DERBY - The St. Paul girls soccer team picked up its third victory of the season as it routed host Derby at Witek Park on Tuesday, 9-0.
The Falcons had 10 different girls record at least one goal or assist, led by freshmen Reagan Davis, who recorded her second multi-goal game of the season with three goals and an assist. She had a four-goal effort against Ansonia earlier in the season and is the team’s leading scorer with nine.
Also scoring for St. Paul (3-7) were Zoey Rubin, Erin Downes, Catherine Ciampi, Sophia Gerst, Hannah Stanford and Emma Schatz. Stanford had three assists, while Isabella Griffin had two and Emma Cretella, Samantha Naples and Rubin had one each.
St. Paul goalkeeper Hannah Duffany recorded her first career varsity shutout with two saves.
Avon 5, Bristol Eastern 1: Myah Croze scored the lone goal for the Lancers at Fisher Meadow in Avon, assisted by Ciara Collins and Angelina Lusitani.
Jade Strassner had a pair of goals for Avon, while Jade Strassner, Clare Archer and Olivia DiBella had one each.
Bristol Eastern’s Ava Gilbert made 15 saves as goalkeeper, while Grace D’Amato had two.
Simsbury 2, Bristol Central 0: There was no score until there were 20 minutes left in the game, but the Rams fell on the road.
Liz Hintz had 21 saves on the night for Bristol Central, while Lily Hansen played well on defense. Mia Hinton, Hannah Aldieri and Adalia Malick played well on offense.
Conard 3, Bristol Central 2: The Rams got goals from Diego Naranjo and Carson Rivoira, but lost at home.
Andrew Oren had an assist for Bristol Central (3-4-2), while Andres Mayuri, Keegan Nuttall and Shane Carr scored for Conard (6-4).
Goalkeeper Danny Gaudoin made eight saves for the Rams.
Lewis Mills 3, Terryville 0: The Kangaroos were shut out at home, while Josh Constantino, Jakob Cosentino and Chris King scored for the visitors.
Sean O’Donnell made seven saves for Terryville.
St. Paul 11, Derby 1: The Falcons qualified for state tournament play with a rout on Monday night.
Leading the way for St. Paul were Ethan Rembish (2 goals, 3 assists), Nate Duhaime (2 goals), Stefan Zwolinski (2 goals), Luke Hines (1 goal, 2 assists), Danny Bond (1 goal, 2 assists), Spencer Sinkwich (1 goal, 1 assist), Matt Stephani (1 goal, 1 assist), Ethan Sanzone (1 goal) and Adam VanLinter (3 assists).