By Chris Piccirillo / Zip06.com • 10/18/2021 4:41 AM EST
The Westbrook women’s soccer team had a great week as the Knights won two of their three games and recorded shutouts in both wins. Westbrook won shutouts against Harding-Bassick and North Branford to go with a loss to Old Lyme for an overall record of 3-10 this season.
Westbrook suffered a 5-0 road loss to Old Lyme in their first game of the week on October 11. However, two days later, the Knights secured their second victory of the year with an 8-0 victory over Harding. Bassick in Bridgeport.
Junior Adriana Stranieri scored Westbrook’s first three goals in her win over Harding-Bassick. Stranieri’s first goal was unassisted, his second goal came from an assist from senior captain Gianni Salisbury, and his third goal was assisted by sophomore Kayla Prisley.
Senior Gabriella Koplas scored on an assist from Prisley to bring the score to 4-0, after which junior Gabriela Spash scored for a 5-0 lead. Westbrook’s sixth goal was scored by rookie Giovanna Silva from sophomore Olivia Palumbo, her next goal was scored by rookie Ana Dias Heringer from compatriot Sydney Young, and the Knights’ eighth and final goal came from the foot of senior Sadie Susie.
Senior goal captain Alexandra Zanzalari started the game in goal for Westbrook and then came out of the net to play on the pitch and make a contribution on offense.
Then, on Oct. 15, Westbrook hosted North Branford and shut out the Thunderbirds by a score of 4-0.
Westbrook’s men’s soccer team claimed their third victory of the season when the Knights shut out North Branford last week. Westbrook also suffered a loss to Old Lyme and is 3-10 overall for the year.
Westbrook hosted Old Lyme on October 12 and lost a 3-2 decision to the Wildcats. Three days later, the Knights played a road game against North Branford and earned a 9-0 victory over the Thunderbirds.
The Westbrook-Old Lyme (W-OL) field hockey team had some wins last week posting 1-0 wins over Haddam-Killingworth and Morgan. The Knights also suffered a loss to Waterford to establish their overall record at 4-10 on the campaign.
On October 12, Westbrook hosted Haddam-Killingworth and edged the Cougars 1-0. Rookie Megan Bache scored the Knights’ goal to propel the team to victory. Second-year goaltender Abby Demers made two saves to secure the shutout.
Then, on October 14, the Knights played a home game against Morgan and won that game by a 1-0 final. Junior Caroline Dias found the back of the net for Westbrook to score the game’s only score. Demers stopped four shots for another shutout in goal.
Two days later, Westbrook suffered a 7-2 loss to Waterford in a non-conference game.