Quality hockey afield! Sheehan gives CHS a battle; Southington rolls to 7-0-1-1

The house box hockey bar continues to upward push. It’s now not simply Cheshire anymore.

Yes, Cheshire defeated Sheehan on Friday, however the host Titans performed the Rams tricky sooner than falling 3-1.

Meanwhile, over in Southington, the Blue Knights ran their unbeaten streak to seven with a 6-1 rout of Windsor at Fontana Field.

At 7-0-1-1, Southington stands along Simsbury (7-1-0) on the best of the Central Connecticut Conference ratings.

In the Southern Connecticut Conference, Cheshire stands at the best rung with reigning league champ Guilford. The Rams, who passed 7-1 Guilford its lone defeat, advanced to 8-2 with Friday’s win over Sheehan.

The recreation at Riccitelli Field used to be scoreless till Cheshire’s Julia Colby attached 3 mins into the second one quarter off a feed from Colby Paul.

Sarah Goldstein tallied an unassisted purpose with 4½ mins left within the part to push the Cheshire lead to 2-0. Sheehan minimize it in part simply over a minute later, with Maya Wresien completing an help from Ava Raffone.

Ava Matikowski regained respiring room for the Rams six mins into the 3rd quarter — Bailey had the help — and the 3-1 lead stood up the remainder of the way in which.

Rilee Reutenauer rang up 13 saves for Sheehan (5-5). Cheshire goalie Ginny Curello had six saves.

The Southington-Windsor recreation used to be settled within the first quarter, when the Blue Knights sprung for 3 targets.

By day’s finish, the Blue Knights had part a dozen at the board, which gives them 47 targets at the season.

Mikayla Winegar and Ava Coppola scored two targets apiece to tempo SHS on Friday. Nikki DePodesta and Ella Huard each and every had one.

Coppola, Lilli Doran and Elyse Picard earned assists. Morgan Lasek had 4 saves in internet.

The lone blemish on that 7-0-1-1 for Southington? A 4-3 time beyond regulation loss to Simbury on Sept. 13.


Southington: The Blue Knights closed a week at the highway at 6-5 after rebounding from a 160-168 loss to Berlin at Timberlin Golf Course with a 174-177 victory over at Hall at Rockledge Golf Club.

Patrick DiPace posted low rounds for Southington, taking pictures a 41 at Timberlin and a 40 at Rockledge. Kyle Raia additionally carded a 41 towards Berlin.

Ryan O’Donnell and Ben Taylor rounded out the cardboard in Berlin with matching 43s. They shot 42 and 44, respectively, in West Hartford.

Girls football

Berlin 3, Maloney 2: Bria Benigni staked the Spartans to a 1-0 halftime lead, however the Redcoats scored 3 immediately targets in the second one part to take keep watch over of this CCC South showdown at Maloney.

Kiarianna Williams pulled the Spartans to inside of one with 10 mins to play and the house workforce had a number of alternatives down the stretch, however couldn’t internet the equalizer.

Benigni scored on a shot from 35 yards out. The purpose from Williams got here on a 25-yard strike.

Berlin held a 12-9 merit in pictures. Cassidy Colaccico had 5 saves within the Maloney internet.

The victory used to be Berlin’s 2d of the season over Maloney. The Redcoats at the moment are 4-1-3. The Spartans are 2-6-1.

Wilcox Tech 3, Platt Tech 2: Two targets by way of Angela Zandri and one by way of Ellie Lopez lifted the Wildcats to the CTC victory Thursday in Meriden.

The win places the league-leading Wildcats at 8-2.

Illiana Rivera and Chloe Enger picked up assists in the newest victory. Jedaulyz Quintana and Azayla Yearwood had excellent video games on protection and within the midfield and Joyce Vecchitto recorded 8 saves in internet.

Girls volleyball

Cheshire 3, Lauralton Hall 0: The Rams tightened their grip at the SCC Hammonasset Division with the sweep of the Crusaders in Milford.

Cheshire advanced to 11-2 and knocked Lauralton to 8-2 by way of recreation rankings of 25-10, 25-21 and 25-6.

Avery Mola had any other sturdy fit for the Rams with 8  kills, seven aces and two blocks. Kathryn Ulicki added six kills

Amelia Perlini dealt 12 assists whilst additionally amassing 5 aces and 3 digs.

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