High schools round up spring season

Trumbull High’s girls golf team scored a 428 to place 14th at the CIAC Championships at Orange Hills Country Club on June 4.

Columba Martinez tied for 36th with a 99. Caitlyn Longwell tied for 53rd with a 104. Hailey Pekera tied for 69th with a 112. Addy Vitols was 71st with a round of 113 and Stephanie Plumeau tied for 75th with a 118.

Berlin won the team title, followed by Staples of Westport and Greenwich.

Trumbull defeated Fairfield Ludlowe, 211-219, at Smith Richardson on May 15.

Martinez won medalist honors with a 47, followed by Plumeau (54), Pekera (55) and Vitols (55).

Trumbull topped Ridgefield, 183-193, on May 20.

Longwell was medalist with a 39, followed by Pekera (45), Martinez (47) and Splumeau (52).

Trumbull boys golf

Patrick Adams, competing as an individual, shot an 84 to tie for 64th overall at the Division I Championships at Fairview Farm in Harwinton on June 4.

Trumbull defeated Stamford, 168-182, at the par 36 course at Tashua Knolls on May 15. Adams took medalist honors with a 38, followed by Pat Heeks (42), Zac Parente (44) and Brian Bach (44).

Cadet boys lacrosse

St. Joseph lost an 11-4 decision to New Canaan High in the FCIAC quarterfinals.

Filippo Petrini, Christian Keator, Mike Brennan and Travis Yoguez scored goals for the seventh-seeded Cadets (5-7 FCIAC, 9-8).

Mike Aitoro and Colin Powell had assists.

Mike Braddick stopped 10 shots by the third-seeded Rams (10-2 FCIAC, 15-2).

Trumbull boys tennis

Trumbull defeated Norwalk, 4-3, on May 13.

Tommy Switzgable won at No. 4 singles (6-2, 6-0) and Mike Ciancimino took No. 5 singles (6-3, 6-1).

Thaddeus Collins and Gay Joseph scored a 6-2, 6-0 win at No. 1 doubles. Ian Matz and Peter Garcia took No. 2 doubles (6-3, 3-6, 6-1).

Trumbull boys track

Trumbull defeated Fairfield Ludlowe and Bridgeport Central.

Austin Held, Zach Teixiera, Mohammed Alajmi and Kevin Crossley were first in the 4x800 relay with a time of 9:15.6.

The 4x100 relay team of Tim Johnson, Rafe Gangi, Issac Cotto and Joe Matera won at 44.2.

Gangi was first in the 100 (11.2), Alajmi the 1600 (4:48), Brendan Welch the 800 (2:08.6), Johnson the 200 (23.1), Shane Romanchik the 3200 (10:58.3), William Sun the long jump (18-0), Kevin Zhang the triple jump (37-6.5), Tyler Morin the pole vault (10-0), Oliver the discus (112-1) and Cotto the 400 (52.4).

Cadet girls track

St. Joseph lost 91-63 to Jonathan Law in Milford on April 26.

Marian Provenzano, Jenna Bike, Leah Lewis and Christine Zangrillo were first in the 4x100 relay with a time of 51.2.

Lewis was best in the 100 (13.0) and the 200 (26.7), Zangrillo the 400 (61.8), Megan Kacenski the 300 hurdles (49.5) and Jada Harris the triple jump (32-3).

Cadet boys track

St. Joseph lost to Jonathan Law, 99-51, in Milford on April 26.

Steve D’Ascanio was a double winner for the Cadets against the Lawmen (8-2), as he won the 110 hurdles (6.4) and the 300 hurdles (43.2).

Khalil Smith was best in the 100 (11.6) and the triple jump (41-7.5).

Christopher Haack won the javelin (120-4) and Nick Zannis took first in the 3200 (10:43.7).

Trumbull girls lacrosse

Trumbull defeated Masuk High of Monroe, 11-5, on May 4. Trumbull trailed 4-2 late in the first half before rallying to break a six-game losing streak.

The Eagles scored eight straight goals.

Natalie Crowe scored five goals, while Carly Goroff added three goals and an assist.

Emily Uus had a huge all-around game with a goal, an assist, six ground balls, and three draw controls.

Melissa Lindine added three assists.

Goalie Arianna Matz had a fantastic game. She stopped the first six shots she faced and finished the game with 15 saves.

Trumbull raced out to a 9-1 halftime lead and defeated Brien McMahon, 14-5, to win its second straight on May 5.

Crowe led all scorers with five goals and two assists. Goroff added three goals and an assist.

Avery Collins chipped in two goals, an assist, and five draw controls. Uus had a monster game with 11 ground balls and three draw controls. Matz made 14 saves.