TORRINGTON >> Wolcott Tech’s girls soccer team qualified for its first state tournament appearance in program history with a 4-0 win against Harding Monday afternoon in Torrington.
Suerra McLLwain scored twice and Nicole Cordano and Eva Ciarcia, once.
The Wildcats are 6-6-1 with two games left in their regular season.
Cromwell/Portland 28, Lewis Mills 8 >> In a game postponed from Saturday’s rain, the Panthers’ Kristian Sapp took advantage of a dry field for three touchdown runs at Lewis Mills.
Mills (3-3) played even with the undefeated Panthers (5-0) in the first half except for a 20-yard fumble recovery touchdown by C/P’s Ethan Roy in the second quarter.
Sapp went to work in the second half with a 33-yard scoring run, followed by a short plunge for 2 yards in the third quarter.
Down 20-0, Spartan quarterback Trevor Baker found the same combination that’s worked for him all season – a 31-yard pass to Jimmy Romano with a two-point conversion pass, Baker to Chris Romano.
Leading 20-8, Sapp put the lid on it in the fourth quarter with a 30-yard scoring run, followed by a two-point conversion pass from Bryce Karstetter to Dianta Highsmith.
Boys Cross Country
Bristol Eastern 25, Terryville 35 >> Terryville’s Corey Picard (18:26) and Chris DeForest came in first and second at Bristol Eastern, but Lancers Harrison Dayton, Wyatt Doyon, Jaime Jeski, Logan Zdun, Nicholas Provenzano and Devon Plourde took the next six spots.
Kangaroo Conor Garrity finished ninth. Eastern’s Zachary Martin was tenth.
Girls Cross Country
Bristol Eastern 15, Terryville 50 >> Terryville’s Alyssa Orr and Katelynn Craighill ran sixth and seventh at Bristol Eastern High School. The Lancers filled out the rest of the top 10.
Jillian LeBeau (24:53) was first, followed by Maggie Santacroce, Tejal Monteiro, Jenna Roy and Cora Thurston in the next four places. Daphne Dibgolongo, Olivia Castle and Kristina Bonenfond rounded out eight through 10.
Jonathan Law 3, Gilbert 0 (25-16, 25-13, 25-12) >> Shawna Winters (9 kills); Krisin Frank (7 digs, 31 assists); and Victoria Contaxis (1 kill, 3 digs) led Law at The Gilbert School.
Ali Brochu (2 kills, 1 assist); Deanna Delacruz (2 kills, 2 assists) and Elizabeth Wexler (1 kill, 5 assists) were tops for the Yellowjackets.
Gunnery 48, Millbrook 0 >> The Gunnery continued to thrive in eight-man football, despite Saturday’s miserable weather at Millbrook (N.Y.).
Quarterback Kyle Searles and Justin Bonal connected in the first quarter for the first of many Gunnery touchdowns. Sophomore tailback Gavin Connors was offensive player of the game. Another sophomore, Julian Aviles hauled in a 40-yard touchdown pass from Searles. Albert Washco and Morgan Welles were also in on the scoring spree.