NEW BRITAIN – Innovation girls soccer tied Monday aftnoon against Capital Prep with both sides ending the game with locked at 3-3.
Alice Bidoae scored two goals while Kayla Forde scored one. In goal, Te’ijah Roberts made seven saves for the Ravens in the tie.
Naugatuck 5, St. Paul 1: The match was tied 1-1 for much of the contest as Emily Walker had the Falcons on the scoreboard, but the greyhounds erupted late in the second half to run away with the game. Rana Allamal broke the tie for Naugatuck before goals from Layla Nemeth, Juliana Magalhães and Aubrey Deller bolstered its side even further.
St. Paul goalkeeper Zoey Rubins finished with eight saves while Sage Winslow of the Greyhounds finished with four. The Falcons return to action almost immediately and face Derby on Tuesday.
South Windsor 3, Bristol Eastern 1: Bristol Eastern dropped to 1-3 Monday night, losing to South Windsor 3-1.
Eastern’s lone goal of the contest came off the foot of Dom Femiak. Bryan Fisherman scored three times for South Windsor.
Carlos Portillo had six saves for Eastern.
Goodwin Tech 3, Vinal Tech 0: Goodwin Tech girls volleyball swept the night to improve to 4-2 on Monday, winning 3-0 over Vinal Tech.
Goodwin took the three sets 25-18, 25-7 and 25-22.
Rachael Astacio had seven aces and 26 service points. Javielle Merle-Gonzalez had 17 assists with seven digs and Trinity Chamber had 15 service points with three aces and 10 kills.
Bristol Eastern 3, Plainville 0: Bristol Eastern girls volleyball blanked Plainville Monday night 3-0.
The Lancers took the sets 25-13, 25-18 and 25-23.
Hannah Webber racked up 14 kills with five aces. Lilli Lowe had three kills and an assist. Abby Jones led the team in assists with 28, tallying five digs.
New Britain 3, Bulkeley 0: New Britain shut out Bulkeley on the road Monday night, winning 3-0 to improve to 2-0 on the season.
The Golden Hurricane girls won 25-8, 25-11 and 25-9 across three sets.
Isamarys Rodriguez had 12 service points with five aces. Kiatyanna Denmark had five aces and 12 service points as well.
Kelly Alape racked up nine assists.
Southington 3, Simsbury 1: The Blue Knights picked up their fourth win of the season behind 14 kills and eight digs from Morgan Birdsey. Southington looked dominant for much of the match, winning the first two sets 25-11 and 25-15 as Haley Weiner notched 42 assists and three players finished with at least 10 digs. Adriana Palmieri had 16 digs and four aces while Makenzie Marek posted 10 digs and five aces along with 10 digs from Emma Pfanzelt.
Simsbury took the third set 25-17 before the Blue Knights surged back to win the fourth 25-16. They will look to build a winning streak when they host Farmington on Wednesday.