Both the Hull-Cohasset boys and girls outdoor track teams dropped their opening meet results with losses at Norwell on Monday. The girls lost 87-45, despite a few impressive individual performances. Liz Luggelle took first place in the shot put, Veronica Fleming was second in both the long jump and 200 meters, Mattie Tuchman was second in the 100 hurdles, Elsie Harper placed third in the 200 meters, and Lilly Copenheaver-Smith was third in the 100 hurdles. The boys team lost 90-46; however, Matt McCluskey had another strong meet, winning the 100 meters, 200 meters, and high jump, and took second place in the long jump. His performance in the 100 and 200 meters qualified him for the state meet. Other notable efforts came from Chris Resnick, who was second in the high jump and third in the 110 hurdles, Leo Bergen placing third in the discs, and Tony Alibrandi taking third in the 200 meters.
Lacrosse teams double dipped: The Hull High School boys and girls lacrosse teams each dropped their first two games of the spring season. The boys were nipped in overtime, 7-6, at Whitman-Hansson and also lost at Mashpee, 13-10. The girls lost both at home, 19-6 to Mashpee and 13-6 to North Quincy. No other information was reported for any of the games.
Hull Youth Travel Soccer: The local youth travel soccer season kicked off this past weekend with several Hull teams in action. The girls grade 5/6-1 team opened up with a 2-0 win over host Scituate. Gianna Thorne and Brianna Ramos each scored for Hull, while Scarlett Arevalo had an amazing effort in goal. Evelyn Concannon led the way on defense for Hull. The boys grade 7/8 team fell behind 3-0 and its second half rally fell short in a 5-3 loss at Scituate. Christian Truglia had a goal and two assists, and Asher Herrmann and Thomas Brasil also scored for Hull. Teddy Hipp, Nate Tiani, Max Lofgren, and Tristan Lofgren turned in great efforts for Hull. The girls grade 3/4-1 team fell at home to Pembroke, 7-1. Nadia Schultz netted Hull’s only goal, and strong efforts were given by Reese Irby and Molly McCarthy. The boys grade 5/6-2 squad battled host Halifax to a 0-0 draw at halftime before surrendering four second half goals in a 4-0 loss. Good efforts came from Colby Lofgren, Macklin Concannon, Derek DelGallo, Christian Nolan, Dominick Ramos, Lantz Mackey, and Connor Stoll. The girls grade 5/6-2 team was routed by Hingham, 9-0. Midfielders Stella Veissid and Bridget Stamatouras and defenders Michaela Collins and Hailee Pike had solid performances.
Hull Youth Lacrosse roundup: The Hull Blue/White combined grade 3/4 girls lacrosse team defeated visiting Quincy on Sunday, 7-2. Nadia Schultz, Payton Dunn, and Reese Irby were all strong at winning the draw . The Pirates offensive machine was in full effect with goals from Abby Fleming, Eleanor Kiley, Stella Palermo, and Molly McCarthy. The girls showed strong teamwork during their first game, assisting each other by completing the three passes required before each shot, especially Piper Yakubian, Natalie Tiani, and Deirdre Flaherty. Goalie Sophie Munn stayed strong in the cage and was assisted by a strong defense skills by Josie Tyrell. The girls grade 5/6 team was doubled up by host Quincy on Sunday, 8-4, in its season opener. Ava Rivieccio was strong on defense in the second half and there was solid goalkeeping by Isabella Walsh and Bridget Stamatouras. Hull goals were scored by Isabella Walsh, Evelyn Concannon, and Gianna Thorne.
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