The Ridgefield High boys and girls lacrosse teams both registered victories on Saturday.

At Newtown, the Ridgefield girls got a combined nine goals from Caroline Curnal and Caitlin Slaminko to beat the host Nighthawks, 15-10.

The non-conference victory was the fourth straight for the Tigers, who are now 7-4 overall this season.

Curnal had five goals and an assist, and Slaminko added four goals and an assist.

Maeve Tobin contributed two goals and an assist, while Mae Briody scored a goal and assisted on three others.

Katie Hoban, Aly Gagnon, and Abby Winkler added one goal apiece for the Tigers, who led 10-5 at halftime.

"Aly Gagnon was strong all over the field today with a goal, four ground balls and two defensive turnovers," said Ridgefield head coach Cece Berger. "Erika Linke and Bella Carrozza led the team defensively by forcing turnovers to regain possession ...."

Lexi Held made eight saves in goal for the Tigers.

Playing at home on Saturday evening, the Ridgefield boys lax team routed Danbury, 16-4.

The Tigers led 6-1 at the end of one quarter and 12-1 at halftime.

Noah Gels had four goals and an assist for Ridgefield. Dawson Muller and John Mathes each added three goals, and James Isaacson contributed two goals and four assists. Muller also had an assist.

Ray Dearth and Wes Carpenter each provided two goals and an assist, and Chris Cozens added a goal and an assist.

Brady McSpedon (goal), Connor Riebling (assist) and Jack Englert (assisted) also had points for the Tigers, who improved their record to 5-3.