The fall high school sports season is still in its infancy, but both of Waterford High’s soccer teams are off to strong starts.
The boys’ team handled Ledyard last Wednesday, lost to Bacon Academy the next day, and then came back with wins over Fitch and East Lyme to bring their record to 5-1. The girls’ team defeated Ledyard as well last Wednesday, 3-0, while tying East Lyme 0-0 in double overtime on Monday, to bring their record to 3-0-1.
Things were not so bright for the Waterford High School football team. The team gave up a 75-yard-play to Griswold late in their game on Friday to set up a go-ahead Wolverine touchdown, handing the Lancers their second loss in two tries, according to The Bulletin. However, the team will play its first game in Waterford since 2010 on Friday on its new field, when the team will square off against Plainfield at 6:30 p.m.
There was no update since last week on the CIAC website for the Waterford High School field hockey team, which started the season 2-1.