Regular Season: 4-4
The football team has two more games this season, this Saturday at Immaculate High School and the annual Thanksgiving Day game at Bethel High School Thursday, November 24. The Bobcats .
Boys soccer (8) lost 1-2 in overtime Wednesday night in the quarterfinal match against No. 1 Wethersfield.
Brookfield won their first two matches in the Class L State Tournament, defeating No. 25 Wilby 6-0 on Friday and No. 24 Wilber Cross 3-1 on Monday.
The girls soccer team, ranked 17th in Class L Tournament, fell to No. 8 Farmington 0-3 Tuesday in the quarterfinal round.
The Lady Bobcats after dispatching Wethersfield (16) 1-0 in the first round last Thursday.
The 25th ranked Lady Bobcats beat No. 8 Sacred Heart Academy 3-1 in the first round of the Class M State Tournament (25-21, 25-22, 22-25, 25-22), but fell to No. 9 Sheehan 3-0 in the second round (25-9, 25-14, 25-22).
Boys Cross Country
Boys cross country placed seventh as a team in the Class MM Championship Saturday, October 29. Junior Jacob Mayerson lead the team, placing sixth with a time of 16:48 and garnering him a spot in the State Open. The team also included Parker Timmerman (28th, 17:43), Tyler Mannion (46th, 18:23), Eric Cruger (52nd, 18:27), Adam Fox (54th, 18:31), Cory McCullough (74th, 19:10) and Kristopher Soyland (85th, 19:55).
Mayerson placed 94th in the State Open on Tuesday, November 8, with a time of 17:20. First place was Fairfield Prep's Connor Rog, with a time of 15:22.
Girls Cross Country
The girls team placed 16th in the Class MM Championship, lead by Hannah Lyon (68th, 23:16), along with Emily Smith (96th, 25:05), Kendra Lennon (98th, 25:17), Alexandra Willey (110th, 27:09) and Maria McArdle (115th, 28:32). The fastest time in that race was posted by Rachael Roscow, of Avon: 19:31.
The Lady Bobcats swim team competed well at the Class M State Final November 12, swimming to fourth place without assistance from a diver, putting them behind from the start.
Lead swimmer junior Maddy Smart had a strong night, placing first and winning two individual events (200 Free and 100 Free) and earning her a spot on the All-State Team.
That brings her Class Title count up to five in her three-year high school career.
The fourth place finish was a team effort, with strong performances from Stephanie Ferrari and Samantha Palicz, who both finished in the top three in their events, which earned them a spot on the All-State Team.
Ferrari finished third in the 500 Free, with a personal best time of 5:17.82, and Palicz broke the 1:00 barrier in the 100 Back by going an amazing 59.64, finishing third overall and setting a new BHS record in that event at the same time.
The BHS 400 Free Relay team finished in second place and earned a spot on the All-State Team (the relay was comprised of Palicz, Ferrari, Smart and Anna Brown).
Monday, November 7. The team was led by junior Maddy Smart, who broke two SWC records, one she set a year earlier.