2011-05-26 / News

Around the horn

• The North Kingstown High School girls’ sailing team defending its state title on Monday, May 16, at the Wickford Yacht Club. NKHS tallied 33 points, finishing ahead St. George’s (45), East Greenwich (47), Rogers (52), Barrington (58), Sharon (69), Bay View (69), Moses Brown (77) and Prout (90). Competing for the Skippers during the state championship was Taylor Preston, Honore Johnson, Johanna Kincaid, Alisa Petrie and Rachel Bryer.

• The North Kingstown High School boys’ and girls’ track and field teams participated in the Rhode Island Class A Championships last weekend. The girls’ team placed third while the boys’ team swept the relays en route to a second place finish.

• The Fuzz Foundation for Dedicated Athletes, a nonprofit volunteer organization created in memory of Donald “Fuzzy” Andreozzi by his daughters Megan Fox and Rachel Andreozzi, will present the 2011 awards to one male and one female high school senior athlete from Jamestown.

Each winner will be chosen by a selection committee, and will receive a $500 award to be used towards expenses during their first year of college. Applications must be postmarked no later than June 31. For more information, call Fox at 341- 2640.

• Jeff Cammans, an outfielder for the University of Rhode Island’s baseball team, went 5-for- 15 with a double, two runs scored and two RBIs in a three-game series against Dayton last week. He went 1-for-4 in a 13-2 loss on May 19, 3-for-6 in a 9-7 win on May 20 and 1-for-5 in a 5-4 loss on May 21.

• Drew MacIntyre stole home in the top of the seventh inning to score the go-ahead run, which led to a 6-5 win for Ali’s Run over R&R Construction in the Newport Babe Ruth League. MacIntyre, who also added two hits, stole home on a 2-2 pitch from Khalil Moon and slid under the tag of catcher Alex Rodriguez. Matt Rafanelli, Eric Stroud and Jared Ford also contributed on offense. Liam Vetter extended his hitting streak to four games. Ford pitched five strong innings and Logan Bradley finished up strongly in relief. Ali’s Run is now 5-1 on the season. They play again tonight – Thursday, May 26 – against Portsmouth at 5:15 p.m. and then at noon against FOP on Sunday. Both games are at Cardines Field.

• Louis Marioenzi and five other climbers reached the summit of Mount Everest on May 19 between 7:30 and 8 a.m. local time. Marioenzi is an orthopedic surgeon and J/22 sailor. The team had a 100 percent success rate, meaning every climber reached the summit and returned to base camp safely.

• Rhode Island-based Langan Design Partners has announced that Calliope, the latest motor yacht from the office’s drawing boards, has won the World Super Yacht Award for the best Three- Deck Semi-Displacement or Planing Motor Yacht.

This award comes as a fitting tribute to the company’s founder, the late Bill Langan, who led the design of this project from its initial conceptual phase in 2006 all the way to her launch in early summer of 2010. Langan passed away in late 2010 following a two-year battle with Leukemia.

Designed for a longstanding client, this motor yacht can take her owner and eight guests to the most remote regions of the planet. Powered by two diesel engines delivering almost 2,000 horsepower each, she has a top speed of 16.5 knots and a range of 1900 nautical miles.

• The Jamestown Yacht Club held its second race of the Spring Series on May 17. The results of the races were (boat’s name, boat’s type, skipper’s name):

A Class: 1. Hidalgo, Mod Express 37, Rich Moody; 2. Celeritas, Viper 640 ODR, P. Denton/M. Gefter; 3. Lynx, J/29, Dennis Nixon; 4. Picante, J/109, R. Salk/J. Sahagian; 5. Rhapsody, J/30, Bill Kneller.

B Class: 1. Conundrum, J/22, William & Alice Porter.

C Class: 1. Duck Soup, C&C 37/40, Bill Clavin; 2. Chairman Arafat, P Electra, Rob Bestoso; 3. Summer Wind, Scampi II, T. Alyn & KJ Delamer; 4. Four Suns, Swan 41, Charles Beal.

Last week’s results

May 20: NKHS 10, Chariho 0
May 21: Tiverton 7, NKHS 6
Boys’ lacrosse
May 18: Barrington 13, NKHS 12
May 21: NKHS 17, Lyme-Old
Lyme 11
Girls’ lacrosse
May 18: NKHS 18, Cranston
West 7
Boys’ tennis
May 20: NKHS 7, Toll Gate 0
Boys’ volleyball
May 20: NKHS 3, East Providence
May 21: Coventry 7, NKHS 6

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