TORRINGTON >> The Red Raider girls swim team beat Kennedy 83-77 Friday evening at the Torrington Y.
In a meet in which every event was crucial, Torrington jumped off with an edge, winning the 200 medley relay with Alex Kolaj, Tori Macucci, Jasmine Robles and Sydney Offerdahl.
Julia Keller and Offerdahl added to the Raider lead with wins in the 200-yard freestyle and 200 IM before Kennedy’s Maria Quinones and Micaela Snow swept the next three events.
Keller was back for a win in the 500 freestyle, followed by a 200 free relay win by Amanda Thiel, Masucci, Mariah Herczeg and Lauren Jamieson.
It was just enough to stave off a final push by Kristin Feliciano, Snow and the Eagles in the 100 backstroke, 100 breaststroke and 400 free relay.
Litchfield 4, Shepaug 1 >> After the Cowgirls and Spartans played a scoreless first half at Litchfield, Christina Orsini scored two goals and Ali O’Neill and Lexi Guerrera added one apiece for Litchfield. O’Neill assisted on two of the Cowgirl goals.
Gwen Noto scored on an assist from Samantha Patrick for Shepaug.
Spartan keepers Skylar Soletzky and Nadia Racz combined for 15 saves.
Litchfield is 4-5; Shepaug is 0-7-2.
Housatonic 2, Terryville 0 >> Amanda Jacquier and Lauren Segalla gave the Mountaineers (7-2) a goal in each half at Terryville High School.
Madison Simonds and Jacquier assisted on the goals.
Maria Cesare had 18 saves for the Kangaroos (6-3).
Thomaston 1, Wamogo 0 >> Naime Gilani scored the only goal at Thomaston (2-6-1) in a game against the Warriors (1-7).
Wolcott Tech 3, Aerospace Academy 0 >> Josh Santiago had two goals in Windsor, Nicke Weretelnik, one as the Wildcats (3-6-1) handed Aerospace (6-2) its second loss of the season.
Wamogo 5, Thomaston 3 >> Wamogo’s Mevlan Libiti scored two goals in each half to lead the Warriors (5-4) at home. Jason Marika added a goal in the second half. Max Loomis had an assist.
Mergim Kutlovci scored all three goals for Thomaston (3-6).
Shepaug 2, Litchfield 2 >> Spartan Connor Douskey scored two goals in the first half at Shepaug High School, but the Cowboys came back for the tie in the second.
Shepaug is 2-5-2; Litchfield is 1-7-1.
Northwestern 5, Gilbert 1 >> The Highlanders (6-3) got goals at home from Alec Harwood, Jackson Dropick, Tim Strzepa and Trevor Duffy, with assists by Duane Blische, Brian Keene, Dropick (2) and Strzepa.
Sean Smith scored for the Yellowjackets (0-8-1).
Thomaston 2, Shepaug 0 >> Alexa Sanson and Alexa Milius scored in the first half at Thomaston High School while the Golden Bear defense held solid for the entire game.
The Bears are 4-2-2-1; Shepaug is 4-4-1.
Torrington 3, Naugatuck 0 (25-12, 25-9, 25-19) >> Last month, the Red Raiders (11-1) had to overcome a two-game deficit for a win at Naugatuck (7-5). Friday, at Torrington’s Dig Gold night against children’s cancer, it was no contest behind Jayleen Colon (16 assists, 7 aces) and Jolie Fox (16 kills).
Molly Kennedy (5 kills) and Kelly Murphy (6 assists) led the Greyhounds.
Nonnewaug 2, Litchfield 1 >> Litchfield’s Casey Small scored early in a game at Nonnewaug High School. The Chiefs’ Lindsey Ross came back for a first-half tie, assisted by Alex Eanniello.
Eaniello scored the winner in the second half, assisted by Maiya Wendel.
Nonnewaug is 8-0-1.
Harding 4, Wolcott Tech 1 >> Harding’s Luis Mainez scored three goals and Manuel Leon, one, at Harding High School Thursday afternoon.
Jon Chimbo had the goal for the Wildcats.
The Presidents are 7-2-1; Wolcott Tech was 2-6-1 after the loss.
Lewis Mills 3, St. Paul Catholic 1 (25-20, 14-25, 25-18, 25-20) >> Arlee Twitchell had 18 assists; Emily Hamel, 8 kills, 8 digs; and Carley Kucia had 8 aces, 5 kills and 2 blocks for the Spartans.
Lizzie Darragiati (20 assists); Molly Hooks (11 kills, 6 blocks); and Rachel Casertano (5 kills) led the Falcons.
Northwestern 3, Holy Cross 1 (24-26, 25-17, 25-15, 25-14) >> The Highlanders (9-0) stepped out of a one-game hole behind Molly Porch (6 kills, 7 digs, 7 aces); Kate Matava (21 assists, 8 aces); and Molly Clarke (16 kills, 1 block, 3 aces, 1 assist, 3 digs).
Meah Austin (8 kills, 3 blocks); Maia Regan (15 assists, 2 aces, 3 digs); and Litzy Diacio (3 aces, 10 digs) led the Crusaders (5-6).