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High school roundup: Old Lyme girls beat Old Saybrook 9-4

Published April 04. 2013 4:00AM

Old Saybrook - Allie Buckley scored three goals and had two assists in Old Lyme High School's 9-4 win over Old Saybrook in a Shoreline Conference girls' lacrosse matchup Wednesday.

Liz Scott and Julia Strycharz each had two goals, while Brooke Tinnerello had a goal and an assist for the Wildcats.

Gabby Rose had two goals and an assist for Old Saybrook.

In other games:

• Maria Theiler scored four goals and added an assist in St. Bernard's 14-8 loss to Mercy. Anne Foley had two goals while Lydia Crawford and Shannon Amarello each had one for the Saints.

• Lili Goldberg scored six goals, leading Williams School to a 16-8 win over Wheeler. Maddy Lahm had four goals, Britta Widham had three assists and Grace Purcell made seven saves for Williams. Jess Muller scored seven goals for Wheeler.

Boys' tennis

• Waterford didn't lose a set in beating Montville 7-0. Alan Luner (6-1, 6-0), Shashwat Kala (6-3, 6-3), Matt Getty (6-1, 6-1) and Willie Dong (6-1, 6-0) won singles matches for the Lancers ,while Tucker Murphy-Brett Pias (6-0, 6-0), James Maryeski-Sean Ryan (6-1, 6-0) and Craig Zaharek-Matthew Hausman (6-0, 6-1) swept the doubles.

• Stonington swept doubles to rally past St. Bernard 4-3. The duos of Kyle Hagedorn-John Dong, Avish Patel-Savy Meach and Ryan Sealy-Eric Gimple all won in straight sets for the Bears, who also received a singles win from Alan Carroll. Nicholas Zuczek, Chris Renaud and Kevin Teskey each won in singles for the Saints.

• Ledyard beat Killingly 5-2. Zach Higgins, Brian Healy and Anuj Desai won singles matches for Ledyard.

• Josh Powell, Jon Powell, Adam Verhoeff, Appolline Jonckheere and James Burris won singles matches in Williams School's 5-2 win over Gunnery.

Girls' tennis

• Stonington won all but two of the games in the four singles matches, beating St. Bernard 7-0. Annika Burgess, Chloe Slater, Caroline Kam and Mollie Kam won singles matches for Stonington.

• East Lyme's Joan Li, Sophia Shi, Melinda Li and Julia Sokolovska were straight-set singles winners as the Vikings beat Fitch 6-1 in the Eastern Connecticut Conference Large Division. Fitch's Emma Nelson and Jingxuan Huang won at No. 1 doubles in three sets 7-6 (6), 0-6, 6-3 while Caroline Costa-Shruti Alavala and Priti Vage-Shivani Dandekar won doubles matches for East Lyme.

• Waterford swept singles play, beating Montville 6-1. Nisha Rajamohan, Lauren Rahr, Lexi Moger and Nora Sullivan won their matches for the Lancers.

Boys' golf

• Ben Reed earned medalist honors with a 44, leading Montville past Bacon Academy 5-2 in a match at Chanticlair Golf Course. Paul Hanrahan (52) won at No. 2 for the Indians.

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