Sports Roundup: St. Paul girls lacrosse beats Lewis Mills for first tournament win in program history

Published on Tuesday, 29 May 2018 21:33


BRISTOL - The St. Paul girls lacrosse team had to travel to Lewis Mills for the first postseason appearance in program history. But the Falcons were right at home in their 13-7 win in the first round of the Class S tournament.

Emma Cretella (4), Greta Panke (3), Catherine Ciampi (2) and Cameron Baston (2) all had multi-goal performances for St. Paul. Maddie Fisher and Carolyn Del Debbio added the other two goals for the Falcons.

Madison Bernier made 10 saves in goal.

With the win, St. Paul will hope to continue its remarkable fourth season as it travels to take on No. 1 North Branford on Thursday at 5 p.m.


Bristol Eastern 12, Fitch 6: The Lancers travelled to take on No. 20 Fitch in the first round of the Class L tournament and Jagger Duquette delivered six strong innings to pick up the win.

Duquette gave up five singles, one run, walked one and struck out eight.

Noah Hickey, Cory Fradette, Matt D’Amato and Josh Nohilly all had doubles for Bristol Eastern.

Hickey finished 3-for-3 with 5 RBI. D’Amato had three hits and scored three runs. Mac Goulet had three singles and scored three runs with 2 RBI.

Shepaug 8, Terryville 0: The Kangaroos couldn’t get any offense going against No. 1 Shepaug in the Class S tournament and finish 7-14.


St. Paul 356, Bristol Central 376, Bristol Eastern 419: Ryne Salius was the medalist, carding a 82 for the low score of the day in the City Championship.

Michael Dolce (87), Sam Mazzarelli (92) and Matt Raymond (96) rounded out the scoring for the Falcons.

Drew Fries (98), Kelsea Wrybek (105), Olivia Beaudoin (106) and Mollie Lewis (110) made up the Bristol Eastern scores.

Adam Ward (90), Jacob Nelson (92), Ryan Dinoia (96) and Preston Akerly (98) all were steady in the 90s for the second place Rams.


Coventry 15, Terryville 0: The Kangaroos couldn’t figure it out offensively with just five hits in the game in the first round of the Class S tournament.

Tiffany Pires started her first postseason game and allowed 18 hits in four innings.

Bristol Eastern 7, Manchester 2: The eighth seeded Lancers won the first round of the Class LL softball tournament and move on to host No. 9 South Windsor today at 4 p.m.

Naugatuck 3, Bristol Central 2: The Rams were up the entire game until a pair of errors in the bottom of the sixth inning led to their loss in the first round of the Class L tournament.

Posted in The Bristol Press, Bristol Central, Bristol Eastern, St. Paul, Terryville on Tuesday, 29 May 2018 21:33. Updated: Tuesday, 29 May 2018 21:36.