WALLINGFORD – Sheehan's swimming and diving won a 97-85 victory over the Meriden Co-Op at home Friday afternoon.
Leila Sofiane was a double winner for the Titans and a part of two first place relays.
Sofiane won the 200-yard individual standings in 2: 27.89 and the free 500 in 5: 46.27.
The other individual Titan winners were Katie Webb in the 200 freestyle (2: 15.18), Lila Pickerign in diving (159.55), Rachel Kerrigan in the 100 freestyle (1: 01.35), Lili Nagy in the 100 backstroke ( 1: 09.90) and Alanna Dwyer in the 100 breaststroke (1: 18.41).
The Titans swept the three relays, led by Sofiane, Nagy, Dwyer and Webb to the 200 QN relay (2: 07.75).
Dwyer, Amy Bui, Kerrigan and Katie Webb won the free 200 relay in 1: 51.85. Kerrigan, Rylee Sweet, Nagy and Sofiane finished the competition by hitting the wall first in the 400 freestyle relay (4: 11.20).
Meriden's day was highlighted by the two-time winner Avery Benigni. She won the free 50 in 27.54 and the 100 butterfly in 1: 07.71.
Cheshire 88, Shelton 77: The Rams broke their winning streak at 64 and their record at 9-0 with CSC winning at the Shelton Community Center.
Abby Robinson was a double winner for the Rams. She took the 200 QNI (2: 29.25) and the 500 free (6: 06.31).
Hannah Merrit (200 free, 2: 18.44), Tori Newton (100 butterfly, 1: 07.45), Emma Glover (100 free, 59.35) and Vanessa Squillante (100 back, 1: 08.41) have also been winners.
Southington 95, South Windsor 91: The Blue Knights have improved to 6-0 this season thanks to an inter-divisional CCC win at Tolland's Star Hill Family Athletic Center.
Southington won two relays and presented five individual winners to stay perfect.
The Knight Blue Knights were Andie Nadeau (200 free, 2: 02.83), Gigi Perugini (50 free, 26.00), Lizzy Beaulieu (diving, 213.50), Meghan Hammarlund (100 butterflies, 1: 02.71) and Maddie Symecko (100 losses, 1: 05.74).
Perugini, Anny Moquete, Emma Jekubovich and Nadeau were the best of the 200 freestyle relay with a time of 1: 50.34.
Perugini, Hammarlund, Jekubovich and Nadeau took over 400 freestyle in 3: 53.72.
Hall 2, Southington 1: Jenna Sheehan found the back of the net for the Blue Knights at a CKC contest in West Hartford
Emma Doran had help for Southington (3-4).
Bridget McGann and Chloe Nordyke both scored for the Warriors (8-1).
Abby Delgado and Kate Pryzbyliski combined for seven saves in the net for Southington.
Cheshire 8, North Haven 0: Kiley Jackson scored twice for the Rams in the CSC win in North Haven.
Grace Keaveney, Sam Nowak, Lauren Houle, Avery DePodesta, Olivia Salamone and Sophie Vagts also scored for the Rams.
Keaveney added two helpers. Nowak, Houle, Tarana Eldredge, Raegan Bailey and Megan Daly got only one help.
Ava Pulisciano needed only one save to record his fourth shutout of the season while Cheshire improved to 6-4 and knocked North Haven to 1-11.
Conard 3, Maloney 0: Gracey Massicotte scored three kills, two assists and one ace as the Spartans dropped an SFC game on the road.
Maloney fell to 4-8 on the season with scores of 25-15, 25-11 and 25-16.
Whitney Tech 3, Wilcox Tech 2: Sacaria Cooper broke 16 kills, four blocks and ace and Montgomery Rios had 20 assists and eight aces for the tribe in the CTC defeat at the inventors in Hamden.
The game scores were 25-17, 24-26, 25-20, 16-25 and 15-8.
The Indians are now 11-2.
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