WATERTOWN >> Torrington’s softball team beat Watertown 3-0 in a key game in the NVL standings Tuesday afternoon at Watertown.
Ali Dubois pitched a two-hitter with 9 strikeouts to hold back the fifth-place Indians while Alexis Tyrrell (2 hits, double, 2 runs), Lauren Jamieson (double, 2 RBI) and Taylor Rogers (RBI) did the job at the plate.
The Red Raiders, 10-4, now in fourth place, pushed Watertown back to 9-6.
Thomaston 17, Litchfield 2 >> Katie Everett (8 strikeouts) pitched a two-hitter for Thomaston at home while she (2-for-4), Erin Fainer (2-for-2); Alexa Milius (4-for-5); and Julia Romaniello (2-for-3) cleaned up at bat.
Lewis Mills 5, Housatonic 0 (5); Lewis Mills 21, Housatonic 0 (5) >> The Spartans ran away with a double header at Lewis Mills High School. Mary-Katherine Cormier had 14 strikeouts in the first game, 7 in the second. Mills is 6-8.
Litchfield 7, Thomaston 5 >> Litchfield ended Thomaston’s eight-game winning streak behind Ryan O’Bernier (3-for-3, double, 3 RBI, 2 runs) and Matt Schweter (2-run double) at Litchfield in the Cowboys’ second win of the season. Nick Andro and Griffin McIntyre had RBI doubles.
Josh Guilmart (6.1 innings, 4 hits) allowed a Thomaston run in the first inning, then held the Bears scoreless while the Cowboys scored four runs in the first three innings and two more in the fifth.
Jake George was 3-for-4 for the Golden Bears, who scored four run in the top of the seventh. Evan Butkevicius had two RBIs. Jared Acker and Jared Kahn were 2-for-3.
Gilbert 2, Canton 1 >> Canton nursed a 1-0 lead through the fifth inning at Winsted’s Walker Field.
Then the Yellowjackets blew two runs across in the bottom of the sixth. Garrett Lombardo drove in the tying run. Austin Smith reached on a hit-by-pitch, scoring the go-head runs.
Cam Goulet struck out eight Warriors in six innings. Tim Smith closed out with three strikeouts in the top of the seventh.
Canton, from the NCCC, is 9-5. Gilbert is 6-7.
Shepaug 10, Wamogo 2 >> The Spartans put up all 10 of their runs in the first two innings at Ted Alex Field. Jack Pesce (2 doubles, 5 RBI), Clayton Schneider, Ethan Hibbard, Dave DeMeo and Alan Stinson drove in the Shepaug runs.
Jordan Bergs (3 hits, double) drove in both runs for Wamogo in the fifth inning.
Lewis Mills 8, Housatonic 1 >> The Spartans led Housatonic 3-1 after four innings at Lewis Mills High School, then finished it off with five runs in the bottom of the sixth. Owen Lacourciere was 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run; Matt Rinkus had an RBI and a run; Will Coughlin hit a two-run triple in the fifth with a run.
Housatonic 4, Northwestern 3 >> Marina Matsudaira, Elia Matsudaira and Katherine McGuire won the first three singles matches at Housatonic High School.
Grace Herde/Marge Riccardelli took the Mountaineers over the top with a win at No. 2 doubles.
Maria Hester, with a Highlander win at No. 4 singles and Cecilia Petricone/Maggie Dougan and Amelia Lockwood/Emily Curtis with wins at No. 1 and 3 doubles kept it close.
Housy is 6-6; Northwestern is 3-9.
Shepaug 6, Brookfield 1 >> Shepaug’s Caroline Kelly, Emma Kassis, Kate Klein, Mddie Gorra/Jackie Doerwald; Abby Gorra/Nadia Racz; and Margaret Wolk/Sydell Lecher all won in a non-league match with the Bobcats. Lindsey Zaleski won at No. 2 singles for Brookfield.
The Spartans are 11-1.
St. Paul Catholic 5, Lewis Mills 2 >> Natasha Kempes, Victoria Kilbourn, Katie Pauloz and Olivia Kilbourn swept the singles for the Falcons. Sophia Penisse/Lizzy Etter added a win at No. 3 doubles.
Doubles winners for Mills were Emily Burzynski/Kara Schatz and Lauren McCard/Abby Shafer.
