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Perkins leads Danbury girls to overtime win over Central

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Published 1:00 am, Wednesday, December 21, 2005
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DANBURY - Sonya Perkins scored 24 points and had 11 rebounds as the Danbury High girls basketball team beat Bridgeport Central 60-51 in overtime Tuesday night.

Danbury held Central without a field goal in the extra session to put the game away.

"We played better defense in overtime," Danbury coach Jackie DiNardo said. "Central is an agressive team...This was a fun game."

Erin Boggan scored 11 points and had 10 points for Danbury. Central 9 14 10 16 2 - 51

Danbury (3-2) 12 9 14 14 11 - 60

CENTRAL (51): Elem 3 2-2 9; Roseboro 1 0-0 2; Jordan 4 5-6 13; Holmes 6 3-5 15; Brown 1 0-0 2; Grace 4 0-0 10; TOTALS 19 10-13 51.

DANBURY (60): Nicole Eanniello 4 0-0 12; Kelly Ferenz 1 0-0 2; Sydney Scott 2 0-0 4; Alex Long 0 0-0 0; Amanda Marino 0 0-0 0; Sonya Perkins 4 16-19 24; Ciara Jones 2 0-1 5; Crasheena Ward 1 0-0 2; Erin Boggan 3 5-6 11. TOTALS: 17 21-26 60. Shepaug 49, Thomaston 17

WASHINGTON, Conn. - Samantha Steinmetz had a double-double for Shepaug in the win. She scored 12 points and added 12 rebounds. Emma Pascal led all players with 14 points for the Spartans.

Shepaug, which improved to 4-0 with the win, will face undefeated Lewis Mills on Friday at 7 p.m. in Burlington. Thomaston (2-3) 2 5 6 4 - 17

Shepaug (4-0) 17 12 12 8 - 49

THOMASTON (17): Heather Gosinski 1 1-2 3; Hannah Hartz 2 0-2 4; Amanda Brown 2 0-0 6; Sara Sanford 0 1-2 1; Lizzie Mendola 0 0-2 0; Natalie Eykelhoff 1 0-0 2; Danielle Balducci 0 1-2 1. TOTALS: 6 3-10 17.

SHEPAUG (49): Lee Childs 0 0-0 0; Jenna Temple 1 0-0 2 ; Brianna Birkins 3 1-2 7; Hanna Munson 1 0-0 2; Emma Pascal 5 4-4 14; Katherine Pascal 2 0-0 4; Samantha Steinmetz 5 2-4 12; Emma Curnan 1 1-2 3; Ashley Lowe 1 0-0 2; Brittany Myers 1 0-0 3. TOTALS: 20 8-12 49.

3-POINT GOALS: Brown (T) 2; Myers (S) 1. Boys basketball

Ridgefield 46, Darien 41

DARIEN - Matt Weaton scored 12 points to lead the Tigers. Max Cyr added seven points and five rebounds. Matt Harris had 10 points and 11 rebounds.

Ridgefield will face Newtown in the first round of the Holiday Hoopla Tournament next Tuesday night at 6 at Staples High in Wesport. Staples and Weston will meet in the other first-round game. Ridgefield (3-0) 13 18 11 4 - 46

Darien (0-3) 10 14 6 11 - 41

Ridgefield (46): Max Cyr 3 0-1 7; Noel Fahey 1 0-0 2; Matt Harris 4 2-2 10; Joe Wolff 1 2-2 4; Joey Swartout 0 0-0 0; Dan Schaefer 5 1-1 11; Matt Weaton 3 5-5 12. TOTALS: 17 10-11 46.

DARIEN (41): Luka Trekman 6 0-0 13; M. Hobert 3 0-0 8; B. Cuth 2 0-0 6; Curt Stegelmann 5 0-0 10; Kosnik 2 0-1 4. TOTALS: 18 0-1 41.

3-POINT GOALS: Cyr (R), Weaton (R), Trekman (D), Cuth (D) 2, Hobert (D) 2. Central 64, Danbury 47

BRIDGEPORT - Chris West led the Hatters with 16 points and Mike Escobar added 15.

Greg Myers led Central with 22 points. Danbury (0-3) 10 18 10 9 - 47

Central 21 9 14 20 - 64

DANBURY(47): Greg Damalas 1 2-2 4; Joe Richardson 1 0-0 2; Andrew Coords 0 1-2 1; Anthony James 0 0-0 0; Robby Williams 0 0-0 0; Mike Escobar 6 2-2 15; Patrick Kovac 0 0-0 0; Chris West 6 3-6 16; Lenzie Harrison 1 2-2 4. TOTALS: 17 10-14 47.

CENTRAL (64): Travis Bostic 6 0-0 12; Calvin Carter 4 2-2 11; Matt Prtichett 5 3-3 13; Jermaine Rockhead 1 0-0 2; Ramone Davis 1 0-0 2; Anthony Hines 1 0-1 2; Greg Myers 7 8-10 22. TOTALS: 25 13-16 64.

