5/8/19 – Varsity Tennis v St. Andrews

In Rivalry Match, Mariners Find Redemption

  • RHS 4, SAS 3

RHS put their hearts on the line and upset the undefeated St Andrews 4/3. In doing so it put RHS in first place. Eli played great with a incredible comeback win. Elsa played played her toughest and figured out how to beat a 10-1 opponent. Marshal/Hadley played their best tennis so far to win at the 1 doubles spot. John and Massimo secured the RHS victory. It was a incredible team effort with great team support.

5/8/19 – Boys Varsity Lacrosse @ Williams School

Victorious Mariners Are SENE Regular Season Champions

  • RHS 14, Williams 7
  • Drem Tamburini – 6 goals, 1 assist

The shorthanded Mariners traveled down to New London to take on the Williams Blues on Wednesday, and came out with a 14-7 victory. Freshman Drew Tamburini finished with 6 goals and an assist, while fellow freshman Davis Lee had 3 goals and 5 assists. Peter Chen also had 3 goals and an assist on the day. The Mariners will take the long voyage to Hardwick, Massachusetts on Saturday to take on Eagle Hill School, a rematch from the first game of the season.

5/8/19 – Girls Varsity Lacrosse @ Cranston East HS

Lady Mariners go to Battle on the Turf

  • RHS 16, Cranston E. 2
  • Kaeley Zito 6 goals, 3 assists; Charlotte Boss 5 goals, 4 assists
  • Aviva Beringhause – 13 saves

The Mariners pulled off a stunning 16-2 win against Cranston East. The Thunderbolts never knew what hit them as Rocky Hill maintained a constant barrage of shots against their keeper right off the first draw and kept up this offensive pressure the whole game. Rachel Arabian had 1 goal, Charlotte Boss had 4 assists and 5 goals, Jordan Lanowy had 1 assist and 1 goal, Chloe Ponte had 1 goal and 1 assist, Ptolly Tassone had 1 goal and 1 assist, Eve Weiner had 1 assist, and Kaeley Zito had 6 goals and 3 assists. Aviva Beringhause had a shut out the first half of the game with 13 saves total. The coaches determined every player on the bench earned the “anchor of the game” nomination- what a day! We are 10-1-0 and excited to finish our regular season with Pilgrim and East Providence next week.

5/6/19 – Boys Varsity Lacrosse v Pilgrim HS

Tough Loss to a Tough Opponent in Senior Game

  • RHS 3, Pilgrim HS 8
  • Jason DeGerlia – Best Game of the Year at Middie

The Mariners fell to Pilgrim High School 8-3 in a hard fought, physical game. The defensive group for Rocky Hill was solid throughout the game, led by senior Jake Watson, Max Lehouiller, Bennett Fine, and Daxton Tassone. Senior Jason DeGerlia also had his best game of the year as a middie, and Peter Chen showed excellent hustle on face-offs and clears. The Mariners will look to bounce back on the road on Wednesday, taking on Williams School.

5/6/19 – Girls Varsity Lacrosse @ N. Providence HS

Good Teamwork in Road Victory

  • RHS 20, NPHS 6
  • Ptolmey Tassone 4 goals; Charlotte Boss 8 goals
  • Kaeley Zito – 7 assists
  • Aviva Beringhause – 12 saves

On a beautiful Monday afternoon, the Mariners got off the bus in North Providence and played a great game of lacrosse. In an exciting team victory, Rocky Hill defeated the Cougars 20-6. Rachel Arabian had 1 assist and 2 goals, Charlotte Boss had 1 assist and 8 goals, Ava Grenier-Riley scored 1 goal, Jordan Lanowy had an assist, Sara Laurent had an assist, Chloe Ponte had 1 assist and 1 goal, Ptolemy Tassone had 2 assists and 4 goals, Kaley Zito had 7 assists and 3 goals, and Lizzie Hayes had an assist and a goal. Aviva Beringhause had 12 saves. Eve Weiner and Ava Grenier-Riley were recognized for their hustle and effort on defense and attack respectively.

5/3/19 – Girls Varsity Lacrosse v Providence Country Day

Old SENE Rivals Meet Again

  • RHS 22, PCD 11
  • Kaeley Zito – 7 goals; Charlotte Boss 8 goals
  • Aviva Beringhause – 10 saves

On a dank and damp Friday afternoon, the Mariners pulled off a decisive 22-11 victory against PCD. Ptolly Tassone played outstanding midfield and Cassie Santos played some very strong defense. Rachel Arabian had an assist and goal, Charlotte Boss had 6 assists and 8 goals, Jordan Lanowy had 2 goals, Chloe Ponte had 1 assist and 2 goals, Ptolemy Tassone had 4 assists and 2 goals, and Kaeley Zito had 2 assists and 7 goals. Aviva Beringhause had 10 saves. We are 8-1-0 and excited to take on North Providence and Cranston East this week.
Go Mariners!

5/2/19 – MS Girls Lacrosse v St. Michaels

Strong Home Game Showing for Girls Lacrosse

  • RHS 11, SMCD 4

MS Girls LAX had a strong game on Thursday against St. Michaels. RHS had 27 shots on goals by 11 different people. Our goalies had a combined total of 6 saves and all of our players got to play for at least 10 minutes of the game. RHS ended the game with 11 goals and an impressive 13 forced turnovers.

5/2/19 – MS Boys Lacrosse @ St. Michaels

Strong Away Game Showing for the MS Boys

  • RHS 10, SMCD 3
  • Andrew Corsi – 3 goals

The MS Boys had a strong win at St. Michael’s in a 10-3 victory. Balanced scoring with Andrew Corsi leading the way with 3 goals and Brennan Hill and Jae Park scoring 2 goals each.

Biaggio DiCenso, Ben Lawson, Kyan Garcia and Dalton Donoyan put in a great defensive performance.

5/1/19 – Varsity Golf v MacDuffie

Golf Continues its Up Swing

  • RHS 5, MacDuffie 0
  • Rocky Hill currently undefeated

The RHS golf team won its match against MacDuffie School by a score of 5 & 0:

The individual scores were as follows:
Cole Larimer won 2 up against Oliver Mercier
Sonny Massotti won 5 & 3 against Liam Platt
Chase Schulte won 4 & 3 against Ayden Legowski
Alexey Greim won 4 & 3 against Athis Osathapan
Sinead Burnett won 4 & 3 against Nolan Styspeck; and
Leo Zhou won 5 & 4 against Son Le (albeit a non-sanctioned league match, it was enjoyable for Leo!)

RHS continues its unblemished record of 4 wins, no loses. “Keep up the good work!”

Next week there is one match, and then 3 or 4 the week thereafter, it’ll be fun filled finale to the golf season!

5/1/19 – Boys Varsity Lacrosse @ St. Andrews

SENE Rivals Match Up in Second Meeting of the Season

  • RHS 10, St. Andrews 6
  • Davis Lee & Kobe Polley – 4 Goals

The Mariners prevailed 10-6 over the Saints of St. Andrew’s in Barrington on Wednesday. Kobe Polley and Davis Lee had 4 goals apiece, and Nick McConnell chipped in 3 assists in the victory. With the win, Rocky Hill improves to 6-0 on the season, with three big challenges looming next week, starting with the Senior Game versus Pilgrim High School on Monday.