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DYNAMITE 2, HAWKS 2: The Dynamite lived up to their name in this game, with forward Megan Anderson scoring against the Hawks in the first five minutes of play.  The Hawks responded with two goals of their own by Wendy Borst and Diana Rawson. The Dyn



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DYNAMITE 2, HAWKS 2: The Dynamite lived up to their name in this game, with forward Megan Anderson scoring against the Hawks in the first five minutes of play.  The Hawks responded with two goals of their own by Wendy Borst and Diana Rawson. The Dynamite had many chances with a flurry of shots on goal, including two penalty kicks that were turned away by Hawks goalie Megan Kelley. The excellent passing and running by forwards Lindsay Beck and Sophie Cerreta finally resulted in the second Dynamite goal, booted by Sally Tabler.

DYNAMITE 3, TITANS 0: On a perfect soccer day, cool and overcast, the Titans met the Dynamite in a hard fought game that was more even than the score suggests.  Fine defense by Titan’s goalie Erin Daley, supported by Jenna Zigman and Jillian Lamb thwarted the Dynamite forwards on numerous occasions.  Only the fine footwork and great passing by the dynamite midfield that included Kelly McPhee and Jessica Lively, resulted in the goal by Ashley Larocque and Mandie Black in the first half, and an insurance goal by Sally Tabler in the second half.

RED HOTS 5, STRIKERS 3: Caitlin (Cat) Williams of the Red Hots and Melissa Russell of the Strikers scored three goals apiece in an epic soccer battle. Erica Federman added another with the strong midfield support of Taylor Johns and Kerianne DeCesare. The Striker defense was paced by Brianna Barry and Brittany Pasko, who frustrated numerous Red Hot scoring thrusts along with Danielle Springmeyer and Amanda Norstrand.

HAWKS 8, RED HOTS 5: Diana Rawson led the way for the winning Hawks with three goals while both Shayna Mesko and Wendy Borst scored twice.  Jackie Ercole scored late in the game to finish out the Hawks’ scoring. The Red Hots’ Elaine McCafferty had the “hat trick” with three goals of her own. Caitlin (Cat) Williams added two scores for the Red Hots. Alicia Rogers played brilliant defense and Emma McHugh maintained a smart, controlled game with accurate passing.


CLASH 5, LANDSHARKS 2: Garrett Hahn scored three goals while Owen Kessler and Bryan Lacouture added one apiece to lead the Clash. Jason Hanna was strong in the midfield while Charlie Baldour, Will Jacob and Steve Kramer had nice performances. For the ‘Sharks, Scott Newberry and Blake Barreto scored one goal apiece while Peter Kim scored a pair of assists. Ben Wicki played well in goal.

KRYPTONITE 3, GREEN HAMSTERS 2: Zachary Gaberel scored in the final 30 seconds of the match to lift the Kryptonite to the win. Jimmy Repasi and Nick Pollard also scored with assists being credited to Justin Carotti and Repasi. Tony Carlysle, meanwhile, scored both goals for the Hamsters.

KRYPTONITE 5, TEAM (#1) 0: Kyle Shevlin scored a pair of goals while Ryan Morrissey, Jimmy Repasi and Steve Borchetta scored one apiece to lead the Kryptonite to the win. Justin Carotti, Andrew Heller, Nick Pollard and Repasi provided the assists. Jeff Bonaccorso led the shutout in goal. For Team #1, PJ Cochrane, Jesse McGovern and David Wilkins all played well.


RAPTORS 4, TIGERS 1: Jen Brewer scored three goals and Natalie Villa added one as the Raptors upended the Tigers. Laura Newberry and Sammy Carlisle both played well. For the Tigers, Ashley Davis and Belle Hydock had solid performances.


HURRICANES 5, TORNADOES 2: Dan Cassidy scored two goals while Colin Smith, Drew Woods and Peter Leone scored one apiece to lead the Hurricanes to the win. Aaron Caldwell and Ben Cruson played well on defense. For the Tornadoes, Alex Hamilton and Matt Yakush scored while Stephen Gumbrecht and Stewart Tabler had solid performances.

LIGHTNING 4, PANTHERS 0: Brandon McGuinn scored a pair of goals that lifted the Lightning to the win. Sam Morrison and Keith McGrath also scored. For the Panthers, Bryan Resser, Stephen Gardner, Peter Walsh and John Paul Benedetti had fine games.

