PLYMOUTH – The common season is winding down this week with Patriot Cup heating up quickly. State match play will observe beginning in mid-June.
Plymouth South baseball had one other robust week that included a five-inning no-hitter by junior Tommy Sullivan final Wednesday in an 11-0 win over Pembroke.
Sullivan struck out 10 of the 15 batters he confronted and was additionally 1-for-2 on the plate with an RBI. It was a superb day for the Class of 2022 as Matt Cassidy collected three hits and Brycen Tettler was 2-for-3 with a pair of RBI.
The bats have been booming for Plymouth South Monday after they traveled to Quincy and got here again on the bus with a 24-6 victory over the Presidents to enhance to 6-2 on the season and in Patriot League motion. Cassidy had one other large day with three hits and 4 RBI. Junior Jack Obert had a pair of hits and drove in 5 runs. Senior Evan Wilson contributed two doubles and three RBI to the successful effort.
The offense was as soon as once more on the forefront Tuesday afternoon as a part of a 20-6 non-league victory over Dennis-Yarmouth. Senior Robbie Clarke pitched 5 innings to get the win. Senior Hunter Dean went 3-for-4 with two doubles, and junior Naythen Ruehs was 2-for-3 with a double and 4 RBI because the Panthers improved to 7-2.
SOUTH BOYS TENNIS
The entire matches went to 2 units Wednesday because the Plymouth South boys tennis workforce took a 5-0 win over Pembroke. Griffin Laverty, Noah Dudley, and Colby Consolati have been all victorious within the singles matches. The doubles tandems of Rogers/Tarnowski in addition to Elsner/Ward additionally got here house a winner because the Panthers improved to 5-1 on the season.
Consolati picked up the one win for Plymouth South Friday in a 4-1 loss to Scituate. Dudley took his match to a few units earlier than shedding to Jake Cochran at second singles, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3.
Plymouth South was proper again within the win column Monday afternoon with a sweep over Quincy to enhance to 6-2 for the season. Gavin Cloutman stepped in to select up a win at second singles, and the workforce of Shore/Quigg received at second doubles.
SOUTH GIRLS TENNIS
Plymouth South (6-2) picked up the deciding level from No. 3 Caroline Mori (6-2, 6-4) and swept the doubles with wins from the No. 1 workforce of Kiera McLaughlin and Emma Colonna (6-0, 6-1) and the No. 2 doubles workforce of Anna Quinn and Karina Dias (6-0, 6-3) to defeat Quincy Excessive Monday, 3-2.
RISING TIDE BASEBALL
It took 9 innings Wednesday, however the Herons (2-2) made positive it was definitely worth the wait as they secured a 3-2 win over Nantucket. Aidan Williams had the game-winning hit, scoring Aidan Lynch within the backside of the ninth.
It was a terrific recreation performed by either side. Damon Rocchi began on the mound for Rising Tide and threw a gem, recording 13 strikeouts whereas giving up 4 hits and two walks over 7 2/3 innings. Cosmo Galvin got here in to safe the win with two strikeouts, one hit allowed, and one stroll.
On the plate, Galvin went 2-3. CJ Brenton pinch ran scoring RT’s first run. Rocchi was 1 – 3, scoring a run. Aidan Lynch and Mike Keif each chipped in with one hit every.
The Herons ran out of luck Monday, shedding to Monomoy by the rating of 15-0 in six innings. Monomoy held Rising Tide to solely three hits. Aidan Williams, Teddy Zisserson, and Michael Keif every recorded one hit every within the loss.
RISING TIDE SOFTBALL
Rising Tide was on the diamond twice final week. They ran by Martha’s Winery Wednesday, 22-5, after which misplaced to Monomoy the next afternoon. The ultimate rating of that recreation was 14-2.
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