ROUNDUP: Goodwin Tech girls soccer team wins first ever game, beating Wolcott Tech on the road

Published on Friday, 13 September 2019 21:04


TORRINGTON - The Goodwin Tech girls soccer team won its first ever game on Friday afternoon, beating Wolcott Tech on the road, 6-1.

Senior captain Faith Chambers had three goals in the game, while teammates Jina Rivera, Asia Vibert and Dezarya Trusty had one each.

Goodwin Tech goalkeeper Syrina Lorenzo made seven saves.

Also playing key roles in the game were defenders Anastasia Hunter, a senior captain, and freshman Megan Lukaszewski.

Wilbur Cross 8, Innovation 0: It was a rough season opener for the Ravens.

Charlotte Butterbauth finished with a hat trick, while Lila Kleppner added two goals and Valentina Rodriguez, Lia Konicki and Kelly Sajardo scored the remaining goals for Wilbur Cross.

Innovation (0-1) did not have a shot on net the entire afternoon. Te’ijah Roberts finished with 13 saves for the Ravens.

Newington 3, East Catholic 1: The Indians won at East Catholic behind two goals from Olivia Mullings and one from Reagan Pelton. Emily Chojnicki, Sabrina Soler and Reese Sadler all had assists for Newington, while goalkeeper Bree Norton made four saves.


South Windsor 2, Newington 1 (OT): South Windsor’s Nick Gattuso scored the game winner in the first overtime period as the Indians were defeated at home.

Jonathan Rossetti scored on a penalty kick for South Windsor, while Stone Bouchard netted Newington’s tally off an assist from Reed Campbell.

Nick Cox made nine saves for Newington (0-1).

Southington 2, Lewis Mills 0: Marek Kryzanski and Jayden Medina scored off assists from Liam Schroeder as the Blue Knights won at home. Goalkeeper Ryan Lunn made eight saves for Southington (1-0).


RHAM 3, New Britain 0: The Hurricanes fell to a tough RHAM team on the road, 25-16, 25-9, 25-15.

For New Britain, Raven Simone-Jarrett had eight kills and Angie Lugo had 10 digs.

Whitney Tech 3, Goodwin Tech 2: Goodwin Tech won the second and third games, but came up short in the final two to drop the road match, 25-23, 20-25, 15-25, 25-10, 15-8.

For Goodwin Tech (0-1), Natalie DeLarosa had 15 service points, Aiyana Montes had 13 service points and Nyssa Foster had eight blocks.

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Southington 2, Lewis Mills 0

At Southington

Goals: Marek Kryzanski, Jayden Medina.

Assists: Liam Schroeder 2.

Saves: Ryan Lunn (S) 8, Ryan Mayes (LM) 6.

Records: Southington 1-0, Lewis Mills 0-1.


Newington 3, East Catholic 1

At East Catholic

Halftime: Newington, 2-1

Goals: Olivia Mullings (N) 2, Reagan Pelton (N), Elizabeth Nunns (EC).

Assists: Emily Chojnicki (N), Sabrina Soler (N), Reese Sadler (N).

Shots: Newington, 13-5

Saves: Bree Norton (N) 4, Julia Cannamela (EC) 10.


RHAM 3, New Britain 0

(25-16, 25-9, 25-15)


HIGHLIGHTS: New Britain - Raven Simone-Jarrett, 8 kills; Angie Lugo, 10 digs.

Posted in Newington Town Crier, Newington on Friday, 13 September 2019 21:04. Updated: Friday, 13 September 2019 21:07.