Boys Cross Country (4-5) had their last home meet of the season until SWCs on Tuesday. The Boys beat two out of three opponents, defeating Stratford 22-39 and Kolbe Cathedral 15-50 but lost to cross country powerhouse New Milford 50-15. Kevin Michalka ‘15 lead the boys running a 19:01 and finishing 13th overall.
Girls Cross Country (3-3) ran against New Milford, Kolbe Cathedral, and Stratford Tuesday.
Field Hockey (3-2-1-1) started their week at home against Joel Barlow on Tuesday. The girls defeated Barlow 2-1. Morgan Matthews ‘16 and Jessica Bergen ‘15 scored for the lady Wildcats.
The girl’s next game was on Thursday, against New Fairfield. The girls lost 3-0 in New Fairfield, in what Cara Bernardo ‘14 said was “a really hard loss for the team” because “[the team] played really well and fought until the end.”
Football (1-2) picked up their first win in the home opener (story)
Girls Soccer (2-3-2) opened their week at home against New Fairfield. The lady Wildcats had a strong 5-2 win over the Rebels. Lucy Daniels ‘14 had three goals for the team, while Alex Hernandez ‘14 and Sophia Orrico ‘17 each also had a score.
The lady Wildcat’s next game was on the road against Bunnell on Thursday. The game ended in a 2-2 draw.
The team finished their week on Saturday against Lauralton Hall. The girls lost 3-1 at home.
Boys Soccer (3-2-2) played their first game of the week on Monday against New Fairfield. The boys won 1-0.
Boys Soccer’s next game was Thursday, at home, against Bunnell. The boys won 1-0 again. Christian Osorio ‘15 scored the game’s lone goal. Bethel’s goalie Matt Liquori ‘14 had eight saves.
Boys Soccer played again on Saturday, and were defeated 3-0 by Guilford in the team’s second loss of the season.
Volleyball (4-1) played their first of three games of the week on Monday at home against Weston. The Girls won 3-1. Morgan Schmid ‘14 lead the team with 18 service points and six kills.
The girl’s next game was on Wednesday on the road against New Fairfield. The girls won 3-0. Katherine DeFazio ‘16 had 19 service points while Morgan Schmid ‘14 and Elizabeth Galliford ‘15 each had 11 kills.
Volleyball finished their week on Friday against Kolbe Cathedral. The girls kept their winning streak alive with another 3-0 win. Morgan Schmid ‘14 and Elizabeth Galliford ‘15 both had eight service points and 10 kills.