MALONEY - The Bristol Central boys blew out Maloney Tuesday night, scoring over a hundred points more than the opposition in a 128-18 score.
BC had 18 event wins, three coming in relay events.
The 4x100 team clocked a time of 46.65, the 4x400 ran a 3:49 and the 4x800 team ran a 9:24 for first in each event.
In the 100 meters, Victor Rosa was first with a time of 10.7 seconds. He was also first in the 200 metes, running a 22.28. He was the anchor led of the 4x100 meter relay team.
Noah Conrod clocked a 56.9 time for first in the 400 meters and Francis Porrini was first in the 800 metes with a time of 2:01.
Nate DeAngelo was the leader in the 1,600 race at 4:26 and Chris Roy was first in the 3,200 meter distance race at 12:17.
Winning in the field was Casey Quirion, clearing seven feet in the pole vault, Malachi Jones in the shot put with a toss of 43-7 ad Jakob Salinas with a toss of 141-4 in the javelin.
Treshawn Blair won both the high jump and the triple jump, winning with distances of 5-8 and 35-10, respectively.
Berlin 97, Middletown 49: Berlin girls track improved to 5-0 at meets this season, winning 97-49.
Berlin had individual winners in the 100, 200, 800, 1,600 and 3,200 meters. Bailey Baclaski won the 100 and 200 meter dash while Megan Perrotta won the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 meters.
Alivia Halkias was a winner in the field, winning the pole vault. She was also first in the 100 meter hurdles.
The Redcoats won three relay races, winning the 4x100, 4x400 and 4x800. No times were available for events.
Bristol Central 88, Maloney 57: Bristol Central girls track beat Maloney Tuesday night with a score of 88-57.
BC had three first-place finishes in relays, taking the 4x100, 4x400 and 4x800 races.
Bristol Central also won the 200 meters (Salvatrice Bosco, 27.68), 400 meters (Bosco, 1:02) and 3,200 meters (Isabella Crandall, 13:13).
In the field, BC nearly took a clean sweep.
Krystal Rodriguez won three field events, taking first in the shot put at 28-4.75, discus with a distance of 80-9 and javelin at 85-1.
In the triple jump, Christina Browne won with a distance of 29 feet, 1 inch. Christine Attle won the pole vault with a cleared distance of six feet.
Newington 3, Lewis Mills 0: Newington boys volleyball won Tuesday night, again by shutout, this time blanking Lewis Mills 3-0.
The clean sweep came in set victories of 25-18, 25-23 and 25-17.
Jacob Baclawksi had 11 kills and seven digs. Trey Guest had nine kills as well.
Eni Lici posted six kills and six aces while assisting 23 points. Vietanh Dinh tallied 12 digs in the win.
Goodwin Tech 223, Prince Tech 295: Goodwin Tech beat Prince Tech Tuesday afternoon, winning by a score of 223-295.
The medalist for the match was Julien Stepien of Goodwin Tech, shooting a 47.
Other scorers for Goodwin were Nate Berube with a 55, Christian Molina with a 56 and Janelle Roberts with a 65.
St. Paul 181, Woodland 243: St. Paul boys golf defeated Woodland at Chippanee Country Club Tuesday evening, winning 181-243.
Fresh off nearly qualifying at the U.S. Open qualifier Monday, Matt Downes scored a 38 (+3) to win the medal for St. Paul.
Brandon Frye was the next lowest score for St. Paul with a 44. Chris Millerick shot a 58 and Francesco Vesci shot a 51.
Woodland’s leading score was from Ryan Bucciferro with a 51.
Terryville 211, Wamongo 290: Terryville boys golf improved to 5-3 Tuesday night, taking down Wamongo 211-290 at Pequabuck Golf Course.
Terryville’s Eli Benson scored a 48, leading everyone in the clubhouse at the end of the day for a medal.
Jack Carpenter was the next lowest for Terryville while Nate Scarola and Tyler Miller each scoring a 56.
Leading Wamongo at the end of the round was Conor Smith with a 52.
St. Paul 191, Cheshire 216: The St. Paul Lady Falcons beat Cheshire Tuesday night, winning at Westwood Golf Course with a score of 191-216.
Erin Downes scored a 39, ending at 8-over par, to earn a medal. Teammate Sami Millerick was right behind her with a 40.
Ainsley Toland shot a 52 and Maddy Kurnik scored a 59 for the lady Falcons, rounding out the team scores.
Cheshire was led by Callie Dennis’ 50 and Emma Henieux’s 51.
Hall 192, Newington 224: Newington girls golf lost to Hall Tuesday night in a 192-224 final.
Hall was led by Annie DeSanto’s 44. She went home the medalist, edging out Newington’s Madison Massaro-Cook by one stroke.
Hall had a 47 from Meredith Northon, a 50 from Sarah DeSanto and a 51 from Carolyn Alquist.
Newington’s Glorianne Pinote shot a 54, Tori Tolisano shot a 56 and Mia Theriault shot a 69.
St. Paul 7, Woodland 2: St. Paul beat Woodland Tuesday night, exploding for seven runs in the fifth inning on its way to a 7-2 final.
Owen Davis pitched his way to a quality start with Shaun Remillard pitching three scoreless innings behind him for the winning decision.
Mario Izzo homered, blasting his 10th of the season to improve St. Paul to 14-1 on the season.
Bristol Central 6, Newington 2: Bristol Central defeated Newington Tuesday night, winning 6-2.
Three runs in the top of the third gave BC a lead it never surrendered. Newington scored twice in the bottom of the fifth, but three insurance runs in the top of the seventh had breathing room for BC going into Newington’s final swings.
Bristol Central had extra-base hits from Frank Spirito and Jacoby Banks, both doubles. Newington also had to doubles, belonging to Alex Cappellucci and Nick DiCiaccio.
Spirito ended the day 3-for-4 with a double and three RBIs. Matt Beaucar ended the night 2-for-3 with two RBIs.
Spirito also had a pitching linescore to his credit, ending the game with two innings of work. He relieved Beaucar, who went five innings with four strikeouts and one walk.
Berlin 17 Middletown 0: Middletown boys lacrosse was shutout Tuesday night by Berlin in a 17-0 final.
With his first career shutout, Adam Gauzin led the Redcoats to a win. He stopped five shots for five saves.
With two goals and an assist each, Bruce Hrubiec and Dan Veronesi finished the night with three points. Jon McGeever had four points, assisting three scores while scoring once in the win.