WESTERLY — It was an all Westerly final in the U14 girls’ division at the Vincenzo Nigro Memorial Soccer Tournament Saturday at the Gingerella Sports Complex.
Westerly’s U12 girls were the only team in its age group entered in the tournament, thus they entered the U14 division.
They posted a 3-0-1 record and ultimately won the title, beating Westerly’s U14 squad, 4-2, in the title game.
Sydney Federico led the U12 scoring in the tourney with six goals and two assists.
Brittany Deus had two goals and four assists, Abbey Keegan had three assists and Jamie Murray had two assists. Sadie Benn, Murray, Meghan Morrone and Skye Byrne scored one goal each.
Goalkeeper Macie Woycik, Murray, Ellie Page and Emily Haik played well defensively.
For the Westerly U14 girls, Abigail Murdock scored five goals, Emmanuelle Givens had two, and Audra Arsenault and Katherine Rosivach scored one each.
Audra Arsenault had three assists, Hope Goodman and Givens had two assists and Murdock added one assist.
Emiliee Sisco and Samantha Stuart played well defensively and Adeline Fauth and Alisa Haik played well in goal.
Diana Turano and Gia Keegan scored two goals each to lead the Westerly U10 girls Blue to a 3-0 record in the tourney.
Emma Keegan and Rachel Dobson scored one goal each. Emma Keegan added two assists, while Mackenzie Fusaro, Turano and Madison O’Neil chipped in one assist apiece.
Outstanding defensive players included Jaclyn Fusaro, Nina Cillino, Willa Hetu, and Lydia Gladski.
The Westerly under 11 youth soccer team dropped all three of its games in the tournament.
Westerly lost 2-1 to Warwick Firefighters, 4-1 to the Stonington Sharks and 3-1 to Middletown.
Sam Luzzi had two goals and an assist for the tournament.
Michael Imbriglio had a goal and an assist and Colby Makin picked up an assist.
Goalie Chas Morgan, defenseman Sean Rafferty and defenseman Blake Busch were the outstanding players.
Westerly tied in the White vs. Blue game but lost its other two contests.
Westerly (White) tied 2-2 with Westerly (Blue) but Westerly lost 11-0 to Cumberland and 10-1 to the Stonington Sharks.
Elliot Santo scored twice and Bryce Holden scored once.Luke Trebisacci and Joel Henry each had an assist. Golie Ryan Scanapieco, defenseman Chad Mayne and defenseman Dylan Fister were the outstanding players.
Jonathan Saluan scored three goals and Tyler Rafferty added two goals as the Westerly-Lombard U10 Boys (Blue) went 1-1-1 in the tournament. Dominick Lombard, Jack Healy and Jacob Gaccione played well.
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