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Waterford - Carley Phillips scored six goals, including the 100th of her career, as St. Bernard School played the role of spoiler and beat Waterford 13-10 in an Eastern Connecticut Conference Small Division girls' lacrosse game on Monday.
The loss cost the Lancers (7-7, 5-3) a chance at sharing the division championship with Ledyard, which completed its conference schedule at 6-2 to win the title outright.
Ledyard lost a wild nonleague game at Somers on Monday, 18-17, despite eight goals by Michaela Holland and four goals and two assists by Kerrie Gardner.
Phillips began the day with 99 goals and now has 105 for the Saints (9-6, 4-4).
In other games:
• Wheeler closed out the regular season with a 14-9 win over Westerly. Goalie Kristen Johnston made 15 saves and Ashley Iorio had five goals and Amy White added four for the Lions (2-10-1). Kelsey Demara and Lindsey Porter each had two goals and Jess Muller added one.
• Fiona Barrett scored the game-winning goal in overtime, lifting Old Lyme past Fitch, 13-12. Barrett finished with two goals and Allie Buckley had four goals and three assists while Rebecca Gagne had three goals and one assist and Liz Scott had two goals for the Wildcats (9-5). Brooke Staartz had three goals while Kelsey Armstrong, Liz Nolan, Maria Tompkins and Jackie Kokomoor each had two for the Falcons (9-6).
• Maya DePasquale scored five goals and Libby Morrison added three goals and four assists in Stonington's 19-12 win over Norwich Free Academy. Jenny Sieczkiewicz had three goals while Kat Murphy had two goals and one assist and goalie Hailey Hamilton made 10 saves for the Bears (12-4). Hanna Long, Megan Gada and Paige Supples each had three goals for the Wildcats (6-10).
• Sean McMahon had five goals and three assists to lead Old Lyme past North Kingstown (R.I.), 12-7. Graham Girty had three goals while Jimmy Fairfield-Sonn had two goals and an assist and Sam Sweitzer had one goal and four assists for the Wildcats (12-3).
• Adam Opsahl had four goals and Mitchell Andres had three goals and two assists to power East Lyme past Conard of West Hartford, 12-10. Chad Berry and Nick Geary each had two goals while Mac Brodaski had four assists and Liam Williams had four assists and won 16 of 22 faceoffs for the Vikings (13-3).