WEDNESDAY SCHOLASTICS: Brennan breaks another Sheehan mark; LH posts a track sweep; Maloney girls tennis stays on a roll; Cheshire spikers handle Hand

WEDNESDAY SCHOLASTICS: Brennan breaks another Sheehan mark; LH posts a track sweep; Maloney girls tennis stays on a roll; Cheshire spikers handle Hand

WALLINGFORD — Less than a week after breaking the school record in the triple jump, Sheehan junior Erin Brennan rewrote her own record in the long jump to lead the Lady Titans to a 118-31 SCC dual meet victory Wednesday over Guilford.

Brennan, who initially broke the Sheehan long jump record with a 16-10¾ as a freshman, landed 17-4 on Wednesday.

It was part of a three-win day for Brennan, who also took the triple jump (35-11) and pole vault (10-6).

The Titans, now 4-0 on the season, had double-winners in hurdler Clarisse Aminawung and sprinter Patrice Mansfield. Aminawung took the 100 highs in 17.6 and the 300 intermediates in 49.0, while Mansfield clocked in at 13.0 in the 100 and 62.2 in the 400. 

Aminawung and Mansfield also teamed with 200 winner Avery Winters (26.4) on two first-place relays. The trio combined with Allie Villano on the 4x100 (50.2) and with Maya Wresien on the 4x400 (4:15.9).

Olivia Platt brought home the 800 (2:31.9) and also teamed with Ariana Amodio, Nellie Koepfer and Lily Nagy-Leranth on the winning 4x800 (11:00).

The 3200 belonged to Liz Brown (12:00).

Sheehan also swept the throwing events. Darla Jagrosse took the shot put (31-8¾) and discus (87-0). Caitlyn Hunt won the javelin (89-10).

In the boys meet, the Titans prevailed 101-46 behind six double-winners: Anthony Dominello, Jack McDonnell, Kyle Frazier, Jose A. Camargo, Ryan Villano and Paul Burkett.

Dominello swept the shot (36-0) and discus (89-5), while McDonnell cleared five feet in the high jump and threw for 94-1 in the javelin.

Frazier finished first in the triple jump (34-11) and pole vault (8-0). Camargo took both hurdling events, winning the 110 in 19.6 and the 300 in 46.7.

Villano out-raced the field in the 100 (11.0) and 200 (24.1). Burkett delivered in the long jump (18-5½) and 400 (53.4).

Sheehan also captured the 4x100 in 48.6 with Mason Hemstock, Frazier, Siville Bowleg and Jibran Ahmed.

Lyman Hall: The Trojans posted matching 79-72 victories over Foran in Wallingford.

Triple-winners Jack Murphy and Jacob Seamons led the boys, now 2-1 on the season.

Murphy brought home the 800 (2:17.6), 1600 (4:57) and 3200 (11:07). Seamons finished first in the 110 hurdles (16.8), high jump (5-8) and long jump (18-7).

Max Fuller had a day, too, for the Trojans. He swept the 100 (11.7) and 200 (24.9). He combined with Michael Fisher, Henry Hernandez and Gavin Janowski on the 4x100 (46.6).

Aiden Barron added first-place points for LH in the discus (97-5). 

In the girls meet, the Trojans (1-2) got their first dual-meet win behind triple-winner Ellery Campbell, who was tops in the high jump (4-2), long jump (13-2) and triple jump (29-11½).

Kaylie McComb, Mackenzie Grady and Kaleigh McCann won two events apiece.

McComb swept the shot (25-4) and discus (82-1). Grady won the 100 hurdles (18.8) and javelin (99-8). McCann captured the 200 (32.1) and 300 hurdles (58.2).

LH took both distance races behind Emma Tommell (6:15) and Madison Jackson (13:52).

Boys golf

Sheehan 187, Hillhouse 241: Billy Totz, Andrew Carey and Drew Dellipoali all shot 46 to share the medal and lead the Titans to the SCC win over the host Academics at Alling Memorial Golf Course.

Anthony DeFilio added a round of 49 to help the unbeaten Titans raise their record to 6-0. Hillhouse dropped to 1-7.

Boys tennis

Lyman Hall 4, Wilbur Cross 3: The Trojans got the sweep of singles they needed to secure the SCC win in Wallingford.

Lyman Hall’s Jackson Mailhot battled past Jacob Martin 6-4, 6-4 at No. 1 singles and was followed by No. 2 Brady Campbell (6-0, 6-0), No. 3 Evan Smith (6-2, 6-3) and No. 4 Anshul Patel (6-4, 6-3).

The Trojans are now 3-4.

The Governors (2-6) won all three doubles matches by forfeit.

Wilcox Tech 4, Abbott Tech 3: Singles wins from No. 4 Gustavo Diaz (9-7) and No. 5 Luke Frommelt (8-6) carried the Indians past the Wolverines in a CTC match in Danbury.

The Tribe, now 2-5, also got doubles wins from the No 1 pairing of Darel Hernandez and Gustavo Diaz (8-4) and the No. 2 tandem of Alex Ortiz and Jake Tomaszewski (8-3).

Girls tennis

Maloney 7, Lewis Mills 0: The Spartans chalked up the CCC interdivisional sweep on their home courts and improved to 6-2 in the process.

Samantha Pirruccio secured the No. 1 singles match 7-5, 6-2. No. 2 Lily Marcuss (6-1, 6-2), No. 3 Jillian Shapiro (6-1, 6-0) and No. 4 Brianna Skeen (6-0, 6-1) followed suit.

The Lespier sisters, Abby and Haley, were 6-4, 6-2 winners at No. 1 doubles. Jocelyne Horan and Sophie Boulier combined on a 6-2, 6-1 decision at No. 2. Savannah Bernabucci and Michaela Wrinn took third doubles by forfeit.

Boys volleyball

Cheshire 3, Daniel Hand 0: The Rams rolled to a 25-15, 25-19, 25-11 SCC sweep in Madison.

Cheshire is now 5-2 and Hand 3-5.

Tim Nugent was at the hub for the Rams, dealing 30 assists. Jeremy Alliger put down 11 kills and Sam Portal polished off eight.

Alliger added five aces. Shea Cronin anchored the defense with eight digs while also planting three aces.

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