Colton Grob scored the game’s first goal seven minutes into the second half to lead Suffield High to a 3-0 NCCC boys soccer victory over visiting Ellington Sept. 18. CPTV Sports was there and will show the broadcast premiere Monday Sept. 22 at 8:30pm.
Suffield (3-0) won its 38th game in a row, five short of tying the state record. Ellington (2-1) was the last to beat Suffield, Sept. 27, 2012.
The game was a rematch of last year’s Class M final won by Suffield 2-0. The Wildcats are the three-time defending Class M champions and Read the game story by The Hartford Courant’s Matthew Conyers here.
Evan Hughes, Jared Edelson and Alec Maccarone scored to give host Farmington High a 3-0 victory over Newington in a CCC boys soccer game Sept. 15. CPTV Sports was there and will show replays in upcoming days (check broadcast schedule).
Farmington, the defending state Class L champion, improved to 3-0. Jeff Crook had one save for the Indians. Edelson scored on a penalty kick early in the second half.
Erik Ribeiro had a first-half hat trick to lead Conard to a 5-1 high school boys soccer win over Berlin in a CCC interdivisional game Sept. 9 in West Hartford. CPTV Sports was there and will show the broadcast premiere Saturday Sept. 13 at 7:00pm.
Sebastian Rengifo and Lennert Windhorst also scored for the Conard. Justin Park scored for Berlin in the second half.
CPTV Sports will cover five regular-season high school boys soccer games this fall, starting with the Berlin at Conard-West Hartford game Sept. 9. All will be shown on a tape-delay basis. We’ll also be covering selected games in the CIAC tournament. Find links to the entire 2014 fall sports coverage schedule here.
Led by two goals by senior Sabri Akter and two saves from Jeff Crook, eighth-seeded Farmington High defeated second-seeded Joel Barlow-Redding 4-0 in the Class L boys soccer championship game Nov. 16. It was Farmington’s second straight title and 11th in program history.
Glastonbury High scored on a Ridgefield own goal with three minutes left in regulation to tie the score, and the teams went on to play a 1-1 tie in the Class LL boys soccer championship game Nov. 16 in Waterbury. By Connecticut rule, the teams were declared co-champions after 90 minutes of regulation and 20 of overtime.
Colin Cheeseman scored in each half to lead Farmington to a 2-0 win over previously unbeaten RHAM in the championship game of the first CCC boys soccer tournament Oct. 30 in Middletown. CCC West champion Farmington, which went on to win the Class L title, improved to 15-1-3. RHAM dropped to 16-1-2.