Sunday, March 4, 2018

SATURDAY ROUNDUP: Trelli finishes third at New England wrestling meet

Bristol Central senior wrestler Chris Trelli got some revenge on Saturday, plus a better finish than last weekend's State Open.
Trelli finished third at 120 pounds in the New England high school championship meet at the Providence Career & Technical Academy. Trelli knocked off Westhill's William Chase Parrott in the third place match. At the State Open, Trelli lost an 8-3 decision to Parrott in the championship semifinals and wound up finishing fifth.
Trelli came out with a 2-1 decision against Parrott in Saturday's third place match and exacted some revenge.
Bristol Eastern's Jordon Champagne, Mikey Barrett and Trinidad Gonzalez all competed in the New England meet. Champagne (113) went 4-2, Barrett (160) was 3-2 with a bye, and Gonzalez (195) was 2-2 with a bye.

INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD
Sacred Heart junior Edward Williams took fifth place in the 55-meter hurdles during Saturday's New England championship meet at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston.
Williams ran the race in 7.82 seconds.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Second-seeded Holy Cross saw its season come to an end in the second round of Class L in a 48-41 loss to No. 15 East Lyme on Saturday at The Pit.
The Crusaders played both of their state games without senior Meah Austin, who dislocated her shoulder. Missing Austin certainly hampered Holy Cross, which finished its season at 20-4.
Seniors Aiyana Ward (18 points) and Julia Mecca (12 points, 4 3-pointers) led the way for the Crusaders. Holy Cross loses Ward, Mecca, Austin, Devan Eason and Meghan Mazzatto to graduation.
There was no more magic left for No. 24 WCA, which lost 54-30 at No. 8 Windsor.
The Spartans finished their season at 11-11. Seniors Shyra Fisher (11 points) and Armani Weaver (9) led the WCA offense.
The Spartans lose Fisher, Weaver, Alyssa Chouinard, Shynia Moore, Allaysia Murrell, Alexus Lee, Michalyn Vaichus, and Kendra McPherson to graduation. This senior class gave WCA its first two state tournament wins in program history, and got to the second round for the first time ever in 2018.

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