Greenwich High School’s boys volleyball team won its second straight match, topping Stamford on the road in an FCIAC matchup yesterday, 3-1.
The Cardinals (2-3) lost the first game of the match, 25-22, then rallied to take the next three, winning 25-19, 25-20, 25-18. Senior Nico Carlson recorded 11 kills, 14 digs and two blocks to pace the Cardinals.
Junior James Kovac posted 17 digs, while senior Ricardo Prado had five blocks to also spark Greenwich. Also enabling Greenwich’s offense to execute efficiently were sophomore Hiro Sibble (20 assists) and senior Jack Koningsberg (15 assists).
Greenwich will look to extend its winning streak to three matches when it hosts FCIAC foe Fairfield Ludlowe on Monday at 4:30 p.m.
GREENWICH BOYS LACROSSE
In an FCIAC matchup, Greenwich dropped a 14-6 decision to rival New Canaan at Cardinal Stadium on Thursday.
Sophomore attack Mikey Brescia recorded one goal and two assists for the Cardinals, who trailed the Rams, 8-4, at halftime. Senior attack Brian Collins assisted on three goals, while sophomore Colin Zeller scored twice for Greenwich (3-3).
Freshman Dean Kim and junior Jimmy Flinn added one goal apiece for Greenwich, which received 11 saves from sophomore goalie Ilan Amaro. Junior Lane Critchell had six faceoff wins for GHS.
“It was a sloppy first half for Greenwich with multiple turnovers,” Greenwich coach Bobby Lutz said. “We battled hard for the ground balls, but definitely lost possession time and scoring opportunities by not taking care of the ball on offense.”
The Cardinals are in action today against non-conference opponent Mamaroneck at 7 p.m. at Cardinal Stadium.
GREENWICH HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS LACROSSE
Greenwich High’s girls lacrosse team was topped by New Canaan at Dunning Stadium on Saturday, 14-6.
Junior Emma Abbazia scored three goals to lead the Cardinals. Sophomore Aubrey Roth scored one goal for Greenwich, as did teammates Cece Tauber, a senior and Flynn Tauber, a sophomore.
The Cardinals (4-2) will look to get back on the winning track Tuesday when it travels to Fairfield Ludlowe.
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