2017 Boys Lacrosse All Conference

NORTH Region

East Catholic - Mike Bazzano, Tim Carlson, Caleb Daly, Aric Graves, Jack Larose, Dante Pasqualone, JakeTellers

Farmington - Tim Arena, Connor Hillemeir, Mike Rose

NW Catholic - Spencer Merkel ,James Nicholas

Newington - Rob Petronio

South Windsor - Kyran Blackwell, Connor Dunn, Kyle Foley, Matt Greer Michael Greider, Jake Klemba, Matt Mulcahy, Tyler Osit

CENTRAL Region

Avon - Chase Gordon, Jack Jones     

Conard - Sam LeFante, Sebastian Suarez

Glastonbury - Aidan Flood, Dylan Gesswin, Michael Hawkins, Ronan Jacoby, Griffin Jagel, Austin Larabee, Carson Maschek, Jared Nelson, Gino Nuzzolo, Ryan Solecki, Mark Zimmerman

Hall - Theo Blaschinski, Max Congdon, Alan Horner

Simsbury - Riley Chapman, Demitri George, Jake Magaw, Sean Penney

Southington - Brandon Slade

SOUTH Region

Berlin - Peter Albert, Mark Bednarczyk, TJ Hebert, Jack Lombardo, James Mazzarella      

Bristol Central - Cody Hildebrand, Connor Staubley           

Bristol Eastern - Alex Durand           

Rockville - Kody Messler, Colin Neal, Nick Oullette           

Rocky Hill - Andrew Albano, Kris Begen, Matt Cavallo, Sam Cimini, Hunter Held, Peter Lucente, Ricky Mantavallo     

Tolland - Trevor Boutot, Aiden D'Mato, Dylan D'Mato

Windsor - Sean Higgins, Devon McKenzie   

2017 Girls Lacrosse All Conference

NORTH Region

Glastonbury: Catherine Guanci , Caroline Bogue , Julia Ostrowski, Bryn Murray, Kate Tashjian, Tori Hurley

Conard: Gwen Geisler, Maya Feigenbaum, Gillian Haverty, Faith Haverty, Maggie Murray, Kate Shaffer

Farmington: Louise Thompson, Ali Sheehy, Alma Thompson, Allie Kawiecki

Hall: Gabrielle Gershon, Erica Rothenberg

Avon: Rachel Spijak, Emma Coran

South Windsor: Lauren Crusha, Ali Martin

Southington: Morgan Raymond, Jessica Pesce

 

SOUTH Region

Berlin: Olivia Curtain

Bristol Co-Op: Meghan Hamel   

East Catholic: Natalie Heaney, Alexa Weber, Keily Callahan, Macy Wilcox        

Newington: Megan Andrews, Maya Gajowiak      

NWC: Claire Carew        

RHAM: Michelle Guppy, Cameryn Antler      

Rockville: Sydney Fournier, Samantha Peters    

Rocky Hill: Emily Zarrilli, Katarzyna Drozdzal   

Tolland: Cory Mahlstedt, Lauren Janton, Kaleigh Hoffman   

Windsor: Amanda Brown, Carrisa Brown, Amber DeCarlo, Kaitlyn Kijak    

2016 Boys Cross Country All Conference

NORTH Region

BLUE Division

East Catholic - Evan Kennedy, Heath Olivieri, Cooper Shifrin, Peter Crowley  

Manchester - Joe Pearl, Tim Rowe, Thomas Kropp  

WHITE Division

EO Smith – Orkan Olgac, Finn Morrison

Enfield – Matthew Bourque

RHAM – Joe Sciano

Tolland – Josh Bedard, Stephen Sutton, Nolan Alexander, Killian McNamee, David Hatch, Alec Sauter, Hayden Rublewski

 

CENTRAL Region

BLUE Division

Conard - Samuel Nanni

Glastonbury - Chris Davis, Chris Dency, Chris Reeves, Jacob Smith, Sam Wilcox

Hall - Miller Anderson, Miles Aranow, Trey Cormier, Patrick Keith, Dylan Rendon, Mack Reynolds, Jake Rocheleau

Simsbury - Soloman Davis, Matthew Gutierrez, Michael Kokines

Southington - Conor Leone, Mark Murdy, Tom Murdy

WHITE Division

Avon – Zach Bortoff, Jonathan Hernandez, Andrew Mascoli, Jack Schmittlein, Jack Stokesbury.

Northwest Catholic --Brian Waterston

Windsor – Sean McCarty

 

SOUTH Region

BLUE Division

Bristol Central – Matthew Roy, Ben Funk

Bristol Eastern – Harrison Dayton

Newington – Thomas Doyle, Aiden Toth

Wethersfield – Garrett Tougas, Matt Pazdziora

WHITE Division

Middletown - Michael Ahern, Jalen Coleman, Matt Lecky, Stefano Mazzeo

Rocky Hill - Jason Oostendorop

Plainville - Cole McNamara, Conor McNamara

2015 Boys Soccer Tournament

Wethersfield Wins Overtime Thriller

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Lukas Szymecki scored three minutes into the game and then again with six minutes left in the second overtime to lift Wethersfield to a 2-1 win over Glastonbury for its first CCC Tournament championship. ImageKeeper Dan Slayton held the #1 seed scoreless until late in the game when the Tomahawks tied it on a penalty kick, then withstood a strong Glastonbury push in overtime to preserve the win.

Wethersfield avenged an earlier 4-0 loss to Glastonbury during the regular season. It was the second povertime win of the tournament for the Eagles who needed extra time to beat South Windsor in the semi finals. Szymecki scored all four of the Wethersfield goals in the tournament.




Wethersfield advanced to the finals with a pair of hard fought 1-0 victories over East Hartford and South Windsor. Glastonbury advanced by ousting E.O. Smith and Avon by identical 3-0 scores. It was the first time in the tournament finals for both teams.

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Divisional Winners (overall record) & points-3-win, 1-tie):

#1 - Glastonbury (14-2) 42 pts. Central Blue Winner
#2 - Wethersfield (13-2-1) 40 pts. South Blue Winner, wins "Goals Against" tie-breaker over South Windsor and Tolland
#3 - South Windsor (13-2-1) 40 pts. North Blue Winner, wins "Head-to-head" tie-breaker over Tolland
#4 - Tolland (13-2-1) 40 pts. North White Winner
#5 - Avon (11-5-0) 33 pts. Central White Winner (wins "Goals Against" tie-breaker over Farmington), wins "Most Wins" tie-breaker over Berlin
#6 - Berlin (10-3-3) 33 pts. South White Winner


Wildcard Teams:
#7 - East Hartford (13-2-1) 40 pts.
#8 - EO Smith (13-3-0) 39 pts.

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Here are the Quarterfinal Details:
Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015
#1 Glastonbury 3, #8 E.O. Smith 0
#2 Wethersfield 1, #7 East Hartford 0
#3 South Windsor 3, #6 Berlin 1
#5 Avon 2, #4 Tolland 1

Semifinals on Monday, November 2nd:

Glastonbury 3, Avon 0
Wethersfield 1, South Windsor 0

Championship will be Wednesday, November 4th, 7:00 pm at Middletown High School.

#2 Wethersfield 2, #1 Glastonbury 1 (OT)

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