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10/02/2023 03:21 PM

Old Saybrook Field Hockey Wins Three, Cross Country Shines at League Meet

Parker Cook finished in second place for the Old Saybrook boys’ cross country team at the Small Schools League Meet on Sept. 27. Photo by Wesley Bunnell/Harbor News


Morgan-Old Saybrook-Westbrook football traveled to Cromwell/Portland on Oct. 1 and lost 35-6.

Boys’ Soccer

On Sept. 27, the Old Saybrook boys’ soccer team hosted Suffield and tied 1-1.

Girls’ Soccer

On Sept. 26, Old Saybrook girls’ soccer traveled to Valley Regional and won 2-1.

Two days later, the Rams hit the road to Morgan and fell 1-0. Goalkeeper Kylie Lake recorded six saves in the loss.

Field Hockey

Old Saybrook field hockey hosted Suffield on Sept. 25 and won 3-1. Junior captain Ayla D’Anna notched a hat trick, scoring two goals in the second quarter and the final goal midway through the fourth quarter. All three goals were assisted by senior captain Amelia Sigersmith. Junior Erin Fiorelli had seven saves in the cage.

Two days later, the team traveled to Morgan and grabbed a 9-1 win. Sophomore midfielder Kendall Dobratz came away with four goals, and D’Anna scored two goals. Sigersmith added two scores, with one coming on a penalty stroke. Junior Hanna DePuma scored the final goal. Fiorelli recorded two saves.

On Sept. 30, Old Saybrook hit the road to Fitch and grabbed a 2-1 victory. Dobratz scored on a corner off an assist by junior Lila Cadley. Then, with time running down on the clock, the Rams got the ball into the scoring circle and were able to get a corner due to a defensive foul in the circle. With no time left on the clock, Desmond was able to score off an assist by Sigersmith. Fiorelli had four saves in the contest.

Cross Country

The Old Saybrook boys’ and girls’ cross country teams competed at the Small Schools League Meet at Old Lyme on Sept. 27. Both teams raced well, especially the boys, who lost to Hale Ray (37-39), but beat Coginchaug (39-114), Portland (39-53), and Lyme-Old Lyme (39-91).

The girls beat Lyme-Old Lyme (67- No Score), lost to Coginchaug (52-67), fell to Portland (57-67), and took a loss vs. Hale Ray (42-67).

Top finishers for the boys included Parker Cook (No. 2), Everett Miller (No. 4), Ngwang Choegyal (No. 6), Gordon Martino (No. 12), and Chase Comboni (No. 15).

Top finishers for the girls were Carlina Castro (No. 4), Hannah Belknap (No. 14), Cassandra Garcia (No. 15), Mia Casertano (No. 17), and Catherine Pamment (No. 18).