Receiving goals from six different players, the Greenwich boys ice hockey team rolled to an 8-0 win over Trinity Catholic on Friday night at Terry Conners Rink in Stamford.
Junior forward Jack Hutchins recorded two goals and one assist, while junior forward John Cataldo tallied twice to lead the surging Cardinals. Greenwich, which is 9-1-1 in its last 11 games, improved its record to 10-5-1 overall.
Hutchins opened the scoring with 10:41 left in the first period. Senior Ryan Columbo assisted on the goal. Sophomore forward Wesley Zolin made it 2-0 with a goal at the 1:39 mark of the first period. Ivan Kovalev, a sophomore forward and sophomore Liam Matthews each assisted on the goal.
Juniors Sean Duffy and Jake Shreders and Cataldo each scored during the second period for the victors.
In the final period, Hutchins, Cataldo and freshman Peter Lewis added a goal apiece. Zolin had one assist, as did Hutchins, junior Sam Milazzo, Lewis and junior Chris Cataldo and junior Aiden Price.
Greenwich plays Norwalk/McMahon Monday at 4 p.m. at Dorothy Hamill Skating Rink.
SACRED HEART GREENWICH BASKETBALL
Playing without the services of two key players, both of whom were sick, Sacred Heart Greenwich was was dealt a 68-52 loss by host St. Luke’s School, which celebrated its Senior Night on Wednesday.
The Tigers trailed the Storm, 18-8, after the first quarter, but had a strong second quarter.
“We moved the ball more effectively in the second quarter and did a lot less dribbling,” Sacred Heart coach Ayo Hart said. “We pulled to within five and scored 22 in the second quarter. Not an easy feat against their aggressive defense.”
St. Luke’s extended its lead to 17 points with a strong third quarter.
“We battled back and forth, but the margin was a little too much with time running down, as they continued to swing the ball quickly and harass us defensively,” Hart said.
Eighth-grader Madison Hart paced the Tigers with 13 points. She shot 8 for 11 from the foul line, while tallying four assists and four steals.
Sophomore Sarah Augustine posted her second double-double of the season, registering 10 points and 11 rebounds for the Tigers. She also added two assists and two blocked shots.
Freshman Olivia Caponiti had 10 points and two assists, while Alana Frederick had eight points and three steals, while senior Morgan Smnith added five points and five rebounds for Sacred Heart. The Tigers played without Leah Atkins and Francois O’Brien, who were out sick.
Kate Hong, Caitlyn Petrizzo and Payton Sfreddo each scored two points for SHG.
St. Luke’s the defending FAA champion, was powered by senior Janelle Johnson’s 21 points and seven assists. Senior Sophie Kritcher had 14 points, including four 3-pointers, and added four assists for the victors. Caroline Lau scored eight points and Aidan Panian had six points in the win.