Sports Roundup: Southington girls soccer finishes season unbreaten with win over Farmington

Published on Thursday, 5 November 2020 21:06


FARMINGTON - The Southington girls soccer team heads into postseason play without a blemish on its resume.

The Blue Knights, after finishing the 2019 regular season undefeated en route to a state championship appearance, finished an encore in 2020 after beating Farmington 4-1 on Thursday, the team’s 12th win of the season in as many games.

Southington jumped out to a 3-1 lead at the half after falling behind 1-0 early thanks to a Farmington goal from Sabrina Krouse off a feed from Abigail Reynolds. Maya Wroblewski tied the match with an unassisted goal shortly after, then picked up an assist on a goal by Morgan Hubert to give the Blue Knights the lead. Shannon Litchfield added an insurance goal when she and Micaela Potamis connected for a tally, and Shannon Litchfield put the game away in the second half off an assist from Chloe Bauman.

Emily Eigo made six saves in net for Southington, while the Blue Knights offense kept Farmington goalkeeper Margaret Huelin busy, forcing the netminder to make 17 saves.


Bristol Central 3, Lewis Mills 0: All six Rams seniors shined in Central’s final regular season game, which ended in a dominant sweep (25-10, 25-20, 25-19).

Emily Ericson finished the match with 15 kills, while Gwen Torreso dished out 24 assists. Brooke Soucy picked up five digs, Jadyn Bauer added seven kills, and Destiny Potter had two digs of her own. Kayla St. Onge had a strong night overall, recording six kills and six service aces.

Posted in The Bristol Press, Bristol Central, Southington on Thursday, 5 November 2020 21:06. Updated: Thursday, 5 November 2020 21:08.