Sacred Heart Greenwich scored all its goals in the first half of its 5-1 win over host King School in an FAA soccer game held on Thursday.
Sophomore midfielder Lauren Griuriceo started the scoring for the Tigers, tallying in the eighth minute. Junior midfielder Fernanda Serna assisted on the goal.
Serna scored in the 15th minute, giving the Tigers a 2-0 advantage. Alana Frederick, a junior forward, added goals in the 15th and 21st minute, stretching Sacred Heart’s lead to 4-0. Senior forward Amelia Sheehan assisted on Frederick’s second tally.
In the 26th minute, Sacred Heart seized a 5-0 lead on senior forward Taylor O’Meara’s goal. King’s goal came from Emily Cook in the 53rd minute.
Sacred Heart hosts Hotchkiss School on Saturday at 2 p.m.
GREENWICH ACADEMY FIELD HOCKEY
Greenwich Academy upped its record to 10-0-1 with a 6-0 road win over FAA foe Greens Farms Academy on Thursday.
The Gators, who registered their ninth shutout, scored three times in each half. Sophie Freedman gave GA a 1-0 lead, tallying off an assist from her sister, Julia with 21:02 remaining in the first half.
At the 6:52 mark of the first half, Grace Schulze scored, giving GA a 2-0 advantage. Julia Freedman assisted on the goal. Schulze set Elektra Rodger up for a tally with 2:37 to go in the opening half, making it 3-0.
In the second half, Lila Murray, Julia Freedman and Schulze each tallied for the victors. Maya Walker, Georgia Gallagher and Antonia Packard each had one assist in the win.
GREENWICH HIGH SCHOOL FIELD HOCKEY
The Cardinals dropped a 4-0 decision to host Mamaroneck (N.Y.) Thursday evening.
Greenwich coach Megan Wax credited her defensive line for performing well against a strong Tigers squad.
Ashley Zolin, Charlotte Gans, Katie Piotrzkowski and Guadalupe Balaguer led the Cardinals’ defensive effort. Sophie Showers, Caitlin Rogoff and Lane Pearson had goals for Mamaroneck, with Pearson tallying twice.
“We played great, but when we slipped it resulted in a goal every time,” GHS coach Megan Wax said.
Brunswick School extended its winnng streak to four games, defeating soccer foe Trinity-Pawling on the road Wednesday, 3-0.
The Bruins (5-3-1) scored their first goal in the 27th minute. Following a saved shot on a Stevie Lopez shot, Michael Huber collected the long rebound and drove a low shot past the Trinity-Pawling goalie, giving the Bruins a 1-0 lead.
In the 42nd minute, Nico Montoni set Kyle Raker up for a goal, making it 2-0. Brunwick stretched its lead to 3-0 contest in the 77th minute on another Raker goal. Freddy Gazal and Nico Montoni moved the ball to Raker for the tally.
Brunswick goalie Andrew Breckenridge played all 90 minutes in net, making four saves, one of which came early in the game.
BRUNSWICK WATER POLO
Jumping out to a seven-goal halftime lead, the Bruins cruised to a 16-6 victory over visiting Loomis Chaffee School in a match held on Wednesday.
Brunswick, which ran its record to 13-1, received four goals from Gavin West and a pair of tallies from JP Ohl.
Patrick Mullen, Gavin Molloy, Patrick Mullen, Vilas Sogaard-Srikrishnan, Will Morton, Dillon Robinson and Filipe Leao each added one goal for the Bruins. Brunswick plays Loomis Chaffee again in the opening round of the Cardinal Tournament on Friday at Greenwich High School.
Hayden Collins made four saves and Ryan Miele stopped three shots for the Bruins.