The Lady Pirates rebounded from a dominating loss with a dominating win. With a balanced attack on offense, Hull routed visiting Randolph, 64-9, on Tuesday. Lucy Peters led the scoring with 12 points, followed by Kristina Orpen with 10, Ciara Deshiro with eight, Emily Punchard with eight, Haylee Londergan with seven, and Nina Tiani with six. Freshmen Margot Harper, Elly Thomas, and Fallon Ryan scored their first varsity points. On Friday, host Hull (2-6) was no match for Cohasset’s pressure defense, dropping a 49-17 result.
Orpen was honored as The Patriot Ledger Player of the Week for her 22-point effort against Norwell and her 20-point performance against Norfolk Aggie the previous week.
Rough seas for Pirates boys’ hoop
The Hull High boys’ basketball team sailed into the depths of the South Shore League schedule this past week, taking two tough losses to fall to 3-5 on the season.
On Tuesday, host Randolph ran away with a 63-36 win. Senior captain Gabe Griffin had 16 points, and Tyler Sordillo added 11 for Hull. On Friday, Hull lost 52-32 at Cohasset. Griffin was top gun again for Hull with 11 points.
Hull will travel to Hanover on Friday for a 6:30 p.m. tip-off against South Shore VoTech.
More slippage on the ice
The Hull-Cohasset boys’ varsity hockey team dropped its third straight one-goal decision, falling to Middleborough on Monday 4-3.
Luke Dunham had two goals (one unassisted shorthanded) and an assist. Matt Mahoney also scored with an assist from Shane Mulchahy. H-C outshot Middleborough 15-6 in the third period. The team is now 4-5-1 on the season.
Seventh-grade hoops notch two wins
The boys’ seventh-grade travel basketball team improved to 5-2 for the season with two victories over the weekend.
On Saturday, Hull defeated Abington 26-15. Elijah Perlmuter led the scoring with 10 points, and Nate Tiani added eight points. Michael Cimetti, Christian Truglia, and Will Kenerson all contributed to the victory with great offense and team defense.
On Sunday, Hull defeated Weymouth 37-15. Christian Truglia led the scoring with nine points. Great efforts were turned in by Nate Tiani, Michael Cimetti, Elijah Perlmuter, Will Kenerson, Sam Szabo, Malik Ervin, and Audie Bernard.
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