Old Saybrook — Slater Gregory pitched a two-hitter as the Old Lyme High School baseball team beat rival Old Saybrook 11-0 Monday in the Shoreline Conference.
Gregory did not walk a batter and struck out nine for the Wildcats (11-6, 10-6) while Billy Buscetto had three hits and Brendan Johnson added a single and double.
Old Saybrook is 7-10.
In other games:
• Fitch batted around in the third inning, scoring five runs on six hits and going on to beat Bacon Academy 8-5, the Falcons' 14th straight victory. Shawn Nadeau, Chris Corum-Giles and Zach Wolfgang all drove in runs on hits in the third inning for Fitch (15-2). David Hall earned the save, entering the game with the bases loaded in the seventh and a 2-0 count on Bacon's No. 2 hitter and getting a foul popup to end the game. Matt Scheidel had two hits for Bacon (6-9), including a solo home run in the third inning.
• Aedin Wadja doubled twice and drove in a run in Lyman Memorial's 5-1 victory over Wheeler in the Eastern Connecticut Conference Small Division. Casey Szuba pitched six innings to get the win, allowing one run on five hits and Evan Hopkins added a triple and two RBI for Lyman (11-5, 8-1). Asa Palmer was 2-for-3 with a run scored for Wheeler (2-13, 2-7).
• Andrew Gemme pitched a two-hitter as Marianapolis defeated Williams 7-0 in a SENE tournament semifinal game in Dudley, Mass. Peter Schavoir and Andy Meagher had the hits for the Blues (2-11), while Aaron Hosking took the loss.
• Eddie Santiago carried a one-hitter in the seventh inning before giving up a two-run home run in Norwich Tech's 2-0 loss to Gilbert. Santiago allowed just three hits overall while Mike McKeon had a single and double for the Warriors (8-9).
• Duane Shea went 2-for-3 with an RBI and Marcus Guerrero doubled in Grasso Tech's 12-3 win over Windham Tech.
H.S. girls' lacrosse
• St. Bernard qualified for the state tournament with an 18-12 win over Wheeler in the ECC Small Division. Carley Phillips had seven goals while Anne Foley had four and Maria Theiler added three for the Saints (7-6, 3-4). Ashley Iorio and Amy White each had four goals for Wheeler (1-8-1, 0-6).
• Molly Beck scored four goals and Maddie Malinovsky had six saves in goal in Old Saybrook's 10-5 victory over Valley Regional. Hudson Roarick, Gabby Rose and Kori Salvietti added two goals each for Old Saybrook (6-5).
• Megan Gada and Hannah Hinsch had four goals each as Norwich Free Academy topped Woodstock Academy 15-5 in the ECC Large Division. Sam Trombley and Paige Supples added two goals each for NFA (6-7, 4-2), which led 10-3 at halftime.
H.S. boys' lacrosse
• Sean McMahon had four goals and Graham Girty added three in Old Lyme's 11-10 loss to Somers. Jimmy Fairfield-Sonn had two goals and an assist and Sam Sweitzer also scored for the Wildcats.
• George Logan shot a 40 to lead Old Lyme past Haddam-Killingworth 164-168 at Banner Country Club in Moodus. Old Lyme is 6-1-1 and in second place in the Shoreline Conference.
• Coast Guard Academy junior designated player Holli Bastinck was named to both the National Fastpitch Coaches' Association (NFCA) and the New England Softball Coaches' Association (NEISCA) first team all-region teams while senior pitcher Hayley Feindel and freshman catcher Jesse Richardson earned second team honors from both organizations.
Bastinck, who was also a first team all-conference selection, led the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference with a .452 batting average and 70 hits. She was tied for the conference lead with 10 homers, while driving in 50 runs and leading the Bears with a .697 slugging percentage. Bastinck was a NEISCA second team selection last season. By earning first team NFCA honors, she will now be placed on the All-America ballot.
Richardson, the NEWMAC Rookie of the Year and first team all-conference selection, also led the conference with a .452 batting average while scoring a single-season school record 47 runs. She had 10 doubles, three homers and 26 RBI and led the team with a .521 on base percentage. She led the Bears with a .462 batting average in the four NCAA tournament games to earn a spot on the NCAA tournament all-regional team.
Feindel, who missed 16 games with a broken finger and still led the Bears to a third straight NEWMAC tournament championship and fourth straight NCAA tournament appearance, led the conference with 21 wins and 251 strikeouts. She was 21-10 with a 1.80 ERA and nine shutouts. She also earned a spot on the NCAA tournament all-regional team.
• UConn-Avery Point had five players named to the All-New England Region 21 Division II all-star team. Honored were Mike Habzda (1B), Mike Perry (3B), Bryan Rivera (SS), Matt Martinez (OF) and Nick Fessenden (P) of Griswold.
Yuta Okazaki, the Pointers' catcher, was named Defensive Player of the Year, while Rivera, St. Bernard graduate Ryan Brahm (CF) and Martinez joined him in earning gold glove awards.
Avery Point finished the season 29-16.