BERLIN - It was not a good day for the Berlin boys soccer team.
Up against state-power Glastonbury, the Redcoats surrendered three first-half goals Thursday afternoon and it turned out to be the difference as they fell 3-0.
Alec Hughes, Sebby Sanzaro and Mike Bernardi registered the goals for the Tomahawks despite Berlin outshooting Glastonbury 18-15.
Jake Nelson saved four shots for Berlin which is 2-1.
Bristol Central 2, Southington 1: After a scoreless first half, both teams netted a goal in the second with Joe Colaccino scoring the long goal for the Blue Knights. But with 3:48 left in the game, Bristol Central’s Diego Naranjo suck a penalty kick that doomed the Rams. John Griffin saved seven shots for Southington, which is still looking for its first win of the season.
Glastonbury 1, Berlin 0: A first-half goal by Kacey Rolce was the difference between a Redcoats’ win or draw and a loss. Lindsey Walsh saved 16 of the 17 shots fired her way. Berlin is now 2-1-0 on the season.
Cheney Tech 3, Innovation 2: After each team traded the first three sets by a score if 25-19 with the Ravens winning the first and third sets, Cheney Tech took the last two (25-15 and 15-12) to win the match. Aliyah Merced had 14 digs for Innovation, while teammates Imani Rosado and Bailee Nardi had nine digs and seven kills respectively.