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Sports Scores, Highlights: Durfee Baseball Blanks Case, Somerset Berkley Softball Wins Big

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Sports Scores, Highlights: Durfee Baseball Blanks Case, Somerset Berkley Softball Wins Big

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Sports Scores, Highlights: Durfee Baseball Blanks Case, Somerset Berkley Softball Wins Big
Sports Scores, Highlights: Durfee Baseball Blanks Case, Somerset Berkley Softball Wins Big

The spring high school season continues for the Fall River Area team.

Here are the high school highlights from Tuesday's promotion.

Baseball: Durfee 10, Drop 0

Location: Swansea

Date: April 11th

RECORD: Durfee, 2-1; Fall, 0-5 (0-3 in South Coast Conference)

DIRECTIONS: The Hilltoppers defeated Casey in a mercy rule game against non-league opponents on the street. Sebastian Reiss led the charge for Durfee, who went 1-3 with two homers and three RBIs. Ethan Cambra has a double and an RBI. Yandell Pichardo had a victim double and two RBI. Jaydon Espinal rode first in a three-run and scored two runs. Alexis Mantillo threw three no-hitters for the win. Jacob Poitras and Christian Chapman garnered Case's only hits against a trio of pitchers.

NEXT. Durfee travels to Somerset on Friday to take on Berkeley while the Cardinals take on Old Rochester on Friday.

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Baseball: Southeast 5, Westport 2

Location: Westport

Date: April 4th

RECORD: Westport, 1-2

DIRECTIONS: Despite better defensive play, the Wildcats dropped the game to the Southeast. Cameron Leary stands strong on the hill. He went five innings, allowing four runs (all earned) on five hits with five walks and five strikeouts. He's also 2-for-4 with a double, two stolen bases and an RBI. Luke Finglas went 1-for-2 with a double and a run scored.

NEXT. The Wildcats travel to West Bridgewater on Thursday.

Softball: Somerset Berkeley 19, New Bedford 15

Location: Somerset Berkeley

Date: April 11th

RECORD: Somerset Berkeley, 1-2

DIRECTIONS: The Raiders clinched their first win of the season in style with a home win over non-league rivals New Bedford. Mackenzie Jacob went 3-on-4 with a walk and scored four runs for SBR. Gabriela Nugent had three hits, including a double, a walk, three RBIs and four runs. Julia Costa went 3-on-5 with a triple, five RBIs and a run made. Sydney Bednartz had a pair of hits, two RBIs and three runs. Jordan Theroux, Victoria DeMatteo, Emma Xavier were also successful in the game.

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NEXT. The Raiders travel to Durfee on Friday.

Softball: Southeast 11, Westport 1

Location: Southeast

Date: April 11th

RECORD: Westport, 1-2

RECEIVER: The Wildcats lost away to Southeastern League opponents. Tess Silvia went 1-for-2 and singled the plate. Westport pitcher Mackenzie Ponte had seven strikeouts.

NEXT. The Wildcats host West Bridgewater on Thursday.

Men's Lacrosse. Westport 8, Bristol-Plymouth 5

Location: Westport

Date: April 11th

RECORD: Westport, 1-2

KEY: The Wildcats beat Bristol-Plymouth at home. Caltrane McGonigle led Westport to his second hat trick of the season. Isaiah Poydras had a brace and Avery Viveras, Ryan Borges and Owen Boudria had a goal each. Tyler Arial had three assists, while Viveras, Ryan Borges and Will Quinlan also had a point each. Sean DeRoche made six saves, including two impressive shutouts.

NEXT. The Wildcats travel to Tri-County on Friday.

Open women: Diman 99, Holbrook 31

Location: Holbrook

Date: April 11th

RECORD: Dimon, 2-0-1

The Bengals remain undefeated this season after defeating Holbrook away from home. Emma Fowley was a three-time winner for Dimon in the long jump (15'11), triple jump (32'6) and 100 hurdles (18.7). Some winners were Laila Thibault in the mile (7:12) and 2 miles (16:20), Ines Medeiros (100; 13.1) and 200; 27.2 and Katie Miranda in shot put (29'4) and discus (58'5). Kaitlyn Nickelson and Grace Fluttery tied for first place in the high jump (4'4). Eden McCausland won the 800 (2:57) and Angela Njorge won the 400 (1:10).

NEXT. The Bengals travel to West Bridgewater for a hat trick against the Wildcats and South Shore Tech.

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Men's Outdoor Courts: Diman 116, Holbrook 18

Location: Holbrook

Date: April 11th

RECORD: Dimon, 2-1 (2-1 Mayflower Big Athletic Conference)

TASTE: The Bengals go to business in their road matchup with Holbrook. Cashton Richard is a three-time Dimon winner in the 400 hurdles (63.1), 110 hurdles (19.2) and javelin throw (110'4). Nathan Nascimento won the 100 (11.4) and 200 (24.2). Will Ferreira ran first (5.29) and 2 miles (11:29). Ethan Cabral won the 400 (55.1) and Andrew Shaquette won the shot put and discus. Robert Hall was first in the long jump, Bryce Medeiros in the triple jump. "It was a great team effort against a strong wind," said Bengals head coach Tom Librero. "Excellent performance across the network."

The Bengals play West Bridgewater next Thursday .

Open Men's Championship. Atlantis Charter 97, South Shore Christian 7pm

Place: Atlantis Charter

Date: April 11th

RECORD: Atlantis Charter, 1-1

THE TRITONS def. South Shore Christian at home for their first win of the season. Andre Caelho-Fillo is first in javelin throw (121.9), long jump (18'10”) and second in 100 dash (12.3 seconds) for Atlantis Charter. Talis Silva finished first in shot put (33'10"), triple jump (36'10.5") and third in javelin throw (88'5.5"). DiAnte Durden won the 800 (2:43) and 400 (63: 03). ) took first place.

NEXT. The Tritons will host Cape Cod Tech. April 27th.

Stephen Sanchez, sports editor of Herald News and Taunton Daily Gazette, can be reached at ssanchez@heraldnews.com. You can follow him on Twitter @Chezsports. Support local journalism by purchasing a digital or print subscription to The Herald News today.

This article originally appeared in The Herald News. Results. Diamond Athletics Holbrook, Westport Lacrosse Victory

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