one hit with two walks and six strikeouts over 2.2 innings. For Apponequet (13-9, 7-6 SCC), Ian Nickerson (two RBIs), Hayden Westgate (RBI) and Dylan Braley each had two hits while Nate Levesque (RBI), Tanner Audyatis, Justyn Machie, Liam Macphail (RBI) and Jack Macphail had one hit apiece.

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