EAGLES 3, ROADRUNNERS 0: Henry Sims scored two goals and Matt Hill added one that lifted the Eagles to the win. Cody Cullens had an assist while goalie Jacob Dauz was solid on defense. For the Roadrunners, Christopher Murphy and John Plunkett led the offense while Kyle DiNicola and RJ Swift powered the defense.


DOLPHINS 1, HERRICANES 0: For the Dolphins, Danielle Bonsignore scored the winning goal, while Lisa Barber and Kelly O’Connor powered the defense, with Audra Sarna playing an outstanding game on offense. The Herricanes played a tough defensive game. Caroline Lawrence, Emily Floros, Kristin Stoller and Meghan Bridges all put in a great effort for the team.

LIGHTNING 1, TIGERS 0: Ellen Tabler scored a second-half goal to lift the Lightning to the win. Paige Woodhouse and Sarah Bernick played well on offense while Michelle LaPerch paced the defense. For the Tigers, Ali Korchman and Meaghan Wilson paced the offense as Michelle Davies played well on defense.

ROCKETS 2, SCREAMING NIGHTMARE 2: Nicole Vournazos and Sarah Murtha scored the goals that helped the Rockets deadlock the Nightmare. Madeleine Gagne and Elena Rose Unschuld assists. For the Nightmare, Hilary Buzaid scored while Erika Green, Andrea Nazzer and Cristina Naldini all played well.


ROADRUNNERS 5, SHARKS 2: James Truckle scored three goals to lead the Roadrunners past the Sharks 5-2 in a hard-fought game.  Danny Sclafani and Kyle Moore each added a goal for the Roadrunners and Tim Dalton played a terrific game.  For the Sharks, Drew Robinson scored two second-quarter goals to keep the score within one at the half.  Stephen Forgione was outstanding in the goal for the Sharks and Jordan Mathurin played superbly in the field.

WOLFPACK 3, TIGERSHARKS 0: Thomas Murphy, Colby Summerline and Marc Bonacci scored the goals that lifted the Wolfpack to the win. Tim Roberts and goaltender Hutch Bermingham played well on defense. For the ‘Sharks, Kyle McCarthy led the offense while Katota Voliotes and Andrew Capozziello played well in goal.

LASERS 4, TRITONS 1: Michael Shevlin scored a pair of goals while Matt Iassogna and Tony Vacaro scored one apiece to lead the Lasers to the win. Ben D’Agostino scored the lone Triton goal as Matt Daton, George Primavera and Kamran Hughes played well on defense.

ROCKETS 2, FLYING PIZZAS 2: Kevin Carney scored a pair of goals as the Rockets tied the Pizzas. Richard Andreotta played well on offense while Christopher Gregory led the defense. For the Pizzas, Andrew Bleidner and Andy Hsu each scored goals.

RAPTORS 4, WOLVERINES 0: Chris McCann scored a pair of goals while Evan Kennedy and Daniel Lynch scored one apiece to lead the Raptors to the win. William Little and Kyle Desrochers played well in the field. For the Wolverines, Aaron Nezvesky was strong in goal while Andrew Gordon, Ryan Pearlman and Matt Hoffman all played well.

TORPEDOES 3, GREEN FALCONS 2: Daniel Clements scored a pair of goals and Denton Jochums scored one to lead the Torpedoes to the win. Matthew McGowen, Kyle Wildman and Dulan Tambascio all played well. For the Green Falcons, Kevin O’Connell scored twice off feeds from Ishan Tatake and Max Nacewitz. William Northrop played strong defense and O’Connell was solid in goal.


HURRICANES 2, WOLCOTT 1: The offensive tandem play of Cassie David and Hannah Tenenbaum during the first half provided the spark the Hurricanes needed to finally break through Wolcott’s defense after half-time. The consistent pressure resulted with Nora Lynn Shimko scoring her first goal of the year.  Tania Domingos scored the second and winning goal.


SOUTHBURY 3, NAVIGATORS 0: The Navigators suffered their first regular-season loss. Bethany Morin recorded numerous saves to keep Newtown in the game while Jackie Schulz, Gabby Nastri and Harriet Morgan played well on offense. Christie Attanasio, Dana Schunter and Jackie Petrasanta were defensive standouts.


