Isabel Taben scored three goals and Elizabeth Miller had two goals and three assists to lead host New Canaan High to a 12-11 girls lacrosse victory over previously unbeaten Glastonbury April 27. CPTV Sports was there and will show the broadcast premiere Thursday April 30 at 7:30, after the new edition of GameTime.
Maddie Norman had six goals and Taylor Walker four for Glastonbury (4-1). The contest was even throughout and tied at 6 at halftime.
Catherine Granito and Kylie Murphy also had two goals each for New Canaan (6-1). Bailey Pilder had eight saves for the Rams.
Southington High’s Kendra Friedt struck out 14 in eight innings to complete a combined no-hitter as the No. 1 Knights defeated Maloney 3-1 April 24 in Meriden. CPTV Sports was there and will show the broadcast premiere Tuesday April 28 at 7:30 p.m., after a new edition of Beyond The Beat.
Friedt, returning after missing two weeks for a violation of team rules, took the mound in the second inning. Maloney took a 1-0 lead in the first without a hit against Southington starter Brenna Sarantides on a walk, steal and two bunts.
Southington (5-0), which has a 51-game win streak, scored twice in the ninth to win it. Freidt had one of three consecutive singles before Kaitlyn Paterson gave the Knights the lead with a sacrifice fly. A walk re-loaded the bases, and Dani Ahern scored after forcing an errant throw.
Maloney starter Pagie Mickens-Uliase allowed three runs and nine hits in nine innings, walking four and striking out four for the Spartans (5-3).
Read the game story by GameTimeCT.com’s Derek Turner here.
Staples High swept host Newington 3-0 in a high school boys volleyball match April 23. CPTV Sports was there and will show he broadcast premiere Wednesday April 29 at 7:30pm.
Staples won the first game 25-22 and pulled away with 25-14 and 25-16 wins in the last two games against the previously unbeaten Indians. The Wreckers (6-1) were coming off their first loss of the season the day before, to New Canaan.
Staples is the fifth-rated team in CIAC Class L; Newington (5-1) is rated fifth in Class M, where the Indians are the defending state champions.
Nick Hinchcliffe led Newington with nine kills and two aces. kills, 2 aces, 1 block assist (11.5 pts.) but lost 3-0 (25-22,25-14, 25-16) to Staples (Westport).