Two goals from senior Taylor Charlton were enough for Upper Cape Tech girls’ soccer team to score a league win against Cape Cod Tech on Wednesday, September 25.
The senior got the Rams on the board first against the Crusaders in the first half. Junior Alyssa Fowler then doubled UCT’s lead when she finished off a pass from senior Noelle Tavares.
Charlton’s second goal came on a long feed from goalie Rachel Shaw and it gave the game its final score of 3-0. Her first goal stood for most of the game until Fowler’s goal came with 10 minutes remaining. Charlton’s second came with three minutes remaining in the game.
Offensively, the Rams dominated possession and generated 23 shots on goal, including a penalty shot.
UCT (4-4-2, 4-0 MAC-Small) travels to Rochester as the Rams aim to complete the season sweep against Old Colony on Friday, September 27 at 3:30 PM. The Rams scored a 2-1 home win on September 11.
Rams’ Volleyball Outlast Norfolk Aggie On Road
Wins in the final two sets handed the Rams their match win of the season on Tuesday, September 24.
Facing elimination following a 25-18 third-set loss, UCT ripped off 25-14 and 19-17 victories to win in five sets, 3-2, against Norfolk Aggie in Walpole. The Rams won the first set, 25-23, but lost the second 25-19.
The win came on the strength of UCT’s serving with senior Taylor Richards recording 25 service points and Zoe Janicki, also a senior, getting 22 service points with eight aces. In the fourth set, a must-win situation, each served up seven-straight points.
Janicki added five blocks at the net while the Rams received strong play from Sarah Vieira, Nicaeyla Pires and Zoe Jackson-Laro.
UCT (3-4, 3-1 MAC-Small) hosts Blue Hills on Friday, September 27 at 5 PM.
Rams’ Golf Wins Sixth Straight
After opening the season with one win in four matches, the UCT golf team has seen nothing but wins in the last few weeks.
Meeting Bishop Connolly on the road on Tuesday, September 24, the Rams dominated for a 7.5-1.5 match play victory.
Connor McEntee was the medalist on the afternoon, shooting a 39—two strokes better than teammate Pat Ghelfi’s 41 and Bishop Connolly’s Tyler Whitten. Chris Peckham shot a 47 while Ben George had a 52 for the Rams.
Pete Langan (55) and Chase Romiza (56) rounded out the scoring for the road team.
UCT (7-2-1, 6-2-1 MAC) hosts Cape Cod Academy on Monday, September 30 at 3 PM at Sandwich Hollows Golf Club.
Rams’ Soccer Falls Short At Home
The UCT boys’ soccer team had previously upset Old Colony, the reigning Mayflower Athletic Conference-Small champion, in Rochester on September 11. When the Cougars came to town on Tuesday, September 24, the visitors even the scored.
After playing to a scoreless deadlock for the first 76 minutes, Old Colony netted the game’s lone goal and the game-winner with 2:21 left to score a 1-0 win.
Rams’ goalie Blake Martin stopped 11 of 12 shots on net and was supported defensively from sophomore Ryker King and junior Kyle Sprague.
UCT (3-3, 3-2 MAC-Small) travels to Franklin to meet Tri-County on Monday, September 30 at 3:30 PM.