Stonington - Freshman Jack Riordan scored with 1:40 left in the first overtime period Saturday, lifting Stonington High School to a 6-5 win over Guilford in a nonleague boys' lacrosse game.
"This was a really good win,'' said Stonington coach Paul Deon. "Guilford has beaten East Lyme and Hand, the only two teams we've lost to.''
Eddie Moran assisted on the game-winner.
Dan Riordan - Jack's older brother - scored twice, Zach Poirier had two assists and Mike Brandon played a strong game in the goal, making 16 saves for the Bears (6-2). Guilford is 5-4.
In other games:
• East Lyme scored six goals in the second half to pull away from Ledyard, 8-5.
Mitchell Andres scored four goals for the Vikings (7-2) while Nick Geary had a goal and two assists and Mac Brodaski had three assists. Mike Evans scored twice for the Colonels (6-4) and Brian McGarry had a pair of assists.
• Casey Sullivan and Andrew Nassetta had three goals each to lead Waterford to a 12-1 win over Wheeler in an Eastern Connecticut Conference Small Division game.
Ryan Brouwer scored twice, Sullivan had four assists and Nassetta had three assists for Waterford (5-4, 2-2).
Jacob Sylvestre scored for Wheeler (0-6, 0-3).
• Fitch lost to Valley Regional 9-4 in a nonleague game.
Tim Drake scored twice and Ian Bond had a goal and three assists for Fitch (3-7).
• Maya DePasquale and Libby Morrison each scored three goals as Stonington edged Fitch 8-7. Emily Cassata and Monica Burdick also scored for the Bears (4-3) while Liz Nolan had two goals and an assist for the Falcons (5-4), Chloe Taylor scored twice, Brooke Startz had a goal and two assists and Kelsey Armstrong had one goal and one assist.
• Allie Buckley and Liz Scott scored three goals apiece and Old Lyme defeated Ledyard, 14-9. Kristin Cathcart and Brooke Tinnerello scored two goals apiece for the Wildcats (3-4). Carrie Gardner, Caitlin Larmann and Michaella Holland scored three goals apiece for Ledyard (5-3).