The fall season is nearly over for Waterford High School, as both soccer teams suffered losses in the state tournament after posting impressive regular seasons.
The Waterford High School girls’ team (13-3-3) finished second in the ECC tournament and won their first round matchup in the Class M State Tournament against 22nd-ranked Griswold, 5-0. However, the 11th-seeded Lancers lost their next game to St. Joseph’s, 4-0, to end their season.
The Waterford High School boys’ soccer team had a strong season as well, finishing with a record of 12-4-1 and losing in the semi-finals of the ECC tournament. The team earned a fifth-seed in the Class L State Tournament, but was upset by 12th-seeded RHAM 1-0 in the second round.
The Waterford High School football team suffered another loss on Saturday, a 27-0 defeat to NFA, which dropped their record to 3-6. The team still has one game left in the season, as it plays East Lyme (1-7) at home on Thanksgiving at 10 a.m.
And in the world of field hockey, the Waterford High School team lost in the first round of the Class S State Tournament to fourth-seeded Haddam-Killingworth, 3-0. Still, the team finished its regular season with a record of 8-4-1-3.