A 7-on-7 passing league for Coginchaug’s co-op, Old Saybrook/Westbrook and Morgan gives players limited, but positive, experience.
As crucial stretch in Shoreline looms for the Panthers, duo accounts for each score in 3-1 victory … East Hampton routs Old Lyme.
Tigers defeat Hand with three goals in first 10 minutes … Prince, Larson score two each for Portland girls … Coginchaug boys win 2-0.
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.
Caden Hetrick-Rivera’s goal in 72nd minute lifts Portland past Hale-Ray … Cromwell, East Hampton, Old Lyme also prevail in the Shoreline.
In statement, CIAC says “there is a strong desire to provide student athletes some spring athletic experience if possible.”
The Noises celebrated their first state tourney win in 9 years before a sold-out gym, plus an awards night before everything came to a halt.
When the finality of the CIAC’s decision to cancel state tournaments hit home, coaches scrambled to make sense of it for their athletes.
New Coginchaug co-op football coach has ties to Morgan and Valley. “This is a labor of love and a passion and I’m ready to jump back in.”