Brunswick School remained undefeated by beating Hamden Hall by a five-score aggregate of 206-224 at Bedford Golf & Tennis Club on Monday.
The Bruins (12-0) were paced by senior Matty Dzialga’s round of even-par 36. Connor Belcastro shot a 40, while teammates Owen Hayes and Ben Carpenter finished with a 41 and 42, respectively.
“This was kind of a trap match for us sandwiched between last week’s Brunswick Invitational and this Thursday’s Greenwich High School Invitational at Stanwich Club,” Brunswick coach Anthony Fischetti said.
GREENWICH HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
The Cardinals cruised to a 3-0 victory over Westhill in an FCIAC matchup held on Monday. Jack Doss posted 15 kills, two assists and two blocks to pace Greenwich.
Nick Bueti had 10 kills, four assists and five digs, while Manuel Ortiz added 39 assists in the winning effort.
SACRED HEART GREENWICH GOLF
Sacred Heart upped its record to 8-1, defeating King School, 5-0, in a match held at Sterling Farms in Stamford on Monday. The Tigers are 3-1 in the FAA.
Mary Grace Farrell won her match at the No. 1 spot for Sacred Heart, 5 and 4. Kate Hong was a 4 and 3 winner at No. 2, while Isabelle Pipher took a 5 and 4 decision at the No. 3.
Lindsey Benza was also victorious at the fourth spot. Sacred Heart plays Greenwich Academy Wednesday at Tamarack Country Club.
GREENWICH ACADEMY GOLF
Greenwich Academy improved its record to 7-2 with a 4-1 win against Rye Country Day School in an FAA match Monday at The Stanwich Club in Greenwich.
Katie Dzialga of Greenwich Academy won her match against Sammie Bobman at the No. 1 spot, 4 and 3. A birdie on the first hole and a par on No. 2, sparked Dzialga’s strong round. At No. 2, Emmy Sammons of GA was victorious against Elizabeth Friedberg, 3-up. Josephine Genereux of the Gators was a 5-and-4 winner at No. 3 against Olivia Friedberg.
In the No. 4 matchup, Gabi Jolly of Rye Country Day won a 3-up decision against Maryanne Grace. Sofia Manuel (No. 5) of GA took a 5 and 4 decision against Jolee Piscano. Greenwich Academy plays Hackley Tuesday, then goes up against Sacred Heart Greenwich Wednesday at Tamarack Club at 3:30 p.m.
GREENWICH HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
A six-run first inning propelled Trumbull past Greenwich, 9-4, in an FCIAC game held on Monday in Trumbull.
The Eagles added one run in the second inning and two more in the third inning. Ray Leonzi was 3 for 4 with one RBI, while Luke Masiuk had two hits and an RBI for Trumbull (8-5). Christopher Briganti drove in two runs in the winning effort.
Jackson Blanchard had two hits, Hunter Gruenstrass drove in a run with a sacrifice fly and Sean Pratley had an RBI groundout for the Cardinals (3-9). Chris Genaro had an RBI single and Owen Bass drove in a run for Greenwich, which hosts Westhill Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.
GREENWICH HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL
The Cardinals suffered another tough loss, as they were edged by visiting Trumbull, 1-0, on Monday.
Sophia Prieto pitched a strong game for Greenwich, allowing only two hits in seven innings. Trumbull scored the game’s only run in the first inning.
Prieto, Katie Walko and Charli Faugno, all of who are seniors, each had one hit for the Cardinals.
SACRED HEART GREENWICH, GREENWICH ACADEMY TRACK AND FIELD
Excelling in numerous events, Sacred Heart Greenwich posted a record of 3-1 at its five-team meet at Taft School in Watertown on Saturday, while Greenwich Academy finished with a 2-2 mark.
Sacred Heart, which registered 69 team points, beat GA, Hopkins (12) and Kingswood-Oxford (28.5). Greenwich Academy (48.5), defeated Hopkins and Kingswood-Oxford.
In the long jump, Gabrielle Petrizzo of Sacred Heart finished first (14 feet, 5.5 inches). Greenwich Academy’s Cora Creighton won the 1,500-meter run in 5:07.8 and teammate Kate Anderson placed third (personal-best time). The 400-meter dash saw Alana Frederick of Sacred Heart win in 64.4 seconds. Tigers teammate Justine Hounsell placed second (64.5), while Grace vonOiste of GA took third in 65.2 (personal-best time).
Hounsell gave the Tigers a first-place finish in the 200-meter run, crossing (29.1 seconds) and Frederick was second (29.2). Cecilia Duncan took top honors for Sacred Heart in the 3,000 run (11:45.7).
Creighton was first in the 800-meter run for GA (2:31.8), while Anderson finished fifth. Petrizzo won the 100-meter dash (14.4). In the 400-meter relay, Taylor O’Meara, Frederick, Petrizzo and Hounsell won in 53.6 seconds.
Frederick was second in the high jump (4-6) and Chelsea Hyland won the 300 hurdles (55.9) for the Tigers.
Paige Keating from Greenwich Academy finished third in the discus (63-5) and posted a personal-record time in the 200-meter run. Nicole Surgent of GA was fifth in the javelin (69-8) and had a personal-best in the 200-meter run.
Susanna Warne (300 hurdles) and Ali Jaquiery (1,500) also had personal-best performances for GA.