North Stonington - Mikayla Luft went 3-for-3 with a double and RBI and Rachel Robtoy had two singles and two RBI as Lyman Memorial won the Eastern Connecticut Conference Small Division softball championship with a 10-5 win over Wheeler on Saturday morning.
The Bulldogs (10-5, 8-1) got some help when St. Bernard beat Plainfield 7-5, the Panthers' third conference loss.
Summer Cipriani had a single, double and two RBI and Julie Wanstall had two hits and an RBI for the Lions (8-8, 5-4).
In other games:
• Kelli Connors pitched a two-hitter, striking out 10 without issuing a walk, and Waterford clinched at least a share of the ECC Large Division title with a 3-0 win over East Lyme. The Lancers (14-1, 8-0) can win the title outright by defeating Bacon Academy at home on Thursday.
Megan Elphick's fielder's choice gave Waterford a 1-0 lead in the second and Jamie Dahl went 2-for-3. Madison Horner and Emily Passman each had a hit for the Vikings (8-7, 2-6).
• Andrea Chiaradio pitched a two-hitter and struck out 18 as Stonington beat Windham 10-1 in the ECC Medium Division. Katie Headley led the Bears (13-2, 7-10 with three hits, including two triples and three runs scored, while Ally Curioso was 3-for-3 with three RBI and Theresa Kane scored twice and drove in a run.
• East Lyme blanked New London, 7-0, in the ECC Large. David Beaulieu, Gautham Yenduri, Hrishi Samayaji and Unni Kurumbzil won their singles matches in straight sets for the Vikings (11-0, 7-0). The Whalers fell to 3-11, 0-5.
• Eric Sun, Jason Smith and Zach Higgins won singles matches while Anuj Desai and Jake Skilbred combined for a win at No. 2 doubles to lead Ledyard past Stonington, 4-3, in the ECC Medium. The Colonels are 7-6, 4-2. Casey Sartor won his singles match for the Bears (6-7, 3-3).
• Fitch defeated Montville, 7-0, receiving singles wins from Nick Bonnassieux, Doug Singer, Joe Grant and Stefen Jones. The Falcons improved to 8-3, and the Indians are 2-7.
• In Friday action, New London beat Grasso Tech, 6-0, with Jordan Coons, Greg Bryan, Kyle Russell, Kush Kumar and Hector Lucena winning singles matches.
• St. Bernard beat Griswold, 5-2, in a continuation of an ECC Small match from Thursday that was halted by rain. The Saints clinched the ECC Small title. Susy Kusmierski, Kenzie Gagne and Jacquie Csisar won in singles for the Saints (9-2, 7-0). Klejdja Qosja won at No. 2 singles for the Wolverines (1-10, 0-5).
• The doubles duos of Erica Cordatos-Kylee Verill and Michelle Silva-Kala Mickens posted wins in Bacon Academy's 5-2 loss to Windham in the ECC Medium. The Bobcats are 1-11, 0-7.
• Joan Li, Melinda Li, Liz Miller and Katherine Wu posted singles victories in East Lyme's 7-0 sweep of New London in the ECC Large. The Vikings are 11-0, 6-0, and the Whalers are 2-13, 0-6.
• Old Saybrook evened its record at 6-6 with a 7-0 win over Cromwell in a Shoreline Conference match Friday. Alex Steward, Myeerah Zhang, Christie DeAntonis and Daniela Palomeque won singles matches for Old Saybrook.
• Old Saybrook won five events en route to winning its own Running' Rams Invitational on Friday. The Rams finished with 112 points, easily outdistancing Frontier Regional (Mass.), which finished with 97.
Old Saybrook's wins came from Katie Beezer in the 100-meter hurdles (16.21 seconds), Cory Reid in the 800 (2:23.60), Brianna Hanley in the long jump (15 feet, 1 inch), the 4x800 relay team of Marykate Czepiel, Alexis Henry, Erin Daley and Alison Daley (10:13.05) and the 4x100 relay team of Hanley, Kiran Khosla, Jenna Hansel and Ashley Vigorita (52.57). The Rams also had a second in the 4x400 relay as Alison Daley, Erin Daley, Kholsa and Amanda Simoni finished in 4:22.38.
Allison Scott of Old Lyme won the 400 in 1:00.62.
• NFA had five first-place finishes Friday at the Lady Titan Relays, including setting a school record in the sprint medley relay. Brittany Grabill, Mia Lynne Park, Dyshelle Pemberton and Brianna Lenehan set the mark with a time of 4:02.6. Other winners included Grabill, Lauren Knerr and Brianna McClafferty in the long jump, Yana Babbitt, Kaylyn Levine and Shania Homski in the javelin, Allie Sullivan, Gabbi Wise and Katherine Gabriele in the pole vault and Grabill, Knerr, McClafferty and Park in the 4x100.
• Fitch's Eric Powers took third in the pole vault, clearing 12-6, at the Greater Hartford Invititational. Andrew Perez was fifth in the pole vault (12-6) and John Coleman finished fourth in the high hurdles (15.64).
• Old Lyme's 4x800 relay team set a meet record while Old Saybrook picked up a pair of wins to finish third in the Runnin' Rams Invitational on Friday. Jeff Davis, V.J. Marafito, Nick Walker and Patrick Wilczynski teamed up to finish in 8:07.36 for Old Lyme, shattering the old record of 8:16 set by Griswold in 2002. Old Saybrook finished with 77 points (Haddam-Kilingworth and East Hampton finished 1-2) and picked up wins from Spencer Arbige in the 800 (2:01.85) and the Nick Sumby in the pole vault (12-6).
Sumby also finished second in the 110 hurdles (16.38) while teammate Jailan Swain was second in the 100 (11.99) and Old Lyme's Walker was second in the 1,600 (4:36.33).
• The Connecticut College women's varsity four won a gold medal in the Eastern College Athletic Conference National Invitational Collegiate Regatta in Worcester, Mass. on Friday. The Camels had a time of 7:41.