Caitlyn Linden scored on a free kick in the first half and on a penalty kick in the second to give Immaculate-Danbury a 2-0 win over Wethersfield in CIAC Class L girls soccer semifinal Nov. 12 in West Haven. CPTV Sports was there and will show the broadcast premiere Monday Nov. 17 at 7:30pm.
Goalie Kristen Rossler had four saves for sixth-seeded Immaculate (13-2-4), which meets Avon in the Class L final Saturday Nov. 15 at 10:00am at West Haven High.
Sameer Budaj had 16 saves for Wethersfield (13-5-1). Read the game story from the Danbury News-Times’ Jon Chik here.
Sophomore Madison Seymour scored with 17:38 remaining to give Glastonbury High a 1-0 victory over RHAM-Hebron in the CCC girls soccer tournament championship game Oct. 29 at Middletown High. CPTV Sports was there and will show the broadcast premiere Sunday Nov. 2 at 4:00pm
Glastonbury (18-1) won its first confernce title. RHAM goalie Christina Folsom had 13 saves for RHAM (16-3) and Abbey Renaud had three for Glastonbury. The Tomahawks (Class LL) and Sachems (L) are likely to be top seeds in their divisions in the CIAC tournament.
Read the game story by TheSportsDept.com’s Dan Atkinson here.
Emma Rusconi, Andrea Basilicato and Julia Carr scored in the second half to give Guilford High a 3-0 SCC girls soccer victory over Branford Oct. 13 in a rematch of last year’s SCC final and CIAC Class L state tournament final. CPTV Sports was there and will show replays in coming days.
Guilford,the SCC co-leader and one of the top-rated teams in Class L, improved to 9-2. Jenna Vitale had 11 saves for Branford (4-8). Emily Stephens had seven saves for Guilford, which outshot Branford 14-9.
Grace Moore scored with three minutes remaining off a corner kick to give Rocky Hill a 1-0 CCC girls soccer victory over RHAM-Hebron Sept. 30 in Rocky Hill. CPTV Sports was there and will show the broadcast premiere Saturday Oct. 4 at 7:00pm and several more times in upcoming days.
Marissa Careiera had three saves for Rocky Hill (5-3-1), which beat RHAM (5-2) for the first time since 2011. Christina Folsom had three saves for RHAM.
Alicia Susi scored a late second-half goal to give Northwest Catholic a 4-3 victory over neighborhood rival Hall in a CCC West girls soccer game Sept. 23 in West Hartford. CPTV Sports was there and will show the broadcast premiere Saturday Sept. 27 at 8:30 p.m. and several more times in upcoming days (see replay dates below).
Rachel Elliott, Bailey Julian and Maddie Borowiec also scored for Northwest (5-1). Hannah Merritt, Melanie Binkhorst, and Kianna Alleyne scored for Hall (3-2-1) Goalies Becca Molin (Northwest) and Claudia Hess both had two saves.
Gina Carroll had five saves to help Ellington preserve a 0-0 tie with Suffield in girls soccer Sept. 18. CPTV Sports was there and will show replays in upcoming days (see below).
Suffield goalie Jessica Cunningham did not have to make a save for the Wildcats (2-0-1). Ellington is 1-0-2. The match between NCCC rivals — which ended with two five-minute overtimes — does not count in the league standings; the rematch is Oct. 18.
CPTV Sports will cover four regular-season high school girls soccer games this fall, starting with the Old Saybrook at Portland game Sept. 18. 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.
Suffield defeated Mercy 3-1 in the semifinals of the Class LL girls soccer tournament at Middletown High Nov. 11. On Nov. 16, St. Joseph’s-Trumbull defeated Suffield 2-1 in the Class LL final. Suffield ended the 2013 season 19-1; St. Joe’s was 22-0-1.
Melina Spanos scored twice to lead Waterford to a 2-1 victory over Tolland in the Class M girls soccer semifinals Nov. 12 in Middletown. Waterford went on to win the Class M title, defeating Haddam-Killingworth 1-0 in Middletown Nov. 16. Spanos, a senior, will attend the University of Hartford.
Led by two late first-half goals and a solid defensive performance, Northwest Catholic defeated host Middletown 2-1 to win the first CCC girls soccer tournament championship Oct. 30. Northwest Catholic (15-1-3) was trailing 1-0 with 2:13 left in the first half when the Indians’ Michy Medina collected a loose ball at the top of the box and beat Middletown goalie Desiree Hinton to make to make it 1-1. A minute later, Northwest took the lead when junior Madison Borowiec found junior Alicia Susi inside the box for a goal at the near post.