Roundup: Newington throws a no-hitter, Terryville wins in a blow out and Berlin girls track takes conference title

Published on Tuesday, 25 May 2021 21:25
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NEWINGTON – Alex Bugnacki threw a no-hitter and also went 2-2 from the plate to power Newington to a 8-0 victory over HMTCA.

Bugnacki went all seven innings on the bump and also finished with a pair of RBIs in the win. Austyn Howe led the Nor’easters with three RBIs after concluding 2-3.

Newington compiled four runs in the second inning, one in the third and three in the fifth for its third consecutive win.


Terryville 21, Wamogo/Litchfield 1: Tiffany Pires totaled seven RBIs for the Kangaroos in its big win Tuesday, to lead Terryville.

The Kangaroos scored 13 runs during the third inning, after four in the first and another four in the fourth, to roll to the victory.

Pires and Gianna Farrow each tallied three hits to lead the team while Adrianna Hawes was next with a pair of hits.

On the mound, Pires was strong, picking up eight strikeouts in three innings of work.

Metropolitan Learning Center 12, Innovation 3: A slow start hurt the Ravens in this one as they fell behind early and could not recover.

Innovation allowed five runs in the first inning, four in the second, and three in the third, before scoring single runs of its own in the third, sixth and seventh innings.

Kaylee Dobransky and Nataly Rodriguez each compiled two hits to lead the Ravens, including a double from Dobransky.

Nia Largent and Dobranksy were the only two Innovation batters to finish with RBIs.

Girls golf

St. Paul 158, New Britain 224: A round score of 35 from Erin Downes highlighted the Falcons’ win over the Hurricanes at Westwood Golf Course in Farmington.

Downes earned medalist honors while Sami Millerick (37), Liv Dahn (38) and Quinn Burns (48) followed for St. Paul.

New Britain was led by Faith Gibson, who shot a 53, with Abby Olson (56), Itati Serano (56) and Kim Beslanga (59) rounding out the Hurricanes lineup.

CCC South Track & Field Championship

The Berlin girls won handily with 170.5 points while the Bristol Central boys grabbed second place, which trailed winner Middletown by four points, during Tuesday’s league meet at Bristol Central High School.

Megan Perrotta (800 meters, mile), and Kristin Kozlowski (High Jump, Triple Jump) were the Redcoats first place finishers on the girls side, while Victor Rosa (100 meters, 200 meters), Nate DeAngelo (800 meters, mile and two mile) and the 4x100 relay team highlighted the Rams’ runner-up finish.

Bristol Central concluded in third on the girls side, followed by Bristol Eastern (sixth place) and Plainville (last place).

The Lancers’ 4x400 relay team and Mackenzie Fitzsimons (javelin), the Rams’ 4x800 relay team and Blue Devils’ Caitlyn Quilter (pole vault) each won their events.

On the boys side, Plainville snatched third place, Berlin got fifth and Bristol Eastern came in seventh.

Tyshawn Martin (110 hurdles), Ryan Barker (Shot Put), and Dylan Hall (Triple Jump) won events for the Blue Devils. Dante Marciano (400 meters) and Carter Harris (pole vault) won events for the Lancers.

Posted in The Bristol Press, Bristol Central, St. Paul, Terryville on Tuesday, 25 May 2021 21:25. Updated: Tuesday, 25 May 2021 21:27.