BRISTOL - Victoria Kilbourne and Katie Pauloz continued their strong individual seasons and Lydia Feng had an impressive 8-1 win at No. 4 singles as the St. Paul girls tennis team got its eighth straight victory with a 5-2 win over visiting Seymour at Page Park on Monday.
Orenda Huang and Caroline Badal (No. 1 doubles) defeated their opponents 8-2 for St. Paul. Lizzie Etter and Grace Carabetta (No. 2 doubles) picked up the fifth win of the day for the Falcons with an 8-2 victory.
Berlin 5, Bristol Central 2: Abby Gorneault (No. 2 singles) and Alex Goralski (No. 3 singles) picked up the two wins for the team.
Bristol Eastern 4, Middletown 3: The Lancers had a big performance out of No. 4 doubles team Tina Guo and Leah Mastroianni. The duo picked up the fourth win of the day to give Bristol Eastern its third team win of the season.
Amy Bhagaloo (No. 1 singles), Danielle Barrington (No. 3 singles) and Alexis Waag (No. 4 singles) had the other wins for Bristol Eastern.
Middletown 5, Bristol Eastern 2: Lancers starting pitcher Jagger Duquette went back and forth with Blue Dragons’ starter Ryan Hurlbert through the first three innings, as neither team scored.
Bristol Eastern’s two runs would come in the sixth inning. Matt D’Amato drew a walk to start it off and then Josh Nohilly hit a double to put runners on second and third for Mac Goulet, who would drive both runs in. Jon Pierce also added an infield single in the inning before the Lancers (8-7) push would end via three consecutive strikeouts.
St. Paul 4, Seymour 3: The Falcons handed Seymour its first loss of the season as Cari Marchak made the game-ending catch in the outfield to stop a late rally by the visitors.
Abby Poirot got the win, limiting Seymour (14-1) to seven hits and striking out 11 batters.
Poirot and Jessica Persechino each had home runs in the game for St. Paul (13-1), which took a 4-1 lead after the fifth inning. Katrina Roy and Katelynn Ouellette hit doubles for the Falcons.
Terryville 13, Gilbert 2: Tiffany Pires picked up the win on the mound for the Kangaroos with a complete game and four strikeouts. Maria Cesare showed strong plate discipline with four walks. Pires and Dominique Picard each had a pair of hits as the Kangaroos moved to 4-7 on the season.
Middletown 12, Bristol Eastern 5: The Lancers couldn’t match the Blue Dragons offensive firepower and Erin Girard was charged with the loss. Middletown had 15 hits in the game.
Lauren Aparo had a triple for Bristol Eastern and with the loss the Lancers fell to 9-3.
Bristol Central 199, Plainville 206: The Rams’ Jacob Nelson and Preston Akerley shared medalist honors with rounds of 46 at Pequabuck Golf Club. Also scoring for Bristol Central (4-1) were Adam Ward (50) and Nick Osuch (57).
New Britain 217, Bristol Eastern 221: Bristol Eastern’s Drew Fries was the medalist on the day with a low-score of 48.
Kelsea Wrybek (52), Brendan McMahon (58), Mollie Lewis (63) and Nick Jones (65) rounded out the scoring for the Lancers.