Pomperaug Girls And Boys, ND Girls, Weston Boys Carry Best Records Into Playoffs

Updated: Nov 12, 2019


Pomperaug's Camryn Ward races for the ball with a defender giving chase during a game this season.

Notre Dame Fairfield and last year's girls' soccer conference runner-up, the Pomperaug Panthers, went into their regular season finales (against other opponents) with glossy records of 9-1-2 in SWC play, and leading their respective divisions — the Pomperaug Panthers atop the Colonial and Lancers leading the pack in the Patriot.


Pomperaug kicked off the season with a 1-1 tie against Newtown in a rematch of last year's title clash, then played Weston to a scoreless tie before getting rolling with a 2-0 victory in another rematch with Newtown just a week into the campaign. The Panthers have allowed more than one goal only twice, a 2-2 tie with Watertown and a 4-2 win over Joel Barlow. The Panthers defeated the Lancers 3-1 in their mid-season meeting.


The Lancers have been similarly tough on the defensive side of the ball, surrendering more than one marker only three times in SWC games, including 3-2 wins over Immaculate and Weston.


Masuk and Weston both had 26 points heading into their last games. Masuk has lost only to New Milford (2-1) and Weston, both of which have eight wins in conference play.


On the boys' pitch, Pomperaug at 9-2-1 and Weston with a mark of 9-1-2, locked up division titles before the season ended.


The Pomperaug Panthers have lost only to Joel Barlow and New Milford, each by a goal, and tied Weston, which had its one defeat in a 1-0 setback to Immaculate. The Trojans also tied Brookfield in a scoreless battle.


Heading into their final games of the regular slate six teams were separated by just five points.


The tournament gets started on Friday November 1.



Weston's Collin Socha controls the ball in a game against Notre Dame.

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