HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP Frederick, DeVita lead Sacred Heart to win
Sophomores Alana Frederick and Isabel DeVita registered two goals apiece for Sacred Heart Greenwich in its 7-1 win over host Masters School in an FAA soccer game played on Thursday.
Junior Leah Atkins, sophomore Lara Patricio and senior Athena Corroon each added one goal for the Tigers, who seized a commanding 6-0 halftime lead.
Frederick started the Tigers’ scoring surge, tallying in the eighth minute. Atkins scored in the 12th minute off an assist from junior Amelia Sheehan. Frederick’s second goal came in the 25th minute and was set up by Sheehan.
DeVita gave Sacred Heart a 4-0 lead in the 30th minute and scored again in the 34th minute. Patricio assisted on DeVita’s first goal and sophomore Hannah Dempsey had the assist on Devita’s second tally.
Patricio’s first-half game came in the 38th minute. Corroon, who starts in goal, played in the field in the second half and scored in the 75th minute. Frederick posted the assist. Senior Claire Liddy made two second-half saves in the win.
“It was pleasing to see us take our chances early in the game to put the game out of reach by halftime,” Tigers coach Stuart Smith said.
Sacred Heart (10-6-1) hosts King School today at 4 p.m.
GREENWICH ACADEMY FIELD HOCKEY
Greenwich Academy stretched its winning streak to nine games, defeating Greens Farms Academy, 3-0, in an FAA field hockey game held on Thursday.
With the win, the Gators raised their record to 13-1. Julia Freedman scored the game’s first goal, knocked in a rebound with 26:55 remaining in the first half. Katharine Glassmeyer had the initial shot on goal for GA.
Sophie Freedman made it 2-0, tallying off a rebound at the 19:59 mark of the first half. Grace Schulze assisted on the goal. Schulze sealed the scoring with a goal 1:30 into the second half.
Goalie Hamilton Doster made three saves for GA, which registered 15 shots on goal and drew four penalty corners. Greens Farms Academy had three shots on goal.
Up next for Greenwich Academy is a road game at Deerfield Academy Sunday at 1 p.m. GA begins action in the FAA Tournament on Wednesday as the No. 1 seed.