CHESHIRE — Adam Coley’s goal with 6:35 to play snapped a 6-6 tie and stood as the game-winner in the Cheshire boys lacrosse team’s 10-6 non-conference victory Monday night over visiting East Lyme.
This was a showcase featuring two of the top teams in the SCC and ECC. Cheshire improved to 4-1. East Lyme slipped to 4-2.
Jon Oris led the Rams with three goals. Tim Krutz scored two goals and assisted on two others.
Coley finished with two goals. Brian Bouwman had one goal and two assists.
Cheshire also got two assists from Jack Surato, single goals from Ben Wable and Mike Papa, and 13 saves from Brendan Grove. Aidan Gaudet was 12-for-20 on faceoffs.
Guilford 18, Lyman Hall 6: Christian Salaman and Jack Roberts had two goals apiece for the Trojans in the SCC loss to the unbeaten Indians in Guilford.
Brenden Reddington and Ryan House added one goal each.
Lyman Hall fell to 2-5. Guilford improved to 5-0.
Southington 14, Pomeraug 3: The Blue Knights go into their Wednesday night home game with Berlin at 3-1 following a 14-3 win over the weekend against Pomperaug.
Evan Johanns scored six goals and Rory Missal whistled home four while goalie Garrett Brown made nine saves at the other end.
Ethan Thomson, Seth Bogoslovski, Sebby Foresi and Ethan Ritchie scored one goal apiece.Girls lacrosse
Southington 11, Berlin 8: Brooke Lynch and Taylor Borla had a hand in four goals each to lead the Lady Knights to the CCC crossover win over the Redcoats in Southington.
Lynch scored four goals. Borla buried three and assisted on a fourth.
Kayli Garcia added two goals and Talie Richardson and Karolyn Kurzatkowski scored one apiece as Southington improved to 4-1.
Mackenzie Brown chalked up nine saves in net.Boys tennis
Fairfield Prep 7, Lyman Hall 0: The Trojans fell to 4-3 with the SCC home loss to the Jesuits at Doolittle Park.
The best match came at No. 3 doubles, where Brady Campbell and Jackson Mailhot fell to Prep’s Matthew Marsden and Colin Sullivan 7-6, 7-6.
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