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H.S. roundup: East Lyme softball team remains unbeaten

Published April 14. 2013 4:00AM

Windham - Morgan Lloyd had a double, triple, two-run homer and five RBI as unbeaten East Lyme High School defeated Windham 19-3 on Saturday in a softball game stopped after five innings due to the mercy rule.

Kaylie Crosby added three hits, including a homer, while Sarah Bond had three hits (two triples) and drove in three runs for the Vikings (4-0).

In other games:

• Winning pitcher Theresa Kane of Stonington was 2-for-3 with a double, RBI and struck out 10 in a 4-0 victory over Westerly. Christine McNeil was 2-for-3 with a triple and two RBI for the Bears (4-0).

• Tori VanCleave pitched a five-hitter to help lift Waterford to a 7-2 win over Ledyard. Talia Rickerson and VanCleave each scored twice for Waterford (3-1). Savannah Johnson was 3-for-3 for Ledyard (2-3).

• Raven Houck went 3-for-3 with a pair of doubles, two RBI and three runs scored as Wheeler defeated Lyman Memorial 10-3 in the Eastern Connecticut Conference Small Division. Kayla Collins also had three hits with two RBI for the Lions (2-3, 1-2), while winning pitcher Summer Cipriani added two triples, two RBI and two runs.

• Ali Patterson had a pair of doubles in St. Bernard's 7-3 loss to Plainfield in the ECC Small Divisioin. Corrie Meehan also doubled for the Saints (0-3, 0-2).

Boys' lacrosse

• Dan Riordan and Nick Balestracci scored three goals each as Stonington beat Old Lyme 9-4. Zach Poirier had a goal and an assist, Balestracci had two assists and Gustof Jungelius made 11 saves for Stonington (4-1). Sam Sweitzer had three goals and Henry Hunt two assists for Old Lyme (1-2).

• St. Bernard fell to Notre Dame of Fairfield 7-6 in overtime. Eric Brown had four goals and an assist and Garrett Gralton made 18 saves for St. Bernard (1-2).

• Fitch lost to RHAM 10-9. Ian Bond had six goals and two assists, Andrew Singer had two goals and two assists and Mason Cummings had two assists for Fitch (1-4).

Girls' lacrosse

• Old Lyme jumped out to an 8-4 halftime lead and went on to beat Norwich Free Academy 15-11. Sloane Sweitzer had six goals and an assist, Allie Buckley had four goals and an assist, Brooke Tinnerello scored twice, Sammi Beers had two assists and Meridith Britton made 17 saves for Old Lyme (3-1). Ellie Swanson, Maya Bell and Megan Gada scored three goals each for NFA (2-3).

• Katherine Chambers had four goals and an assist, leading Stonington to a 17-5 win over Westerly. Emily Cassata and Maya DePasquale had three goals each, Libby Morrison had two goals and three assists and Jenny Sieczkiewicz had two goals and four assists for Stonington (2-1).

• Hudson Roarick scored five goals as Old Saybrook defeated St. Bernard 11-5. Anna Foley scored three goals and Maria Theiler added two for the Saints (2-2).

Girls' tennis

• Waterford didn't drop a set en route to a 7-0 win over Windham in the ECC Medium Division. Nisha Rajamohan, Lauren Rahr, Lexi Moger and Nora Sullivan won singles matches for the Lancers (4-1, 2-1).

Girls' track

• Ledyard's Kylie Fustini won a pair of events to lead the Colonels to a fourth-place finish at the Bloomfield Invite. Fustini won the shot put (36 feet, 2 inches) and discus (109-7) as Ledyard finished with 57.5 points (Windsor won with 98).

Chenoa Sebastian (100-meter hurdles, 15.60 seconds) and the 4x800 relay team of Carly Loy, Olivia Holubecki, Jordan Houdeshell and Lauren Scahill (10:29.55) also won events for the Colonels (Sebastian tied a meet record) while Cassy Coates was second in the pole vault (7-6), Scahill was third in the 1,600 (5:16.49), Ari Fustini was fourth in the javelin (92-1) and Hanna Arnold was fifth in the pole vault (7-6).

Boys' track

• Ledyard rode runner-up finishes by Anthony Saccone (110 hurdles, 16.53), Kyle Wilson (shot, 46-10) and Brandon Chestnut (discus) to a fourth-place finish at the Bloomfield Invite. The Colonels had 46 points, while Bloomfield won the meet with 135.

Also for Ledyard, Joseph Carter was third in the 200 (22.47) and fourth in the long jump (19-8 3/4), Saccone was fourth in the triple jump (40-8), Nicholas Genova was fourth in the javelin (121-1 1/2), Alex Paterson was fifth in the 200 (23.36), Khary Childs was fifth in the high jump (5-10) and the 4x100 relay team of Carter, Saccone, Patterson and Joe Brooks was sixth (45.13).

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