WOODBURY >> Nonnewaug’s undefeated field hockey team (12-0-1) clinched the Berkshire League Championship Friday afternoon with a 4-0 win over Wamogo at home.
Savannah Fish, Alex Eianniello, Lindsey Ross and Maiya Wendel put the game away with assists from Ross and Ava Cawley.
Thomaston 5, Gilbert 0 >> Mergim Kutllovci (2), Brandon Galeski, Marc DiBeneditto and Andrew Goodrich scored at Thomaston with assists by Kutllovci (2), Andrew Colavecchio and Brandon Galeski.
Gilbert goalkeeper Rahul Kumar had 9 saves.
The Yellowjackets are 0-13; Thomaston is 6-7.
Wamogo 2, Shepaug 1 >> The Warriors (9-4) scored a goal in each half for a win at Shepaug High School (2-9-2).
Nonnewaug 3, Terryville 0 >> Nonnewaug’s Jacob Matta scored three minutes into the game at Terryville High School for the first half’s only goal. Leland Malloy and Matt O’Hara gave the Chiefs (13-0) breathing room in the second half.
The Kangaroos are 6-5-2.
Wolcott Tech 4, Goodwin Tech 1 >> The Wildcats (6-8-1) qualified for the state tournament with the win in New Britain. Mitch Sorensen, Colby Szyminski, Colin Riggs and Nick Wertelnik got Wolcott Tech’s goals.
Moise Moket scored for the Gladiators (1-12-1).
Lewis Mills 5, Litchfield 0 >> Joe Fortuna had a pair of goals. Lorenz Gunzl, Matt Gauthier and Alex Baccaro had the others at Nassahegan Field.
Carter Viets (2), Ryan Huydic, Nick Lutrzykowski and Bryce Duda had assists.
Litchfield keeper Colby Bunnell had 11 saves.
Litdchfield is 2-10-1; Mills is 12-1.
Northwestern 2, Housatonic 0 >> Jackson Dropick and Tom Mierzwa made the most of a game delayed for an hour by fog at Northwestern High School.
Alec Harwood and Caleb Preato had assists.
Shepaug 5, Wamogo 1 >> Spartan Maddie Gorra scored in the first half, then Shepaug caught fire in the second with goals by Cassidy Borger, Gorra (PK) and Sofia Mancinone (2) at Shepaug High School.
Emma Weik scored for the Warriors with four minutes left in the game.
Shepaug is 2-9-2; Wamogo is 2-11-0.
Nonnewaug 2, Terryville 1 >> All the scoring at Nonnewaug High School came in the first half.
Nonnewaug’s Mary Bibbey opened the scoring with an assist by Christina Sordi. Terryville’s Jenna Covello tied it, assisted by Joanna Johnson.
Allison Green put it away with an assist by Azria Malloy.
The Chiefs outshot Terryville 22-5, but Kangaroo goalkeeper Maria Cesare kept Terryville in the game with 17 saves.
Nonnewaug is 12-0-1; Terryville is 8-5.
Lewis Mills 6, Litchfield 0 >> Alyssa Wrabel figured in all six goals at Nassahegan Field, scoring two and assisting on the other four.
Jazzy Sztyler-Magee, Morgan Sokol, Julia Robillard and Grace Kryzanski scored the other four goals.
Sydney Donohue had 15 saves for the Cowgirls.
Housatonic 1, Northwestern 0 >> Amanda Jacquier scored on an assist by Chloe Dakers for the only goal at Northwestern High School.
Highlander goalie Gina Weingart had 10 assists; Mountaineer Molly Dowd had 7.
Housy is 10-3; Northwestern is 6-6-1.
Lewis Mills 3, Nonnewaug 0 (25-20, 25-18, 25-23) >> Sarah Wall had 28 digs. Haley Tharau had 18 kills and 15 digs, leading the Spartans (10-6) at home. Samira Abdelrehim added 6 kills, 6 blocks, 4 digs; Haley DeJoseph 11 kills, 13 digs and 4 aces.
Kelli Haigh (11 kills, 7 digs); Madison Conway (13 kills, 14 digs); and Hannah Maclean (17 assists, 2 kills and 7 digs) led the Chiefs (8-7).
Torrington 3, Woodland 1 (22-25, 25-23, 25-14, 25-23) >> The Red Raiders (16-1) dropped the first game at Woodland High School (13-3), then picked up steam behind Carissa Carbone (14 kills, 12 digs); Jolie Fox (14 kills, 9 blocks); Candyce Jewett (20 digs, 2 aces); and Jayleen Colon (29 assists, 15 digs).
Maddie Hupprich (2 kills, 31 assists, 11 digs, 1 block, 1 ace); Emily Brouillett (6 kills, 2 digs, 3 blocks); and Lindsey Gabianelli (10 kills, 9 digs) led the Hawks.
Terryville 3, Gilbert 1 (26-24, 25-29, 20-25, 25-17) >> The Kangaroos (3-8) surprised Gilbert (6-10) in a close match at The Gilbert School with Alyssa Prozzo’s 5 aces, 8 kills, 4 digs, 1 assist; Alycia Calabrese’s 3 aces, 4 kills, 9 digs and 19 assists; and 2 aces, 9 kills, 2 blocks, 1 digs and 1 assist by Martina Trovato.
Ali Brochu (12 kills, 1 ace); Elizabeth Wexler (4 kills, 17 assists, 1 ace); and Molly Aiudi (3 assists, 4 aces) kept it close for the Yellowjackets.
Sacred Heart 91, Torrington 73 >> Torrington’s Sydney Offerdahl won the 500-meter freestyle before the Hearts clinched the meet at Kennedy High School, sweeping the first seven events.