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St. Michael wins CC invitational


UNCASVILLE — St. Michael’s boys’ and girls’ cross country team finished second in the Catholic Middle School XC Invitational meet Saturday at St. Bernard High.

St. Michael’s Chase Flynn won the 1.8-mile boys’ race in 11 minutes, 21 seconds.

St. Bernard was the top team with 31 points. St. Michael’s and St. Patrick tied for second with 53. The combined finish of the sixth and seventh runners was used to break the tie. St. Michael’s runners were a combined 51, while St. Patrick’s was a combined 53.

Other scorers for St. Michael’s were Kyle Remmert (fourth, 11:31), Andrew Castagliulo (14th, 12:58), George Hillegass (16th, 13:08) and Ethan Murphy (18th, 13:47). The two runners that combined to break the tie were Sean Peglow (24th, 14:37) and Daniel Robinson (27th, 14:53).

St. Michel’s girls’ finished with 60 points trailing only St. Bernard’s 22.

Scorers for the girls’ team were Brigid Kunka (eighth, 13:33), Abby Remmert (ninth, 13:35), Rachel Kunka (12th, 13:45), Yiyi Courtney (14th, 13:50) and Grace Kane (17th, 14:12).

BOYS’ SOCCER

Lisbon ...................................................2

Wheeler ................................................1

LISBON — Lisbon jumped on Wheeler for two goals in the first 8 minutes and hung on to give the Lions their first loss of the season Monday.

Wheeler (5-1) cut the gap to 2-1 with 4 minutes left in the game when Isaac Wilkinson made a steal in front of the goal, passed to Shawn Kinard, who then passed to Nate Cherenzia, who booted the ball in for a goal.

Cherenzia nearly tied the game with a minute remaining but his 20-yard direct kick hit the post.

Wheeler had 18 shots on goal. Ian Spracklin made eight saves for Wheeler, which plays Wednesday at Preston.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Lisbon ...................................................2

Wheeler ................................................1

NORTH STONINGTON — Emma Morgan scored a goal, and Savannah Galluci had 15 saves for Wheeler in Monday’s game.

The Lions play home 4 p.m. Wednesday against Sayles School.



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