ROUNDUP: Rockville volleyball falls to E.O. Smith

VERNON — The Rams fell in heat-breaking fashion, dropping three tightly contested games, 25-23, 25-17, 25-22, to E.O. Smith.

Despite the loss, several Rockville (1-6) players had performances stand out in the loss.

Amy Eitelman had 17 assists, Katia Ruesta had 14 digs, Danielle Wemmell had five kills, Kat Cutting had four kills and Claire Ufongene had four kills.

The Rams look to bounce back against Wethersfield Friday.

Glastonbury girls cross country moves to 6-0

The Glastonbury girls faced off against Windsor and Weaver at Northwest Park last Tuesday.

It was a beautiful sunny day for running and a fairly flat course so many new runners to the team achieved personal records. The top seven Glastonbury girls finished within seconds of each other.

Kristen Arborio stole 2nd place with a time of 21:15.0. Not a millisecond behind sophomore Allison McArdle took 3rd running in at 21:15.0. Two seconds later junior Kaitlyn Hebert crossed the finish line with a time of 21:17.0. Hot on her heels, Kaylee Stebbins snagged the 5th spot with a time of 21:18.0. Freshman Gaelyn Kattman showed her stripes coming in 6th overall with a time of 21:28. Kat Hastings and Cami Santor topped of the varsity seven with strong times of 21:36 and 21:42, taking 7th and 8th place overall.

Glastonbury girls maintain their undefeated title, now holding a record of 6 and 0.

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