NEW BRITAIN \u2014 Junior Audrey Kozak of Shelton was on a mission at the CIAC heptathlon at Willow Brook Park on Wednesday. \u201cLast year was not so good for me in the heptathlon,\u201d Kozak said. \u201cI was 16th and I knew I could do better and I was determined to do better this year.\u201d Consistency has been Kozak\u2019s forte this outdoor season including at the CIAC Class L meet, where she won the 100-meter dash and long jump, and took second in the triple jump. That consistency continued at the heptathlon. A win in the long jump (17-8.75) and second places in the 200 (25.99, school record), 100 hurdles (15.70) and high jump (5-0.25) led to a first-place finish overall with 4,095 points. Rosa Volpintesta of Bethel was second with 3,762 points and Meg Barnouw of Fairfield Warde was third with 3,727. In the decathlon, Joshua Mooney of Stonington dominated the two-day event and won with 6,331 points. Finishing second was Michael Johnson of Lewis Mills with 5,941 points and Avery Cipcic of Suffield was third with 5,647. \u201cI\u2019m so happy right now,\u201d Kozak said. \u201cI trained hard for this, especially in the events I don\u2019t normally do. I started training a bit for the 800. I\u2019ve been working on the shot put and throwing it in my back yard. \u201cThis win is a good boost for me going to the National meet this weekend where I will be doing the long jump and triple jump. It\u2019s also a good boost going into my senior year for the indoor and outdoor seasons.\u201d Shelton coach Gary Schmidlin expected Kozak to be tough in the heptathlon. \u201cAudrey had an excellent indoor season and that led to a solid outdoor season,\u201d Schmidlin said. \u201cAudrey is an outstanding athlete with a great work ethic, someone who is very coachable.\u201d The 800 was the last event of the heptathlon and Riley Powers of Newtown finished strong to win the event in 2:19.45. \u201cI was trying to get as many points as I could, so I just ran hard the whole race,\u201d Powers said. \u201cIt feels great to win and finish in the top six overall.\u201d Powers ended up fifth with 3,605 points. In the decathlon for Mooney, wins in the 100 dash (11.17) and 100 hurdles (14.26) and a second in the long jump (20-3.75) fueled his win. \u201cMy goal all year was to win the decathlon,\u201d Mooney said. \u201cI was second last year and winning has been my focus. I\u2019m going to the New Balance National meet (in Pennsylvania) but the Nationals won\u2019t mean as much to me as this win. \u201cThe 100, 110 hurdles and long jump were the key events for me and I am very happy right now.\u201d Gage Rovelli of Coginchaug won the javelin (161-11) and was fourth overall with 5,517 points. \u201cMy first time at the decathlon I threw 130 in the javelin, so I was working on improving that,\u201d Rovelli said. \u201cI couldn\u2019t be happier right now with a win in the decathlon and fourth overall.\u201d In the 2000 steeplechase, Ryan Pereira of Danbury was second in 6:57.76. Ryan Dunning of Fitch won in 6:42.46.