After beating Portland 2-0 in Shoreline quarterfinals, Blue Devils look forward to another crack at the unbeaten Wildcats.
With field house undergoing extensive renovations, H-K has fully away-from-home schedule — and a spotless Shoreline record.
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.
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.
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.
H-K coach’s pursuit of 700 wins takes backseat to disappointment he feels for four players who will not have a senior season.
In statement, CIAC says “there is a strong desire to provide student athletes some spring athletic experience if possible.”
Old Lyme senior forward voted Player of the Year and all-conference for 3rd time … Hale-Ray’s Corey Zdunczyk is the Coach of the Year.