BRISTOL -- In its first game in 17 days, the Rams rocked Enfield as nine different players potted goals in their 13-4 victory.
Sadye Kowalczyk scored three goals to pace Bristol Central while Abby Duval and Lexi Michaud each produced a pair. Emily Lowe, Madison Secor, Jenna Lowe, Ava Bouchard, Abby Quintero and Rachel Wygant all finished with one goal.
The Rams also got solid defensive performances from Jenna Lowe, Emma Quintero, Maddie Ross, and Wygant.
In goal, Alyah Rodriguez-Webber made 12 saves.
Bristol Central will host Ellington on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.
St. Paul’s (10-1) three runs in the first inning was all it needed Monday night, cruising to an 11-0 win over Seymour.
One hit was surrendered by St. Paul’s Owen Davis, who pitched all five innings, striking out five. He walked only one and was awarded the winning decision. The lone hit came off a leadoff single in the first.
Mario Izzo went 2-for-2 with two homers and six RBIs, scoring twice. Devin Kulas also went 2-for-2, scoring three times. Steve Morelli drove in one run and scored once.
Izaiha Nunez went 1 2/3 innings, walking four and allowing eight runs, all earned for Seymour. He was given the losing decision.
Newington 7, Conard 3: Newington baseball beat Conard 7-3 Monday night.
Late runs from Conard nearly had a rally brewing, but one run in the sixth and two in the seventh proved too late to even the score.
Newington struck first in the first inning, adding one more to its lead in the second and third before taking a six-run advantage with a three-run fourth inning. Newington added one more run in the sixth.
Six hits went to Conard and eight hits fell for Newington. Both sides had two errors. Zach Nakonechny hit a three-run homer while Connor Daly was 2-for-3 with a triple, a double and four runs scored.
Gavin Gray was the winning pitcher.
Simsbury 6, New Britain 3: Three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning was the difference in the Hurricanes’ road loss.
Chris Gibbs and Jomar Rodriguez each slotted two hits for New Britain, which scored twice in the third inning and once in the fourth.
“Our defense and not getting a big hit in key spots hurt us today,” Hurricanes coach Roberto Mercado said.
Nate Kumm took the loss for New Britain, as the hosts concluded with just two earned runs.
New Britain will visit Rocky Hill on Wednesday at 3:45 p.m.
South Windsor 7, Bristol Eastern 5: The Lancers lost for the ninth time in 10 games Monday on the road.
South Windsor scored three runs late in the game to go ahead after Bristol Eastern led 4-3.
Andrew Lozier led the Lancers on offense with a homerun and double while Jaydon Churchill also chipped in with a triple.
Lozier took the loss on the mound, despite allowing just three hits and one earned run in six innings.
Bristol Eastern will visit Bristol Central on Wednesday at Muzzy Field at 6:30 p.m.
Newington 13, Northwest Catholic 5: Newington softball beat Northwest Catholic Monday night, winning 13-5.
Seven errors from Northwest helped Newington run up the score. Newington tallied 10 hits to Northwest’s six.
Jaelyn Gonzalez had a homer and two doubles, scoring three runs while driving in five. Gonzalez was also the winning pitcher, striking out 13 in the win.
Amanda Akerley went 2-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI.
Bristol Eastern 10, E.O. Smith 6: The Lancers started strong and held on in its home win on Monday.
Bristol Eastern scored eight runs in the first three innings to pad its lead before the visitors scored four runs over the final three innings to close the gap.
Ali Tellier earned the win for the Lancers while Janessa Gonzalez was their spark on offense as she had a triple, counting as one of Bristol Eastern’s 14 hits in the game.
The Lancers will host Bristol Central on Wednesday at 3:45 p.m.
Seymour 18, St. Paul 1: The Falcons had a difficult time stopping Seymour on Monday, losing by 17 runs in a five-inning game. Caleigh McDougall went three-for-three on the day and drove in St. Paul’s only run of the contest when Jessica Martin tripled to lead off the third inning.
The Falcons will face Derby on the road Tuesday.
