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Lady Whalers Bounce Back – Sports Wrap 4/10/14

Posted on 09 April 2014

Softball Bounces Back with Two Wins

The Pierson softball team this week lost to Center Moriches, 8-2, on Friday, April 4 and then traveled to Stony Brook, where the Lady Whalers took our their frustrations in the form of a 23-2 drubbing of the Lady Bears on Monday. Pierson improved to 6-2 with a 9-3 win over Southampton on Tuesday.

Senior shortstop Kasey Gilbride went 3-for-4 against Southampton, including a first inning home run, with two runs scored and three RBI. Meg Schiavoni also went 3-for-4, and freshmen Lottie Evans and Cali Cafiero also hit home runs.

Sam Duchemin pitched a complete game, allowing just two earned runs on three hits while striking out nine.

Next up for the Lady Whalers is a road game today, April 10, at 4:15 p.m. at Hampton Bays. After a long layoff for Spring Break, the team will face Mattituck on the road on April 21.

Girls Track Earns Rare Tie Against ESM

The East Hampton girls track team tied Eastport-South Manor, 73-73, in a dual meet on April 2, a result rarely seen in the world of track competition, and athletes from Pierson were a big part of the result.

Allura Leggard won the 200-meter dash with a personal-best time of 28.2 seconds, and also finished second in the 100-meter dash with a time of 14 seconds flat. Leggard also anchored the winning 4×100-meter relay, which posted a time of 54.7 seconds. Hannah Jungck won the 3,000-meter run with a personal best time of 11:34.5 and was a member of the winning 4×800-meter relay. Several other Pierson athletes posted personal bests on the day, including Rose O’Donoghue, Alaina Goggin, and Elena Skerys.

Next up for the Lady Bonackers are two straight invitational meets at Sachem North on April 12 and at Connetquot on April 19.

Bumpy Road for Bonac Lacrosse

The East Hampton boys lacrosse team, which joins with players from Pierson and Bridgehampton, lost two games this week to fall to 1-4 in Division II Play. The Bonackers lost, 15-10, to Bayport-Blue Point on Friday, April 4 and 9-3 to Kings Park at home on Tuesday.

Pierson’s Sean Toole played well in goal against Kings Park and had 12 saves, but the team’s offense struggled to score. Pierson’s Drew Harvey had one goal and one assist while Jack Schleicher had one goal as well.

Against Bayport, Harvey had a big game on offense, scoring two goals to go along with four assists. Schleicher scored twice as well and Toole had 18 saves in goal. The Bonackers trailed by a single goal going in the fourth quarter, where they were outscored, 5-1.

A home game is scheduled for today, April 10, against Southampton at 4 p.m., followed by a road game at Westhampton on Monday at 3:30 p.m.

Laser Regatta Rescheduled for This Weekend

Due to excessive winds, the Breakwater Yacht Club in Sag Harbor rescheduled its Ice Breaker Regatta to this Saturday, April 12. There will be a skippers meeting at 1 p.m. followed by a schedule of six races, with courses to be set by a race committee boat.

For more information contact Marty Knab at 631-506-1243.

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