SCHOLASTICS: Sinks are in sync in CHS rout; May and Titans put up 7, while Sheehan swimmers bolt to 2-0

HAMDEN — To twist a phrase, the Cheshire girls soccer team threw everything at Hamden on Thursday, including the Sink.

Two Sinks, actually.

Abby Sink scored two goals and her sister Ava scored one and set up a pair as the Lady Rams pinned an 8-2 SCC Housatonic rout on the Green Dragons.

Sienna Morin also had two assists for Cheshire, which improved to 2-0-1. Freshman Charlotte Dziura came off the bench and twice torched the twine.

Eva Fiala, Carly Commune and Leah Pisani scored single goals. Theresa Zurolo contributed with an assist.

Sophie Bates secured three saves in net.

Sheehan 7, East Haven 0: Rebounding from their season-opening 3-0 loss at Cheshire, the Titans evened their record at 1-1 with the SCC Oronoque romp over the Yellowjackets (0-2) in East Haven.

Amber May recorded a hat trick to lead MTS. Gabby Reddy racked up two goals.

Camryn Jambor was the lead play-maker with three assists. Stacy Casorla also had a three-point night with one goal and two assists. Mia D’Angelo scored one goal and set up another.

Sheehan out-shot East Haven 21-2. Goalie Meghan Keating needed to make just one save. 

Maloney 0, Berlin 0: The Spartans and Redcoats battled to the CCC South draw at Falcon Field.

For Maloney (0-0-3), it was the third tie in as many games to start the season. Berlin, a 2-0 winner over Bristol Central in its opener, is 1-0-1.

Maloney goalie Cassidy Colacicco needed to make just one save as the Spartans held Berlin to three shots. Grace Ramirez had four saves for Berlin.

Boys soccer

Berlin 1, Maloney 0: The Redcoats edged the Spartans in a CCC South border war at Sage Park.

Berlin improved to 2-0. Maloney, at 0-2, will look to land first-year coach A.J. Hodge his first win on Monday in Bloomfield.

Norwich Tech 5, Wilcox Tech 2: Krystian Colbert scored twice to put the host Wildcats up 2-0 at the break. In the second half, Norwich flipped the script with five unanswered goals.

Talk about efficiency: The Warriors (2-0-1) scored on all five shots they took for the game.

Wilcox (0-2) mounted 10 shots — six on goal. Eder Valencia and Joey Schwall had the assists on Colbert’s connections.

Farmington 5, Southington 1: The River Hawks scored on three of their first four shots in the opening 12 minutes to put this CCC West meeting to bed early at Tunxis Mead Park.

Grayson Ellis got Farmington on the board five minutes in and scored a second goal four minutes before halftime.

Sean Canada and Logan Drozd also scored for Farmington (2-0-1). The fifth goal came in the second half off a deflection.

Southington’s lone goal was delivered by Evan Jekubovich with 12 minutes remaining. It was beaut. The junior midfielder curled a free kick into the upper right corner from around 25 yards out.

Now 0-3, the Blue Knights will look for their first win when Plainville comes calling on Tuesday evening.

Cross country

Wilcox Tech: The Wildcats split their season-opening CTC race at Hubbard Park, defeating Wright Tech (15-42) and falling to Bullard Havens (18-38).

Wilcox put four runners in the top 10: Patrick Sullivan (5th, 22:40), Devon Diaz (6th, 22:43), Luke Frommelt (7th, 23:24) and Michael Zacchia (9th, 24:56). Azari Yearwood was 11th in 25:58.

Girls swimming

Sheehan 99, Lauralton Hall 82: The Titans put a second win in the books in as many outings with the SCC victory over the Crusaders in Wallingford.

Lauralton Hall took the meet-opening 200 medley relay and 200 freestyle. After that, the Titans took charge.

Sheehan got first-place performances from diver Emmalyn Rodriguez (211.75) and four different swimmers.

Hanna Nagy-Leranth and Kaylynn Chen were double-winners. Nagy-Leranth won via sprint (50 freestyle, 27.29) and distance (500 free, 6:04). Her win in the 50 was by .01 of a second.

Chen bagged the 100 freestyle (59.06) and 100 breaststroke (1:23.06).

Also for Sheehan, Sophie Math took the 1:09.53 and Isabelle Hodum won the 200 IM (2:29.37). Hodum teamed with Rodriguez, Chen and Jae Welch on the first-place 200 freestyle relay (1:53.52).

Girls volleyball

Cheshire 3, Foran 0: After needing to rally to win in five games in each on their first two matches, the Rams made short work of the Lions 25-11, 25-10, 25-14 in a SCC Hammonasset affair in Cheshire.

Caitlin Fanning and Marissa Mudry posted six kills apiece as setter Kaelyn Fitzgerald dealt 14 assists.

Fitzgerald also had four digs and two aces. Olivia Scotti gathered nine digs.

The Rams are now 3-0. Foran is 2-2.

Southington 3, Hall 0: Playing at home after long road trips to Simsbury and Stamford, the Blue Knights made it a quick night with a 25-9, 25-10, 25-15 dusting of the Titans.

Southington improved to 3-1 with the CCC West victory.

The Knights spread out the playing time and got contributions across the board. Etta Rocco put up seven kills, three aces and two digs. Cami Wessels found the floor with nine kills and six aces. Natalee Grindel posted six kills.

Defensively, SHS got 10 digs from Alyssa Ferreira and nine from Paige Raines. Ferreira also delivered four kills and four aces.

Megan Smith (15), Lilly Stoltz (12) and Gabby Wanner (9) combined on 36 assists.

Whitney Tech 3, Wilcox Tech 1: The host Wildcats evened things up with a 25-19 decision of Game 2 before the Inventors pulled away 25-15 and 25-13.

Whitney won the opening set 25-15 en route to improving to 2-2.

Wilcox (1-2) got a stellar defensive outing from Gladys Rodriguez, who piled up 27 digs. She also had five aces.

Sadie Vernon was good for five kills, four digs and two aces. 

Bristol Eastern 3, Platt 1: Eva Dudley delivered a double-double with 20 kills and 11 digs, and the Panthers jumped out to a 1-0 lead playing on their home floor, but ultimately could not subdue their CCC South rival.

After Platt’s 25-16 victory in Game 1, the Lancers stormed back 25-14, 25-18 and 25-16.

Eastern is 2-1 and Platt 1-2.

Panthers setter Jacie Carrero dished 31 assists. She also snared eight digs.

Libero Bella DeMatteo posted 18 digs. Zenaida Bon added six kills. Dudley put down four aces.

Bristol Central 3, Maloney 0: The Rams swept the Spartans 25-13, 25-14, 25-14 in a CCC South match in Meriden.

BC improved to 2-0. Maloney dipped to 1-2.

Central setter Alex Rivera racked up 14 assists. Grace Higgins was a two-way force with 11 digs and seven kills.

Myalis DeJesus got to seven digs for Maloney. Ava Matias had four kills.

Amity 3, Lyman Hall 0: The Spartans remained unbeaten and the Trojans are still looking for their first win in the wake of this SCC Housatonic matchup in Wallingford.

Game scores were 25-14, 25-4 and 25-12.

Casey Mordecai collected 10 assists and three aces for LH. London Murray-Barron put down five kills.


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