Waterford — Mady LeBeau scored the game-winning goal on an assist from Julie Chabot with 4 minutes, 30 seconds remaining as Waterford High School edged Ledyard on Tuesday night, 13-12, in an Eastern Connecticut Conference Small Division girls' lacrosse game.
Chabot had three goals and three assists for the Lancers (3-2, 1-2) and McKenzie Potter scored three times. Amanda Kumpitsch added three assists.
Kerrie Gardner had five goals and an assist for the Colonels (1-4, 1-1) and Michaela Holland had four goals.
In other games:
• Maya Depasquale had six goals and Libby Morrison had three goals as Stonington beat St. Bernard, 19-12, in the ECC Small.
Lexi Bucko had 11 saves for Stonington (3-1, 2-0). Ann Foley had seven goals and an assist for the Saints (2-3, 2-1) and Lydia Crawford and Monica Muriel both scored twice.
• Kiki Ryan had three goals and four assists as East Lyme shut out Woodstock Academy, 18-0, in the ECC Large.
Caroline Regan had two goals and two assists for the Vikings (2-2, 2-0) and Caroline Gonsalves and Caeleigh Jennings both scored twice.
• Jack Riordan had three goals and four assists to lead Stonington to a 15-1 win over St. Bernard in the ECC Small.
Zach Poirier had six assists for the Bears (5-1, 2-0) and Nick Balestracci added five goals. Also, Will Iorio had three goals and an assist.
Eric Brown scored for the Saints (1-3, 1-2) and Garrett Gralton had 23 saves.
• Kevin Kohlhepp scored four goals and had three assists as Ledyard defeated Waterford, 13-1, in the ECC Small Division.
Connor Wilt had three goals for the Colonels (4-1, 2-0). Ryan Brouwer scored for Waterford (4-2, 1-2).
• Ian Bond scored seven goals and added an assist in Fitch's 13-10 win over Norwich Free Academy in the ECC Large.
Jake Moriarity had two goals while Tim Drake added one goal and one assist for the Falcons (2-4, 1-1). Steven Makowicki had four goals and Joey Mitchell added three for the Wildcats (1-3, 1-2).
• Old Lyme rallied for five goals in the fourth period and defeated Newington, 10-9. Eric Behringer scored five goals for the Wildcats who entered the final period trailing 8-5. Jake St. Germain and Sam Sweitzer had two goals apiece for Old Lyme.