Groton — The Fitch High School baseball team won its sixth straight game Tuesday with a 7-2 victory over Norwich Free Academy in the Eastern Connecticut Conference Large Division.
Chris Corum-Giles had two hits, three runs scored and three stolen bases and Aaron Hill and winning pitcher Al Jordan Johnson had two RBI apiece. Jordan Johnson struck out nine and allowed seven hits. The Falcons are 7-2, 2-1. Joey Paparelli and Eric Laporte had two hits apiece for NFA (4-5, 1-2).
In other games:
• East Lyme broke the game open with six runs in the fourth inning on the way to a 10-0 win over New London in the ECC Large Division. Pete Gonski earned the win, allowing six hits while striking out six and walking two, while Matt Binaco had two doubles and two RBI and Eddie Lorah added two hits and scored two runs for the Vikings (7-2, 2-1). Reynaldo Sierra had two hits and Gabriel Diaz doubled for New London (4-3, 1-2).
• Jacob Bushell had a double and RBI in Grasso Tech's 14-2 loss to Cheney Tech in the Constitution State Conference. The Eagles are 1-7, 1-6.
• Mena Buscetto's two-run double handed St. Bernard a 4-0 lead in the third inning and the Saints went on to beat Woodstock 8-4. Buscetto finished 4-for-4 with two doubles and four RBI while Rivkah Berkman (6-2) earned the win, striking out 10 and not issuing a walk while allowing just one earned run. Amy Bouchard had two hits, two runs scored and two RBI for the Saints (6-3).
• Emily Vigue pitched a four-hitter, striking out 12 and walking two, in Lyman Memorial's 13-5 win over New London. Haley McCall had two hits and three RBI while Rachel Hyburg and Chelsea Hussey each had two hits and two RBI for the Bulldogs (5-2). Eiyona Gonzalez had a triple and three RBI and Samantha Overton had a single and RBI while Aisha Correa and Bryanna Parkes each had a hit for New London (3-4).
• Bridget Holte went 3-for-5 with three RBI, four stolen bases and two runs scored in Holy Family's 18-9 win over Parish Hill in the CSC. Sarah Majewski had four hits and three RBI while Micala Smith had three hits and an RBI and Shelby Grauer earned the win, striking out 10, and also added a double for Holy Family (6-2, 5-2).
• Three players shot 41 to share medalist honors during Griswold's 5.5-1.5 victory over Killingly at River Ridge Golf Course. Griswold's Joseph Bariloe and Killingly's Jeff Clang halved their match with 41s while Sean Shepard shot 41 to win his No. 2 match for the Wolverines (3-0), who also picked up wins from Andrew Berardi (45) and Nick Lagace (47).
• Ben Reed shot a 43 to earn medalist honors as Montville beat Bacon Academy 5-2 at Norwich Golf Course. Torin Radicioni and Paul Hanrahan also won matches for the Indians (2-2) while Rhys Chalmers and Jarred Guerra won for Bacon (2-3).
• Steve Robarge shot a 39 at Connecticut National GC in Putnam, but Grasso Tech lost to Putnam 168-187. Trevor Hutchinson added a 46 for the Eagles.
• Matt Siritrachulelai, Zach Goodman and Jonosuke Huysman won their matches for St. Thomas More in a 3.5-3.5 tie with Williams School at Norwich Golf Course. Tara Weinstein, Molly Huysman and Noah Jenkins won for the Blues.
H.S. girls' lacrosse
• Maria Theiler had five goals and two assists and Carly Phillips four goals for St. Bernard, which came from behind in the final seven-plus minutes to beat Wheeler 14-12 in the ECC Small Division. Wheeler (0-4-1, 0-3) led 11-10 with 7:50 remaining. Ashley Iorio led Wheeler with five goals and two assists, Amy White added four goals and Kristen Johnson made 11 saves in goal. Emma Theiler finished with two goals and two assists for St. Bernard (4-3, 2-2) and Emily Savino made 11 saves.
H.S. boys' lacrosse
• Hyde of Woodstock built an 8-2 halftime lead and handed Williams its first loss, 13-5. Wes Duncan had two goals and an assist for the Blues (6-1) while Sam Miller scored twice and Jack Fader had two assists.
• Eric Behringer and Jim Fairfield-Sonn each scored three goals in Old Lyme's 9-6 win over Southington. James Barri, Dan Mayne and Sam Sweitzer each had a goal and Fairfield-Sonn added an assist while goalie Seth Rohrberg had 12 saves for the Wildcats.
• East Lyme had its four-game winning streak snapped Saturday, losing to Glastonbury 12-6. Chad Berry and Andrew Bernard had a goal and an assist each, Mac Brodaski had two assists and Greg Swenson made 14 saves for East Lyme (4-2).
• Cheshire Academy took an 8-1 lead after one quarter and went on to beat St. Thomas More 15-8 Saturday. Oleg Doyle had three goals and Jack Stephenson scored twice for T-More (2-1).
• Sophomore Josh Fischer won at No. 2 singles for Coast Guard's only point in an 8-1 loss to MIT, which clinched the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference regular season championship. The Bears are 10-5, 3-1.