BRISTOL - Bristol Eastern baseball beat Platt Thursday night, winning 6-4.
Three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning gave Eastern the lead after trailing 4-3 since the top of the third inning. Starter Andrew Lozier closed the door in the seventh inning, pitching a clean top half of the inning to lock up a win.
Lozier pitched seven innings, allowing three hits – none coming after the third inning. Two of his runs allowed were unearned. He walked and struck out one each.
He also drove in a run, stole second base and scored.
Cameron Moore hit a double in the win. Tyler Stickels had two RBIs.
Goodwin Tech 6, Vinal 5: Goodwin Tech walked it off Thursday afternoon, winning 6-5 over Vinal.
A Matt Snow RBI single to score Mike Lukaszewski broke the tie to bring Goodwin home a win.
Goodwin scored four runs across the last three innings after a two-run second gave it the lead early. Eleven hits fell for Goodwin with Andrew Koscho, Nick Jusino, Sean Kobialka and Snow each having two.
Kobialka had two RBIs while Koscho had one. Snow had the game-winning RBI.
On the mound, Kobialka started with nine strikeouts over five innings of work, allowing two hits. Christian Heidel received the win, pitching two innings and punching out two.
Newington 21, Hartford Public 2: Newington blew out Hartford Public Thursday afternoon, winning 21-2.
Hartford had one hit, committing four errors. Two runs were scored in the fourth inning.
Newington’s Alex Burgnacki received the winning decision, getting the benefit of a 16-hit day from his offense.
A nine-run second inning and a three-run eighth inning put Newington in mercy territory.
Connor Daly finished with three RBIs, going 3-for-3. Shaun Callahan also had three hits, finishing 3-for-4 with four RBIs
Bristol Eastern 18, Platt 2: Bristol Eastern rolled to a win Thursday afternoon, winning 18-2 over Platt.
Eight hits, along with the help of four errors, ended the game in five innings. Jasmine Perez scored four runs, going 3-for-4 with a homer and five RBIs.
Janessa Gonzalez went 2-for-3 with a run and two RBIs. Ali Tellier struck out seven batters for Eastern.
Girls track and field
Terryville 54, Gilbert 35: Terryville won 54-35 over Gilbert Thursday night.
Reilly Stager won the 100 meter (14.4) and 200 meters (30.2) for Terryville. In the hurdles, Kendra Thammathino won the 100 hurdles (21.6) and 300 hurdles (61.6).
Thammathino won two events in the field as well, winning the long jump at a distance of 12 feet, 8 ½ inches. She also cleared 4-2 for first in the high jump.
Ajla Gutic was a two-event winner in the field, winning the shot and discus throw. She tossed the shot 27-3 and the disc 76-5.
Winsor 9 New Britain 5: Windsor took down New Britain softball Thursday evening, losing 9-5.
Liana Silva had a 2-for-3 day, scoring one run.
Angelina Mendieta and Jartiza Villa each scored one run in the loss.
Boys track and field
Gilbert 93, Terryville 23: Terryville lost to Gilbert Thursday night, losing the meet 93-23.
Terryville had an event win in the 800 meter race, with Nick Fusco clocking a 2:15.4 for first. Terryville also won in the javelin for its only other first-place finish in an event.
Owen Mantoni tossed the javelin 10-4 feet, 1 ½ inches.
Goodwin Tech 212, Kaynor Tech 241: Goodwin Tech boys golf beat Kaynor Tech Thursday, winning 212-241.
Both sides finished tied for hardware as Isaiah Martel and Jake Ashmore both finished with a 48.
Rounding out the Goodwin Tech team was Christian Molina (52), Julien Stepien (52) and Nate Berube (60).
St. Paul 176, Seymour 224: St. Paul boys golf blew past Seymour Thursday afternoon at Oxford Greens Golf Course, winning 176-224.
Brandon Frye of St. Paul finished the medalist, scoring a 39 for 3-over par.
Matt Downes shot a 42, Chris Millerick shot a 45 and Ben Shea shot a 50 to round out the team scores.
Leading Seymour was Tyler Yacawych with a 43.
St. Paul 220, Canton 265, Suffield 275: St. Paul won Thrsday’s meet against Suffield and Canton, winning by 45 strokes
St. Paul scored 220, Canton shot 265 and Suffield had a 275.
Erin Downes was the leading golfer at the end of the day, shooting a 43 to take home the gold for St. Paul.
Sami Millerick shot a 50, Aisnley Toland shot a 60 and Maddy Kurnik shot a 67 for the Lady Falcons.
Canton was led by Shilo Blumenfeld’s 59. Suffield’s Courtney Faber shot a 59 to lead her team.