By Chris Negrini / Zip06.com • 19.04.2021 04:23 EST
Morgan girls’ lacrosse team opened their campaign in 2021 last week. Morgan started the year on a tear with a couple of victories. These victories gave the Huskies a 2-0 record to start the season.
On April 13, Morgan hosted Haddam-Killingworth and took an 11-8 victory over the Cougars.
The Huskies established a significant 9-4 lead towards the end of the first half, and then kept HK in second on their way to the 11-8 final.
Morgan received four goals from Lindsay Narracci, and Brooke Carlisle scored three goals. Maeve Madura scored two goals, as did Carley Schmidt. Emma Lindsay, Iris Dunham and Emily Smith each provided assistance in the victory.
Marin Stopkoski made 13 saves in the net.
Two days later, the Huskies hosted Old Lyme and secured a 7-5 victory over the Wildcats.
The match was contested all the way, and both teams were a 4-4 draw at the end of the first half. The Huskies saw Schmidt score five goals, while Brooke Carlisle provided one goal and two assists. Madura added a goal and Cailin Steahle provided an assist.
Stopkoski made 11 saves for Morgan in the victory.
Morgan won 7 draws to Old Lyme’s 5.
The Morgan boys’ lacrosse team played their first competition in the 2021 campaign last week. The Huskies ended up having only one game on slate last week due to the incessantly wet weather. Morgan lost its lone competition of the week, and the record fell to 0-1.
On April 13, the Huskies lost a 10-4 road race against Haddam-Killingworth. Tim Lichak scored three goals, while Ben McDonnell had one goal and one assist in the loss. Seamus Staunton and Nico Cimino also added assists.
The Morgan baseball team picked up its first win of the season last week. The Huskies played three games and came away from this week’s slate with a 1-3 record of the season.
On April 12, Morgan went to the Deep River to take on Valley Regional and took a 9-1 loss. On the mound for the Huskies were Garret Garbinski, Sean Green and Lucas Hoadley.
Two days later, Morgan hosted Cromwell and lost 15-11 to the Panthers.
Senior Dominic Carpenter scored five RBIs for the Huskies in the loss.
On April 17, Haddam-Killingworth was in town, and the Huskies took a 4-3 home win over the Cougars.
Junior Mike Pelletier threw eight innings and was relieved by second junior Garret Garbinski threw the final frame and struck out all three strokes he faced. Carpenter added a double in support of the Huskies victory.
Huskies played had three competitions on last week’s slate. Morgan picked up one win and two losses in the fights. As a result, Morgan moved the record to 2-2 on the campaign.
On April 12, the Huskies took a skewed 14-2 home win over Valley Regional.
Kacey Edwards had a fantastic 3-for-5 record with three goals, and Colleen Edwards delivered a 3-for-4 show with two races and two RBIs. Alex Duval had a hit, a run and an RBI. Angelina Herbst went three times and scored three races as a result. Sydney Robinson went 3-for-4 and ran in a couple of races. Alyssa Maikowski delivered a hit and an RBI. Bianca Arias had a couple of trips and an RBI.
Kacey Edwards also got the win on the mound and struck out nine strokes.
Two days later, Morgan dropped a 4-1 road race against Cromwell. The Huskies had a hard time getting their offense started. Only Duval, Kacey Edwards and Herbst managed to get basic hits. Kacey Edwards also scored a run in the loss.
On April 17, Morgan went up against Haddam-Killingworth on the road and took a 15-5 loss to the Cougars.
Morgan got the score started with two races at the top of the first half, but gave up three races to HK at the bottom of the frame. In the second half, the Cougars scored nine races to take a 12-2 lead. Morgan went on to score one race at the top of the third and two races at the top of the fourth round to make it 12-5. HK scored three more races at the bottom of the fifth to extend the lead to the 15-5 final margin.
Colleen Edwards went 2-for-4 and scored a race, while Eva O’Sullivan went 2-for-4 with a pair of RBIs. Bianca Arias also went 2-for-4 with a race scored and an RBI, while Sydney Robinson went 2-for4 with an RBI and a race scored. Herbst had a hit, a run and an RBI, while Kacey Edwards delivered a hit and an RBI.
Morgan girls’ tennis team played a slate in three games last week. The Huskies secured two wins and lost in their competitions. With these results, Morgan’s record moved to 3-1 this season.
On April 12, the Huskies hosted East Hampton and claimed a 6-1 victory over the Bellringers.
Two days later, Morgan earned a 4-3 home win against Coginchaug.
On April 17, the Huskies hosted the Valley Regional and took a 4-3 loss to the Warriors.
The Huskies opened the spring season last week with a couple of games. Morgan took losses in both competitions, and their record fell to 0-2 to start the year.
On April 12, Morgan hosted East Hampton and took a 7-0 loss in the match.
On April 17, the Huskies traveled to the Deep River to occupy the Valley Regional. Morgan lost a 7-0 competition to the Warriors.
Morgan played his first game of the season in last week’s action. The Huskies played a home game against Portland at the Clinton Country Club and lost to the Highlanders. The defeat moved Morgan’s record to 0-1 to start the season.
On April 14, Morgan lost 162-175 to Portland.
Jason Cohen had 35 strokes on the scorecard, which was a draw to the match’s lowest score. As a result, Cohen was a co-medalist in the match. Andrew Nye scored a score of 42, Nicholas Schmidt scored 48 strokes, and Cole Crowley finished with a 50.