Roundup: New Britain girls volleyball earn big win over Wethersfield

Published on Friday, 15 October 2021 20:59
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NEW BRITAIN - Kelly Alape led the way for the New Britain in its four-set victory over Wethersfield Friday night.

Alape finished with 25 assists and was 16-for-16 from the service line as the scores went 25-10, 25-15, 25-19 (Wethersfield) and 25-19.

Wendy Garcia was strong on defense for New Britain with 20 digs, while also compiling four aces and 11 service points. Isamarys Rodriguez (24-for-25 serves, nine aces, 17 service points) and Kasianna Denmark (10 kills) also played well for the victors.

Bristol Eastern 3, Lewis Mills 0: Bristol Eastern on Friday night, blanking Lewis Mills 3-0.

Eastern won the three sets with ease, sweeping the night 25-8, 25-5 and 25-10 in consecutive sets.

Hannah Webber led the Lancers in kills with 17. Lauren Bender also added double-digit totals for kills with 10, adding seven digs and three aces as well.

Webber had three aces from serves, behind the team-high of eight by Abby Jones. Jones had 31 assists from serve with two kills.

Goodwin Tech 3, Gilbert 0: The Gladiators continue to roll through its schedule as it took care of the hosts in three sets for its 12th consecutive win Friday night.

Goodwin Tech won 25-12, 25-8 and 25-11, with strong games from Maribel Gonzalez (24 service points, nine aces five kills), Trinity Chambers (13 service points, four aces, two kills) and Rachael Astacio (12 service points, four aces, two kills)

Girls Soccer

Platt Tech 2, Goodwin Tech 0: Arianna White made eight saves but it wasn’t enough as the Gladiators fell for the third straight game on Friday.

Kirializ Negron and Kayla Avila scored for Platt Tech while Avila also concluded with four saves.

Innivation 3, Parish hill 0: Innivation girls soccer beat Parish Hill Friday night, winning 3-0.

Kaylah Forde scored the first goal of the game at the eight minute mark, and Naida Dautovic followed nine minutes later with a score to put the Ravens ahead 2-0. Alice Bidoe’s goal at the 22nd minute mark gave the Ravens a 3-0 advantage, as was one they held for 58 minutes of action.

Te’ijah Roberts had 16 saves in the win.

Girls swimming and diving

Conard 97, Southington 87: The Blue Knights lost their second meet of the season Friday on the road.

The 400 free relay team of Julia Laszewski, Kendall Noonan, Emma Jekubovich and Ella Nadeau took first in a time of 3:54.20. Julia Laszewski took first in the 200 free with a time of 2:05.45.

Ella Nadeau was a double winner in the individual medley (2:17.02) and 500 free (5:30.97), Alexis Strong took first in the 50 free with a time of 26.60, and Emma Jekubovich took first in the 100 back with a time of 1:05.70.

Posted in New Britain Herald, Goodwin Tech, Innovation, New Britain, Southington on Friday, 15 October 2021 20:59. Updated: Friday, 15 October 2021 21:02.