Rebel Review 5/20-5/26

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Michael Fortin

Baseball:  On Monday night Baseball saw its 15 game win streak come to an end as they lost to rival Norwood 2-1.  Despite the tough loss the Rebels got a great effort from senior southpaw Mike Gaughan who allowed two runs in a complete game effort.  Baseball continued its slide as they lost as their second straight to Braintree on Wednesday night 11-10.  However, the Rebels saw a promising sign as Freshman Ian Fair came up from JV to have a good game.  The Rebels however redeemed themselves as they beat Braintree in their second matchup 4-3 on Sunday afternoon.

Softball:  Softball had an exceptional week as they went 2-1.  Softball beat beat both Norwood and Braintree 8-1 and 8-0 while losing to powerhouse Bridgewater-Raynham 3-0.  Junior Steph Sem had a phenomenal game against Norwood as she shut them out.

Girls Lacrosse:  Girls Lacrosse dropped their only game of the week as they lost to Franklin 10-9 on senior night.  This game was highlighted by multiple questionable calls that favored Franklin.

Girls Track:  In the Division 2 meet, junior Gina Conti came in 3rd in the 800 meter with a time of 2:20.18, thus sending her to All States.  Senior Michelle Monahan also had a great meet in the discus as she came in 6th place with a throw of 100-06.

Boys Track:  Boys Track competed in the Emass Division 2 meet as they saw two champions come home.  Senior PJ Hayes ran away with the 200 meter as he won with a time of 22.03.  Also, senior Captain Connor McCarthy won the 110 hurdles with a time of 14.56, a new personal record.

Boys Tennis: Boys Tennis won their only match of the week as they defeated Framingham to qualify for the state tournament.  Senior Captain Alex Frasier had an excellent match as he helped lead his team to the win.

Most Valuable Rebel(s): The Most Valuable Rebel of the week is PJ Hayes of Boys Track.  PJ won the Division 2 200meter with a time of 22.03.  Not only is this quite impressive but PJ has done all this while battling injuries the whole year.  Good job PJ!

Records

Baseball: 17-3

Softball: 12-8

Boys Lacrosse: 9-7

Girls Lacrosse: 13-6

Boys Track: 4-1-1

Girls Track: 2-4

Boys Tennis: 8-6

Girls Tennis: 4-13