Local roundup: All-state soccer teams are announced
The Connecticut Girls' Soccer Coaches Association all-state teams include eight players from local schools and 11 boys were named to the Connecticut Soccer Coaches Association teams.
Selected to the CGSCA Class L team were Waterford senior Aimee Girard and East Lyme senior Meredith Healy and Bacon Academy senior Skylar Gustavsen made the Class M team. Named to the Class S team were Lyman Memorial junior Magdalena Carpenter, Old Lyme juniors Alexis Fenton and Lyla Powers, St. Bernard junior Emily Hernandez and St. Bernard sophomore Angelica Tompkins.
NFA senior Marc Josaphat was picked to the CSCA Class LL team and Fitch seniors Micah Diggs and Tim Lynch made the Class L team. The Class M team included Bacon Academy senior Aidan McLoughlin, Stonington seniors Sam Montalto and Will Sawin and Ledyard seniors Daimon Pollard and Nick Washington. Making the Class S team were Griswold senior Jacob Blanchard, Montville senior Aaron Muncaster and Wheeler senior Matthew Pierce.
• Class M champion Stonington also finished first in the final Connecticut High School Boys' Soccer Coaches State Poll (Class M/S). The Bears (21-1) received all 11 first-place votes and finished with 110 points. Ledyard (17-5) was fourth with 68 points and Griswold (16-4-1) and Bacon Academy (13-7) also received votes. Fitch (14-7) finished eighth in the Class LL/L poll with 33 points.
• Mitchell College lost to Western Connecticut State 53-52 in a nonleague game. Amina Wiley scored a game-high 29 points and had nine rebounds and Le'Sandra Turner had nine points, nine rebounds and two steals for Mitchell (4-2).
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