WEDNESDAY SCHOLASTICS: Sheehan splashes past West Haven; Maloney, Wilcox volleyball dust the brooms

WEDNESDAY SCHOLASTICS: Sheehan splashes past West Haven; Maloney, Wilcox volleyball dust the brooms

WALLINGFORD — The Sheehan girls swimming and diving team got contributions across the board — and off of it — in zipping past West Haven 99-81 in a SCC Division II meet Wednesday at home.

Double-winners Leila Sofiane and Lily Nagy-Leranth led the way, with seven other Titans factoring in, either with individual victories or as part of first-place relays.

Sofiane out-swam the field in the 200-yard freestyle (2:09.66) and in the 500 (5:43.15). Nagy-Laranth showed her versatility in taking the 100 butterfly (1:10.90) and 100 backstroke (1:09.91).

Sofiane and Nagy-Larath also joined forces on the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays.

The medley, rounded out by Katie Webb and Alana Dwyer, won in 2:06.40. The 400 was swum on exhibition, though Sofiane and Nagy-Laranth posted a fast time of 4:09.43 with Rylee Sweet and Rachel Kerrigan.

Webb, Dwyer and Kerrigan combined with Amy Bui on the winning 200 free relay (1:54.03).

Individually, Webb won the 200 IM (2:28.63), Dwyer had the fast time in a 100 breaststroke swum on exhibition (1:17.82) and Kerrigan captured the 100 freestyle (1:01.19).

Diving went to Lila Pickerign, who compiled 174.30 points.

Girls soccer

Windham Tech 6, Wilcox Tech 0: Windham Tech, the top team in the CTC at 10-1, bounced back from its first loss of the season to blank the Indians in Windham. Wilcox is 2-10.

Lauralton Hall 3, Sheehan 2: Madison Yasgar got the Titans on the board just 3:38 into the game, but three consecutive goals by the Crusaders, including two from Evelina Rini, were the difference in a SCC Hammonasset game in Wallingford late Tuesday night. Sheehan is now 7-3-1 and Lauralton Hall stands at 4-7. Olivia Dubuc assisted on Yasgar’s goal. Yasgar later set up Amy Casorla for the second Sheehan goal. Anna Medici made four saves for the Titans. Julia Rush recorded five for Lauralton Hall.

Girls volleyball

Maloney 3, Rocky Hill 0: The Spartans improved to 5-8 with the CCC South sweep in Meriden. Game scores were 25-4, 25-22 and 25-20. Dasia Mongillo was on her game with 13 assists and seven aces. Brooke Lathe put down eight kills.

Wilcox Tech 3, Platt Tech 0: Montgomery Rios landed nine aces and Chloe LaBissoniere cranked out seven kills to lead the Indians to a 25-21, 25-16, 25-12 CTC sweep of the Panthers in Meriden. Rios finished with seven assists as the Tribe improved to 12-2.

Jonathan Law 3, Lyman Hall 1: The Eagles (12-2) dropped the opening game 25-19, then rallied to win 25-20, 25-19, 27-25 in this SCC Oronoque matchup in Wallingford. The Trojans (2-12) put up some big numbers in their upset bid. McKenzie Grady posted 13 kills and eight digs, while Ellery Campbell collected 18 digs and seven kills. Katie Madow’s 21 digs were the team high. Gianna Scoppetto dealt 26 assists and served four aces.