With field house undergoing extensive renovations, H-K has fully away-from-home schedule — and a spotless Shoreline record.
Defending Shoreline soccer champs (5-0) and 5-0-1 Wildcats meet Monday in Old Lyme … Schmidt scores 2 goals in Morgan win.
Six Blue Dragons runners are among first 11 in victory over Newington at Vets Park, while freshman Elise Kennedy leads MHS girls team.
Tigers defeat Hand with three goals in first 10 minutes … Prince, Larson score two each for Portland girls … Coginchaug boys win 2-0.
Blue Dragons rally from 2-goal deficit to tie Newington … Cromwell scores late to tie H-K … DelPrado nets MHS girls’ first goal.
Kedarjah Lewis (1 goal, 3 assists) also big factor for 4-0 Cougars … Carley Schmidt scores 2 in Morgan win … Kate Donlan tallies 2 for Mercy.
Bellringers and Panthers continue the trend in their rivalry, battling to another (scoreless) stalemate in Shoreline play Monday.
Cougars pile up goals, shut out T-Birds … Coginchaug and East Hampton play to 1-1 tie … Riegler and Donlan score in Mercy’s victory.
Caden Hetrick-Rivera’s goal in 72nd minute lifts Portland past Hale-Ray … Cromwell, East Hampton, Old Lyme also prevail in the Shoreline.
Coginchaug controls large portion of Shoreline Conference match before Cromwell freshman Cameryn Hickey gets second-half equalizer.
After scoreless first half, Joe Salafia, Zach Randazzo and Logan Fox put in goals to give the Panthers a 2-0 start to the season.