SIMSBURY - The Berlin girls golf team picked up its first win of the season against Simsbury.
The Redcoats’ Jackie Cooper was the medalist of Wednesday’s match.
Alena Kittleman led the Redcoats with a 56. Bridget McQuillan was next with a 57, followed by Jessica Nappi (57).
Farmington 202, Newington 217: The Indians did not have the best of days. Farmington’s Mia Grzywinski was the medalist as she shot a 40.
The Indians were led by Chloe Bilodeau with a 52, Jessica Pierzchalski with a 53, Taylor Kelly with a 53 and Leah Tofldt with a 59.
Conard 216, Plainville 296: Conard's Maren Livingstone was the medalist with a round of 46 at Hawks Landing, while Jessica Royce had the low score for Plainville with a 61.
Newington 7, Plainville 0: The Indians swept both doubles and singles.
Sean Davis defeated Jeremy Myska 6-0, 6-1,Matt Utter defeated Bradon Zheng 6-0, 6-1, while Ben Aroroa defeated Taegan Brochu 6-3, 6-3. David Magsaylo was the No. 4 singles match but won by default.
Daniel Lasoda and Sam Johnson defeated Mike Torres and Travis Lavigne 6-2, 6-1 during the No. 1 doubles match. Josh Ellis and Gynno Bacaoco then defeated Jarod Serrano and Jason Demmons 6-0, 6-0. Ateeb Rahman and Lukas Klin won by default in the finals double match.
Hall 6, Berlin 1: The only match Berlin took was the No. 1 singles match and the Redcoats are still winless on the year.
Jonathon Trevethan defeated Rithik Rayi 6-0, 6-0 for Berlin’s lone win. Gabriel Santos defeated Thomas Fijalkowski 6-1, 6-3. Matt Glassman defeated Kevin Stafstrom 6-0, 6-0. Ansh Chandra defeated Justin Chyra 6-0,6-0.
Henry Glucksman and Yonah Goldberg defeated Wesley Cantliffe and Ryan Jenkins 6-0,6-1. Adam Glassman and Josh Liebman defeated Dom Biello and Ryan Cyr 6-3,6-0. Shane Jacob and Jack Brown defeated Noah Mihalko and James Zovich 6-0, 6-0.
East Hartford 6, New Britain 1: The Hurricanes only walked away with the No. 1 singles match Wednesday afternoon.
The Hurricanes Ali Saleh claimed the victory, as New Britain fell.
Berlin 5, Bristol Eastern 0: The Lancers were blanked by the Redcoats, tallying just two hits in the contest. It was a poor effort all around, as Bristol Eastern also committed four errors throughout the game. Dan Valdessi picked up the win for Berlin, while Bristol Eastern got the loss.
Newington 16, Bloomfield 2 (5 innings): It was all Newington from start-to-finish. The Indians scored early and often, needing just five inning to put up 16 runs. Christian Colon had a solid game for the Indians, picking up a pair of RBI-doubles in the game. Josh LeClair earned the win for Newington, while Ben Park picked up the loss for Bloomfield.
Southington 13, Glastonbury 1 (5innings): The Blue Knights jumped out ahead early and didn’t stop from there, scoring in every inning on their way to a convincing win. Andrew Paradis came close to hitting for the cycle, knocking a double, triple and homer in the game. Jeremy Mercier got the win for Southington, while Jack DiLauro got the loss for Glastonbury.
Goodwin Tech 13, Cheney Tech 4: The Gladiators scored in bunches Wednesday, having three separate four-run innings in the game. It didn’t help that Cheney Tech committed three errors throughout the ballgame.
Thommy Hughes had a solid game, picking up the win on the mound and also hitting a double from the box. Hughes, Matt Anderson and Chris Ryan all had multi-hit games for the Gladiators.
Berlin 11, RHAM 4: Tyler Ralph scored five goals and Evan Graves made 12 saves as the Redcoats won at home.
New Britain 36, Hartford Public 0: It was a busy day for the Hurricanes. Senior Gabby Roy hit every time she went up to bat. She ended the afternoon with a double, a triple, six RBI and a homerun.
Mckayla Masterson also hit two home runs, six RBI and one grand slam, followed by home runs by Giania Gonzalez and Amanda Jacobs.
Goodwin Tech 27, Cheney 7: Teresa Lopez led the hitting attack with a double and triple to knock in 6 RBI’s.
Leina Rivera-Lopez, Valerie Ramirez, Paola Barbosa, Miranda Ramirez and Soannie Arroyo all had multiple hits throughout the game.
The Gladiators came out in the third inning and combined for 10 of the team’s 21 hits to open up a good lead.
After opening up the season with three straight losses, Goodwin Tech is now are on a three game winning streak.