New Britain girls soccer dominating, outscoring opponents by 15 last two games

Published on Wednesday, 28 September 2022 12:05
Written by Cameron Beall


Monday afternoon the New Britain Golden Hurricanes girls soccer team notched their second win of the season in spectacular fashion. The Canes took down Amistad by a final margin of 7-0 bringing their record to 2-3.

This is the second time this season the Hurricanes have won by seven goals, as well as the second time that senior Abby Wasik has tallied five goals in a contest. Julie Clavette and Valerie Perez also added one goal each.

Maya Kelly and Zuzanna Michalski were both credited with assists in the win.

New Britain continued their dominance into Tuesday afternoon when they hosted Bloomfield at Veterans Stadium. The Hurricanes topped their best margin of the season, winning by a 9-1 final over Bloomfield.

Wasik and Michalski potted three goals apiece to take care of the bulk of the scoring. Kelly, Adriana Gutowski and Sofi Altamirano each added a goal for the team’s new season-high. 

The assists came by way of Wasik, Yareli Reyes and Danielle Perez with two.

Berlin girls soccer took down Lewis Mills on Tuesday afternoon 3-2 to improve their record to 3-1-1. Ella Santoro, Katie Lukens and Sam Negrao each scored in the win to back a four-save effort from goalkeeper Katrina Chorzepa.


Berlin boys soccer was also in action on Tuesday and also came away with a win over Lewis Mills, 4-3. The Redcoats are now 5-1 on the season.

Joey Francalangia and Jake Soellner each scored in the win with Mike Aboyami netting two including the game-winner with the game tied 3-3.

New Britain boys soccer notched their first win of the season 2-1 over Bloomfield on Tuesday. 

Nikodem Kolc scored in the win with assists from Lucas Klimkiewicz and Jesus Vega. Bloomfield’s Jahmeen Harriman scored their lone goal on a penalty kick.


Innovation took down Capital Prep on Monday in straight sets 25-17, 25-15, 25-11 to improve their record to 6-1 on the season.

Tynise Rose and Patrice Broughton were each credited with seven kills in the victory. Maddie Ramos racked up 11 aces while Patrina McHugh tallied 10 assists.

Tuesday night Berlin volleyball defeated East Catholic sweeping the final three sets 25-17, 25-17, 25-14 after dropping the opening frame 23-25. Berlin improved to 5-3 while East Catholic fell to 2-5.

Berlin’s Brielle Dumont finished her big day with 22 assists, three aces and a block to her credit. Julia Matan added 10 kills, two blocks and two aces.


Both Berlin boys and girls cross country came out with wins over Middletown and Maloney on Tuesday afternoon.


Berlin swim and dive fell to 1-1 on the season after Monday’s meet with Maloney/Platt, losing 93-88.

Redcoats diver Emma Toce was a Class M qualifier after her performance on Monday with a second-place finish.

Other notable swims from the day include Molly Szczesniak’s first-place finish in the 50 freestyle, Zuzana Dabek’s second-place finishes in the 200 individual medley and 500 freestyle, Nina Welsh’s second-place finish in the 100 freestyle and Paige Kemish’s second-place finish in the 100 breaststroke.

Posted in New Britain Herald, Berlin, Innovation, New Britain on Wednesday, 28 September 2022 12:05. Updated: Wednesday, 28 September 2022 12:08.