St. Paul is 9-4 in the NVL; Mills is 6-4 in the Berkshire League.
Naugatuck 7, Torrington 0 >> Sarah Cook, Kelly Carr, Floraine Evardo and Diana Velasco won singles. Ally Mezzo/Kelly Murphy; Patricia Escaleria/Lori Dietz; and Nicole Bolduc/Gina Greco took doubles.
Shepaug 116, Wamogo 33 >> Wamogo’s Morgan Jackowics won the 400 meters at Shepaug. The Spartans swept the other individual events.
Shepaug’s individual winners were Sofia Mancinone (long jump); Samantha Moravsky (shot put, high jump, javelin, 100 hurdles); Olivia Cody (pole vault); Julia Lindblom (discus); Olivia Tibbatts (100 meters); Lauren Bresson (1,600 meters); Aileen Rosa (300 hurdles); and Emma Krebs (800 meters).
Torrington 93, Crosby 49; Torrington 99, Kennedy 45; Kennedy 75, Crosby 57 >> Torrington’s individual winners were Ariana Santos (800 meters, 1,600 meters); Catherine Butrick (300 hurdles); Gabrielle Vega (3,200 meters); Alexia Fox (shot put); Caitlyn Cornish (discus, javeline); Sabyl Carchietta (long jump); Ashlynn Cook (high jump); and Callie Barto (pole vault) in a three-way meet at Torrington.
Torrington is 8-6; Crosby and Kennedy are 4-10.
Northwestern 129, Terryville 16; Terryville 83, Wolcott Tech 26; Northwestern 122, Wolcott Tech 29 >> Northwestern swept the three relay races in the three-way meet at Terryville, then added individual wins from Julianne Little (100 hurdles); Carly Gable (100 meters, 200 meters); Kaitlyn Deming (1,600 meters, 800 meters); Emma Propfe (400 meters); Jess Lavoie (300 hurdles); Christina Gubetta (3,200 meters); Morgan Daley (discus); Alex Robotham (javelin); Addie Hester (long jump); Marissa Arel (triple jump); and Abigail Henry (pole vault).
Brianna Hanlon won the high jump for Terryville.
Northwestern is 8-1 overall, 7-1 in the Berkshire League; Terryville is 1-7 overall, 0-7, BL.
Thomaston 77, Lewis Mills 69; Thomaston 86, Litchfield 59 >> Thomaston won the 4 x 800 relay and got individual wins from Sammi Breier (1,600 meters,800 meters); Charlotte Eberhardt (3,200 meters, shot put); Kendyl Roman (triple jump); Casey Cangelo (discus) and Camryn Capaldo (javelin).
Lewis Mills won the 4 x 100 relay with individual wins by Lindsey Riordan (100 hurdles); Jaime Jackson (100 meters); Celina Daigle (300 hurdles); Ailene Berry (long jump); and Morgan Sederquist (high jump).
Litchfield took the 4 x 400 relay, adding individual wins from Amber Maurino (400 meters, 200 meters); and Sara Beres (pole vault).
Litchfield and Lewis Mills are 3-4; Thomaston is 4-4.
Shepaug 116, Wamogo 34 >> The Spartans won all but three individual events at home. Individual winners were Trvor MacGintie (long jump, 300 hurdles); Daniel Ong (pole vault); Fernando Pires (triple jump); Ralph Caprilozzi (100 hurdles); Colin Decker (100 meters, 200 meters); Chandler Wetherbee (1,600 meters); and Sean Parker (3,200 meters).
Wamogo’s winners were Matthew Brady (shot put); Stan Nerkowski (high jump); and Nick Damiani (discus).
Crosby 83, Torrington 67; Torrington 90, Kennedy 55; Crosby 95, Kennedy 55 >> Torrington continued its dominance in the 4 x 100 relay in a win by Newton Frias, Iggy Reynoso, Dom Phengkaen and Dyland Myrie. Individual Red Raider wins came from Jay Echavarria (shot put, discus); Brandon Reiff (javelin); Myrie (long jump); and Colton Baker (pole vault.
Torrington is 8-6; Crosby is 7-7; Kennedy is 6-8.
Northwestern 117, Terryville 28; Terryville 69, Wolcott Tech 55; Northwestern 121, Wolcott Tech 20 >> Northwestern won the 4 x 800 and 4 x 400 relays.
