NEW BRITAIN – New Britain boys soccer pulled out a win with authority Friday night, beating Hartford Public at home 9-1.
The Hurricanes had four koals from Nikodem Kolc, two goals from Giovanni Peart and one goal each from Andy Rodriguez, Cameron Naples and Lee Chambers.
Romario Francis netted the lone score for Hartford. Hartford’s goalkeeper turned away 18 shots in the loss.
Goodwin Tech 6, Vinal Tech 1: Goodwin Tech defeated Vinal Tech Friday night 6-1.
Danny Reyes was the only multi-goal scorer for Goodwin, netting two. Anthony Cassarino, Edin Imsirovic, Armando Sanchez and Brandon Melchor-Lopez also scored in the win.
Dylan Johns had three saves in net for Goodwin, improving the team to 2-0.
Goodwin Tech 3, Cheney Tech 0: Goodwin Tech volleyball improved to 3-2 Friday night, winning 3-0 over Cheney Tech.
The win came smoothly for Goodwin, who won 25-15, 25-14 and 25-10 for the shutout.
Rachel Astacio had 29 service points to complement seven aces from the stripe. Javiellie Merle-Gonzelez also had 14 service points.
Trinity Chambers chipped in seven kills and seven assists.
Bristol Central 3, Lewis Mills 0: Bristol Central volleyball picked up a win Friday night, winning over Lewis Mills 3-0.
Bristol took the three sets comfortably, winning 25-14, 25-13 and 25-14.
Alex Rivera racked up 18 assists with six aces. Brooke Valentino had seven kills with one ace and Sam Sklenka had 12 digs with three aces.
New Britain 3, Newington 2: New Britain defeated Newington Friday night 3-2.
The Hurricane girls took the first two sets 25-21 and 25-14 before Newington ran off two set wins of its own at 25-21 and 25-21. New Britain dominated in the decisive fifth set 15-5.
Isamarys Rodriguez led in service points with 19, also chipping in four aces and eight digs. Kelly Alape had 19 assists and Kasianna Denmark had eight kills.
Conrad 3, Southington 2: Conrad beat Southington 3-2 Friday night, dropping Southington to 3-2 on the season.
Southington won the second and third set 25-15 and 25-23, respectively. It lost the first set 25-19, the fourth set 25-22 and the decisive fifth set 16-14.
Haley Weiner had 42 assists with 11 digs. Leading the team in digs was Makenzie Marek with 21. Leading in kills for the Blue Devils was Morgan Birdsey with 13.
Newington’s Diana Sliwinski had five aces with six kills. Hannah DeMaco tallied 30 assists.
St Paul 7, Torrington 1: St. Paul girls soccer improved to 1-1 Friday night with a 7-1 win over Torrington.
Reagan Davis and Emily Walker each had two goals. Ariana Griffin, Nadia Riemer and Rose Wells each scored for St. Paul as well.
St. Paul out-shot Torrington 16-3 in the win.
“(We) outplayed Torrington with more possession of the ball, and good effort from Torrington playing hard and trying until the last whistle,” said coach Flavio Pereira.