Norwich Tech 220 , Goodwin Tech 237: Goodwin Tech boys golf lost to Norwich Tech Monday night, losing 220-237 at Stanley Golf Course in New Britain.
The medalist for the round was Isaiah Martel, shooting a 52 for Goodwin Tech. Christian Molina scored a 58 while Julien Stepien shot a 61 and Janelle Roberts scored a 66.
New Britain 185, Bloomfield 224: New Britain boys golf beat Bloomfield on a strong showing from its four scorers, winning 185-224 at Wintonbury Hills Golf Course.
Xavier Goode was the medalist at the end of the day, scoring a 40 to lead the pack. Teammates Matt Skutnuck and Royce Wasik both shot in the 40’s as well, scoring a 45 and a 49, respectively. Nate Czerncha scored a 51, rounding out the low-scoring day for the NB boys.
St. Paul 167, Wolcott 184: Matthew Downes led the Falcons on Monday, shooting a match-best 36 in their victory.
Brandon Frye was next for St. Paul with a 39, followed by Chris Millerick (43) and Ben Shea (49).
The Falcons (5-0) will look to stay undefeated when they face off against Canton on Tuesday at Blue Fox Run Golf Course at 3 p.m.
Avon 228, New Britain 288: New Britain golf fell to Avon Monday night, losing 228-288 at Stanley Golf Course.
Avon’s Riley Seaburg was the leader in the clubhouse, going home a medalist with a 52. Faith Gibson led in scoring for New Britain, shooting a 64.
Newington 186, Farmington 199: Newington girls golf beat Farmington Monday night, winning 186-199.
Farmington’s Catrina Petrovic was the medalist, shooting a 42. Newington’s Madison Massaro-Cook was one off the leader, shooting a 43 for Newington.
Glorianne Tinote 44; Tori Tolisano 49, Chantelle Alvizo 50; Mia Theriault 56
South Windsor 3, New Britain 0: New Britain boys volleyball lost to South Windsor Monday night in a 3-0 shutout (25-21, 25-8, 25-22).
Despite the score of game two the boys fought hard and continue to do some very good things,” said Michelle Abraham, New Britain boys volleyball head coach.
Niko Schand scored seven kills. Ahthur Sanchez recorded 10 assists and seven points. Davin Siharath contributed five points with 12 digs and four assists.
East Catholic 6, New Britain 1: East Catholic bounced New Britain (3-4) in a 6-1 final Monday night.
New Britain won one singles match, with No. 1 JuJu Oliver defeating Madeline Bolduc 5-1, 6-0.
Audrey Belliveau was the only other New Britain singles player to win a set, falling 2-1 to Katherine Green. Green defeated Belliveau 6-4, 4-6, 10-5.
In doubles, NB did not won any matches, falling in all three. They did not win any sets in doubles format.
South Windsor 7, Bristol Eastern 5
BRISTOL EASTERN (1-9): 101 030 0 -- 5 10 3
SOUTH WINDSOR (2-7): 011 203 x -- 7 8 1
W -- Worthington (SW); L -- Lozier (BE)
2B: Brian Allard (SW), Andrew Lozier (BE); 3B: Jaydon Churchill (BE); HR: Andrew Lozier (BE)
Records: Bristol Eastern (1-9), South Windsor (2-7)
Bristol Eastern 10, E.O. Smith 6
At Bristol Eastern
EO Smith 101 010 3 -- 6 8 3
Bristol Eastern 305 101 x -- 10 14 2
W -- Ali Tellier (BE); L -- A. Lewis (EO)
HR: A. Fiore (EO); 3B: Janessa Gonzalez (BE)
Records: Bristol Eastern (4-3), EO Smith (4-5)
St. Paul 167, Wolcott 184
At Farmingbury Hill Golf Course
Medalist: Matthew Downes 36 (SP)
St. Paul: Brandon Frye 39, Chris Millerick 43,Ben Shea 49
Wolcott: Jackson Fishbein 41, Jack Byrnes 45, Ryan Lofgren 46, Mike Angurio 52
Records: St. Paul 5-0, Wolcott 3-3.