Norwich - St. Bernard School earned a share of the Eastern Connecticut Conference Small Division baseball championship with an 8-6 victory over Tourtellotte on Monday night at Dodd Stadium.
The Saints, who earlier in the afternoon were beaten by Norwich Free Academy 6-4, finish the regular season 14-6 overall and finish tied for first in the Small Division with Lyman Memorial, each at 9-1.
The split completed a busy three-day stretch for St. Bernard, which swept a pair of games on Saturday, beating Killingly 6-5 and then Tourtellotte 9-0.
Izzy Davila pitched a six-hitter and hit a three-run homer for St. Bernard and Jon Malchiodi tripled against Killingly. Against Tourtellotte, Pete Aldrich allowed three hits with eight strikeouts over seven innings for the win. Sean Hurley and Malchiodi each tripled and drove in three runs.
In other games:
• Josh Vincent's RBI double drove in the go-ahead run in the fifth inning, leading New London past Stonington, 5-4. The Whalers (10-10) rallied from a 3-0 deficit in the first inning and Vincent finished with two hits and two RBI while Jason Pellum pitched six innings to earn the win and Nate Medina had two hits. The Bears fell to 11-9.
• Zach Wolfgang went 3-for-4 with two doubles and two runs scored, leading Fitch past Windham, 10-1. Shawn Nadeau had a single, double and three RBI and David Hall had two hits and two RBI while Jeremy Santerre (2-0) pitched a complete game to earn the win for the Falcons (17-3).
• Old Lyme finished its regular season with a 12-0 victory over Ledyard in a nonleague game. Billy Buscetto had two hits and scored twice for the Wildcats (15-5) while Brendan Johnson had a bases-clearing triple in the sixth and Slater Gregory doubled home two runs. The loss eliminated the Colonels (6-13) from postseason consideration.
• Casey Szuba (5-0) went the distance, allowing two hits while striking out five and walking two, in Lyman Memorial's 7-2 win over Coventry. Austin Creamer had a single and triple while Ben Gould had a single and double and Chris Gonnelli had two hits and scored two runs for the Bulldogs (14-6). In action from Saturday night, Gonnelli pitched a three-hitter in a 4-0 win over Stonington.
• Matt Scheidel doubled for Bacon Academy in a 3-0 loss to Suffield. Alex Couture and Hayden Couture each had singles for the Bobcats (8-11) who had just three hits overall.
• Wheeler managed just three hits in an 11-3 loss to East Granby. Chris Fowler and Mark Grigg both singled and scored a run for the Lions (2-15).