The Bristol Central girls soccer team put on an offensive display with an 8-0 victory over New Britain on Tuesday afternoon.
Six different players scored for the Rams, as Adalia Malick had a hat trick and Ashley Macdonald finished with a pair of assists.
Selena Norton had an all-around great effort, while Morgan Crumrine and Lily Hansen both had strong defensive showings.
Northwestern 1, Terryville 0: After a scoreless first half, Northwestern’s Tim Strzepa scored the first and last goal of the game, assisted by Trevor Duffy.
Terryville’s Mike Hills made four saves on five shots. Terryville drops to 0-4-0 on the season with the loss.
Bristol Central 1, Windsor 1: The game went to overtime before Diego Naranjo scored for the Rams in the second overtime, assisted by Ellis Carmelich.
Following the Naranjo goal, Adam Hutchinson scored for Windsor on a free kick with 1:18 to go.
Bristol Central moves to 2-0-1, while Windsor is 3-0-1 following the game.
The game was back and forth with each team having opportunities. The Bristol Central back line stepped up against the physical Windsor team.
Alex Bernier had five saves for Bristol Central.
Sacred Heart 3, St. Paul 1: The Hearts took a 1-0 advantage on a goal by Marco Sanchez.
At the half, St. Paul trailed 1-0. With two more second half goals, the Falcons’ lone goal by Luke Hines on a penalty kick wasn’t enough to keep up with the Hearts.
Sanchez finished with two goals for Sacred Heart.
St. Paul’s next game is at home against Woodland.
Terryville 3, Wolcott 0: Terryville moves to 2-2 with the shutout win over Wolcott.
Kristine Gutierrez, Martina Trovata and McKenzie Huria all had big performances for the Kangaroos. Gutierrez finished with 30 kills, six digs, four aces, two assists and one block. Trovata ended with 13 kills, 11 digs and three blocks. Huria had 12 digs, one ace, three assists and two blocks.
Hall 93, Bristol Eastern 84: Bristol Eastern fell to 0-2 with the loss.
Zoe DiChello finished in first place for the Lancers in diving.
Bristol Eastern will face Newington on Friday on the road.
Key swims of the meet against Newington will be the 100 butterfly for Brianna Ogonowski and the 500 freestyle for Hope Johnsky.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
St. Paul 21, Waterbury Career 35; St. Paul 20, Wilby 41; Woodland 16, St. Paul 46: The St. Paul boys cross country team had a strong performance, winning against two of the three opponents it faced. With two of their top runners out due to illness, the effort from the Falcons is even more impressive.
Dennis Cawley and Jacob Thibodeau both stepped up for the Falcons, whose meet next week comes against Watertown, Kennedy and Holy Cross. With the pair of wins, St. Paul advances to 4-1 on the season.
Bristol Central 15, Platt 50; Bristol Central 15, Plainville 48: Mark Petrosky, Matt Roy and Eric Knox led the way for Bristol Central. Petrosky’s time was 17:08, followed by Roy at 17:16 and Knox at 18:07.
Terryville 26, Shepaug 31; Terryville 24, Lewis Mills 33: The Terryville boys cross country team was led by Corey Picard, Chris Deforest and Colby Brown. Pickard led the way at 17:19, followed by Deforest at 17:22 and Brown at 18:21. With the two wins, Terryville is now 2-0 on the season.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
St. Paul 15, Wilby 45; Woodland 15, St. Paul 45; Waterbury Career Academy 26, St. Paul 31: The St. Paul girls cross country team had a tough day, going 1-2. Coming in to the day with a 2-0 record, the Falcons now drop to 3-2 on the season.
Sammi Bray and Katherine Mazzareli stepped up big for St. Paul with the inclement weather and had impressive meets for the Falcons.
Bristol Central 15, Platt 50; Bristol Central 15, Plainville 50: For the Bristol Central girls, the top runners in the meet were Alex Sirko, Paige Hinton and Marissa Heller. Sirko led the way at 22:04, followed by Hinton at 22:56 and Heller at 24:09.
Shepaug 15, Terryville 50; Lewis Mills 15, Terryville 50: For the Terryville girls cross country team, it was a tough start to the season. Sarah Evanoski finished at 26:49 and Savannah Wallingford was timed at 29:08. The Kangaroos did not have one runner finish in the top 10.