East Lyme - Austin Toback went 3-for-3 and drove in two runs to help lift Niantic to a 6-4 win over Norwich in a Zone VI American Legion baseball game Tuesday night.
Anthony Carambot (1-2) pitched a four-hitter for the win, Mike Mann drove in three runs and Bill Buscetto was 2-for-3 with a RBI for Niantic. Jake Provost doubled and drove in a run for Norwich.
Tigers fall to Lake Monsters
• The Connecticut Tigers managed three runs on seven hits in a 4-3 loss to the Vermont Lake Monsters before 1,304 fans at Dodd Stadium.
The Tigers (5-11) scored a run in the first inning when Tyler Hanover doubled and scored on Danry Vasquez's single.
But the Lake Monsters (9-7) scored the next three runs. Chad Lewis had a solo home run in the fourth to give Vermont the lead for good, 2-1.
Vasquez scored Connecticut's final two runs. In the seventh inning. he doubled and eventually scored on a wild pitch. Benett Pickar's single drove in Vasquez in the ninth.
Schooners get swept
• The Newport Gulls swept a doubleheader from the Mystic Schooners in the New England Collegiate Baseball League, losing the first game 2-1 and the second game 12-0. Andrew Santomauro was 3-for-3 with a double in the first game and Matt O'Herron had two hits in the second game for the Schooners (2-17).
Junior Legion Zone VI
• Brenden Gayowski pitched an eight-hitter to lead Ledyard-Pawcatuck to an 11-3 win over Jewett City. Gayowski struck out six with two walks. Nate Williams had three hits and Kavan Jakuba and Damon Bickham each singled and doubled for Ledyard-Pawcatuck. Jordan Adams had a double for Jewett City.
• Stan Kesilewski struck out seven in 4 1-3 innings to earn the victory as Montville beat Willimantic 12-2. Marc McGrath Jr. went 4-for-4 and scored three times, Rohan Parehk drove in three runs and Kesilewski had two hits and scored twice for Montville (12-4).
• Old Lyme's Matti Fuller was the top local finisher at the Junior Connecticut PGA Championship, tying for 11th place with a two-round total of 156 at Country Club of Waterbury.
Fuller shot a 79 in Tuesday's second round. Billy Walthouse of Longmeadow, Mass., was the champion with a 5-over 145.
Nick Hedden of Waterford tied for 13th with a 157 (75-82) while Francis Shields of East Lyme tied for 40th with a 166 (80-86) and Sean Shepard of Griswold tied for 48th with a 168 (86-82).
Matthew Cummins of Old Saybrook tied for 54th with a 169 (82-87).