Colby-Sawyer senior Eric Foulds of Bradford had a record setting final home meet of his career against Regis. He won both diving events, scoring a school record 371.40 for 11 dives. The Central Catholic grad, who was named Charger of the Week, also broke his own pool record.
Another Central grad, C-S freshman Chris Begonis of Lawrence, placed second and third in the diving events.
Andover always has a ton of top college swimmers. Two of the most decorated from the Golden Warrior dynasty are USC freshman Maggie D’Innocenzo and Virginia sophomore Rachel Moore.
D’Innocenzo placed second in the 200 IM (2:04.84) and third in the 200 butterfly (2:02.60) against Utah and won the 200 fly (2:01.50) against Arizona State.
Moore took fifth in the 100 butterfly (56.28) in a recent five-team meet and placed eighth in the 200 fly (2:00.10) at the Ohio State Invitational.
Regis freshman outside hitter Zach Sindoni of Haverhill was named the Week 1 New England Collegiate Conference Rookie of the Week. In the first four matches of the season he recorded 32 kills, 43 points and 61 assists, all team highs.
Sophomore middle blocker Joe Coye of Plaistow (25 kills, 30.5 blocks) and freshman right-side hitter Bryan Camilo of Lawrence (21 kills, 21.5 points) also are starting. Coye is the Regis captain.
Junior Gina Righini of Salem will be one of four captains for the Holy Cross soccer team next fall. Righini has started all three years and is on the school’s executive board for the Student Athletic Advisory Committee.
Three Haverhill High grads starred for Bridgewater State track at the Tufts Invitational. Senior Joseph Danner-Hicks took second in the 60 (7.10) and his twin brother and fellow quad-captain Joshua Danner-Hicks was second in the 200 meters (23.24).
Junior Josh Goehring won the 600 (1:22.66). Goehring, who also starts in soccer, was named MASCAC co-Track Athlete of the Week.