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Local Roundup: Canes Win at HOF

Coopertown n.y. — Not far from the Baseball Hall of Fame, Hartford High’s Dylan Terino turned in a Hall-worthy performance against Hanover yesterday.

Terino’s RBI single in the seventh inning capped his outstanding afternoon as the Hurricanes edged the Marauders, 3-2 at Cooperstown’s Doubleday Field.

Terino finished 2-for-4 at the plate and was dominant on the mound, where he fired a complete-game three-hitter with 10 strikeouts and only one walk.

“He threw the ball well,” Hartford coach Jarrod GRrssi said. “He threw both his fastball and his curve for strikes, and we played well behind him (one error).”

Hanover grabbed a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first on a triple by Cyrus Rothwell-Ferraris, followed by singles from Sam Hastings and Even Greenwald. Hartford scored single runs in the second and fourth innings before the seventh, when Terino singled home Jacob Perkins, who singled, was sacrificed to second and advanced to third on a grounder.

Isaac Fleming-Steinberg threw a complete game for Hanover, and got out of a bases-loaded, no-out jam in the fifth inning.

Hartford (3-5) hosts Fair Haven tomorrow to open a season-ending stretch of six home games out of seven. Hanover (6-5) hosts Coe-Brown/Northwood today.

College Track

Dartmouth Men
At IC4A Meet

Princeton, n.j. — Dartmouth senior Connor Reilly ran a 10.60 in the finals of the 100 meters at the last day of the IC4A Championship track & field meet at Princeton’s Weaver Stadium yesterday afternoon.

Reilly’s time earned second place in the tightly contested race and earned eight points for the Dartmouth.

The Big Green finished the weekend with 11 total points.

In the shot put, Dom Filiano, of Lebanon, was fifth in his section and 17th overall with a mark of 52 feet, 6.75 inches (16.02 meters). Jim Budzinski was 24th in the javelin with a throw of 177-5.0 (54.08 meters).

Dartmouth Women
Wrap Up Meet

Princeton, n.j. — The Dartmouth women concluded their weekend at the ECAC Outdoor Championship meet at Princeton’s Weaver Stadium.

Freshman Kaitlin Whitehorn led the way with a share of seventh place in the high jump, posting a leap of 5 feet, 7.25 inches (1.71 meters). Clearing the height in one try, Whitehorn picked up 1.50 points for the Big Green.

In the shot put, senior Emmaline Berg posted a 10th-place finish with a throw of 42-2.50 (13.78). Mollie Gribbin was measured at 38-5.50 (11.72) in the triple jump, earning 14th place in the process.

Dartmouth finished the weekend with 11.50 points and will now turn its attention for a select group of team members to one final Twilight Meet next weekend at UMass-Lowell before NCAA Regionals in Greensboro, N.C., May 23-25.