Foot­ball re­mains un­beaten

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WORCES­TER, Mass. — The un­de­feated Western Connecticut State Univer­sity foot­ball team topped Worces­ter State 44-25 Satur­day in a Mas­sachusetts State Col­le­giate Ath­letic Con­fer­ence game.

Kyle McK­in­non rushed for 136 yards and a touch­down for the Colo­nials (5-0, 3-0 MASCAC), while Khalil Pat­ter­son rushed for a touch­down and caught a touch­down pass from David James.

Will Daniels and Austin Calamita also caught touch­down strikes from James, and Nick Kim­ball caught one from Tom Balacki. Jor­dan D’Onofrio added a 19-yard field goal. James com­pleted 13 of 21 passes for 137 yards and three scores. Kim­ball caught four passes for 66 yards. Vin­nie Scan­car­ello led WestConn with nine tack­les and Ji­had Bryant had seven.


GORHAM, Maine — Kim­berly Brower scored the go-ahead goal with a lit­tle less than 10 min­utes re­main­ing as WestConn de­feated South­ern Maine 3-2 in a Lit­tle East Con­fer­ence clash. Carly Matasav­age and Mor­gan Matthews each scored a goal for the Colo­nials (8-4, 6-2 LEC), and Al­lie Note­ware added an as­sist. Goal­keeper Neve Man­ion made four saves to se­cure the vic­tory.

“It was an emo­tional win,” WestConn coach Dani McDon­nell said in a press re­lease. “Our early lead might have felt too com­fort­able as we let South­ern Maine grab the mo­men­tum. They are an ath­letic team, but we cap­i­tal­ized when we got the chance.”


DAN­BURY — Har­ri­son Allers, Naseem Thomp­son and Spencer Ranno each scored a goal as WestConn de­feated Rhode Is­land Col­lege 3-1 in a Lit­tle East Con­fer­ence match. Chauncey Allers, Dar­ion Richeme and Thomas Langkafel all added as­sists for the Colo­nials (9-2-2, 2-1-2 LEC). Goal­keeper Daniel Sz­abo made three saves to pre­serve the win.

“We came out strong to­day and scored a cou­ple of goals early, which re­lieved a lit­tle pres­sure,” WestConn coach Joe Min­ga­chos said in a press re­lease. “We knew we could not take our foot off the gas as Rhode Is­land Col­lege will play hard for 90 min­utes, no mat­ter what the score is.”


DAN­BURY — WestConn swept non-con­fer­ence matches against Ni­chols Col­lege and Mount St. Mary Col­lege on Satur­day.

WestConn (11-8) de­feated Ni­chols in straight sets, 25-8, 25-14 and 25-16. Ka­mari King had nine kills and Ny­i­lah Hor­ton and Ali Brochu each added three kills for the Colo­nials. WestConn also beat Mount St. Mary in straight sets, 25-19, 25-19 and 25-21. King had 16 kills and Hor­ton and Alyssa Dam added five kills each.

“I am im­pressed with the dual wins for Satur­day, but the team will need to push fur­ther in terms of de­vel­op­ment to seize this season as a whole,” WestConn coach Don Fer­gu­son said in a press re­lease.


WEST­FIELD, Mass. — The WestConn women took 28th place fin­ish at the 36-team James Ear­ley In­vi­ta­tional, hosted by West-


field State. Nicole Middendorf led the Colo­nials with a 21:37.2 fin­ish in the 5-km event. Tessa Lee fin­ished in 26:55.4. The WestConn men had only three run­ners avail­able and did not score for the event.

“Ev­ery kid who ran to­day ran a season-best time by over 2 min­utes,” WestConn coach Ed Lu­cas said in a press re­lease. “They are get­ting bet­ter each week and each meet and that's all I can ask of them.”


PROV­I­DENCE — Kaleigh Panek, Aileen Maloney and Al­li­son Oak­ley each scored a goal as WestConn de­feated Rhode Is­land Col­lege in a Lit­tle East Con­fer­ence game. The Colo­nials (7-6, 4-1 LEC) have won five straight. Goal­keeper Kelly Martin made four saves for the Colo­nials.

“It was an­other well­bal­anced at­tack from our team,” WestConn coach Alex Har­ri­son said in a press re­lease. “Any day you can get a league win is a good day.”


GORHAM, Maine — WestConn dropped a 6-3 de­ci­sion at Lit­tle East Con­fer­ence foe South­ern Maine. Emma Chap­man and Ca­r­ole Allers swept the top two sin­gles matches in straight sets for the Colo­nials (1-10, 1-6 LEC), and teamed up to win at first dou­bles.

“De­spite the loss, the play­ers are now be­gin­ning to see the pos­i­tive re­sults af­ter mak­ing ad­just­ments to their game,” WestConn coach Shawn Still­man said in a press re­lease.

The an­nual awards ban­quet for the Dan­bury Co-Ed Soft­ball League is sched­uled for Oct. 26 at An­thony’s Lake Club on Christo­pher Columbus Drive in Dan­bury. Tick­ets to the ban­quet will be on sale on Oct. 12 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Pippa’s Sports Cafe on South Street in Dan­bury. Con­tact league pres­i­dent at 203-798-3639 for de­tails.

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