Athletic Program

Two Rivers Sports Offerings:

Fall: Boys & Girls Soccer; Co-ed Cross Country; Girls Volleyball
Winter: Girls & Boys Basketball; Indoor track
Spring: Boys Baseball; Girls Softball; Track and Field

Visit the CREC Interscholastic Athletic Program page for information, forms, and schedules

The Hartford Late Bus runs every day but Wednesdays.

Sports Recaps

Cross Country

Congratulations to both the Boys and Girls team for winning their first meet at Elizabeth Park.  The boys dominated the race with 6 of our runners placing in the top 10.  Jeremy Taber and Anthony Lopez battled hard for the respective 2nd and 3rd place finishes.  Following soon after were Tamarion LaFortuna, Quincy Slapp, Quran Hite and Kennedy Lurry.  

The girls team was lead by Alina Niemcyzk who placed first overall.  6th grader Stephanie Solis had an impressive 2nd place finish.  Victoria Cauley, Susan Solis and Asiay Cotto ran solid raced and finished in the top 10.  Way to go Hurricanes!  Wish the runners luck at their meet today in Southington.


The Two Rivers’ Girls Volleyball Team won their first game against MLC on Thursday, winning the match 2-0.

Bringing the fire with their incredible serves, Jinnelys Rivera and Savannah Morgan had 18 total service points and several aces. Isabella Gonzalez hustled for the ball and had some spectacular passes. Serenity Williams and Karla Daha also showed up to win, moving their feet and passing the ball with control. All of the girls communicated as a team and served the ball well to seal the win.

Our sportmanship bracelet went to MLC's 8th grader Mikayah Inniss.

 The Lady Hurricanes next game is at AAE this coming Monday, September 23rd. Wish them well.

Girls Soccer

On Thursday, September 19th the Two Rivers girls soccer team traveled to the Metropolitan Learning Center for their first game of the season.  

The Hurricanes started out a little timid, but once the team started to connect and communicate, they started to turn the game in their favor.  Megan Moore (8th) started to command the field with sharp passes, which allowed Emma Elmore (8th) to score the first goal of the game, and season.  

The defensive line of Aliana Betancourt (8th), Vanessa Quealy (8th) and Melanie Santos Ramos (8th) limited the opportunities for MLC to make any breakaways or shots on goal.  Leah Holloway (8th) contributed on the offensive side of the ball, helping maintain possessions and executing passes to create shooting opportunities.  Before the end of the half, Megan Moore (8th) scored two more goals giving Two Rivers the lead, 4 goals to MLC's 1 goal. 

The Hurricanes made some shifts to their offense and defense, which put Janiah Cruz (7th) in the goal for the first time. This carried into the second half when she had several nice saves.  The Two Rivers offensive pressure during the second half was kept up by Amy Villafuerte (8th), who scored in the 3rd minute of the second half; and, Megan Moore scored a hat trick, getting her third goal of the game. Arianna Minostrosa (8th) stepped into the role of the goalie with several nice saves. De'Mya Barrett (6th) had a clean breakaway towards the end of the game, scoring her first goal, ever, as a Hurricane.  

The final score of the game was Two Rivers 7 - MLC 1.  

Melanie S. Ramos (8th) was honored by the other team receiving the Sportsmanship Award.    

Congrats to all the ladies for playing a great game.  They play home next Tuesday against ASI!



 Boys Soccer