A 7-on-7 passing league for Coginchaug’s co-op, Old Saybrook/Westbrook and Morgan gives players limited, but positive, experience.
Defending Shoreline soccer champs (5-0) and 5-0-1 Wildcats meet Monday in Old Lyme … Schmidt scores 2 goals in Morgan win.
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.
Caden Hetrick-Rivera’s goal in 72nd minute lifts Portland past Hale-Ray … Cromwell, East Hampton, Old Lyme also prevail in the Shoreline.
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.
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.
Coginchaug senior scores 27 in team’s 62-49 win over Old Saybrook … Mercy falls short on road against No. 6 seed Shelton 55-49.
Senior has 33-point night, junior goes for 22 points and 16 rebounds as H-K beats North Branford, stays in postseason contention.