LITCHFIELD >> Terryville boys soccer lived up to pre-season expectations with a 4-1 win over a tough Wamogo team Thursday afternoon at Wamogo High School.
The Kangaroos took it to Wamogo with three unanswered goals in the first half. Douglas Welton scored the first one five minutes into the game, followed by
Donnie McCann 10 minutes later. Adam Kepi shot the trifecta with 3:30 remaining in the half.
Eric Zappone put the Warriors on the board midway through the second half.
Kyle Hotchkiss iced the game for Terryville with the game’s final goal with 12:49 remaining.
Max Loomis had 10 saves for the Warriors.
Terryville is 3-3-1; Wamogo is 3-4.
Nonnewaug 7, Gilbert 0 >> Christina Sordi had three first-half goals, then a fourth in the second half at Nonnewaug High School.
Emily Wingard, Azria Malloy and Mikayla Traver had the Chiefs’ other goals, all in the second half.
Assists came from Mary Bibbey (2), Malloy (2), Sordi, Wingard and Allison Green.
Dileysi Sarmiento had 20 saves for the Yellowjackets (1-5-1).
Nonewaug is 7-0.
Terryville 7, Wamogo 0 >> Jenna Covello, Brianna Hanlon (2) and Joanna Johnson scored in the first half at Terryville.
Johnson had two more goals in the second half. Covello had one.
Johnson (2), Covello (2), Hanlon (2) and Sydney Lopes had assists.
Nazmie Lebiti had 21 saves for the Warriors.
Torrington 2, Seymour 0 >> Torrington, 3-4, posted its second win in two days with a first-half goal by Shannon Reardon and another in the second half by Kristina Michaud.
Michaud assisted on Reardon’s goal; Colleen Kilgore served for Michaud.
Torrington keeper Alexis Tyrrell and Wildcat keeper Felicia Cage each had eight saves.
Seymour is 2-4.
Wolcott Tech 3, Kaynor Tech 1 >> Marc Rich, Mitch Sorensen and Colby Suminski scored for the Wildcats, now 2-4-1.
Erick Silva scored for Kaynor Tech, 0-6.
Suffield 94, Torrington 74 >> Torrington’s Julia Keller was the only Red Raider individual winner against a strong Wildcat team at Suffield High School.
Boys Cross Country
Eoghan Kellys and Harry Harwood led The Gunner at Millbrook with first and third places.
Girls Cross Country
The Gunnery’s Gianna Russillo, Cheryl Liang and Tess Esinga were first, third and fifth at Millbrook.