Elizabeth Burdick scored two goals, while Tessa Brooks had one goal and one assist for the Greenwich Academy soccer team in its 5-0 win over Holy Child in an FAA game held in Rye, N.Y., on Thursday. Christina Maldonado started the scoring, tallying in the first minute off a corner kick from Brooks. Margaret Maruszewski tallied off a pass from Brecon Welch in the 15th minute, putting GA on top, 2-0. Brooks\u2019 unassisted goal in the 20th minute put Holy Child in a 3-0 hole. Burdick tallied twice in the second half, her first goal coming with 10 minutes remaining. Lauren Harteveldt set Burdick up for her second goal with six minutes left to play. \u201cIt was a dominant performance,\u201d Gators coach Alistair Lonsdale said. \u201cWe rotated players into the game and were able to get everyone in.\u201d Greenwich Academy hosts a strong Miss Porter\u2019s team Saturday at 1 p.m. GA\u2019s record stands at 2-0-2. GREENWICH ACADEMY VOLLEYBALL Greenwich Academy is 2-0 after defeating visiting FAA foe Holy Child, 3-0. Alexandra Trofort talled nine aces and 23 service points for GA, which won the match, 25-15, 25-17, 25-22. Whitney Wise posted five aces and five kills, while Evie Kay Girard had seven kills and three aces. Valeska Lasky notched 16 assists, four kills and four aces for the victors. Megan Belcastro contributed four aces and four kills. Greenwich Academy hosts Hopkins School on Saturday at 1 p.m. GREENWICH HIGH VOLLEYBALL The Cardinals upped their record to 4-0 with a 3-0 sweep of visiting New Cannan in an FCIAC match held on Wednesday. Greenwich won the match by game scores of 25-15, 25-23, 25-12. Cornelia Roach registered eight kills and two blocks to help pace the Cardinals. Lilly Saleeby had 11 digs and six kills, while Caroline Mrdelja added three kills. Thalia Doundalakis had three aces for Greenwich, which visits FCIAC rival Darien on Friday at 4 p.m. BRUNSWICK CROSS COUNTRY The Bruins went 4-1 in their first FAA meet of the season on Wednesday at Sherwood Island State Park\u2019s three-mile course. Brunswick defeated Greens Farms Academy, 19-42, and beat King (16-44), St. Luke\u2019s (21-40) and Rye Country Day School. Their loss came against Hopkins, which posted a 32-24 win. Lucas Pombo led the Bruins with a third-place finish (16:41.3). Charlie Garland finished eighth with a time of 17:30.6, while Brunswick teammate Matty Goodman was ninth (17:50.3). Chris Ramos was 11th in 17:57.2, Ryan Heinzerling was 16th (18:11.9) and Jonny Citrin placed 20th (18:46.8) for Brunswick. GREENWICH ACADEMY FIELD HOCKEY Six different players scored for Greenwich Academy in its decisive 6-0 win over host Choate Rosemary Hall in a non-conference game on Wednesday. Elektra Rodger put GA in front 2:28 into the first half, tallying off a pass from Grace Schulze, following an interception by Schulze. Julia Freedman converted a penalty stroke, giving Greenwich Academy a two-goal lead at the 22:27 mark of the opening half. Schulze tipped in a shot from Katharine Glassmeyer, making it 3-0 with 16:28 remaining in the first half and Evelyn Barringer tallied less than five minutes later. In the second half, Sophie Freedman and Georgia Gallagher each tallied for GA, which will compete in the Max Field Hockey Tournament in Conshahocken, Pa., this weekend. SACRED HEART CROSS COUNTRY Sacred Heart placed third out of eight teams in the standings at its FAA-opener on Wednesday at Sherwood Island State Park. The Gators went 6-1 at the meet, defeating Sacred Heart Greenwich, Greens Farms Academy, Rye Country Day, Holy Child, St. Luke's and King. Eighth grader Ava Lillis placed third overall in the race, registering a time of 19:46. Lillis\u2019 older sister, Grace, the 2017, 2018 FAA individual champion, is sidelined with a leg injury she sustained during the spring lacrosse season and is currently rehabbing from the injury. Ceci Duncan placed fifth overall for the Tigers, clocking in at 20:12. \u201cWhile we have a younger, smaller team this year from last year, this group of girls has a wonderful nucleus, who dig in and proved to the league that they are still contenders,\u201d Sacred Heart coach Suzanne Myette. BRUNSWICK SOCCER A big second half lifted visiting Loomis Chaffee School past Brunswick, 5-1, in a NEPSAC matchup on Wednesday. The Pelicans scored their first goal in the 18th minute. Brunswick tied the score at 1-1 three minutes later on Andres Jasson\u2019s goal. Receiving a pass from Ryan Chinai, Jasson converted a shot from 25 yards out, evening the score. Loomis scored the go-ahead goal in the 32nd minute off a penalty kick. They opened their lead with three second-half goals. Brunswick is back in action on Saturday against Deerfield Academy at the Farmington Sports Arena.