The Final Spring Sports Recap

Girls’ Softball: This season, the girls won nine games and lost 11. The girls’ most significant wins took place at the Windham softball field on April 23 (15-3), at Montville High School on April 25 (10-0), and at East Hampton High School on May 12 (12-0). Key members include senior Hannah Terrapin, junior Riley Pratt and sophomore Madison Sanborn.

Boys’ Baseball: The varsity team won nine games and lost 11. Their biggest wins were at Norwich Free Academy on April 25 (12-3) and home against Windham on May 17 (11-2). Key members include senior Trevor Bolduc and freshmen Ken Turner and Cade Walters.

Boys’ Lacrosse: The varsity boys won two games this year and lost 13. Their two wins were against Griswold on April 16 (16-2) and on May 5 (19-4). Key members include seniors Shane Fors and Evan Bresnan and junior Matt Scahill.

Girls’ Lacrosse: This spring, the girls won four games and lost 12. Their biggest wins were against Wheeler High School on May 3 (19-3) and Fitch on May 12 (12-9).

Boys’ Outdoor Track: At the Eastern Connecticut Conference Championship, junior Herman Winston won two events — the 100-and 200-meter. Senior Noah Hysong placed second in pole vaulting and sophomore Collin Wiltshire won the triple jump.

Girls’ Outdoor Track: Senior Megan Brawner placed first in her events — the 1600-meter and 800-meter. Junior Claudia Jackson earned third place in pole vaulting and the 4×800-meter relay team of juniors Kayla Kassim, Alex Houdeshell and Georgia Paul and senior Destiny Kuss placed seventh at the Eastern Connecticut Conference Championship.

Boys’ Tennis: The boys won 12 matches and lost four this year. Their biggest wins took place home against Killingly on May 17 (7-0) and on April 27 (7-0).

Girls’ Tennis: The team won nine matches and lost five. Their best matches were against Montville High School on May 12 (7-0) and home playing against Bacon Academy on May 18 (7-0).

Leah Sheltry, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

Senior Leah Sheltry is the Assistant Editor-in-Chief of the 2015-2016 Colonel. She is the secretary of Youth United for Global Action and Awareness (YUGA) Club and is on the swim team. She will attend Lasell College to study Fashion Communication & Promotion next fall.

Author: thecolonel306

The Colonel is Ledyard High School's award-winning news magazine, serving as the student voice of LHS for almost 50 years.

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