Sports Roundup: Terryville boys soccer gets convincing win for third straight

Published on Tuesday, 10 October 2017 22:33


BRISTOL - For Terryville boys soccer, the young group started off the season as any inexperienced team might do, losing the first four games of the season.

Since then, the Kangaroos have been a completely different team, going 4-1 in the last five games with the latest win coming against Gilbert in convincing fashion, 5-2.

Adam Pelz led the way for Terryville with a pair of goals.

Along with Pelz, Jack Smith, Ethan Rheault and Ardonis Shahini also chipped in goals.

On the defensive end, Kangaroos goalkeeper Mike Hills made just one save, but his offense backed him up in the win.

With the win, the Kangaroos are 4-5 on the year.

Bristol Eastern 4, Newington 1: Dante Costantiello had a strong showing in the back, while Drew Dauphinee had a good game at midfield for the Lancers.

Tom Lombardi, Jared Greger, Jake Woznicki and Lyle Winiarski scored the goals for Bristol Eastern.

With the win, the Lancers move to 4-5-1 on the season and will travel to Middletown on Friday.


Southington 94, Bristol Eastern 78: Brianna Ogonowski, Julia Michaud and Hope Johnsky all had a strong meet for Bristol Eastern. Emily Mulcunry and Zoe DiChello were impressive diving for the Lancers.

With the loss, Bristol Eastern drops to 4-4 on the season.

St. Paul 81, Kennedy 69: St. Paul had two swimmers set personal bests in its win.

Isabella Calcagni had her personal best time in the 100 freestyle and Victoria Di Pinto in the 200 freestyle.

Emily Haase won two events, the 200 freestyle and the 200 breaststroke.

Bristol Central 95, Farmington 90: Down 85-86 going into the last relay, Bristol Central pulled out the victory, finishing first and third in the relay.

The Rams finished with 15 personal best times.


Bristol Central 3, Berlin 1: The Rams continued their strong season with the win over Berlin led by Emily Ericsson and Ashleigh Clark. Ericsson finished with five kills and four aces, while Clark had 28 assists.

The scores of the sets were 25-23, 25-21, 19-25 and 25-13.

Bristol Central advances to 9-4 on the season.


St. Paul 21, Oxford 38; Seymour 19, St. Paul 42; Crosby 23, St. Paul 35: For the Falcons, a majority of the team raced to personal bests on the course.

Aidan Reilly and Tucker Raymond led the way.

Reilly finished at 18:27 and Raymond clocked in at 18:30.

The personal bests were only enough to come on top of Oxford as both Seymour and Crosby topped St. Paul.

With the one win and two losses, the Falcons feel to 6-8 as the NVL regular season ended.


St. Paul 15, Oxford 50; Seymour 20, St. Paul 35: The Falcons also had personal best days on the girls side.

Kailyn Bielcki led the way for St. Paul running 21:44.

Following her was Julia Dobie at 25:20 and Katherine Mazzarelli at 25:26.

Jess Pereschino got her time down to 25:55 and Hannah Orzel also had a personal best day.

The Falcons are now 7-7 on the season and will take on both Bristol Central and Bristol Eastern in the city meet at Rockwell Park on Thursday.

Posted in The Bristol Press, Bristol Central, Bristol Eastern, General Sports, Southington, St. Paul, Terryville on Tuesday, 10 October 2017 22:33. Updated: Tuesday, 10 October 2017 22:35.