TUESDAY SCHOLASTICS: Southington girls soccer makes it 3-0; Cheshire sweeps North Haven; Wilcox harries take charge at Hubbard

TUESDAY SCHOLASTICS: Southington girls soccer makes it 3-0; Cheshire sweeps North Haven; Wilcox harries take charge at Hubbard



BRISTOL — Nina Muir and Riley Prozzo both found the back of the net Tuesday to lead the Southington girls soccer in a 2-0 CCC victory over Bristol Central.

Muir scored in the first half with an assist from Savannah Krom, while Prozzo scored in the second half off a dish from Shannon Litchfield.

With the win, last year’s Class LL state finalists improved to 3-0.

Southington out-shot the Rams 25-5. Emily Eigo collected the shutout for the Blue Knights with three saves.

Central (0-1-2) keeper Maddy Corcoran made 17 saves.

Cheshire 5, North Haven 1: The Rams earned their first win of the season with the SCC verdict at North Haven Middle School.

Cheshire (1-1) had five different goal scorers on the night: Gabby Tirado, Ellie Pergolotti, Ariana Geloso, Kristen Daddi and Olivia Jones.

Julia Hendrick chipped in with an assist. Tirado also set up a goal.

Seymone Rosenberg had one save in net for Cheshire.

Boys soccer

Cheshire 5, North Haven 2: Murphy Malone and Samir Dishnica had two goals apiece for the Rams in their SCC win at Alumni Field.

The conquest was Cheshire’s first of the season. Max Manware added a goal and an assist for Cheshire (1-1). Dishnica, Tim Beecher and E.J. Gonzalez had assists.

Goalie Andres Diosa made four saves in his first varsity start in net.

North Haven fell to 0-1-1.

Wethersfield 6, Platt 1: Elian Nava had the goal for the Panthers in the CCC loss in Wethersfield.

Nava was assisted by Nick Link, who also saw time in net and posted four saves.

Charles Hayes led Wethersfield with three goals.

The Eagles soared to 3-0. Platt fell to 1-2.

Newington 4, Maloney 0: The Indians jumped to 2-1 while knocking Maloney to 1-2 in a CCC matchup in Newington.

Innovation 4, Wilcox Tech 2: The Indians dropped to 1-2 with Monday’s loss in New Britain.

Cross country

Wilcox Tech: Joe Antoniani and Josh Santiago finished 1-2 to the lead the Indians to a Connecticut Technical Conference sweep of Innovation and Vinal Tech at Hubbard Park.

Wilcox beat both teams 15-50.

Luke Frommelt (4th), Jacob Clemente (5th) and Michael Zacchia (6th) also placed for the Tribe, which improved to 5-0

Girls volleyball

Wilcox Tech 3, Innovation 0: The Tribe improved to a spotless 3-0 with a 25-14, 25-18, 25-16 sweep in New Britain.

Gia Alvarez dished seven assists and served up five aces. Na’Sya Burkes hammered down five kills.

Platt 3, Middletown 0: The Panthers rebounded from Saturday’s loss at Maloney with a 25-15, 25-15, 25-14 sweep in Middletown on Monday night.

Emily Hart was at the hub with 19 assists and seven aces.

Jazmir Hudson had seven kills to go along with five aces. Ashlee Long put down six aces and also grabbed 11 digs.

Victoria Talento had a team-high 13 digs.

Platt is 2-1 heading into Thursday’s match at Berlin.

Sacred Heart Academy 3, Sheehan 2: The Titans fell to 1-2 with the SCC loss in Hamden. They host Mercy on Wednesday night.

Girls swimming

Cheshire 95.5, North Haven 86.5: The results initially reported from Monday’s virtual meet between the Rams and Indians did not reflect North Haven’s winners. The following were the first-place swimmers from Cheshire.

Nora Bergstrom, Emma Glover, Bella Tejeda and Avery Potyrala launched Cheshire with a first-place time of 1:54.79 in the 200 medley relay.

Bergstrom went on to take the 200 individual medley (2:15.53) and the 100 backstroke (1:02.29), while Potyrala had a fast time of 25.34 in the 50 freestyle.

Senior diver Natalie DeMatteo had a personal-best score of 246.60. That puts her at No. 6 on Cheshire’s all-time 6-dive list.

Also for Cheshire, Julia Barto tied with North Haven’s Mikayla Rapuano in the 100 butterfly at 1:01.10 and led off the winning 200 free relay ahead of Julianna Tyler, Gabby Sokolik and Sophie Murphy (1:46.36).


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