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Burr paces Bulldog sweep


WOOD RIVER JCT. — Randi Burr covered the 1.9-mile course in 12:39 to finish first and lead the Westerly Middle School girls’ cross country team to a sweep over Chariho and Davisville Wednesday.

Westerly (4-0) beat Chariho 15-50, and Davisville 19-36. Davisville beat Chariho 15-48.

Gabriella Celico finished third in the meet and was the second fastest runner for Westerly. Her time was 13:33.

Also scoring for the Bulldogs were Kata Cummings (4th, 14:34), Sydney Walker (5th, 14:35) and Dakota Busch (6th, 14:58).

Westerly races against Wickford and Narragansett Tuesday at 3:45 p.m. at Wilson Park in North Kingstown.

Wheeler falls twice

BROOKLYN, Conn. — Nikki Collins’ ninth-place finish in 13:09 over 1.79 miles highlighted Wheeler’s effort in Thursday’s meet.

The Lions fell to Killingly 18-36, and meet champ Brooklyn 15-41.

Rounding out the scoring for Wheeler were Brianna Testa (18th, 13:52), Sarah Servidio (35th, 14:52), Sarah Spracklin (38th, 15:03) and Tiffany Young (39th, 15:04).

BOYS’ CROSS COUNTRY

Westerly drops two

WOOD RIVER JCT. — Matt Walker finished third overall over the 1.9-mile course in 12:43, one second ahead of teammate John Luzzi to highlight the Westerly boys’ effort on Wednesday.

Westerly (2-2) lost to Chariho 28-29, and Davisville 25-32. Chariho also nipped Davisville.

Also scoring for Westerly were Richard Boylan (10th, 13:23), David Tiedemann (13th, 13:26) and Taber Gates (16th, 13:45).

Westerly’s next meet is 3:45 p.m. Tuesday vs. Wickford and Narragansett @ Wilson Park in North Kingstown.

Wheeler loses two

BROOKLYN, Conn. — Wheeler’s Ethan Smith finished sixth overall on the 1.79-mile course in 12:05.

Wheeler lost to Killingly 20-36, and Brooklyn 18-41. Brooklyn edged Killingly in Thursday’s race.

Also scoring for Wheeler were Bryce Reck (17th, 12:55), Kevin Velez (21st, 13:04), Nate Bossie (24th, 13:08) and Michael Carroll (26th, 13:19).

BOYS’ SOCCER

Davisville ...............................................4

Westerly .................................................1

NORTH KINGSTOWN — Kyle Wicklund scored an unassisted goal for Westerly (2-4) in its Southern Division loss to Davisville Thursday and Teddy McGuire made four saves.

Fullbacks Greydon Aldrich and Ronan Murphy and midfielder Ryan O’ Donnell played well defensively for the Bulldogs, who play Narragansett 3:45 p.m. Tuesday at home.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Davisville ...............................................2

Westerly .................................................0

WESTERLY — Davisville handed Westerly its first loss of the season Thursday, dropping the Bulldogs’ record to 2-1-3.

Brittany Deus and Lauren Dobson played strong games in the field. Emily Haik and Elle Paige excelled defensively for Westerly, which plays at Narragansett Tuesday at 3:45 p.m.



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