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Cheshire High School girls' soccer (10-1-2; 5-0-2 in Housatonic Division) finished in a tie 2-2 with Shelton (7-2-4; 4-1-3) again yesterday. CHS secured eighth Housatonic crown in 10 years. Junior Lily Dolyak and senior Kelsie Carlette scored to even the game 2-2 in the first half, while sophomore Alexandra Pelletier and senior Nicole Stauffer chipped in assists. Junior goalkeeper Natalie Reynolds left the game with an injury, so sophomore Alicia Gray took over. CHS ended ahead 20-11 in shots.
The Lady Rams visit Lyman Hall (2-7-2; 0-4) to end the Housatonic slate on Friday at 3:45 p.m. Cheshire won 11-0 on Oct. 3.
Girls' Volleyball (14-1; 6-1)
Cheshire took the series 3-0 against Mercy (12-2). Game scores were 25-22, 25-23, 26-24. Juniors Eryn Dorsey (personal-best 11 kills; six digs) and Phoebe Carmichael (career-high eight digs), senior Amanda Palladino (eight kills, three blocks), sophomores Sarah Rodgers (22 assists, five digs) and Maria Buzzelli (11 digs, kill), were leading contributors.
The Lady Rams will Think Pink on Friday in the Housatonic finale against Shelton (4-10; 0-6) at 6:30 p.m. Cheshire will wear pink while donating proceeds from concessions and the 50-50 raffle to a cause to be determined. With a victory, CHS would earn a fifth straight Housatonic title. Cheshire was victorious 3-1 on Oct. 3 at Shelton.
Boys' Soccer (5-5-3; 3-2-2)
Cheshire tied Amity (10-1-2; 4-1-2) 3-3. They went 0-1-1. This game was tied 2-2 at halftime. Senior Nick Berardi had two assists. Senior Ross Caterino added his first goal. Senior Matt Mueller and sophomore Zach Winch scored, as well. Senior Evan Colechia supplied six saves, assisting his first goal.
The Rams host Shelton (5-4-3; 3-1-3) on Saturday at Alumni Field. Start time is 6 p.m. The teams played to 1-1 tie on Oct. 3 in Shelton.