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In the dual meet finale at Hamden Hall, Cheshire High School girls' swim and dive (9-1) lost 101-85 against Amity (11-0). Junior Lindsay Smalec took the 200-yard individual medley (2:12.67) and 100-yard butterfly (59.31). She picked up another victory with her 200-yard medley relay team (senior Laura Mongillo, freshman Lily Kurtz, junior Ellie Senft; 1:54.58). Cheshire also picked up wins from Mongillo (100-yard backstroke, 1:03.11), Kurtz (100-yard breaststroke, 1:12.18), and freshman Emily Glatt (diving, 171.25).
It was Senior Night for captains Denise Costello, Laura Mongillo, and Alison Sklanka, along with Becca Alvarez-Petit, Theresa Cashore, Rebecca Chen, Julia Levine, Katie Lynch, Emily Mills, Ericka Norberg, Brooke Phillips, Megan Weyrauch, Kelli Woodson, and Treviana Yavorek.
Amity, the three-time defending Southern Connecticut Conference regular season champion, has a 33-meet win streak. CHS visits Hamden for SCC qualifying on Monday at 4 p.m.
Wednesday's varsity slate:
Girls' Soccer (13-2, two-time defending Housatonic Division Champion at 7-1)
CHS takes an eight-game win streak into Wednesday's regular season finale against Guilford (14-1) at 6 p.m. Lily Dolyak (captain), Ali Lamberti (captain), Erin Albrecht, Leah Chamberlin, Anna Wu, Kristin Cabrera (manager), and Natalie Reynolds will have Senior Night at 4:45 p.m. Cheshire is the only team to beat Guilford 4-3 in the Sept. 10 opener.
The Lady Rams (fourth seed) hosts division rival Amity (9-3-3, 6-1-1) in Saturday's SCC quarterfinal at 5 p.m. Amity is seeded fifth. The Spartans won 5-0 on Sept. 25, while CHS earned a 1-0 victory on Oct. 11.
Girls' Volleyball (18-0, six-time defending Housatonic Champion at 8-0)
Cheshire hosts East Haven (4-15) at 6:30 p.m. CHS won 3-0 on Sept. 12.
Boys' Soccer (4-9-2, 3-4-1)
The Rams visit Branford (10-4-1) at 6:30 p.m. This will be the finale for seniors Bryan Carter (captain), Colin Haensel (captain), Joe Phillips (captain), Griffen Andes, Tyler Bailey, DJ Frione, Joe Noel, Rohan Roy, Yuriy Tsapar, and Matt Weimer.
Cheshire lost the first meeting 1-0 in the Sept. 10 opener.