Stonington - Mike Reyes has resigned after six seasons as boys' basketball coach at Stonington High School.
Reyes and his wife Allison welcomed their second child in May, and Reyes said Tuesday it was in his best interest to step away at this time to devote more time to his family.
"When you look at the amount of time you put into it during the season - at least to do things the right way - it takes away from my family, which isn't right," Reyes said. "And it's the offseason, too, with summer leagues and fall leagues ... it all adds up."
Reyes led the Bears to the Eastern Connecticut Conference Medium Division title and to the state semifinals in 2008. He also led the Bears to the ECC tournament championship game in 2011.
• Blaise Lezynski hit a solo home run in Mystic's 7-3 loss to New Bedford in the New England Collegiate Baseball League. Connor David had two hits and scored a run in the third on Jeramy Matos' two-out single. The Schooners (3-22) never led, trailing 5-0 after two innings. Greg Porter of Mystic pitched two scoreless innings in relief. New Bedford is 17-11.
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• New London scored seven runs in the bottom of the third inning to rout Danielson 9-0 in the completion of a suspended game that was scoreless after two innings. The inning included a two-run double by Aaron Hill, a two-run single by Gabriel Diaz and RBI singles by Drew Doyle and Shawn Nadeau.
Doyle finished with three hits for New London (21-6), including a solo home in the sixth inning, while Zach Wolfgang and Matt Green each had two hits and score a run. Al Jordan Johnson (5-0) pitched all seven innings when the game was resumed and allowed only five hits without walking a batter and striking out four.
• Brendon Johnson went 4-for-4, scored three runs and drove in two more to lead Niantic past Jewett city 10-3. Ed Lorah also went 4-for-4 and scored twice for Niantic while Hunter Waido had two hits and two RBI and Austin Toback was 2-for-2 with an RBI. Mark Drabinski and Tyler Gregory each had two hits and an RBI for Jewett City.
• Niantic scored five runs in the fourth inning to beat Jewett City, 8-5. Ben Keating had a single, double and two RBI while Ryan Nickerson had two singles and Logan Banker was the winning pitcher for Niantic (8-9). Jordan Adams and Trent Appleton each had two singles for Jewett City (5-10).
• Brandon Deveny went 2-2 with two walks and a run scored as Norwich beat Moosup 7-5. Steve Sieczkowski was the winning pitcher for Norwich (8-7).
• Curtis Griswold pitched a complete game and the ACD Rangers scored three runs in the first to defeat the Pirates 3-1 on Monday night at Washington Parlk. Tyler Wild and Dan Iliff had two hits apice for the Rangers (2-8) while Adam Regnere doubled for the Pirates (6-6).
• Senior James Flaherty of Old Lyme was one of 15 Western Connecticut State University student-athletes selected to the 2012 Little East spring all-academic team.
A secondary education/history major, Flaherty was a member of the men's lacrosse team.