Cheshire Skiers Race On Wednesday At Mount Southington, Girls' Ice Hockey Team Drops Rivalry Thriller

Cheshire Skiers Race On Wednesday At Mount Southington, Girls' Ice Hockey Team Drops Rivalry Thriller


On Wednesday, Cheshire High School skiers competed in their second race at Mount Southington.

Cheshire boys came in ninth (314.34). In his debut, freshman Joe Grenier led with a time of 46.42. Juniors Jeremy Bobruff (47.69) and Tyler Kochol (50.18) followed for the Rams. Sophomore Jack Lengyel (51.69), freshman Luke Hayden (53.74), and senior Andrew Hill (64.62) rounded out the scorers.

Due to not having six racers finish two runs, Cheshire girls didn’t qualify for a team score. Seniors Elizabeth Ingerson (59.3) and Erin Esposito (59.71), freshman Alex Gilson (63.78), and senior sisters Gabby Telese (64.09) and Emelia Telese (69.87) placed individually.

On Jan. 25, Cheshire athletes compete again at 4:40 p.m.

Girls’ Ice Hockey (2-7)

In a wild game between rivals who share the same home facility, Amity/North Haven/Cheshire Co-Op fell 7-5 to Hamden Co-Op (3-8) at Louis Astorino Ice Arena in Hamden. The contest was tied on five different occasions.

The Blades tied the game, 5-5, to start the third period, but Hamden netted the final two goals to earn a sweep of the regular-season series.

Amity senior co-captain Mia Dow posted two goals and two assists. From CHS, senior co-captain Avery DePodesta, sophomore Ellen Barto, and freshman Lucy Dickenson put in goals. Dickenson's goal was the first of her career.

Amity senior Adele Bidon and junior Carly Silbert added assists.

On Sunday at the same rink, the Connecticut Blades look to end a six-game slide against Avon Co-Op (5-2-2) at 4 p.m.

Thursday’s varsity schedule

Girls’ Basketball (4-4)

CHS travels to play North Haven (3-6) at 6 p.m.



 

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