CHS Ice Hockey And Basketball Groups Drop Rivalry Video games On Saturday

On Saturday on the Northford Ice Pavilion, Cheshire Excessive College ice hockey (0-3) fell to a livid comeback from unbeaten Sheehan (5-0). CHS led 2-0 and 3-1, however the Titans capitalized on penalties to shut the sport with six targets within the final two intervals.

Within the first interval, Cheshire jumped forward on targets by senior assistant captain Aidan Gaudet and his sophomore brother Will. Sheehan senior Joe Romano scored simply 38 seconds into the second, however CHS answered again with a purpose from senior assistant captain Thor Novicelli with 10:35 remaining within the interval.

From there, a string of 4 penalties keyed Sheehan’s rally. With 2:47 left within the second, Romano scored his second purpose on the facility play to chop the deficit to 3-2.

After Cheshire picked up a roughing penalty to finish the interval, Sheehan junior James Stratton netted a power-play purpose to tie the sport only a minute and 36 seconds into the third.

In what could be the eventual game-winner, Sheehan senior Luke Festa scored with 10:27 remaining to snap the 3-3 tie. Anthony Romano, Festa, and senior Joe Richo netted the ultimate three targets to interrupt open the sport.

For Cheshire, senior captain Niklas Vasiljevs earned two assists. Aidan Gaudet, Novicelli, and seniors Cullen Wiley and Mark Lindner additionally had assists. Lindner picked up his first level.

Anthony Romano recorded three assists for Sheehan. Joe Romano picked up two assists, whereas Festa, juniors Brendan Hilinski and Andry Man, Stratton, senior Dylan Hennessey, and sophomore Avery Solan all had one.

Sheehan led 34-20 in pictures. For CHS, junior Amaan Chaudhry made 27 saves for the second straight sport. Sheehan sophomore Justin Lyon made eight saves within the first interval and junior Luca Mange posted 9 within the final two frames.

Subsequent Thursday, Cheshire seeks their first win in visiting Newington Ice Enviornment to face host Glastonbury (0-2) at 4:30 p.m.

Women’ Basketball (1-3)

CHS dropped a rivalry sport, 42-32, at Shelton (3-1). The Gaelettes led 10-2 on the shut of the primary quarter, however Cheshire battled again to take a 17-16 lead at halftime. Junior Grace Lurz, who paced Cheshire with 14 factors, hit a pair of three-pointers within the second quarter.

The Rams held a 26-22 benefit within the third, however Shelton used their measurement inside to reel off an 11-0 spurt into the fourth quarter. Throughout that span, senior Clarissa Pierre and junior Laryssa Guimaraes Gabriel mixed to attain 10 factors on point-blank pictures.

Pierre (16) and Guimaraes Gabriel (12) completed with double-digit factors, serving to Shelton outscore CHS, 16-6, within the fourth to snap a 26-26 tie.

Junior Tess Givens, seniors Ella Watson and Kaylee Clark, and sophomore Taylor Fitzgerald all had 4 factors for Cheshire. Givens battled towards a tall entrance courtroom by way of out the sport.

Junior Emily Grayson additionally scored on an offensive rebound within the second quarter.

On Monday, CHS travels to play East Haven (0-4) at 6 p.m.

Boys’ Basketball (1-2)

Cheshire misplaced 51-40 at Xavier (2-1) in Middletown. The Falcons raced out to an 11-3 lead within the first quarter, however the Rams rallied to chop the deficit to 21-19

Xavier returned within the third to outscore CHS, 16-6, and regain management. Falcons sophomore Justin Menard (22) and senior Parker Hunter (15) have been the game-high level scorers.

After not scoring within the first two video games, senior tri-captain Yasha Laskin tallied a personal-high 13 factors and three three-pointers for Cheshire. Junior Luke Nieman equipped 9 factors, together with a three-pointer.

Juniors EJ Quint (5) and Eric Levens (three) each netted their first varsity factors. They every made a three-pointer.

Senior tri-captain Conner DeLaubell and senior Honest Myers had 4 factors apiece. Sophomore Jack Markarian added two factors.

After opening the 12 months with three street video games, the Rams may have their dwelling opener towards East Haven (1-1) on Monday at 6 p.m.

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