VIPERS 6, SUFFIELD 0 (John McVicar Cup): The Vipers pushed forward through the second round the Fall U-11 State Cup Tournament with a 6-0 shutout of Suffield.  The Viper offense was fueled by a dominant defense with Danny Smith in the net and Chris Meier as “sweeper”.  Smooth center midfield play by Drew Taylor, Jason Smith and Justin Miller helped enable Paul Andras to net 3.  Ethan Canfield, Colin Babbage and Max Hoagland each found the nylon once.

SOUTHBURY 3, VIPERS 2: The Vipers felt the sting of their first loss against a strong Southbury team which  had been winless against Newtown. Southbury scored twice early, but  Newtown came back aggressively with Chris Schreiber, Drew Taylor and Zachary Varga all supporting a strong midfield.  Justin Miller netted the Vipers first in the 22nd minute and then followed with a PK in the 29th, to tie the match.  Kevin Davies, Mat DeBrantes. Kevin Troy and goalie  Jason Smith were solid on defense, but Southbury scored the winner with five minutes left to play. Alex Bowen minded the net for Newtown in the first half, while Nick Kallivrousis and Anthony Florez pressed the Viper offense. 


MONROE 6, NITROS 0 (State Cup): The Nitros fought hard but were shut out by a tough Monroe squad, despite good overall games from Jennifer Blauvelt, Mary Ellen Sloan, Jennifer Greenwood, Sarah Wilson and Heather Young.

NITROS 7, LITCHFIELD 1: The Nitros exploded against Litchfield to remain undefeated in League play this year.  Erica Vacaro and Darcy Fiscella led the onslaught with two goals apiece, and solo scores were added by Lindsay Weber, Sara Peters and Tyler Nicoll. Meredith Palo assisted the goal scoring and teamed with Kristene Salbu and Rose Jackman to shut down Litchfield.


ROCKETS 3, SOUTH WINDSOR 2 (State Cup): South Windsor had lots of energy and determination and it scored early in the first half. Newtown was off-pace a bit to start, but quickly regained intensity. Mary Anders scored off of a pass from Maria Cinquegrana. Vicky Thomas, Mary Grace Ober and Erin Clark, and Jill Tanner really energized the midfield. Tara Gaston was in goal. Maria Cinquegrana found the net on a cross by Mary Anders. In the second half, Siobhan Cooper scored after a pinball rally in front of the South Windsor goal.

ROCKETS 4, BUNKER HILL 1: Just 30 seconds into the game, Maria Cinquegrana started the Rockets off by putting the ball in the net off of a combination play which led to a cross by Mary Anders. Later, Mary Anders hit the net twice to secure the Rockets’ lead. Elyssa Samsel, Casey Frobey, Megan Rawson and Emily Fields powered the defense. Jill Tanner, Kayla Mesko, Erin Clark, Caitlin Hansen and Mary G. Ober were solid in the midfield. Tara Gaston and Vicky Thomas shared goal time. Siobhan Cooper finished Bunker Hill off in the second half with her first goal.


KNOCKOUTS 2, WATERTOWN 1: Silent sidelines Sunday found the Knockouts battling hard for the win. They were down one goal at the half, but a tough defense set the front line up for two terrific goals by Cora Peffers and Caitlyn Barksdale to assure the win. Amanda Shevlin and Kate Stickles, who made numerous runs forward, frustrating the Watertown defense, led the midfield. Quincy Blanchard played well in the back.

KNOCKOUTS 2, EAST HARTFORD 1 (State Cup): An early goal by East Hartford did not discourage the Knockouts, who turned up the heat and evened the score in the first half. Newtown took the lead  during the second half for the victory. Both Newtown goals were scored by Cora Peffers. Kristen Davis blocked many attempts from her stopper position. Stacy Shpunt was quick in the defense and Karoline Engel, Sara Salbu, and Megan Regnery kept the midfield moving forward all game.Christina Wolf manned the nets the entire game, making several spectacular saves to preserve the lead.

KNOCKOUTS 2, BROOKFIELD 0: Newtown had the upper hand in this shutout. Katie O’Connor had three touches in the goal in the first half, while Christina Wolf made only save in the second half. Both keepers also saw time on the field.A solid defense led by sweeper Kelly Corrigan and defender Tara Ryan blocked any attempts of Brookfield to shoot on goal. Kristen Davis played well at stopper. Cora Peffers scored the first goal unassisted on a corner kick. Kate Stickles scored the second goal off a cross from Peffers. The whole team worked together to blank Brookfield and deserved the win.

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