Boys and Girls Lacrosse State Tournament Results

Below are the CIAC Tournament results for the boys and girls lacrosse teams in The Sports Department’s coverage area so far. The boys teams will play in the quarterfinal round on Saturday, while the girls will compete in the semifinals  this upcoming Tuesday. The Glastonbury and Somers boys teams and the Somers girls team are still alive.

BOYS LACROSSE

First Round

Class L

No. 2 Glastonbury 22, No. 18 NFA 0: The Tomahawks destroyed NFA, with six players scoring multiple times. Mike Hawkins led the way with 5 goals. Glastonbury will face No. 10 Staples on Saturday.

Class M

No. 10 Guilford 12, No. 7 South Windsor 6: The Bobcats offense struggled to get going in the upset loss. Matt Greer scored 3 goals for South Windsor, while Rob Liricco and John Alton each had 3 for Guilford. SWHS ends the season 11-6.

Class S

No. 2 Somers 20, No. 18 Tolland 5: Somers cruised to an easy win behind its offense. Spencer Beebe and Ray McCarthy both scored four goals, while Christian Bailey and Stephen Astone each had 3. Riley Daigle scored three goals for Tolland. SHS will face No. 10 St. Joseph in the quarterfinals. Tolland ends the season 7-10.

No. 5 Rocky Hill 13, No. 12 Immaculate 11: Patrick Sullivan, Jared Anderson and Peter Lucente stepped up for Rocky Hill in an exciting win. Sullivan had 6 goals and Anderson 4, while Lucente stretched his way to 14 saves. The Terriers will face No. 13 Weston in the quarterfinals.

GIRLS LACROSSE

First Round

Class L

No. 1 Glastonbury 18, No. 16 Danbury 7: The Tomahawks started the playoffs on the right foot with a strong performance. Five players scored multiple goals, led by Maddie Norman’s 4.

Class S

No. 3 Somers 15, No. 14 Rocky Hill 5: Six Somers players led the way by scoring multiple goals, led by Ashlie Delskey’s 4. Maddie Mastri scored all 5 Terriers goals. Rocky Hill ended the season at 8-9.

No. 2 Old Saybrook 11, No. 15 Ellington 8: Ellington played well but ultimately feel short in its upset attempt. EHS ended the season at 7-10.

Quarterfinals

Class L

No. 9 Wilton 13, No. 1 Glastonbury 9: The Tomaahwks suffered the upset thanks to a strong all-around performance by Wilton. Three WHS players scored three goals. Maddie Norman did her best to prevent the loss, scoring four goals. Glastonbury ends the season at 15-3.

Class S

No. 3 Somers 15, No. 11 Northwest Catholic 14 (OT): Somers outlasted Northwest Catholic behind the duo of Danielle Hollister and Madie Renaud and goalie Laura Morton. Hollister and Renaud each scored four goals, while Morton made 14 saves. SHS will match up with No. 2 Old Saybrook Tuesday at a location and time to be announced.

 

 

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