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  • Girls basketball hangs on for win over Stonington

    Posted by Marc Allard, Sports Information Director on 1/17/2018

    Girls basketball hangs on for win over Stonington

    The Centaurs girls program traveled to the shoreline on Tuesday and brought back an important, 45-43, win over Stonington.

    The win keeps the Centaurs in first place by themselves in Eastern Connecticut Conference Division II.

    Jamie Woods scored 20 points to lead the Centaurs (8-3, 4-0) who also clinched a berth in both the ECC and state tournaments with the win.

    Olivia Perry added 10.

    Kate Hall led the Bears (7-4, 3-2) with 18.

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  • Boys basketball team topples Stonington

    Posted by Marc Allard, Sports Information Director on 1/17/2018

    Boys basketball team topples Stonington

    The Centaurs boys basketball team ended a six-game skid and knocked Stonington off of its perch atop Eastern Connecticut Conference Division II Tuesday.

    The Centaurs handed the Bears a 69-49 defeat.

    Chase Anderson led the way with 21 points for the Centaurs (2-6, 1-2 ECC Div. II). Anderson scored 14 of those points in the second half and added eight rebounds.

    The Centaurs held the Bears to just two first quarter points, but Stonington (6-5, 3-1) rebounded with an 18-point effort in the second quarter.

    The Centaurs kept the Bears at bay with a 19-point effort of their own to lead by 10 at the break. They added 10 points to that advantage in the second half.

    Luke Mathewson scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds while Cole Hackett led the Centaurs in caroms with 12.

    Aidan Morin was also in double figures with 10 points.

    “Our defense contained the Stonington shooters and our rebounding limited them to one well-challenged shot (on most occasions),” interim head coach Marty Hart said.

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  • 4 straight wins for girls hockey

    Posted by Marc Allard, Sports Information Director on 1/16/2018

    4 straight wins for girls hockey

    Eliza Dutson scored the game-tying goal with seven seconds left in regulation and then added the game-winner in overtime to lead the Centaurs to a 3-2 overtime victory over Longmeadow, Mass. on Monday.

    Bridget Horst assisted on both the tying and game-winning goals for the Centaurs (4-2).

    Brittney Burnham added a goal and an assist for Woodstock Academy while Chelsea Willis also had an assist.

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  • Prep teams have mixed results over weekend

    Posted by Marc Allard, Sports Information Director on 1/16/2018

    Prep teams have mixed results over weekend

    The Woodstock Academy Gold squad had another successful weekend and, in the process, raised its record to 20-1.

    The Centaurs took part in both the BABC Invitational in Boston and the HoopHall Invite in Springfield, Mass.

    The Centaurs came out unscathed.

    After a 116-90 win over the Tilton School on Saturday,  the Centaurs finished up the Massachusetts doubleheader with a 97-73 win over St. Andrews Sunday at Springfield College.

    Tre Mitchell scored 19 points in the win over St. Andrews while Joe Kasperszyk added 10.

    Blue falls to Tilton

    The Centaurs Blue prep team played only one game last week and saw its seven-game win streak come to an end.

    Despite a 19-point effort from Dambreville in his hometown, the Blue squad lost to Tilton School in the BABC Invitational, 92-72, Sunday.

    Maksim Karvanen added seven points in the loss for the Centaurs (13-7).

     

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  • Tough weekend for boys hockey

    Posted by Marc Allard, Sports Information Director on 1/16/2018

    Tough weekend for boys hockey

    Matt Odom and Avery Riva scored, but it wasn't enough to prevent a 5-2 loss to the Housatonic-Northwestern-Wamogo cooperative for the Centaurs on Monday at the Jahn Ice Rink in Pomfret.

    The Mountaineers outshot the Centaurs, 43-23, in the win.

    The Centaurs also lost to the E.O. Smith-Tolland cooperative, 5-3, on Saturday.

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  • Perry leads Gold prep basketball team to 19th win

    Posted by Marc Allard, Sports Information Director on 1/14/2018

    Perry leads Gold prep basketball team to 19th win

    Ty Perry now has scored 83 points in the last two games as the Boston native returned home Saturday and celebrated with a 52-point effort to lead the Woodstock Academy Gold squad past the Tilton School, 116-90, at the BABC Invitational in Boston.

    Perry was deadly from beyond the arc, making 13 of his 17 3-point attempts.

    Jakigh Dottin added 14 points, six rebounds and six assists while Joe Kasperszyk tossed in 14 points, five assists and five steals.

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  • Girls basketball in first place in ECC Division II

    Posted by Marc Allard, Sports Information Director on 1/13/2018

    Girls basketball in first place in ECC Division II

    The Centaurs took over first place by themselves in Eastern Connecticut Conference Division II with a 43-33 win over Waterford Friday at the Alumni Fieldhouse.

    Jamie Woods led the Centaurs with 13 points while Heather Converse tossed in 11 for the Centaurs who raised their record to 7-3 overall and 3-0 in Division II.

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  • Boys basketball falls to Waterford

    Posted by Marc Allard, Sports Information Director on 1/13/2018

    Boys Basketball falls to Waterford

    The Woodstock Academy boys ran into a very good Waterford team on Friday.

    The Lancers continued their winning ways with a 95-38 victory over the Centaurs in Waterford.

    It was the eighth straight win for the Lancers.

    Chase Anderson was the only player in double figures for the Centaurs (1-6, 0-2 Eastern Connecticut Conference Division II) with 14 points. Aaron Johnson added five.

    Mikey Buscetto led five Waterford players in double figures with 22.

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  • Girls hockey downs Pomfret School

    Posted by Marc Allard, Sports Information Director on 1/13/2018

    Girls hockey downs Pomfret School

    The girls hockey team had a chance to get some athletes who haven’t seen the playing surface as much as others some ice time against the Pomfret School JV girls hockey team Thursday.

    The Centaurs rolled to a 5-1 victory at the Jahn Ice Rink.

    Brittney Burnham scored just 25 seconds into the game. It was the first of two goals for Burnham in the game.

    Kileigh Gagnon scored her first career goal for the Centaurs (3-2) and both Regan Stuyniski and Nicole Bavosi added tallies for the Centaurs.

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  • Two straight for Centaurs boys hockey team

    Posted by Marc Allard, Sports Information Director on 1/12/2018

    Two straight for Centaurs boys hockey team

    Jake Starr and Avery Riva both had hat tricks and Dylan Shea made 30 saves in net to lead the Centaurs to a 7-5 win over North Haven at the Northford Ice Rink on Wednesday.

    Jake Black had the other tally for the Centaurs who evened their record at 2-2.

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