Pacers blanked by Hopkinton in opener

Reformer Staff

HINSDALE, N.H. — The Hinsdale varsity baseball team opened up with a 7-0 loss to Hopkinton on Monday.

"That is a very good team we played today. They pitch well, hit well, and field well. I am very happy with the effort and game we played today. We need to keep improving and the wins will come. If our pitchers throw strikes, we will be competitive in a lot of baseball games," Hinsdale coach Sam Kilelee said.

Ryan Boggio, who struck out five, walked one, and gave up four hits in 6 1/3 innings of work, took the loss.

"Ryan threw the ball very well today. He threw a lot of strikes and only had one walk. We needed to make a few more plays behind him, but that will come with time," added Kilelee. "I am very happy with our effort today, considering we only got two practices outside before today."

Dylan Harden, Dan Tetreault, Andrew Lindsell, and Jason Cowan all hit safely for the 0-1 Pacers, who will visit Wilton on Wednesday at 4 p.m.

"We had the bases loaded twice and runners on second and third twice, and just could not get those runs in," the Hinsdale coach remarked. "We just needed a few hits in some key situations and, unfortunately, could not get those hits. We put the ball in play a lot and made them make plays. They did a very nice job making those plays to get themselves out of a few jams."

Girls Tennis

WOODSTOCK — Brattleboro opened up with a 7-0 loss to Woodstock on Monday.

The Colonels lost by forfeit at second doubles. The results of the other six matches are shown below.

Singles: No. 1 Annie Takacs lost to Momo Biele 6-0, 6-0. No. 2 Alissa Walkowiak lost to Grace Frazier 6-4, 6-3. No. 3 Camden Haskins lost to Mackenzie Biele 6-0, 6-0. No. 4 Paige Starkweather lost to Olivia Marsicovitere 6-0, 6-0. No. 5 Bella Takacs lost to Chloe Noble 6-3, 6-1. Doubles:

No. 1 Makayla Smith and Holden Hiler lost to Lydia Howe and Juliana Beraldi 6-2, 6-0.

The 0-1 Colonels will play at Springfield on Thursday at 4:30 p.m.

In Springfield, Bellows Falls started off the spring season with a 4-1 victory over the host Cosmos.

Sarah Scarlett, Hannah Harlow, and Olivia Lauricella all earned a singles victory for the winners. Emily Wunderle and Anika Larsen added a win at first doubles.

The 1-0 Terriers will visit Rutland on April 20.

Track Preview

HINSDALE, N.H. — Expectations are high for the Hinsdale boys team.

"Our boys are loaded with talented upperclassmen, and this could prove to be our best boys team ever," stated Hinsdale boys track coach Glenn Hammett.

Jumpers Ryan Boggio and Caleb Steever, sprinters Isiaha Palafox and Peter McCosker, distance runner Danny Roberts, and thrower Nate O'Melia are being counted on to lead the way. Maggie St. John (distance runner), Rachael Girroir (distance runner), Erica Girroir (throws), and Juliana Yialiades (middle distance running) should power the girls team.

Hinsdale track roster: Coach — Glenn Hammett. Girls Team — Sawyer Beauchamp, Lillian Burke, Erica Girroir, Rachael Girroir, Shelby Isabelle, Naomi Molin, Mikayla Provost, Margaret St. John, Alexandra Yialiades, Juliana Yialiades, Ciera Youmell. Boys Team — Calvin Atkins, Prince Bhebhe, Ryan Boggio, William Bruns, Ryan Dowley, Branden Farr, Carter Finnell, Leopold Fleming, Zachary Gassett, Trevor Hobbs, Ryan Labby, Connor Martin, Peter McCosker, Alexander Nadeau, Nathan O'Melia, Isiaha Palafox, Steven Parkinson, Arth Patel, Daniel Roberts, Alex Schwartz, Brenden Sisko, Caleb Steever, Donovin Villagomez, Cotie White.


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