Saturday’s game was an incredible end to an awesome season! The game began with stellar defense on both sides in ten scoreless minutes, but then Ptolly Tassone put one past the Tollgate goalie, rallying her team. Rocky Hill put three more in quick succession, but moments later Tollgate scored three. At half time, the score was a tense 4-3 Rocky Hill.
After the half, Rocky Hill slipped behind 6-4, but after a brilliant stick check by Charlotte Boss and a called off 7th goal, the Mariners surged ahead. Tamira Lopes did a fantastic job marking Tollgate’s star attacker, Nicole Procaccini out of the game, Jordan Lanowy got the big hat trick, and Kaeley Zito unleashed the fury.
Tolly Tassone had 2 goals and 3 assists, Jordan Lanowy had 3 goals, Charlotte Boss had 1 goal and 1 assist, Chloe Ponte had 1 goal, and Kaeley Zito had 6 goals and 2 assists. The final score was 13-9! Congratulations to the D3 State Champions!
With a Victory Over Pilgrim, the Mariner are off to the Ship!
RHS 12, Pilgrim 10
Aviva Beringhause – 21s
After a slow start and subsequent timeout, the Mariners rallied magnificently. The game remained close, but every player stepped her efforts, starting with the defense. Indeed, Johnette Williams, Jaylene Lanzot, Tamira Lopes, and Eve Weiner gave an inspired performance. With a surge in hustle and an increase in communication, Rocky Hill ended the first half three goals ahead of Pilgrim. The Mariners remained dominant in the second half and they secured their place in the Championship game, winning the game 12-10!
Sara Laurent had an assist, Rachel Arabian had an assist, Lizzie Hayes had 2 goals, Jordan Lanowy had a goal, Charlotte Boss had 6 goals, Kaeley Zito had 3 assists and 2 goals, and Chloe Ponte had a goal. Aviva Beringhause had 21 saves! Come see us take on Tollgate for the title on Saturday!
Lady Mariners Fend off PCD in RIIL DIII Quarter Final
RHS 17, PCD 15
Kaeley Zito – 6g, 3a
Jordan Lanowy – Game Ball
Aviva Beringhause – 14s
The Mariners clawed their way to victory in a close game against a strong PCD team. Sara Laurent had 1 assist, Rachel Arabian had 2 goals, Tolly Tassone had 2 assists, Jordan Lanowy had 3 goals, Charlotte Boss had 5 goals and 4 assists, Kaeley Zito had 6 goals and 3 assists, and Chloe Ponte had 1 goal and 3 assists. Aviva Beringhause had 14 saves and the final score was Rocky Hill 17 PCD 15.
Jordan Lanowy had an awesome amount of interceptions, ground balls, and the big hat trick. For her stellar play, she earned herself the game ball. We’ll be working hard to prepare for our semifinal game this Wednesday!
RHS beat Macduffie 5-2 making them the league champs for the first time in some time! Eli Levy had another incredible comeback win, Lily Kerachsky and Elsa Block played their toughest tennis all season to win. Marshal Lind and Hadley Martinez won at 1 doubles and went undefeated together for the entire season. RHS tennis worked incredibly hard this season to accomplish their goals! Coach Kim and I are really proud of everyone that played on the tennis team this year- It was a incredible team effort and it’s always nice when hard work pays off!
Boys Lacrosse Participates in McCoy Cup Quarter Finals!
RHS 4, EHS 17
Drew Tamburini – 2 goals
George Kass – 2 assists
The Mariners traveled to New Haven, Connecticut on Monday to take on the Hornets of Hamden Hall in the prestigious McCoy Cup, played by small independent schools all over New England. The Hornets played with a speed and skill that the Mariners had not previously encountered, building a 12-2 halftime lead. The Rocky Hill defense locked in during the second half, holding Hamden Hall to only 5 second half goals to end the game 17-4. Drew Tamburini had 2 goals, while George Kass chipped in two assists. Congratulations to seniors Peter Chen, Jason DeGerlia, and Jake Watson on their fantastic Mariner careers, and thanks to all for a great season!
Mariners Tie Saints for SENE Tournament Championship
The golf season ended yesterday on a positive note…four (4) SENE teams competed at The Aquidneck Club and enjoyed this fabulous venue. The weather was simply perfect!
The teams, ranked by their scores from the top four (4) players, were as follows:
Rocky Hill School – 385 (tied for 1st place)
St. Andrews – 385 (tied for 1st place)
Eagle Hill School – 431 2nd place
MacDuffie School – 436 3rd place
Providence Country Day – DQ’d
As to the Championship’s golf medalist it was David Demopulos, St. Andrews, who shot an 86, congratulations David!
The SENE all-league team (10 players) based on the stroke play Championship was as follows:
1st – David Demopulos, St. Andrews – 86
Tie 2nd – Cole Larimer, Rocky Hill – 88
Tie 2nd – Sonny Massotti, Rocky Hill – 88
3rd – Dylan Ahearn, St. Andrews – 91
4th – Oliver Mercier, MacDuffie School – 93
5th – Nick Keller, Eagle Hill – 95
6th – John Chen, St. Adnrews – 97
7th – Sinead Burnett, Rocky Hill – 102
Tie 8th – Chase Schulte, Rocky Hill – 107
Tie 8th – Reily Granahan, Eagle Hill – 107
For the third time in three games, the Mariners found themselves in a 3-0 hole to start a game. And for the third time, the Mariners came back to overcome their opponent, this time in the SENE final.
In a game full of excitement, penalties, and great hustle, Rocky Hill won its second straight SENE title on Friday, defeating Eagle Hill 11-7 behind a huge fourth quarter comeback. The Mariners were down 4-3 at half and 6-4 after three quarters before playing some of their best lacrosse of the season in the fourth quarter, scoring seven unanswered goals to build a five goal cushion with a few minutes left. Eagle Hill scored with just under two minutes left to close out the scoring.
Davis Lee scored five goals in the victorious effort, and freshman Kirk Webster had some massive saves down the stretch, finishing with eight on the day. Drew Tamburini had two goals, and Dylan Lehouiller, Nick McConnell, Peter Chen, and Jason DeGerlia all finished with one. The defensive group led by senior Jake Watson played outstanding as well after adjusting to a skilled and speedy Pioneer offense, weathering a torrent of penalties to hold Eagle Hill to just 4 goals in the last three quarters.
With the win, Rocky Hill moves to 10-1 on the season, including finishing a perfect 8-0 against SENE opponents. Great work, Mariners!
RHS dominated Eagle Hill on senior night winning 6-1. Senior John Bergstrom didn’t let breaking his racquet in the warm up bother him, as he played really well winning his match with Anand Basu. Eli Levy, Lily Kerachsky and Elsa Block were dialed in as they won easily. It was another great day for RHS tennis.
Lady Mariners End Regular Season with Strong Victory on Senior Day
RHS 17, EPHS 4
Aviva Beringhouse – 10 saves
Led, as they have been all season, by their magnificent seniors, the Mariners beat the East Providence Townies handily by a score of 17-4. Chloe Ponte had 1 assist and 2 goals, Tolly Tassone had 2 assists and 1 goal, Charlotte Boss had 4 assists and 6 goals, Kaeley Zito had 3 assists and 4 goals, Lizzie Hayes had 1 assist and 1 goal, Lizzie Dunn had 1 assist, Sara Laurent had 1 assist, and Jordan Lanowy had 2 assists and the big hat trick. Jannessa Ya played a very physical game of defense and Aviva Beringhause had 10 saves. We are excited to drive our lacrosse wagon into Playoff Town next week, go Mariners!