Wolcott Tech took the 4 x 100 relay.
Highlander individual winners were Aaron Gable (110 hurdles, 300 hurdles); Jameson Weber (100 meters, long jump); Gavin Woodward (1,600 meters); Trevor Duffy (400 meters); Peter Bakker (3,200 meters); Nick Bates (shot put); James Guion (high jump); Patrick Newkick (triple jump); and William Little (pole vault).
Wolcott Tech’s individual winners were Rob Ariola (800 meters) and Kysten Morillo (200 meters)
Alex Ieronimo won the discus and javelin for Terryville.
Northwestern is 8-1 overall, 7-1 in the Berkshire League; Terrville is 3-5 overall, 2-5, BL.
Wolcott Tech 180, O’Brien Tech 206 >> Jon Gasper shot a 42 at Torrington Country Club, leading the Wildcats through their 11th straight win of the season.
Carter Wheeler (43), Jacob Gasper (47) and Max Keller (48) cemented the win.
Joe O’Toole and Nate Schulick led the Condors with 46s.
O’Brien Tech is 7-5.
Lewis Mills 170, Litchfield 174, Terryville 211 >> The Spartans stayed lower at Fairview Farm Golf Course despite Cowboy Nathan Leigh’s medalist 38.
Tyler Goulet paced Mills with a 40; Mike Boucher and Andrew LeBlanc followed with 43s; and Matt Szymanski added a 44.
Chris Parsons and Chandler Boucher were next lowest to Leigh with 45s for Litchfield; Donnie Protzmann shot 46.
Mike Hills had a 42 for Terryville.
Mills leads the Berkshire League with a 13-0 record; Litchfield is 7-2; Terryville is 5-5.
Gilbert 224, Shepaug 227, Wamogo 233 >> Wamogo’s Sean Brady took medalist honors at Lake Waramaug Country Club. Conor Bailey led the Yellowjackets with a 47; Eamon Crossley (45) and James Foote (49) were low for the Spartans.
Gilbert is 4-11 overall, 4-7 Berkshire League; Shepaug is 1-8 BL; Wamogo is 3-6 overall, 2-5, BL.
Housatonic 5, Wamogo 0 >> Housatonic’s Jonathan Miller, jack Scarpa, Pat Considine, Max Vadakin/Mo Elserafy and Justin Gomez/Mouistafa Sakr swept the Warriors at Wamogo High School.
Housatonic is 11-1; Wamogo is 3-8.
Thomaston 3, Gilbert 2 >> Mike Fitzgerald, Isaac Yaffe, Jake Grasso/Josh Gallo pulled off their first win of the season in a match at Gilbert High School.
Austin Stoeke, and Oliver Sun/Oliver Wang won for the Yellowjackets.
Thomaston is 1-9; Gilbert is 2-9.
Nonnewaug 5, Shepaug 0 >> The Chiefs swept Shepaug in Woodbury with wins by Dyland Kachur, Andrew Ray, Jacob Matta, Aneesh Mistry/David Gow and Garrett Lawlor/Max Lovig.
Nonnewaug leads the Berkshire League, 11-0; Shepaug is 4-8.
Lewis Mills 4, Northwestern 1 >> Jacob Honig, Bo Omuraliev, Jorge Mataix and Isaac Baek/Shawn Magill all won at Northwestern.
Reg Denny/Adam Choquette won at No. 2 doubles for the Highlanders.
Lewis Mills is 7-5; Northwestern is 4-8.
Torrington 8, Naugatuck 1 >> Scott Dixon, Billy Weber, Kevin Dixon, Ryan Nader, Will Elmendorf, Sean Hartwell/Luke Wassik, Naseem Thompson/Rich Patai and Richard Zheng/Kyle White continued Torrington’s march to an 8-1 record. Marco Rebelo won for Naugatuk, 6-6.
Enfield 4, Wolcott Tech 1 ((21-25, 25-14, 25-23, 25-15) >> Enfield (6-6) came back from a first-game defeat behind Dillon DeSouza (13 kills, 7 blocks, 5 aces) and Breighdon Santos (6 digs).
Dan Juliano (6 kills, 18 assists, 8 digs), Brandon Oakes (3 kills, 9 assists, 8 digs, 2 aces) and Chris Stewart (5 kills, 5 digs) led the Wildcats at Wolcott Tech (5-8).