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Weekly Game Recap 4.11.2023

Weekly Game Recap 4.11.2023


On Saturday, Varsity Baseball Defeated Nobles 3-1. The Arrows got on the board early thanks to a solo home run by senior center fielder AJ Lysko in the bottom of the first inning. We tacked on a couple more in the fourth inning thanks to a 2-RBI double by sophomore right fielder Ty Ciongoli. 

Senior starting pitcher Jack Volo pitched a complete-game gem, allowing just 1 hit and totaling 9 strikeouts in 7 innings. The Arrows will be playing at home vs. Lawrence Academy on Wednesday and travel to Groton on Saturday.


The St. Sebastian’s ISL golf schedule kicked off this week with two matches. The team went down to beautiful Kittansett on Monday, 4/10 to compete against Tabor. Each individual match was close during the windy oceanside play, and the overall result was a tie. On Wednesday the team faced Thayer and Middlesex in a tri-match at Wollaston. Both opponents proved to have deep lineups, but the Arrows competed to the end. Overall, both matches were losses: 3-4 to Thayer and 2.5-4.5 to Middlesex. Next week brings a packed schedule with four matches, so the Arrows golfers are poised for the opportunity to earn some wins.


After completing a scrimmage at Dexter with an 8-1 win, the Varsity Tennis team felt ready for its ISL season opener as we hosted Nobles this past Saturday (4/8).  Midway through the opening doubles round, it looked like we’d have a close match.  Our #1 and #2 doubles teams had early leads in their sets, and #3 was off by just a break. However, momentum shifted toward the visiting team, and we lost the doubles round leaving the Arrows with a 0-1 deficit going into the six singles matches. 

Unfortunately, the singles round did not go much better. While there were some close sets, all six singles matches went to Nobles. Led by co-captains Timmy Weiss and John Hayes, the team remained optimistic about our future matches despite the 0-7 loss. 


The Ultimate team started its 2023 competition against Scituate High School on a cold, windy day -- tough conditions for an ultimate game! Scituate jumped out to an early 4-0 lead, but the Arrows shook off the beginning of the season rust and matched their opponent point for point from then on. Unfortunately, those 4 initial points proved to be the final margin of victory for Scituate (15-11), but Sebs hopes to avenge the loss at their rematch in May. The next day, the Arrows took on Abington High School, a team with a long history of talented ultimate teams. This year, Sebs was dominant throughout the game, leading a convincing 15-4 victory. The Arrows travel to Weston HS next and then open the ISL season against Milton Academy at home later in the week.