Eve Rini’s goal stood up for the Guilford girls soccer team in its 1-0 win over Hand Friday afternoon in a Southern Connecticut Conference home win.
Arianna Tomassi had the assist. Both teams featured first-year head coaches, Regina Sullivan for Guilford and Robb McConville for Hand.
Mercy 3, Cheshire 1: Grace Riegler had two goals and Katie Menard had two assists to lead the Tigers to their SCC win in Cheshire. Melina Ford had seven saves for the Tigers. Seymone Rosenberg had four saves for the Rams.
Wilbur Cross 8, Career/Hillhouse 0: Charlotte Buterbaugh had a hat trick and Lila Kleppner added a pair of goals for Wilbur Cross in its SCC win at New Haven. Lia Konicki had three assists for the Governors.
Coginchaug 3, Westbrook 0: Charlotte Dunleavy and Katie Farr scored three goals each to lead the Blue Devils to their Shoreline Conference win. Samantha Paul added two goals for the Blue Devils. Alexandra Zanzalari had 18 saves for the Knights.
Shelton 1, Amity 0: Noelle Garretson scored in the first half to lead the Gaels to their SCC win in Woodbridge. Grace Lodewick had five saves for the Spartans.
Foran 1, Law 0: Christian Boutote scored in the 49th minute to lead the Lions to their SCC win in Milford Thursday night. Luca Marinelli had five saves for the Lions. Jayden Wywoda had four saves for the Eagles.
Old Saybrook 4, Westbrook 0: Taylor Stone had three goals to lead the Rams to their Shoreline Conference win in Westbrook. Lauren Horne had 11 saves for the Knights.
Samaha Bowl postponed
The 49th annual Samaha Bowl, Wallingford’s annual Powder Puff game held during Thanksgiving week, has been postponed to a later date due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Samaha is credited with the creation of this annual game in 1972. Seniors from both town schools compete in front of one of the largest crowds each year.
“Due to the health conditions at this time, we are postponing Powder Puff until later this school year.,” said Dr. Salvatore F. Menzo, Wallingford’s superintendent of schools, in a statement. “The coaches met with the students this week, and shared the plans to honor the traditions leading up to the big event. We are confident that we will be able to provide a memorable experience for the students thanks to the hard work and commitment of the staff. We will keep everyone posted as the schedule of events is officially announced.”
Samaha, who was inducted into the Connecticut Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 1991, died back in August.
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