BERLIN - Through all the injuries and adversity, the Berlin girls soccer team keeps on winning.
Kylie Jefferson’s two goals led the Redcoats to a 3-0 victory over Middletown on Tuesday afternoon, while the goalkeeper duo of Katrina Chorzepa and Kelly Brett combined for a shutout in an all-around dominating performance.
“Best collective team game played all year,” Berlin head coach Alex Joslyn said of the win.
Jenna Zup put home the Redcoats’ third goal on a penalty kick to move Berlin to 4-2-1 on the season.
Goodwin Tech 6, Vinal Tech 2: The Gladiators enjoyed a scoring explosion on Tuesday, blowing past Vinal Tech behind Cristian Guzman’s hat trick.
Mateo Cevallos pitched in two goals of his own, while Harlens Feliz knocked in a penalty kick to complete the offensive onslaught.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Southington 22, Northwest Catholic 39: The Blue Knights grabbed a win on Tuesday despite Northwest Catholic’s Noah Winters taking the top spot of the meet with a time of 18:38.9. Southington still earned the victory by claiming 13 of the next 14 top spots, including Matthew Penna, who finished in second with a time of 18:47.0.
Lucca Riccio took third with a time of 19:19.6, while Jake Nafis finished in fourth with a mark of 19:20.3.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Berlin 24, Middletown 31: Juliana Cancellieri took first overall with a time of 19:50 in Tuesday’s meet to help keep the Redcoats undefeated on the regular season.
Megan Perrotta finished second with a time of 20:54, and Audrey Jankovich took fifth with a mark of 21:48 to move Berlin to 7-0. The Redcoats have still not lost a regular season conference meet since 2012.
Goodwin Tech 3, Abbott Tech 0: The Gladiators continued their impressive regular season with a sweep (25-16, 25-23, 25-14) of Abbot Tech on the road on Tuesday, improving the team’s record to 8-2 on the year.
Korina Trammell contributed 10 service points, including five service aces, while also grabbing five digs. Ada Guzman earned 12 service points and seven service aces, while Nathalie Delarosa led the way with six kills. Aiyana Montes dished out seven assists in the dominating win.