3-POINT GOALS: Hill (D), Escobar (D), West (D), Carter (B). Pomperaug 52,

Abbott Tech 30

SOUTHBURY - Chris Langrock had 11 points and eight rebounds to lead the Panthers. Barry Hart scored 12 points for Abbott Tech. Abbott Tech (0-3) 4 13 4 9 - 30

Pomperaug (2-0) 11 21 16 4 - 52

ABBOTT TECH (30): Randy Checo 1 0-0 2; Romano Dickey 3 0-3 6; Barry Hart 5 0-2 12; Andrew Groski 1 0-2 2; Eren Ceylan 4 0-0 8; Chris Plavnicky 0 0-0 0; Rhondel Lyons 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 14 0-7 30.

POMPERAUG (52): Jeff Langrock 5 0-0 11; Brian McDonald 4 0-0 8; Ross Therrien 1 0-0 2; Steve Piorkowski 0 0-0 0; John Sharkey 1 0-0 3; Kyle Flisher 3 0-0 6; Ken Pun 1 1-2 4; Dave Piccolo 2 0-0 4; Tom Piccolo 5 0-0 12; Chris Miller 1 0-0 2; Andrew Conlan 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 23 1-2 52.

3-POINT GOALS: Hart (A) 2, T. Piccolo (P) 2, Langrock (P), Pun (P), Sharkey (P). Immaculate 60,

Wright Tech 43

STAMFORD - Brandon McEwan scored 22 points as Immaculate remained undefeated. Danny DiBuono added 14 points for the Mustangs.

Kevin Rogers scored 12 points for Wright Tech.

Immaculate plays host to Newtown tonight at 7:30 p.m. Immaculate (3-0) 18 10 18 14 - 60

Wright Tech (0-2) 7 16 4 16 - 43

Immaculate (60): Drew Doyon 3 0-0 6; Brandon McEwan 9 4-4 22; Steve Mulvey 3 0-0 6; Chris Cerminara 0 1-3 1; Nick DaSilva 0 2-3 2; Danny DiBuono 5 0-0 14; Jared Green 2 0-0 4; Ryan Soares 2 0-0 5; Drew Raymond 0 0-0 0; James Nevin 0 0-0 0; Matt Mascolo 0 0-1 0. TOTALS: 24 7-11 60.

WRIGHT TECH (43): Kevin Rogers 6 0-0 12; Anthony Simmons 2 0-0 5; O'Neil Booth 3 0-0 6; Lorenzo Fleming 2 0-0 4; Smith 1 0-0 3; Tyson 4 2-2 13 . TOTALS 18 2-2 43 .

3-POINT GOALS: DiBuono (I) 4; Simmons (WT); Smith (WT); Tyson (WT). Shepaug 40, Thomaston 25

THOMASTON - Jon Demers scored 13 points to lead the Spartans. Shepaug (2-1) 10 10 12 8 - 40

Thomaston (1-2) 5 6 10 4 - 25

SHEPAUG (40): Jon Demers 5 3-4 13; Max Cousins 2 1-2 5; Mike Hill 3 2-3 8; Gene McAward 3 2-3 9; Chris Ayer 1 0-0 3; Joey Voelpel 0 0-0 0; Joe Moravsky 1 0-0 2; Nate Wheeler 0 0-0 0; Nick Parker 0 0-0 0; Ryan Firmender 0 0-0 0; Karl Quist 0 0-0 0; Dan Bierce 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 15 8-12 40.

THOMASTON (25): Brian Brandt 2 0-0 4; Juan Rivera 0 0-1 0; Cody Blair 2 2-3 6; Dave Green 2 0-0 6; Chris Haloran 1 1-2 3; Jordan Gomes 0 3-4 3; Mike Johnston 0 1-2 1; Anthony Bellanger 0 1-2 1; Wade Gablonski 0 1-2 1. TOTALS: 7 9-16 25.

3-POINT GOALS: Ayer (S), McAward (S), Green (T) 2. Boys hockey

Ridgefield 6, West Haven 2

WEST HAVEN - Gary Garafalo scored four goals to lead the the Tigers. Brian Craig and Gilbert Alicia added gaols for Ridgefield (2-0). Tyler Scott finished with 39 saves. Girls hockey

Ridgefield 2,

Stamford 2, OT

STAMFORD - Senior captain Nikki Bollerman scored two goals, including one to tie the game late in the third period to help Ridgefield to a 2-2 tie in Stamford.

Bollerman left the game and was taken to the hospital with a sprained ankle. Ridgefield junior goalie Lauren Bonani made 21 saves to help preserve the tie.

The Tigers play Hamden tonight at 7:30 at Hamden Ice Rink. Ridgefield is now 2-1-1.